A Guide to Treatments That Work

A Guide to Treatments That Work

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This reference provides the results of a high-level task force created by the American Psychological Association - the largest professional society for psychologists in the United States - for the purpose of assessing the efficacy of therapeutic interventions for each of the major clinical disorders. The volume brings together all the outcome data and clinical trials, describing what works, what doesn't and what is not known. Among the disorders discussed are depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, substance abuse, and many more. As a reference work which integrates information from both clinical psychology and psychiatry, this work is intended as a desk reference for all practitioners.show more

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  • Hardback | 624 pages
  • 187.96 x 248.92 x 55.88mm | 1,360.77g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • 4 line drawings, bibliography
  • 0195102274
  • 9780195102277

Table of contents

Peter E. Nathan and Jack M. Gorman, treatments that work - and what convinces us they do; Stephen P. Hinshaw, Rachel G. Klein, and Howard Abikoff, childhood attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder - nonpharmacological and combination; Laurence L. Greenhill, childhood attention-deficit hyperactivity disorders - pharmacological treatments; Alan E. Kazdin, psychosocial treatments for conduct disorders in children; Larry Tune, dementia; Charles P. O'Brien and James McKay, psychopharmacological treatments of substance use disorders; John W. Finney and Rudolph H. Moos, psychological treatments for alcohol use disorders; Brian B. Sheitman, Bruce J. Kinon, Beth A. Ridgway, and Jeffrey A. Lieberman, pharmacological treatments for schizophrenia; Alex Kopelwicz and Robert Paul Liberman, psychosocial treatments for schizophrenia; Charles B. Nemeroff and Alan F. Schatzberg, pharmacological treatment of unipolar depression; W. Edward Craighead, Linda Wilcoxon Craighead, and Stephen S. Ilardi, psychosocial treatments for major depressive disorder; W. Edward Craighead, David J. Miklowitz, and Fiona C. Vajk, psychosocial treatments for bipolar disorder; Paul E. Keck, Jr. and Susan L. McElroy, pharmacological treatment of bipolar disorders; George Niederehe and Lon S. Schneider, treatments for depression and anxiety in the aged; David H. Barlowe, Jeanne Lawton Esler, and Amy E. Vitali, psychosocial treatments for panic disorders, phobias, and generalized anxiety disorder; Peter P. Roy-Byrne and Deborah S. Cowley, pharmacological treatment of panic, generalized anxiety, and phobic disorder; Martin E. Franklin, cognitive-behavioural treatments for obsessive compulsive disorder; Scott L. Rauch and Michael A. Jenike, treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder; Rachel Yehuda, Randall Marshall, and Earl L. Giller Jr, psychopharmacological treatment of PTSD; Terence M. Keane, psychological and behavioural treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder; Gregory E. Simon, management of somatoform and factitious disorders; Jose R. Maldonado, Lisa D. Butler, and David Spiegel, treatments for dissociative disorders; R. Taylor Segraves and Stan Althof, psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy of sexual dysfunctions; Barry M. Maletzky, the paraphilias - research and treatment; G. Terence Wilson and Christopher G. Fairburn, treatments for eating disorders; Peter D. Nowell, Daniel J. Buysse, Charles N. Morin, Charles F. Reynolds, and David J. Kupfer, effective treatments for selected DSM-IV sleep disorders; Paul Crits-Christoph, psychosocial treatments for personality disorders; Ann Marie Woo-Ming and Larry J. Siever, psychopharmacological treatment of personality disorders; Martin E.P. Seligman, afterword - a plea.show more

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