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Unique in combining an introduction to the subject with comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in research and practice, this textbook provides excellent breadth and depth of coverage for practicing and trainee clinical psychologists, and students of clinical psychology.
NEW Treating the Trauma Survivor is a practical guide to assist mental health, health care, and social service providers in providing trauma-informed care. This resource provides essential information in order to understand the impacts of trauma by summarizing key literature in an easily accessible and user-friendly format.
In Treating Complex Trauma, renowned clinicians Mary Jo Barrett and Linda Stone Fish present the Collaborative Change Model (CCM), a clinically evaluated model that facilitates client and practitioner collaboration and provides invaluable tools for clients struggling with the impact and effects of complex trauma.
Dr. Robert Scaer, author of The Body Bears the Burden, is the Routledge Mental Health Author of the Month for July. Dr.Scaer has practiced neurology and rehabilitation for 36 years. His three books address the intimate relationship between life trauma and chronic disease, the ubiquitous association of modern society with intrinsic sources of trauma, and the role of somatic techniques for healing trauma.
Routledge and Psychology Press is proud to support World Suicide Prevention Month
In Honor of September 10 as World Suicide Prevention Day and September as Suicide Prevention Month we have put together a selection of webinars, journal articles that you can download FREE, and a selection of some of our most relevant books.
"Colin Murray Parkes is the undisputed father-figure in the field of bereavement. His contributions to research and care are simply magnificent. This selection of his papers gives a sense of the breadth of his contribution to both the scientific knowledge base and clinical practice across many decades. It makes his work more easily accessible, ensuring that future generations also appreciate his remarkable career and the far-reaching scope of his work." - Margaret Stroebe, Professor of Bereavement and Loss at Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Build your mental health library collection with the Psychology and Mental Health Research and Reference online catalog, featuring new and recent handbooks, monographs, special issues as books, multi-volume sets including Library Editions and Major Works, and Revivals.
Routledge author Raymond Monsour Scurfield has won a lifetime achievement award from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for his "extraordinary contributions to the profession and society" and for his work and research on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We congratulate Dr.Scurfield on this great honor!
For more information on the NASW National Achievement Awards, click here.
In this interview on MindScience TV, psychotherapist Bruce Ecker, LMFT, co-author of "Unlocking the Emotional Brain," explains what memory reconsolidation is and how it enables therapy to eliminate symptoms at their roots by actually erasing unwanted, ingrained emotional learning.
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Get 20% off* Lisa Ferentz's new books by using the code IRK71 on checkout!
"Self-destructive behaviors of all kinds can confuse even the therapists involved with such clients, bringing out the desire to force them to stop. Fortunately, Lisa Ferentz’s original book helped reverse that trend, and this well-written and well-researched second edition goes even further in providing a non-pathologized and empowering understanding approach to these behaviors." —Richard Schwartz, PhD, faculty member at Harvard Medical School.
It's important for practitioners to remember that when clients hate themselves, it resonates to hurt themselves. Self-harming behaviors evoke tremendous shame, which fuels self-hatred and perpetuates the cycle. Working with clients to approach their self-harm with compassion, helping them understand why they do what they do, and then offering them other ways to communicate, self-regulate, and cope, are the major cornerstones of treatment." - Lisa Ferentz, author of Treating Self-Destructive Behaviors in Trauma Survivors
In support of Self-Harm Awareness Month and the many professionals working with clients to self-harm, Routledge is proud to offer a 20% discount on all orders placed on our websites. Use code SHA14 to redeem and get free shipping on orders over $35.
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