Psychologists' Desk Reference by Gerald P. KoocherPsychologists' Desk Reference by Gerald P. Koocher

Psychologists' Desk Reference

EditorGerald P. Koocher, John C. Norcross, Beverly A. Greene

Hardcover | August 7, 2013

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Fully revised and expanded, this third edition of the Psychologists' Desk Reference includes several new chapters on emerging topics in psychology and incoporates updates from top clinicians and program directors in the field. This classic companion for mental health practioners presents aneven larger variety of information required in daily practice in one easy-to-use resource. Covering the entire spectrum of practice issues-from diagnostic codes, practice guidelines, treatment principles, and report checklists, to insight and advice from today's most respected clinicians-thispeerless reference gives fingertip access to the whole range of current knowledge. Intended for use by all mental health professionals, the Desk Reference covers assessment and diagnosis, testing and psychometrics, treatment and psychotherapy, biology and pharmacotherapy, self-help resources, ethical and legal issues, forensic practice, financial and insurance matters, andprevention and cosultation. Chapters have been clearly written by master clinicians and include easy-to-read checklists and tables as well as helpful advice. Filled with information psychologists use everyday, the Psychologists' Desk Reference, Third Edition, will be the most important and widelyused volume in the library of psychologists, social workers, and counselors everywhere.
Gerald P. Koocher is Associate Provost and Professor of Psychology at Simmons College; John C. Norcross is Professor of Psychology and Distinguished University Fellow at the University of Scranton; Beverly A. Greene is Professor of Psychology at St. John's University, New York.
Title:Psychologists' Desk ReferenceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:820 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:August 7, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199845492

ISBN - 13:9780199845491


Table of Contents

Part I: Assessment and Diagnosis1. Christie P. Karpiak and Brian A. Zaboski: Lifetime Prevalence of Mental Disorders in the General Population2. Robert W. Baker and Paula T. Trzepacz: Conducting a Mental Status Examination3. Rhonda S. Karg, Arthur N. Wiens, and Ryan W. Blazei: Improving Diagnostic and Clinical Interviewing4. David Faust: Increasing the Accuracy of Clinical Judgment5. Kenneth S. Pope and Melba J. T. Vasquez: Assessing Suicidal Risk6. Richard Rogers and Nathan D. Gillard: Assessment of Malingering on Psychological Measures7. Linda Carter Sobell, Mark B. Sobell, and Sean M. Robinson: Identifying and Assessing Alcohol, Drug, and Tobacco Use Disorders8. Carolyn S. Schroeder and Eve-Lynn Nelson: Interviewing Children's Caregivers9. Nhung T. Tran and James L. Lukefahr: Evaluating the Medical Components of Childhood Developmental and Behavioral Disorders10. Ronn Johnson: Using the DSM-5 and ICD-11 in Forensic and Clinical Applications with Children Across Racial and Ethnic Lines11. Tayyab Rashid: Assessing Strengths in Clinical Practice12. Elise Caccappolo: Evaluating Dementia13. Michael C. Roberts and Spencer C. Evans: Using the International Classification of Diseases System (ICD-10)14. Judith C. White: Taking a Client's Sexual History15. David Medoff and Sarah J. Sternlieb: Screening for Sexual Offender Risk16. Whitney L. Gore and Thomas A. Widiger: Assessing Personality DisordersPart II: Psychological Testing17. Aaron P. Nelson and Margaret O'Connor: Adult Neuropsychological Assessment18. Jane Holmes Bernstein, Betsy Kammerer, and Celiane Rey-Casserly: Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment19. Robert M. Roth, Peter K. Isquith, and Gerard A. Gioia: Assessment and Intervention for Executive Dysfunction20. Gerard A. Gioia: Assessing and Managing Concussion21. James N. Butcher: Assessing MMPI-2 Profile Validity22. John R. Graham: Interpreting Clinical Scale Scores on the MMPI-223. Roger L. Greene and Lacey M. Sommers: Interpreting Supplementary Scales of the MMPI-224. Yossef S. Ben-Porath: Understanding and Using the MMPI-2-RF25. Seth Grossman and Theodore Millon: Interpreting the Family of Millon Clinical Inventories26. Thomas P. Hogan: Interpreting Test Scores and Their Percentile Equivalents27. Thomas P. Hogan: Locating Information about Psychological Tests and Measures28. Irving B. Weiner: Applying Rorschach Assessment29. Gerald P. Koocher and Celiane Rey-Casserly: Assessing the Quality of a Psychological Testing ReportPart III: Individual Adult Treatment30. Michael J. Lambert: Compendium of Psychotherapy Treatment Manuals31. Dianne L. Chambless and E. David Klonsky: Compendium of Empirically Supported Treatments32. John C. Norcross and Bruce E. Wampold: Compendium of Treatment Adaptations33. John C. Norcross and Michael J. Lambert: Compendium of Evidence-Based Therapy Relationships34. James O. Prochaska, John C. Norcross, and Carlo C. DiClemente: Applying the Stages of Change35. M. Robin DiMatteo: Enhancing Patient Adherence to Treatment36. Bruce Bongar and Glenn R. Sullivan: Treating and Managing Care of the Suicidal Patient37. Kenneth France: Intervening with Clients in Crisis38. Kenneth N. Levy: Treating Borderline Personality Disorder39. Stanley L. Brodsky and Caroline Titcomb: Treating Reluctant and Involuntary Clients40. Theresa B. Moyers and Daniel J. Fischer: Conducting Motivational Interviewing41. Robert J. Resnick: Assessing and Treating ADHD42. Raymond DiGiuseppe: Assessment and Treatment of Anger as a Clinical Problem43. Leonard R. Derogatis and Lori A. Brotto: Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment of Female Sexual Dysfunctions44. Leonard R. Derogatis and Lori A. Brotto: Diagnosis, Assessment and Treatment of Male Sexual Dysfunctions45. Michael P. Carey and Peter A. Vanable: Working with Patients at Risk for HIV and other STDs46. Laura S. Brown: Treating Women in Psychotherapy47. Kristin A. Hancock: Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients48. Brian D. Carpenter and Bob G. Knight: Practicing Psychotherapy with Older Adults49. Kenneth S. Pope: Managing Sexual Feelings for Patients in Psychotherapy50. Michael A. Tompkins: Improving Completion of Therapeutic Homework51. Michael J. Lambert and Kara Cattani: Conducting Evaluations of Client Outcomes and Satisfactions52. Jeremy D. Safran and Catherine Boutwell: Repairing Ruptures in the Therapeutic Alliance53. Clifton W. Mitchell: Reducing Resistance in Psychotherapy54. Richard R. Bootzin: Implementing Stimulus Control Therapy for Insomnia55. Oren Shefet and Rebecca Coleman Curtis: Terminating Psychotherapy56. Douglas Flemons: Using Hypnosis to Invite Relaxation57. P. Scott Richards: Working with the Religiously Committed Client58. Kathleen B. Kortte: Practicing Psychotherapy with Adults who have Cognitive Impairments59. Larry B. Feldman: Selecting a Treatment Format60. Laura S. Brown: Treating the Effects of Psychological Trauma61. Kenneth S. Pope: Working with Patients Who Have Been Sexually Abused by Previous Therapists and Clergy62. Priscilla Dass-Brailsford: Counseling People Living with HIV63. Elizabeth Brondolo: Treating Bipolar Spectrum Disorders64. Guillermo Bernal and Melanie M. Domenech Rodr!guez: Tailoring Treatment to the Patient's Race and Ethnicity65. Rochelle Balter: Considerations in Treating People with Disabilities66. Andrew Tatarsky: Practicing Harm Reduction67. Glenda M. Russell and Christopher G. Hawkey: Therapy with Victims of Hate Crimes68. E. David Klonsky: Assessing and Treating Non-Suicidal Self-Injury69. Rafael Javier and Lillian Comas-Diaz: When English is Not the First Language: Psychotherapeutic Considerations70. Linda R. Mona and Kimberly Smith: Understanding Sexuality in the Context of Disability71. Carol D. Goodheart and Korey K. Hood: Helping Patients Cope with Chronic Medical Illness72. Lauren A. Maggio and Marilyn L. Tinsley: Locating the Best Research Evidence for Evidence-Based Practice73. Katie Witkiewitz: Preventing RelapsePart IV: Couples, Family, and Group Treatment74. Victor J. Yalom: Recruiting, Selecting, and Preparing Patients for Interpersonal Group Psychotherapy75. Melanie M. Nelson and Sheila M. Eyberg: Conducting Parent Management Training76. Jay L. Lebow: Conducting Couple and Family Therapy77. Susan Heitler: Treating High-Conflict Couples78. Don-David Lusterman: Treatment of Partner Infidelity79. Gary M. Burlingame and Sean Woodland: Conducting Psychoeducational Groups80. Sueli S. Petry and Monica McGoldrick: Using Genograms in Assessment and Therapy81. Susan M. Swearer: Treating Bullying Behaviors among Youth82. Patrick C. Friman: Enuresis and Encopresis83. Marjan Ghahramanlou-Holloway and Jennifer L. Bakalar: Treating Veterans and Military Families84. James A. Mulick and Courtney E. Rice: Assessing and Treating Autism Spectrum DisordersPart V: Child and Adolescent Treatment85. Sheila M. Eyberg: Principles of Treatment the Behaviorally Disordered Child86. Lauren Mednick: Helping Children Cope with Chronic Medical Illness87. Alice K. Rubenstein: Engaging the Reluctant Adolescent88. Karen J. Saywitz and Joyce S. Dorado: Interviewing Children About Sexual Abuse89. Kathryn Kuehnle and Mary Connell: Treatment of Child Sexual AbusePart VI: Biology and Pharmacotherapy90. Christine Blasey, Joseph K. Belanoff, Charles DeBattista, and Alan F. Schatzberg: Adult Psychopharmacology91. Elaine Orabona Foster and Ruth Roa-Navarrete: Understanding Side Effects and Warnings in Psychopharmacology92. Colleen A. Ryan and Michael L. Trieu: Pediatric Psychopharmacology93. Christopher J. Correia and James G. Murphy: Common Drugs of Abuse and Their Effects94. Paula J. Biedenharn and Brian A. Kiernan: Herbal Treatments for Psychological Disorders95. William J. Reed: Medical Conditions that May Present as Psychological Disorders96. Gerald P. Koocher: Normal Medical Laboratory Values and Measurement Conversions97. Nancie H. Herbold and Sari Edelstein: Use of Height and Weight Assessment Tools98. Sari Edelstein and Nancie H. Herbold: Dietary Supplements and Psychological FunctioningPart VII: Self-Help Resources99. John C. Norcross and Linda F. Campbell: Recommended Self-Help Books, Autobiographies, and Films100. Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.: Recommended Homework during Psychotherapy with Couples and Individuals101. John M. Grohol: Recommended Self-Help Internet Resources for Patients102. Luciano L'Abate: Recommended Online Computer-Assisted TreatmentsPart VIII: Ethical and Legal Issues103. American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles104. Gerald P. Koocher and Patricia Keith-Spiegel: Dealing with Licensing Board and Ethics Complaints105. Robert Henley Woody: Defending Against Legal (Malpractice and Licensing) Complaints106. Jeffrey N. Younggren: Minimizing Your Legal Liability Risk Following Adverse Events or Patient Threats107. Lindsay Childress-Beatty and Gerald P. Koocher: Dealing with Subpoenas108. Patricia Keith-Spiegel: How to Confront an Unethical Colleague109. Gary R. Schoener: Recognizing, Assisting, and Reporting the Impaired Psychologist110. Linda Wilmshurst: Understanding Special Education LawPart IX: Forensic Practice111. Stuart A. Anfang and Paul S. Appelbaum: Understanding Involuntary Psychiatric Hospitalization: Adults and Children112. Thomas Graf: Applying Standards for Use of Physical Restraint and Seclusion113. Gerald P. Koocher: Understanding Legal Terms of Special Interest in Mental Health Practice114. James L. Werth, Jr. and Jennifer Stroup: Applying the Duty to Protect and Warn115. Stanley L. Brodsky and Tess M.S. Neal: Preparing and Giving Expert Testimony116. Carla A. Lourenco: Evaluation of Competence to Stand Trial117. Robin M. Deutsch: Conducting a Child Custody Evaluation118. Leon VandeCreek: Assessing and Responding to Aggressive and Threatening ClientsPart X: Financial and Insurance Matters119. Jeffrey E. Barnett and Allison J. Shale: Handling Money Matters and Gifts in Psychological Practice120. Bruce E. Bennett: Essential Features of Professional Liability Insurance121. Gerald P. Koocher: Managing Your Managed Care Contracts122. Kavita J. Shah and John C. Norcross: Setting Fees for Psychological Services123. Navigating Adverse Managed Care Decisions: Navigating Adverse Managed Care DecisionsPart XI: Practice Management124. Steven Walfish and Jeffrey Zimmerman: Making Good Referrals125. Gerald P. Koocher: Prototype Mental Health Records126. Kenneth S. Pope: Fulfilling Informed Consent Responsibilities127. Edward Zuckerman: Elements of Authorization Forms to Release or Request Client's Records128. Alan C. Nessman: Understanding Fundamentals of the HIPAA Privacy Rule129. John C. Norcross and Brian A. Zaboski: Common Clinical Abbreviations and Symbols130. Stephen A. Ragusea: Creating a Professional Living Will for Psychologists131. William F. Chaplin and Niketa Kumar: Understanding Statistics in the Research Literature132. Robert Henley Woody: Selecting and Relying on an Attorney133. Eve-Lynn Nelson and Teresa A. Lillis: Managing Real-time Telepsychology Practice134. Marlene M. Maheu, Joseph McMenamin, and Myron L. Pulier: Optimizing the Use of Technology in Psychology with Best Practice Principles135. Jeffrey E. Barnett and Keely Kolmes: Practicing in the Era of Social Media136. Marlene M. Maheu, Myron L. Pulier, and Sylvain Roy: Finding, Evaluating and Using Smartphone ApplicationsPart XII: Prevention, Consultation, and Supervision137. Eric M. Vernberg and Erin P. Hambrick: Helping People Cope with Disasters138. Len Sperry: Establishing a Consultation Agreement139. Lilli Friedland and Florence Kaslow: Interacting with the Media140. Nicholas Ladany: Conducting Effective Clinical Supervision141. Carol A. Falender and Edward P. Shafranske: Responsibilities and Liabilities in Supervision142. John C. Linton: Cultivating Relationships and Coordinating Care with Other Health Professionals143. James L. Werth, Jr. and Erica Whiting: Consulting on End-of-Life Decisions144. John C. Norcross and James D. Guy, Jr.: Psychotherapist Self-Care Checklist145. Sha'Kema M. Blackmon and Elizabeth M. Vera: Conducting Evidence-based Prevention