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Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy, Volume 4, Integrative / Eclectic

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Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy, Volume 4, Integrative / Eclectic

Florence W. Kaslow (Editor), Jay L. Lebow (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-38627-8 April 2002 624 Pages

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Now available in paperback. This important volume illustrates the many ways in which different theoretical models are integrated to better serve clients. Contributors to this volume provide state-of-the-art coverage of what is currently being done, and in what direction future conceptualization, research, and practice are likely to proceed in Integrative/Eclectic therapy.
Foreword (M. Goldfried).

Preface (F. Kaslow).

Chapter 1. Integrative and Eclectic Therapies at the Beginningof the Twenty-First Century (Jay Lebow).

SECTION ONE: CHILD-FOCUSED PSYCHOTHERAPY.

Chapter 2. Systemic Approach to the Treatment of Child SexualAbuse (Mary-Jo Barrett and Terry S. Trepper).

Chapter 3. A Biopsychosocial Treatment Approach for DepressedChildren and Adolescents (Nadine J. Kaslow, Monica L. Baskin andSarah C. Wyckoff).

Chapter 4. A Biopsychosocial Approach to Child Health (BeatriceL. Wood and Bruce D. Miller).

SECTION TWO: ADOLESCENT-FOCUSED PSYCHOTHERAPY.

Chapter 5. Brief Strategic Family Therapy (JoséSzapocznik, Michael S. Robbins, Victoria B. Mitrani, Daniel A.Santisteban, Olga Hervis and Robert A. Williams).

Chapter 6. Functional Family Therapy: A Model for TreatingHigh-Risk, Acting-Out Youth (James F. Alexander and Thomas L.Sexton).

Chapter 7. Integrative Treatment Development: MultidimensionalFamily Therapy for Adolescent Substance Abuse (Cynthia Rowe, HowardA. Liddle, Katrina McClintic and Tanya J. Quille).

SECTION THREE: ADULT-FOCUSED PSYCHOTHERAPY.

Chapter 8 Transtheoretical Therapy (James O. Prochaska and CarloC. DiClemente).

Chapter 9. Client directed, Outcome Informed Clinical Work(Scott D. Miller, Barry L. Duncan and Mark A. Hubble).

Chapter 10. Emotion-focused Therapy (Leslie S. Greenberg andRobert Elliott).

Chapter 11. The Multimodal Assessment Therapy Approach (ArnoldA. Lazarus).

Chapter 12. Systematic Treatment Selection and PrescriptiveTherapy (Larry E. Beutler, Shabia Alomohamed, Carla Moleiro andRobert Romanelli).

Chapter 13. Cognitive Interpersonal Psychotherapy (DavidMarcotte and Jeremy D. Safran).

Chapter 14 .An Assimilative Approach to IntegrativePsychodynamic Psychotherapy (George Stricker and Jerrold Gold).

Chapter 15. A Cognitive-Behavioral Assimilative Integration (HalArkowitz and Barton J. Mann).

SECTION FOUR: PSYCHOTHERAPIES FOCUSED ON COUPLES ANDFAMILIES.

Chapter 16. Integrative-Problem Centered Therapy (William M.Pinsof).

Chapter 17. Metaframeworks (Douglas C. Breunlin and BettyMackune-Karrer).

Chapter 18. Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy (Brian D.Doss, Janice T. Jones, and Andrew Christensen).

Chapter 19. Postmodern Sex Therapy (Joseph LoPiccolo).

Chapter 20. An Integrative Approach for Treating Families withChild Custody and Visitation Disputes (Jay Lebow).

Chapter 21. Internal Systems Therapy (Barton J. Mann and RichardC. Schwartz).

SECTION FIVE: GROUP-FOCUSED PSYCHOTHERAPY.

Chapter 22. A Dialogue Group Approach with Descendents ofHolocaust Perpetrators and Victims (Florence W. Kaslow).

Chapter 23. Multicouple Group Therapy for Domestic Violence(Sandra M. Stith, Eric E. McCollum, Karen H. Rosen and Lisa D.Locke).

Chapter 24. Effective Group Psychotherapies (K. RoyMacKenzie).

SECTION SIX: SPECIAL TOPICS.

Chapter 25. Training in Integrative/Eclectic Psychotherapy (JayLebow).

Chapter 26. Ethical and Risk Management Issues in IntegrativeTherapy (Michael C. Gottlieb and Caren C. Cooper).

Chapter 27. Emergent Issues in Integrative and EclecticPsychotherapies (Jay Lebow).

Author Index.

Subject Index.