A Practical, Hands-on Reference for Professionals, Students and Researchers
Developed under the auspices of Dr. Florence W. Kaslow, one of the world's best known experts in the field of psychotherapy, this ground-breaking work is the first and only reference to provide a detailed analysis of the four major psychotherapy approaches-in both theory and in practice.
Each expertly edited volume is organized by specific client populations: children, adolescents and young adults, adults, families and couples, and groups - allowing the reader to compare each approach and focus on those specific populations and approaches that suit their studies or practice.
Comprehensive yet practical, each volume addresses the major psychological and emotional disturbances that each psychotherapy approach is most effective in treating and provides realistic case examples that bring each approach to life - making this a truly hands-on reference for practitioners, students, and researchers.
Volume 1: Psychodynamic/Object Relations, Jeffrey J. Magnavita, PhD, Volume Editor, Connecticut Center for Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy
Volume 2: Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches, Terence Patterson, EdD, Volume Editor, University of San Francisco
Volume 3: Interpersonal / Humanistic / Existential, Robert F. Massey, PhD, and Sharon Davis Massey, PhD, Volume Editors, Seton Hall University
Volume 4: Integrative/Eclectic, Jay L. Lebow, PhD, Volume Editor, The Family Institute at Northwestern University