The Oxford Handbook of Treatment Processes and Outcomes in Psychology

A Multidisciplinary, Biopsychosocial Approach
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 15. Juni 2016
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  • 584 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-061278-8 (ISBN)
 
The Oxford Handbook of Treatment Processes and Outcomes in Psychology presents a multidisciplinary approach to a biopsychosocial, translational model of psychological treatment across the lifespan. It describes cutting-edge research across developmental, clinical, counseling, and school psychology; social work; neuroscience; and psychopharmacology. The Handbook emphasizes the development of individual differences in resilience and mental health concerns including social, environmental, and epigenetic influences across the lifespan, particularly during childhood. Authors offer detailed discussions that expand on areas of research and practice that already have a substantive research base such as self-regulation, resilience, defining evidence-based treatment, and describing client-related variables that influence treatment processes. Chapters in newer areas of research are also included (e.g., neuroimaging, medications as adjuncts to psychological treatment, and the placebo effect). Additionally, authors address treatment outcomes such as evaluating therapist effectiveness, assessing outcomes from different perspectives, and determining the length of treatment necessary to attain clinical improvement. The Handbook provides an entrée to the research as well as hands-on guidance and suggestions for practice and oversight, making it a valuable resource for graduate students, practitioners, researchers, and agencies alike.
  • Englisch
  • 33,86 MB
978-0-19-061278-8 (9780190612788)
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Sara Maltzman, PhD, is a senior staff psychologist, Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego County, San Diego, CA. Dr. Maltzman's professional career has included the provision of mental health services to clients with co-morbid physical and mental health concerns, consultation to local government agencies regarding evidence-supported treatments and best practices, and the development of continuous quality improvement and treatment evaluation programs.
Section 1 Introduction Chapter 1 Treatment processes and outcomes in psychology: A multidisciplinary, biopsychosocial approach Sara Maltzman Section 2 Biopsychosocial Influences Chapter 2 Temperament and personality Maria A. Gartstein, Samuel Putnam, Elaine N. Aron, and Mary K. Rothbart Chapter 3 Self-Regulatory Processes in Early Development Marjorie Beeghly, Bruce Perry, and Edward Tronick Chapter 4 Socio-cultural contexts and stressors Wendi S. Williams, Amy Ginsberg, and Brittany Mandryk Chapter 5 Immune system functioning and mental health: Implications for assessment and treatment in counseling and psychotherapy Colin Jenney and Angela Liegey Dougall Section 3 Therapist Variables Chapter 6 Therapist characteristics and interventions: Enhancing alliance and involvement with youth Krister W. Fjermestad, Bryce D. McLeod, Carrie B. Tully, and Juliette Liber Chapter 7 Therapist characteristics and strategies for enhancing the therapeutic alliance and treatment outcomes with adults Kevin M. Laska and Samuel S. Nordberg Chapter 8 Therapist Self-Care to Mitigate Secondary Traumatization Nehami Baum Chapter 9 Mental Health Professionals Working in a Shared Traumatic Reality Nehami Baum Section 4 Process Variables in Treatment Chapter 10 Client, therapist, and treatment variables: Client-therapist "matching" Satoko Kimpara, Hannah Holt, Julianne Alsante, and Larry E. Beutler Chapter 11 Potential obstacles to treatment success in adults: Client characteristics James F. Boswell, Michael Constantino, and Lisa Anderson Chapter 12 Attachment as moderator variable in counseling and psychotherapy with adults Cheri L. Marmarosh and Michelle Wallace Chapter 13 Collaborative/Therapeutic assessment: Procedures to enhance client outcomes Filippo Aschieri, Francesca Fantini, and Justin Dean Smith Section 5 Treatment Chapter 14 Evaluating treatments and interventions: What constitutes "evidence-based" treatment? Lisa Jobe-Shields, Amanda Costello, Carrie Jackson, and Rochelle F. Hanson Chapter 15 Fidelity with flexibility: Treatment acceptability and individualized adaptations of evidence-supported treatments Lisa Sanetti, Melissa Collier-Meek, and Lindsay Fallon Chapter 16 Prevention as Treatment: Enhancing resilience in high-risk children Karol L. Kumpfer and Cátia Magalhães Chapter 17 Enhancing positive adaptation, well-being, and psychosocial functioning in children by promoting positive parenting Abigail Gewirtz and Kate Gliske Chapter 18 Treating the child and adolescent in the family and social context John E. Lochman, Nicole Powell, Caroline Boxmeyer, Meghan L. Sallee, Casey Dillon, and Cameron Powe Chapter 19 Career Counseling with Adults: Theories, Interventions, and Populations Jo-Ida C. Hansen Section 6 Mechanisms of Change Chapter 20 Conceptualizing placebo as active component and adjunct in psychological treatment Martina Amanzio and Sara Palermo Chapter 21 Pharmacological adjuncts and evidence supported treatments for trauma: The role of psychotropic medications in enhancing treatment effectiveness Nina Karpova Section 7 Treatment Goals and Assessment of Treatment Outcomes Chapter 22 Client and Therapist reports: Symptom reduction, functional improvement, and the therapeutic alliance Rolf Holmqvist Chapter 23 Dose response and the shape of change Stevan Lars Nielsen, Russell J. Bailey, Dianne L. Nielsen, and Tyler R. Pedersen Chapter 24 Treatment modalities: Comparing treatment outcomes and therapeutic processes in individual, family, and group counseling and psychotherapy D. Martin Kivlighan, III, and Dennis M. Kivlighan, Jr. Chapter 25 Neuro-imaging promises and caveats: Methodological issues and implications for research in psychological disorders and treatments Allison Nugent and Maura Furey Section 8 Conclusions Chapter 26 A multidisciplinary, biopsychosocial approach to treatment: Implications for research and practice Sara Maltzman
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