Books in category Psychology – Mental Illness

  • A Safe Place

    A Safe Place
    Leston Havens

    Drawing on his rich experience within psychiatry, Leston Havens takes the reader on an extraordinary journey through the vast and changing landscape of psychotherapy and psychiatry today.

  • Fous Prodigues Ivrognes

    Fous, Prodigues, Ivrognes
    Thierry Nootens

    Tournant le dos l approche institutionnelle classique, Thierry Nootens consid re la famille et non l tat, la profession m dicale ou l asile comme le lieu principal de d finition et de r gulation des diverses formes de d viance.

  • Handbook of Mental Health in the Workplace

    Handbook of Mental Health in the Workplace
    Jay C. Thomas, Michel Hersen

    This Handbook stimulates new perspectives on established theories and generates practical, yet rigorous, solutions to new problems.

  • Preventing Mental Illness in Practice

    Preventing Mental Illness in Practice
    Jennifer Newton

    Jennifer Newton, author of the successful Preventing Mental Illness(Routledge, 1989) completes her study for MIND in this investigation of what constitutes good practice in the field of preventative mental health care.

  • Crisis Intervention in Residential Treatment

    Crisis Intervention in Residential Treatment
    William C Morse

    Sharing Redl’s concern for daily practice with very difficult youngsters, this understanding book focuses on the action setting and the development of theory from practice, not the application of theory to practice.

  • The Mind body Problem Explained

    The Mind-body Problem Explained
    Niall McLaren

    However, in this book, he shows how the principles of information processing give a formal theory of mind that generates a model of mental disorder as a psychological phenomenon.

  • Maintenance Pharmacotherapies for Neuropsychiatric Disorders

    Maintenance Pharmacotherapies for Neuropsychiatric Disorders
    Stephanie S. Richards, William S. Musser, Samuel Gershon

    Designed for clinicians from a variety of backgrounds, this handbook provides indispensable information regarding long-term treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders.

  • Repair for Teens

    Repair for Teens
    Margie McKinnon

    This edition recognizes the unique issues confronting adolescent abuse survivors including peer pressure, difficulties with school, acting out, the urge to self-soothe with cutting or unhealthy eating behaviors, running away, and the …

  • Shifting Ground

    Shifting Ground
    Ruth M. McVeigh

    Throughout this story, the benchmarks of manic depression can be clearly identified as can the repercussions on relationships and family life.

  • Mad Tales from the Raj

    Mad Tales from the Raj
    Waltraud Ernst

    ‘Mad Tales from the Raj’ is an authoritative assessment of western psychiatry within the context of British colonialism.

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