An Ecological, Family-Centered Approach to Mental
Thomas J. Dishion and Elizabeth A. Stormshak
In Intervening in Children’s Lives the authors
describe a family-centered approach that
engages children, adolescents, and their families, leveraging their motivation to change.
Book: 319 pages • Exam: 45 items
culturally oriented form of therapy. This essential primer to relational-cultural therapy is
amply illustrated with case examples. 2009.
Book: 136 pages • Exam: 25 items
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Therapy With Coerced and
Stanley L. Brodsky
This thought-provoking book
examines the clinical dilem-
mas faced by therapists who, for a variety of
reasons, are working with involuntary or reluc-
tant clients. 2010.
Handbook of Rehabilitation
Psychology, Second Edition
Edited by Robert G. Frank, et al.
This second edition updates
and significantly revises the
original text to account for fast-paced devel-
opments in the field. Over one third of the
chapters are new, including several on develop-
mental issues and risk factors for children with
severe illness or injuries. 2009.
Book: 504 pages • Exam: 110 items
Book: 233 pages • Exam: 40 items
A Pocket Handbook for
Assessment, Second Edition
Edited by Peter J. Snyder, et al.
This book provides cutting-
edge information on how to use and interpret
neuroimaging technologies and how to inte-
grate pharmacological approaches into treat-
Book: 769 pages • Exam: 95
20 | 2013 Independent Study Programs: Continuing Education in Psychology
Judith V. Jordan
This book explores the history, theory, and practice of