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The Troubled Mind

A Handbook of Therapeutic Approaches to Psychological Distress

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 240
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Professional Handbooks in Counselling and Psychotherapy

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15 October 2010

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This comprehensive textbook discusses how trainees and busy practitioners can best respond therapeutically to clients' mental health problems. Grounded in the latest research, it is rich with case...

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This comprehensive textbook discusses how trainees and busy practitioners can best respond therapeutically to clients' mental health problems. Grounded in the latest research, it is rich with case material and analytical commentary and highlights key decisions regarding assessment and referral.At once sharply structured and broad-based, The Troubled Mind is designed to work both as a textbook for trainees taking courses on assessment, psychopathology/mental health or research evidence for practice, and as a reference tool for qualified professionals looking to deepen their understanding of this complex spectrum of work. By offering a pluralistic framework, it will suit counsellors and therapists across all therapeutic approaches.

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  • Adopts an inclusive approach to theoretical orientations
  • Has a strong base in research but also drives emphasis on practical application and skills
  • Covering a uniquely wide range mental health disorders in a clear and systematic framework, it looks in-depth at depression, anxiety, stress and bereavement, eating disorders, substance misuse, sexual and identity issues, and personality disorders.
  • Provides guidance on possible therapeutic approaches and interventions
  • Pinpoints ethical and professional issues for consideration
  • Systematically uses case examples to draw out typical challenges and implications for practice
  • Explores situations where specialist referral is advised

Counselling
Psychotherapy and Mental Health Issues
Assessment and Formulation
Clients Presenting with Depression
Clients Experiencing Anxiety
Clients Experiencing Problems with Life Events
Stages
Clients Who Have Problematic Substance Abuse
Childhood or Adolescent Problems
Clients With Disturbed Eating
Clients Described as Having a Personality Disorder
Clients Showing Psychotic Features
Clients Experiencing Problems with Sexual or Gender Identity
Professional, Ethical and Legal Issues

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SUSY CHURCHILL is a freelance therapist, supervisor, consultant and trainer, with wide experience in mental health settings. She has supervised in adolescent psychiatric hospitals and outpatient teams for 15 years, also in specialist addictions and eating disorder services. She was previously Programme Director for Counselling Studies at the University of Southampton, and more recently Clinical Manager of an Employee Assistance Programme.

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SUSY CHURCHILL is a freelance therapist, supervisor, consultant and trainer, with wide experience in mental health settings. She has supervised in adolescent psychiatric hospitals and outpatient teams for 15 years, also in specialist addictions and eating disorder services. She was previously Programme Director for Counselling Studies at the University of Southampton, and more recently Clinical Manager of an Employee Assistance Programme.

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