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Psychopathology and Therapeutic Approaches

An Introduction

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20 September 2001

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All therapeutic approaches used in counselling and psychotherapy are based on particular models or assumptions about people and the causes of psychological problems.

This book offers a concise and much-needed introduction to...

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All therapeutic approaches used in counselling and psychotherapy are based on particular models or assumptions about people and the causes of psychological problems. This book offers a concise and much-needed introduction to psychopathology and the different forms of psychological assistance available. All the major models of psychopathology are discussed, along with the therapeutic approaches they inform, including:* biomedical and medical approaches* psychoanalytic and psychodynamic approaches* behavioural and cognitive approaches* humanistic and transpersonal approaches, and* social and cultural approaches.Key practice issues, such as evidence-based practice and integration, are also outlined and evaluated.This book will be essential reading for students of psychology and all newcomers to counselling and psychotherapy.

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Provides a concise yet comprehensive and accessible introduction to the models and theories that variously form the basis for all therapeutic work, suitable for complete beginners to the field of counselling and therapy as well as those therapists with some experience
Covers the more generally overlooked but highly important sociocultural, transpersonal and biomedical approaches, as well as the core psychological models
Integrates discussion of key issues in current therapeutic practice, such as evidencebased practice and integration
Includes illuminating case examples to demonstrate theory in practice

List of Figures and Tables
Acknowledgements
Preface
Counselling, Psychotherapy and Psychopathology
Biomedical and Medical Approaches
Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Approaches
Behavioural and Cognitive Approaches
Humanistic and Transpersonal Approaches
Social and Cultural Approaches
Evidence-Based Practice, Eclectic and Integrated Approaches
References
Index.
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STEPHEN JOSEPH works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Warwick where he is a Tutor on the Clinical Psychology Training Programme. His previous publications include Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress (1997), co-authored with William Yule and Ruth M. Williams.

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STEPHEN JOSEPH works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Warwick where he is a Tutor on the Clinical Psychology Training Programme. His previous publications include Understanding Post-Traumatic Stress (1997), co-authored with William Yule and Ruth M. Williams.

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