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Log-Linear Modeling: Concepts, Interpretation, and Application

by Alexander von Eye & Eun-Young Mun

An easily accessible introduction to log-linear modeling for non-statisticians

Highlighting advances that have lent to the topic's distinct, coherent methodology over the past decade, Log-Linear Modeling: Concepts,...

Dispersion Decay and Scattering Theory

by Alexander Komech & Elena Kopylova

A simplified, yet rigorous treatment of scattering theory methods and their applications

Dispersion Decay and Scattering Theory provides thorough, easy-to-understand guidance on the application of scattering...

The Nursery Age Child

by Jenny Davids

This book aims to facilitate the understandings of nursery age children, that is, children around three, four and five years, and their parents. Children of these ages are particularly fascinating. The wealth...

Psychosocial Interventions for Genetically Influenced Problems in Childhood and Adolescence

by Richard Rende

How to weigh genetic factors while choosing the best psychosocial interventions

Psychosocial Interventions for Genetically Influenced Problems in Childhood and Adolescence explores empirically supported psychosocial...

Constructing Stories, Telling Tales: A Guide to Formulation in Applied Psychology

by Sarah Corrie & David Lane

Formulation remains one of the most important activities that those using psychological approaches undertake as part of their work. Arguably, however, formulation is an activity that remains poorly understood....

Children's Dreams: From Freud's Observations to Modern Dream Research

by Claudio Colace

This book aims to present a study on the actuality and empirical value of Freuds dream theory, even if through the analysis of a specific part of it - the hypotheses about childrens dreams. It provides a systematic...

Anxiety and Mood Disorders following Traumatic Brain Injury: Clinical Assessment and Psychotherapy

by Rudi Coetzer

While there are many excellent texts addressing cognitive impairment and behavioural difficulties and on rehabilitation associated with traumatic brain injury, few textbooks specifically address the most common...

Integrated Experiential Coaching: Becoming an Executive Coach

by Lloyd Chapman

'Coaching is growing across the globe as a viable and useful intervention to help executives deal with the complexity they face day-to-day. In response to this increased demand, many coaches have presented their...

Mirrors and Reflections: Processes of Systemic Supervision

by Charlotte Burck & Gwyn Daniel

In this volume, as the title indicates, the focus is on understanding and elaborating what might be said to be "going on" in supervision as well as further exploring what is distinctive about systemic supervision....

The 5 to 10 Year-Old Child

by Brafman Brafman

The fifth birthday represents an important landmark in a child's development. He is now ready to start full-time primary school, and we no longer speak of a baby or a little child; instead, we refer to the boy...

A Relational Approach to Rehabilitation: Thinking about Relationships after Brain Injury

by Ceri Bowen, Siobhan Palmer & Giles Yeates

This book is one of very few books on the topic of family adaptation and relationships after brain injury. It is an important topic because of the unique impact that such a trauma can have on families. Whether...

Destructiveness, Intersubjectivity and Trauma: The Identity Crisis of Modern Psychoanalysis

by Werner Bohleber

'At last we have a book that provides a comprehensive overview and assessment of the intersubjective turn in psychoanalysis, showing its logical and clinical limitations and exploring its social and cultural...

Telling Stories?: Attachment-Based Approaches to the Treatment of Psychosis

by Sarah Benamer

Telling Stories? explores the contemporary state of affairs in the understanding and treatment of psychosis. An inclusive approach to mental distress requires that in order to truly understand psychosis we must...

The Interwoven Sources of Dreams

by Umberto Barcaro

The subject of this book is the study of dreaming from a specific point of view, one that provides useful and enlightening results: the analysis of the complex patterns of links among the memory sources of dreams....

Why Therapists Choose to Become Therapists: A Practice-Based Enquiry

by Sofie Bager-Charleson

Almost two decades ago, the psychoanalyst Sussman concluded that the therapist's motivation for practicing was a neglected area. Is this maybe a question best left alone?This book revisits the question. The...

Transference and Countertransference: A Unifying Focus of Psychoanalysis

by Jean Arundale & Debbie Bellman

Since Freud's initial papers on transference and countertransference, these vast and inexhaustible subjects have occupied psychoanalysts. Transference and countertransference, the essence of the patient/analyst...

Infant Losses; Adult Searches: A Neural and Developmental Perspective on Psychopathology and Sexual Offending

by Glyn Allez

An innovative view of the development of psychopathology and sexual offending. In an exciting synthesis of neuroscience, developmental, and social psychology with forensic and criminal literature, it offers...

Psychoanalysis and Positivity

by Mariam Alizade

Without falling into unwarranted enthusiasm or naive optimism, the book examines how positivity operates, and goes on to investigate the concept of the construction of an internal framework, the reversal of...

Sorrow's Profiles: Death, Grief, and Crisis in the Family

by Richard Alapack

'Dr. Richard Alapack, sensitively and with deep understanding, orchestrates a survivor's journey through the complex country of sorrow. Alapack challenges and transcends the received scientific view of grief...

Integrative Psychotherapy in Action

by Richard Erskine & Janet Moursund

What is integrative psychotherapy? How effective is the integrative approach to therapy? And what are its limitations? Answering these and other significant questions, this insightful volume provides the working...