Written in an accessible, original style, this book contains all the basic principles of theory and practice essential to the different forms of psychotherapy. Using a common framework it examines appropriate therapeutic settings, clinical examples, common problems and pitfalls, research evaluation and alternative treatment options. This book also explains the assessment of patients for psychotherapy and how to match them with the appropriate therapist. It will be invaluable to trainees in all mental health professions who need to learn about the various therapeutic approaches as well as how to distinguish between them. It will also be a useful day-to-day guide for practitioners who utilize psychological treatments, or those wanting to learn more about them.
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