Synopses & Reviews
See therapy in action with CASE STUDIES IN PSYCHOTHERAPY. Case studies show the actual practice of some of the world?s most important psychotherapists such as Aaron Beck, Carl Rogers, Arnold Lazarus, and Peggy Papp. Take advantage of the The Expert Theory Case Analysis Web Site that provides you with the opportunity to conceptualize three different cases from a range of different theoretical approaches, listen to segments of a clinical interview, link to different theory Web sites, and participate in a theories/case-conceptualization discussion forum.
About the Author
Danny Wedding was trained as a clinical psychologist at the University of Hawaii and the University of Mississippi Medical Center. He later completed two years working for the U.S. Congress, first in the Senate and later in the House of Representatives. Danny joined the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine in 1991 as Director of the Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH), a university research and policy center serving the mental health community in Missouri. Danny's research interests include psychotherapy, international health, mental health policy, and the portrayal of mental illness and addictions in films. With the assistance of colleagues, he has written or edited ten books including CURRENT PSYCHOTHERAPIES, CASE STUDIES IN PSYCHOTHERAPY, BEHAVIOR AND MEDICINE, THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY HANDBOOK, SCREENING FOR BRAIN IMPAIRMENT, and MOVIES AND MENTAL ILLNESS. Danny is the Editor-Elect for CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY: APA REVIEW OF BOOKS, and he currently serves on the APA Council of Representatives and the Board of the Society of Clinical Psychology.Raymond Corsini's training was diverse. He received a BA and MA at the City College of New York, then did his doctoral training at Syracuse University, Cornell University, University of California, University of Wisconsin (all during the time of his work as a prison psychologist), and finally obtained a Ph.D. at age 41 from the University of Chicago under Carl Rogers. He met and interacted with J.L. Moreno, Fritz Perls, Victor Frankl, and Albert Ellis among others, but his main teacher was Rudolf Dreikurs, an Adlerian. He had three separate careers: as a prison psychologist for fifteen years, then an industrial psychologist for ten years, and finally in private practice of psychotherapy and counseling for thirty years. Usually in the summers he taught courses at over a dozen universities and full time at the University of Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, and the University of California at Berkeley. He has published over 60 books under 43 titles, including four encyclopedias and the most complete dictionary of psychology, and has written or edited eighteen books in counseling or psychotherapy.
Table of Contents
1. Psychoanalysis: Working with a Borderline Patient, L. Bryce Boyer. 2. Adlerian Psychotherapy: The Case of Roger, Harold H. Mosak and Michael Maniacci. 3. Analytical Psychotherapy: Christina, Barbara S. Sullivan. 4. Person-Centered Therapy: The Case of Mrs. Oak, Carl R. Rogers. 5. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: A Twenty-Three-Year-Old Woman Guilty About Not Following Her Parents' Rules, Albert Ellis. 6. Behavior Therapy: Covert Sensitization for Paraphilia, David H. Barlow. 7. Cognitive Therapy: An Interview with a Depressed and Suicidal Patient, Aaron T. Beck. 8. Existential Psychotherapy: The Fat Lady, Irvin D. Yalom. 9. Gestalt Therapy: The Case of Jane, Frederick S. Perls. 10. Multimodal Therapy: The Case of George, Arnold A. Lazarus. 11. Family Therapy: The Daughter Who Said No, Peggy Papp. 12. Psychodrama: The Hudson Family: Rescripting Family Dramas Using Psychodramatic Methods, Linda Oxford and Daniel J. Wiener. 13. Experiential Psychotherapy: Experiential Psychotherapy with a Troubled Physician, Alvin R. Mahrer.