Alan F. Schatzberg MD, Charles B. Nemeroff MD PhD
Updated to reflect the new DSM-5 classification, this revised Fifth Edition maintains the user-friendly structure of its predecessors while offering in-depth coverage of the latest research in pharmacological principles, classes of drugs, and psychiatric disorders.
Marc Galanter MD, Herbert D. Kleber MD, Kathleen T. Brady MD PhD
This is the most authoritative reference for clinicians and researchers in the field of addiction and an excellent manual for residents in psychiatry, general medicine, and allied fields. This edition incorporates new material on a variety of topics and integrates the new DSM-5 classification throughout.
The book provides psychiatrists and psychiatric residents and nurses with detailed, practical guidelines for the recognition and management of medical issues of patients in psychiatric hospitals and mental health facilities.
Dan J. Stein MD PhD, David J. Kupfer MD, Alan F. Schatzberg MD
This textbooks presents the state of the art in diagnosis, psychobiology, pharmacotherapy, and psychotherapy across the vast spectrum of mood disorders, from historical perspectives, rating scales and cultural, gender, and age differences, to neurochemistry and cutting-edge treatments in augmentation strategies and brain stimulation.
John A. Chiles MD, Kirk D. Strosahl PhD
The authors combine their diverse training and disciplinary backgrounds to create a workable approach to dealing with suicidal patients. Much more than merely an academic text on suicide, this thought-provoking handbook provides detailed guidance and a true sense of what to do to help suicidal patients.
Michelle B. Riba MD MS, Divy Ravindranath MD MS, Gerald Scott Winder MD
Easy to use and organized to present key information in a rapidly accessible format, this new edition of Clinical Manual of Emergency Psychiatry will equip psychiatric trainees and educators alike with the guidance they need to address complex emergent clinical situations quickly and with confidence.
The DSM-5 Handbook of Differential Diagnosis helps clinicians and students improve their skill in formulating a comprehensive differential diagnosis by including the DSM-5 classification and providing a variety of approaches, including a six-step diagnostic framework, 29 bottom-up "decision trees," and 66 differential diagnosis tables.
Dan J. Stein MD PhD, Eric Hollander MD, Barbara O. Rothbaum PhD ABPP
This important new resource offers both clinicians and researchers a single-volume resource that covers not only advances in clinical interventions but also the latest advances in theoretical knowledge.
Jesse H. Wright MD PhD, Gregory K. Brown PhD, Michael E. Thase MD, Monica Ramirez Basco PhD Series edited by
Glen O. Gabbard MD
This updated, second edition also features ways to employ CBT to reduce suicide risk and tips on integrating therapies related to CBT—including dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and well-being therapy.
Joseph F. Goldberg MD MS, Carrie L. Ernst MD Foreword by
Stephen M. Stahl MD PhD
This book provides information on anticipating and countering adverse drug effects when they occur. Cowritten by a research psychopharmacologist and a consultation-liaison psychiatrist, this book helps mental health practitioners assess the risks and benefits of specific psychotropic medications and strategies for managing adverse effects.
Yifrah Kaminer MD MBA, Ken C. Winters PhD
Thoroughly updated and expanded, the book focuses on the clinical implications of beginning substance use and the pathways to substance use disorders (SUDs) and coexisting disorders among adolescents and college-age emerging adults (ages 12–25 years). This new manual not only captures the advances made in the youth substance use and SUD domains covered in the previous manual, but also includes new and critically important topics that have emerged.
Mantosh J. Dewan, Brett N. Steenbarger, Roger P. Greenberg
The groundbreaking text The Art and Science of Brief Psychotherapies, addressing a treatment modality in increasing demand, has now been released in a new edition, thoroughly updated, revised, and expanded to include rich material for learning and teaching the "how to" of brief psychotherapy.
David C. Steffens MD MHS, Dan G. Blazer MD PhD, Mugdha E. Thakur MD
The book is the definitive text on diagnosing and treating mental disorders among the elderly. It is a single authoritative volume that includes both the basic scientific knowledge and the practical clinical skills necessary for working with this growing population.
Jonathan M. Silver MD, Thomas W. McAllister MD, Stuart C. Yudofsky MD
This new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the exponential expansion of research and clinical data amassed in the intervening years. Each chapter was written and reviewed by authorities in neuropsychiatry, neurology, rehabilitation medicine, and the other specialties who assess, diagnose, and treat these patients.
This new edition is a major overhaul of the seminal first edition, published 20 years ago, and addresses topics with which every psychoanalyst, therapist, resident, and training director should be conversant.
Fredric N. Busch MD, Marie Rudden MD, Theodore Shapiro MD
This book addresses the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy, both alone and in combination with cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and medication treatments, as a method for reducing the psychological vulnerabilities that may predispose patients to persistent symptoms or recurrence of depression.
Jeffrey A. Lieberman MD, T. Scott Stroup MD MPH, Diana O. Perkins MD MPH
The textbook offers broad coverage that encompasses the current state of knowledge of its cause, nature, and treatment. Experts address the complexity of schizophrenia in a comprehensive volume that leads readers from historical overview and epidemiology to consideration of comorbid conditions.
Jon E. Grant MD MPH JD, Marc N. Potenza MD PhD
This volume discusses how to diagnose pathological gambling and provides the tools to do so. Here 32 experts detail the clinical phenomenology, etiology, and treatment of pathological gambling, highlighting the current clinical approaches most likely to lead to early identification, symptom remission and improvement maintenance.