With engaging insight, the author deftly reviews the nuances of ethics fundamentals. She then discusses with guest contributors ethical dilemmas and approaches to clinical work with children and youth, veterans, patients from culturally distinct backgrounds, HIV/AIDS patients, those at the end of life, patients living with addictions, and more.
The chapter authors address life transitions and the university student experience, as well as the challenges of caring for university students with mental health issues. The book has positive strategies, including ways to foster mental health for distinct university student populations.
David J. Kupfer MD Edited by
Robert E. Hales MD MBA, Stuart C. Yudofsky MD, Laura Weiss Roberts MD MA
The new sixth edition—the only comprehensive psychiatry textbook to integrate all the new DSM-5 criteria—provides the most up-to-date, authoritative, insightful foundational text in the field. Its contributors include authors of the definitive texts in their areas of specialization.
Laura Weiss Roberts MD MA, Alan K. Louie MD
The Study Guide to DSM-5 is an indispensable instructional supplement to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition. The Study Guide is intended to assist readers in understanding diagnostic criteria and concepts from DSM-5, as well as how to apply them.
Laura Weiss Roberts MD MA, Jinger G. Hoop MD MFA
An interactive, case-oriented approach to mental health ethics, Professionalism and Ethics: Q & A Self-Study Guide for Mental Health Professionals consists of questions and answers that draw on sixteen experts' personal experience in the care of people with mental illness, in mental health research, and in clinical training.
Arnold Winston MD, Richard N. Rosenthal MD, Henry Pinsker MD Series edited by
Glen O. Gabbard MD
Mastering the art of supportive psychotherapy demands years of training and experience—and Learning Supportive Psychotherapy: An Illustrated Guide paves the way. The text follows one of the three formats now required for psychiatry residency training by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
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.
Laura Weiss Roberts MD MA, Donald M. Hilty MD
With real-world advice from professionals in the field, this Handbook provides step-by-step guidance to approaching tasks and challenges that face academic faculty members, such as interviewing for positions, evaluating contracts and offer letters, reading and preparing a basic budget, giving feedback, and engaging in self-care.
Michelle B. Riba, Richard Balon Series edited by
Glen O. Gabbard
This essential work provides the ideal text for psychiatry residents who need to develop and demonstrate competency in providing psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy in both integrated and split approaches.
Debrin P. Goubert MD, Niklas Törneke MD, Robert Purssey MD FRANZCP, Josephine Loftus MD MRCPsych, Laura Weiss Roberts MD MA, Kirk D. Strosahl PhD
In this ground-breaking volume, the first of its kind written for psychiatric and nonpsychiatric clinicians, readers will learn the principles and practices of ACT as they apply to psychiatric assessment, case analysis, and treatment. The book explains how to conduct a streamlined assessment of the patient's symptoms as they are nested in the patient's life context, how to detect and intervene with the patient's unworkable emotional and behavioral avoidance strategies, and how to blend the use of pharmacotherapy and behavioral interventions.
Grace Gengoux PhD BCBA-D, Sanno E. Zack PhD, Jennifer L. Derenne MD, Athena Robinson PhD, Laura B. Dunn MD, Laura Weiss Roberts MD MA
This book advocates for a new culture—one that is supportive of the health and well-being of health professionals to the benefit of the patients and populations they serve. A variety of case examples, vignettes, and illustrations serve not only to frame the scope of the challenges clinicians face but also to inspire readers to apply key concepts to their own situations. The inclusion of "positive practices," discussion questions, and written exercises also help readers to engage with the material and integrate what they have learned into their practice.
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.
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.
DSM-5 Self-Exam Questions: Test Questions for the Diagnostic Criteria will be useful to a wide audience of professionals seeking to understand the changes made in DSM-5. This book includes detailed questions and answers to broaden and deepen the reader's knowledge of DSM-5 and promote learning of current diagnostic concepts and classification.
John A. Renner, Jr. MD, Petros Levounis
The Handbook of Office-Based Buprenorphine Treatment of Opioid Dependence will serve as a reliable guide for the addition of buprenorphine treatment into existing psychiatric practices and other primary care settings.
Michael S. Ascher MD, Petros Levounis MD MA
The book provides a pragmatic and engaging guide to help clinicians understand and contextualize conditions that may not be clearly delineated in the DSM-5 diagnostic system. Although not accorded a specific classification, the behaviors addressed in this book share the accepted hallmarks of addiction.
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.
Halldóra Arnardóttir, Enrica Capussotti, Pippo Ciorra, Nicholas Dines, Dr John Foot, Mary Louise Lobsinger, Abele Longo, Prof. Robert Lumley, Laura Maritano, Claudia Nocentini, Sergio Pace, Gianfranco Petrillo, Giuliana Pieri, Sandra Ponzanesi Edited by
Prof. Robert Lumley, Dr John Foot
This book examines the transformation of the Italian city from the 1950s to the present with particular attention to questions of identity, migration and changes in urban culture. It shows how major demographic movements and cultural shifts threw into relief new conceptions of the city in which old boundaries had become problematic.
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.
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.