Provides in-depth coverage of APA's 2017 Multicultural Guidelines, teaching students and professionals how to apply them in clinical practice, education, research, and consultation. The authors expand the scope of the original document to create an even more thorough and easy-to-read advice for developing cultural competence.
Facing Therapist Indiscretions, Transgressions, and Misconduct
Examines the events leading up to sexual boundary violations as well as what happens to clients and therapists once they are discovered. The book also considers the broader effects of such behaviour on colleagues, institutions, families, and others. Case illustrations are included to illustrate how therapeutic relationships are compromised.
Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment in High-Risk Occupations
This book helps researchers and practitioners identify problematic anger and evaluate its impact on job performance and in the workplace, with a particular focus on high-risk occupations such as police, firefighters, and military members.
Essentials of Thematic Analysis describes the conceptual grounding and processes of thematic analysis - a highly flexible method that produces meaning-based patterns (themes) from qualitative datasets.
In this step-by-step guide to conducting a research study, Linda McMullen describes the innovative ways in which discursive psychology analyses language at both the micro and macro levels. Discursive psychologists reconceptualize talk and text as being situated in a social context, rather than thinking of talk as a route to our thoughts.
With contributions by more than 40 experts in the field, this comprehensive text details the steps necessary to build a career in neuropsychology and outlines the core competencies students and trainees must master along the way.