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A Psychological Approach to Diagnosis

Using the ICD-11 as a Framework
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This new edited volume offers a step-by-step approach to diagnosis, giving practicing psychologists and graduate trainees the essential information they need to apply the mental and behavioral diagnostic guidelines of the ICD-11 and deliver high quality, evidence-informed care around the world. Following the adoption of the Eleventh Revision of the International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-11) in 2018, this volume is specifically based on a psychological approach to diagnosis: a conceptually driven, person-oriented formulation that integrates pertinent history, behavior, symptoms, phenomenology, and functioning. As laid out by the volume's expert contributors, the approach enables practitioners to establish a differential diagnosis using the ICD-11 as the principal classification framework. Each chapter discusses how psychologists conceive of diagnosis as well as focal consideration of impairment, functioning, assessment, the developmental approach, terminology, research methodologies, and other key aspects of psychological practice. Written to be responsive to the unique context of psychological practice, including consideration of regional, linguistic, and cultural factors, A Psychological Approach to Diagnosis is the first comprehensive training resource on WHO's ICD-11 classification of mental and behavioral disorders.
Geoffrey M. Reed, Professor of Medical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, USAPierre L.-J. Ritchie, Professor Emeritus, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Canada Andreas Maekrcker, PhD MD, Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Division of Psychopathology and Clinical Intervention, University of Zurich, Switzerland Tahilia Rebello, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry and Global Mental Health Program, Columbia University, NY, Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, USA
Chapter 1. A Psychological Approach to Diagnosis Andreas Maercker and Pierre L.-J. Ritchie Chapter 2. A Global Approach to Diagnosis Geoffrey M. Reed Diagnosis of Mental and Behavioral Disorders Chapter 3. Intellectual Disability and Developmental Learning Disorders Ashok Roy Chapter 4. Autism Spectrum Disorder David Skuse Chapter 5. Schizophrenia and Other Primary Psychotic Disorders Tania Lincoln Chapter 6. Depressive Disorders Rebeca Robles Chapter 7. Bipolar Disorders Thomas D. Meyer Chapter 8. Anxiety and Fear-Related Disorders Cary Kogan Chapter 9. Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders Christine Lochner Chapter 10. Disorders Specifically Associated with Stress Chris Brewin and Marylene Cloitre Chapter 11. Dissociative Disorders Roberto Lewis-FernAndez Chapter 12. Feeding and Eating Disorders Kathleen Pike Chapter 13. Bodily Distress Disorders Oye Gureje Chapter 14. Disruptive Behavior Disorders and ADHD Spencer Evans Chapter 15. Disorders Due to Substance Use John Saunders Chapter 16. 'Behavioral Addictions' and Impulse Control Disorders Hans-JUErgen Rumpf and Joel Billieux Chapter 17. Personality Disorders Michaela Swales Chapter 18. Neurocognitive Disorders Antonio Puente II. Important Diagnoses Outside Mental and Behavioral Disorders Chapter 19. Conditions Related to Sexual Health Brigitte Khoury Chapter 20. Sleep-Wake Disorders Gualberto Buela-Casal Chapter 21. Relational Problems and Maltreatment Rick Heyman
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