The book examines the inner workings of the physician's marriage -- the psychological issues and sources of conflict that emerge in the various stages of marriage and family. The authors share ways to help physicians and their families learn new ways to improve communication, balance the demands of work and family, and grow and change together.
This book is written from the perspective of divorce as a catalyst. It ilustrates and discusses how such a life event, which is usually so destructive and traumatic, can eventually result in positive growth for the individual.
Writings on Psychodrama, Group Method, and Spontaneity
Again available! This handy volume collects the best and most important writings of J.L. Moreno in one concise and accessible place. This unique collection explores Moreno's thought in developing psychodrama and sociometry, with his strong emphasis on spontaneity and creativity. The book discusses both basic and advanced concepts and techniques ......
This book provides an account of human development that is particularly relevant to an understanding of psychiatric disorders. In describing the process of physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral development, the contributors emphasize the aspects of development, and examine normal development in relation to implications in clinical pathology.
Beginning with the history of mental health care in the 1840s -- before the advent of organized psychiatry -- this book traces the development of the profession and the subsequent care of its patients. The book covers the impact on psychiatry of historical events such as the Civil War, communist expansion, and the civil rights movement.