Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health Debate and Dialogue on the Fundamental Questions

ISBN-10: 1591473101

ISBN-13: 9781591473107

Edition: 2005

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Description: Designed for mental health practitioners, trainers and graduate students, this book addresses nine fundamental questions in the debate on evidence-based practices. Each chapter centres on one particular question in the debate and consists of focused position papers on that question.

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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication date: 8/15/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 464
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.958
Language: English

About the Editors
Contributors
Prologue
What Qualifies as Evidence of Effective Practice?
Clinical Expertise
Scientific Research
Patient Values and Preferences
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
What Qualifies as Research on Which to Judge Effective Practice?
Case Studies
Single-Participant (S-P) Design Research
Qualitative Research
Change Process Research
Effectiveness Research
Randomized Clinical Trials
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
Does Manualization Improve Therapy Outcomes?
Psychotherapy Manuals Can Improve Outcomes
Treatment Manuals Do Not Improve Outcomes
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
Are Research Patients and Clinical Trials Representative of Clinical Practice?
Patients and Treatments in Clinical Trials Are Not Adequately Representative of Clinical Practice
Research Patients and Clinical Trials Are Frequently Representative of Clinical Practice
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
What Should Be Validated?
The Treatment Method
The Psychotherapist
The Therapy Relationship
The Active Client
Principles of Change
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
What Else Materially Influences What Is Represented and Published as Evidence?
Theoretical Allegiance
Impact of Funding Source on Published Research
A Poor Fit Between Empirically Supported Treatments and Psychotherapy Integration
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
Do Therapies Designated as Empirically Supported Treatments for Specific Disorders Produce Outcomes Superior to Non-Empirically Supported Treatment Therapies?
Not a Scintilla of Evidence to Support Empirically Supported Treatments as More Effective Than Other Treatments
Empirically Supported Treatments Typically Produce Outcomes Superior to Non-Empirically Supported Treatment Therapies
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
How Well Do Both Evidence-Based Practices and Treatment as Usual Satisfactorily Address the Various Dimensions of Diversity?
Ethnic Minority Populations Have Been Neglected by Evidence-Based Practices
Gender Is Neglected by Both Evidence-Based Practices and Treatment as Usual
The Neglect of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Clients
Evidence-Based Practices Have Ignored People With Disabilities
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
Are Efficacious Laboratory-Validated Treatments Readily Transportable to Clinical Practice?
Efficacious Laboratory-Validated Treatments Are Generally Transportable to Clinical Practice
Transporting Laboratory-Validated Treatments to the Community Will Not Necessarily Produce Better Outcomes
Dialogue: Convergence and Contention
Epilogue
Author Index
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