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Research for the Psychotherapist From Science to Practice

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ISBN-10: 0415952263

ISBN-13: 9780415952262

Edition: 2006

Authors: Jay L. Lebow

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While empirical, scientific research has much to offer to the practice-oriented therapist in training, it is often difficult to effectively engage the trainee, beginning practitioner, or graduate student in a subject area that can often glaze over the eyes of a reader focused on practical work. Most textbooks encountered in research methodology and clinical psychology courses focus either on the process of gathering, analyzing, presenting, and discussing research results, or on conducting clinical work. What most of these texts lack is an engaging, accessible guide to how to incorporate research into practice. The proposed book would fill this niche with an approach that bridges the gap…    
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Book details

List price: $41.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 5/17/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 296
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

About the Author
Psychotherapy and Psychotherapy Research
Merging Science and Practice in Psychotherapy
A Clinician's Primer for Evaluating Research About Psychotherapy
Research Focused on Psychotherapy
Therapy by the Numbers: Critics Claim Empirically Supported Treatments (ESTs) Undermine Clinical Creativity
The Push for Evidence: Defining the Role for Evidence-Based Practice
What Can We Say About the Effectiveness of Psychotherapy?
The Science of Clinical Artistry: Research-Based Principles for Effective Practice
Transformation Now! (Or Maybe Later): Client Change Is Not an All-or-Nothing Proposition
Beyond Intuition: Research on Psychotherapeutic Process
Evidence-Based Treatments for Anxiety
Mindfulness Goes Mainstream: Research Is Proving the Value of Awareness Processes
Improving Our Track Record: How Therapists Can Better Meet the Needs of the Disadvantaged
Addictions Treatment: Myth vs. Reality
War of the Worlds: Researchers and Practitioners Collide on Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD)
Reassessing Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors: Separating Hype from Fact About Antidepressants
Outing the Unproven: A New Journal Exposes Therapies That Don't Work
The Messenger Is the Message: The Effectiveness of Treatment Still Depends on Who Delivers It
Research Focused on or Relevant to Couple and Family Therapy
Family Therapy Scorecard: Research Shows the Family Approach Is Often the Treatment of Choice
Marital Preparation and Enrichment Programs Document Their Value
What Really Makes Couples Happy? A Controversy Divides the World of Marital Researchers
Emerging Evidence in the Research About Divorce
Not Quite the Brady Bunch: Research on Remarriage Families
Methods of Relational Assessment
Doing Research on Your Practice
New Science for Psychotherapy: Can We Predict How Therapy Will Progress?
Learning to Love Assessment: Today's Research Tools to Assess Progress Can Help You Be a Better Therapist
Do-It-Yourself Research: The Practical Advantages of Studying Your Own Practice
Models for Evaluating Psychotherapy Practices and Community Mental Health Programs: Public Health Perspectives
Research in Psychology That Informs the Practice of Psychotherapy
Defending the Family: Beware of the Biogenetic Bandwagon
Aging: Fact and Fiction
Keys to Enhancing Performance
Beyond the Sugar Pill: Clarifying the Placebo Effect