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Published February, 2015
By Ron Potter-Efron, Ronald Potter-Efron and Ronald T. Potter-Efron
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Published February, 2015
By Ron Potter-Efron, Ronald Potter-Efron and Ronald T. Potter-Efron
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Published January, 2008
By Duncan Cartwright
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Explores the implications Bion's container model has on clinical practice.

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Published February, 2007
By Leyla Navaro and Sharan L. Schwartzberg
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Provides a comprehensive overview of theories and ideas on the links between gender, envy and competition. This book, divided into 3 sections, covers the individual and development, therapeutic implications and applications in broader social and cultural contexts. It includes individual and group case stories and discussions of crucial issues.

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Published January, 2007
By Paul Kennedy
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The successful integration of psychological factors into the management of physical disabilities is critical to successful health-care delivery. This book provides a guide to the best practice and approaches in this field. It explains why and how psychological models and research can support rehabilitation and improve individual well-being.

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Published January, 2007
By Jonathan Burns
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Drawing on evidence from across the behavioural and natural sciences, this book advances a radical hypothesis: that madness exists as a costly consequence of the evolution of a sophisticated social brain in Homo sapiens. It is aimed at those in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, sociology and anthropology, and also at the general reader.

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Published September, 2006
By Robert Rosenbaum
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Published June, 2006
By Richard B. Ulman and Harry Paul
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Presents an evolved self-psychological model of addiction, including emphasis on clinical approaches to treat challenging narcissistic patients with major forms of addiction. This book features cases that are used to represent and illustrate analytic therapy with the five major forms of addiction.

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Published April, 2006
By Nicholas Tarrier
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Covers many of the clinical issues that challenge practitioners in their practice of cognitive behaviour therapy. This book discusses how case formulation aids clinical practice in their chosen area and is useful for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, counsellors, social workers, and students.

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Published January, 2006
By Stephen Palmer, Roy Moodley and Suman Fernando
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Provides a critical examination of contemporary multiculturalism and culturalism. Beginning with a critique of race, culture and ethnicity, this book explores issues, such as the notion of interiority and exteriority in psychotherapy, racism in the clinical room, race and countertransference conflicts, spirituality and traditional healing issues.

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