6 edition of Personality Assessment and Psychotherapy found in the catalog.
November 24, 2004
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||176|
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This innovative book provides a framework for using recent advances in personality science to inform and enrich psychotherapy. The author demonstrates how multidimensional assessment within the context of a strong therapeutic alliance can serve as a guide to treating clients as multifaceted individuals, rather than simply treating symptoms or by: "Every once in a great while, a book comes along that is truly indispensable.
Integrative Assessment of Adult Personality is such a book. Comprehensive, authoritative, and scholarly, the third edition will be a valuable addition to any practitioner’s library, Personality Assessment and Psychotherapy book is well suited as a text for graduate courses in psychological assessment."--Robert F.
Krueger, PhD, Distinguished McKnight Cited by: Personality assessment, the measurement of personal characteristics. Assessment is an end result of gathering information intended to advance psychological theory and research and to increase the probability that wise decisions will be made in applied settings (e.g., in selecting the most promising people from a group of job applicants).
The approach taken by the specialist in personality. Among the book's benefits: Takes a diagnosis-driven approach, presenting a clear model of both the psychopathology and its treatment; Explains underlying theory and basic elements of DPHP for those first learning dynamic therapy; Offers an integrated, innovative synthesis of contemporary psychodynamic approaches to personality pathology and.
Table of Contents. Vol Number 3, Contents: M.J. Hilsenroth, An Introduction to the Special Issue on Personality Assessment and Psychotherapy.M.J.
Hilsenroth, Acknowledgments.A.G. Hersoug, Assessment of Therapists' and Patients' Personality: Relationship to Therapeutic Technique and Outcome in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy.G.A.
Tasca, D. Taylor, H. Bissada, K. Ritchie, L. Balfour. Personality assessment, in its broadest sense, includes any technique that is used to describe or make inferences about the characteristic traits, attitudes, beliefs, values, needs, motives, emotional states, coping styles, or aspirations of an Personality Assessment and Psychotherapy book.
Personality assessment can take many forms, including an Internet dating questionnaire, an epitaph, a letter of recommendation, a.
Leonard M. Horowitz, Ph.D., is professor of psychology at Stanford Hans Strupp and Michael Lambert, he directed an APA task force on creating a core battery of standardized tests for evaluating the outcome of psychotherapy, resulting in the book Measuring Patient Changes in Mood, Anxiety, and Personality Disorders: Toward a Core Battery (APA, ).
Psychodynamic Assessment. Assessing the specific aspects of personality can be as controversial and complex as the theories themselves. Because the majority of our our actions are dictated by the unconscious, a bigger struggle was faced by psychoanalytic and psychodynamic theorists: How to find out what even the patient himself doesn’t know.
Assessment and Therapy is a derivative volume of articles pulled from the award-winning Encyclopedia of Mental Health, presenting a comprehensive overview of assessing and treating the many disorders afflicting mental health patients, including alcohol problems, Alzheimer's disease, depression, epilepsy, gambling, obsessive-compulsive disorder.
The first edition of Personality Assessment provided an overview of the most popular self-report and performance-based personality assessment instruments. The chapter authors were key members in creating or developing the research base for the eight test instruments covered in the book.
The text was geared with graduate-level clinical, school, and counseling psychology courses in s: 1. personality assessment that are in common use because of the size of the area.
With entire books devoted to individual tests, a chapter such as this is necessarily limited in its scope. Methods of personality assessment GREGORY J. BOYLE AND EDWARD HELMES 8. Structural models of personality BOELE DE RAAD v.
The Five-Factor Model of personality traits: consensus and controversy ROBERT R. MCCRAE Personality and intelligence PHILLIP L. ACKERMAN Part III.
Development, Health and Personality Change Dr. Wiggins has now written a closely related text, Paradigms of Personality Assessment, that may also become a classic.
He outlines within this text five basic paradigms of personality assessment: the psychodynamic (conscious and unconscious psychological conflicts), the interpersonal (regularities in how the person relates to others), the Cited by: 3.
Personality Assessment provides an overview of the most popular self-report and performance-based personality assessment instruments.
Designed with graduate-level clinical and counseling psychology programs in mind, the book serves as an instructional text for courses in objective or projective personality assessment.
It provides coverage of eight of the most popular assessment instruments. Part of a three-book series, this book provides you with a unique combination of conceptual background and step-by-step practical advice to guide your treatment of Axis II personality disorders.
Detailed case studies are provided throughout the text to illustrate the strategies of personalized psychotherapy for. This unique book synthesizes the work of leading thinkers of the French School of psychoanalytical projective methods in personality assessment.
The French School is a direct successor to Rorschach's and Murray's original approaches using the Rorschach Test and the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). Schizoid personality disorder is one of a number of specified personality disorders in DSM-IV (American Psychiatric Association ) and the ICD (World Health Organization ); the current criteria for diagnosis have been in existence for over 19 Size: KB.
The most comprehensive single volume ever published on the subject, the Handbook of Personality Psychology is the end-all, must-have reference work for personality psychologists. This handbook discusses the development and measurement of personality as well as biological and social determinants, dynamic personality processes, the personality's.
A thorough and authoritative record of the best assessment methods in health psychology Assessment in Health Psychology presents and discusses the best and most appropriateassessment methods and instruments for all specific areas that are central for health psychologists.
It also describes the conceptual and methodological bases for assessment in health psychology, as well as the most. The best-selling Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Diversity presents an inclusive and culturally competent view of the vast world of clinical psychology.
Through lively examples, robust scholarship, and a highly readable narrative, award-winning author Andrew M. Pomerantz explores the key topics of clinical assessment, psychotherapy, and ethical and professional issues while also.
The book first provides clinicians with a model of borderline pathology that is essential for expert assessment and treatment planning and then addresses the empirical underpinnings and specific therapeutic strategies of transference-focused psychotherapy (TFP).Personality Assessment in Treatment Planning The establishment of frank and honest communication is one of the most important early goals of psychotherapy.
Indeed, the most prominent challenge in the early stages of treatment is to develop a comfortable relationship that allows disclosure.The treatment of personality disorders is a rapidly evolving focus of contemporary mental health practice.
Personality dysfunction is often further complicated by the comorbidity of an Axis I disorder, such as anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, substance abuse, and :