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Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Health & Wellness
Edited by Leon VandeCreek & Jeffery B. Allen

Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Health & Wellness

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  • 2005  304pp large paperbound   ISBN: 9781568870960
This fifth volume in the more focused Innovations in Clinical Practice series addresses several key issues pertaining to mental health and its relationship to physical health and well-being.  Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Health & Wellness includes new techniques and ideas for assessment and treatment in such areas as chronic medical illness and quality of life; the psychosocial impact of breast cancer; women's reproductive health; the psychosocial impact of organ failure and transplantation; behavior change with cardiac patients; child and adolescent eating disorders; and sexual abuse of children with disabilities.  Other articles address such topics as including a sexual health component in your practice; the disparities in mental health care access between whites and minorities; designing an ethically appropriate professional website; providing mental health services through the Internet; psychotherapist self-care; and mental health services in correctional settings.  In addition, this volume provides a number of informal assessment instruments for quality of life, adolescent suicide, stress, and eating disorders in preadolescent girls.  Client handouts address coping with serious illness and eating disorders.

Review
"At a time when the biopsychosocial model of practice is ascendant and practitioners and clients alike are aware of the mind-body connection, this volume, with its focus on health and wellness, provides the type of practical, pragmatic, practitioner-friendly information we have come to expect from Innovations in Clinical Practice.  From issues of health disparities among minority populations to the evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic medical conditions, from clinician assessment instruments to client handouts, from direct applications to those available online, from concerns about the well-being of our clients to the ethical imperative of our own well-being, this volume provides new materials and reviews relevant information in an integrated manner. Invaluable reading for every practitioner wanting to be up-to-date about issues of health and wellness."
     -Kate F. Hays, PhD, The Performing Edge, Toronto, Canada; Author of Move Your Body, Tone Your Mood and Working It Out: Using Exercise in Psychotherapy

Table of Contents
Contributions marked with an asterisk (*) are included in the Continuing Education Program
SECTION I: CLINICAL ISSUES AND APPLICATIONS
*Optimizing Quality of Life When Treating Patients With Chronic Medical Illnesses
Jeremy M. Bottoms & Jeffery B. Allen
*Understanding and Assessing Cognitive and Psychological Deficits Accompanying Chronic Medical Disease
Tricia M. Giessler & Jeffery B. Allen
*Assessment and Treatment of the Psychosocial Aspects of Breast Cancer
Nicole L. Glick & Maurice F. Prout
*Psychosocial Aspects of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Fertility
Ann Morrison & Brenda J. B. Roman
*Psychosocial Manifestations of Organ Failure and Transplantation
Jerome J. Schulte
*Assessment and Treatment of Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders
Eve M. Wolf & Chrystal S. Collier
*Assessment and Treatment of Children With Disabilities Who Have Been Abused
Leo M. Orange & Martin G. Brodwin
SECTION II: PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
*Interventions for Bridging the Gaps in Minority Health
Tawanda M. Greer
*The Development of a Sexual Health Component in Your Practice
Frederick L. Peterson, Jr. & Jill W. Bley
*Designing a Mental Health Professional's Website: Practical and Ethical Issues
Anthony Regusea
*Problems and Solutions With Online Therapy
Paul A. Smiley & Leon VandeCreek
SECTION III: ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS AND CLIENT HANDOUTS 
    Assessment Instruments
        Quality of Life Rating (QOLR) Instrument
Jeffery B. Allen
        Adolescent Suicide Assessment Protocol-20
William Fremouw, Julia M. Strunk, Elizabeth A. Tyner, & Robert (Bob) Musick
        The Index of Race-Related Stress - Brief Version (IRRS-B)
Compiled by Tawanda M. Greer
        Eating Behaviors and Body Image Test for Preadolescent Girls
Compiled by Eve M. Wolf
    Client Handout
        Coping With Serious Illness
American Psychological Association
    Eating Disorder Handouts
        Ten Things Parents Can Do to Prevent Eating Disorders
National Eating Disorders Association
        Tips for Kids on Eating Well and Feeling Good About Yourself
National Eating Disorders Association
        Helping Yourself
Harvard Eating Disorders Center
        Helping Your Child
Harvard Eating Disorders Center
        Helping Your Friend
          Harvard Eating Disorders Center
SECTION IV: SELECTED TOPICS
*Psychotherapist Wellness as an Ethical Imperative
         Jeffrey E. Barnett, Lesley C. Johnston, & Deborah Hillard
*Ethical and Professional Issues for Mental Health Providers in Corrections
         Ron Bonner
Subject Index

CE Program
A supplemental 14-credit, 140 question continuing education program is available for this book.  To order the complete program (this book and CE test module, or test module alone if you already have access to this book), go to: Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Health & Wellness - CE Program (14 Credits)

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About the Editors
Leon VandeCreek, PhD, is Past Dean and current Professor in the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University.  He has been awarded the Diplomate in Clinical Psychology (ABPP) and he is a Fellow of several American Psychological Association divisions. His interests include professional training and ethical/legal issues related to professional education and practice.  Dr. VandeCreek has served as President of the Pennsylvania Psychological association, Chair of the APA Insurance Trust, Chair of the Board of Educational Affairs of the APA, and Treasurer of the Ohio Psychological Association.  In 2005, he served as President of the Division of Psychotherapy of APA. He has authored and coauthored more than 180 professional presentations and publications including 22 books and book chapters for which he was coauthor or editor.  Since 1992, he has served as Senior Editor of the Innovations in Clinical Practice series.

Jeffery B. Allen, PhD, ABPP-CN,
is a Professor in the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio.  Dr. Allen's professional experience includes a specialty internship in neuropsychology at Brown University and a focused postdoctoral fellowship at the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan in Detroit.  Dr. Allen teaches physiological psychology and clinical neuropsychology, and does research in the areas of neurobehavioral disorders, quality of life in medical populations, cognitive and neuropsychological assessment, and outcome measurement in rehabilitation.  He is widely published in the areas of neuropsychology, head injuries, and memory in such sources as Neuropsychologia, Brain Injuries, and Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology and Assessment.  He is Board Certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Neuropsychology and has published the text, General Practitioner's Guide to Neuropsychological Assessment, through the American Psychological Association.

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