Both students and practicing mental health practitioners will find a well-researched, practical model for comprehensive, well-coordinated, and quality care that all patients deserve.
The profession of personal and business coaching has exploded during the past five years, both in the US and internationally. An estimated twenty percent of all coaches have a background in a mental health-related field.
The Therapist's Internet Handbook: More than 1300 Web Sites and Resources for Mental Health Professionals
Since the publication of the DSM-IV Internet Companion in 1998, the Internet has grown and changed. Robert F. Stamps and his new coauthor, Peter M. Barach, have completely revised and updated the original directory of Web sites for mental health professionals.
Professional and Ethical Issues in Psychology is an examination of the changing dynamics and ethics of psychology as a profession.
This provocative book examines the realities of clinical practice for which therapists are unprepared.