2 edition of Treating mental illness: aspects of modern therapy. found in the catalog.
Treating mental illness: aspects of modern therapy.
Alfred M. Freedman
|Statement||Alfred M. Freedman and Harold I. Kaplan, editors.|
|Series||Studies in human behavior|
|Contributions||Kaplan, Harold I., 1927- joint comp., Freedman, Alfred M.|
|LC Classifications||RC480 .F694 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 426 p.|
|Number of Pages||426|
|LC Control Number||79178074|
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Treating Mental Illness: Aspects of Modern TherapyAuthor: eds. Freedman, Alfred M. & Harold I. Kaplan.
Surveys of the history of psychiatric treatment, psychoanalytical therapy, behavior therapy, hypnosis, direct analysis, client-centered therapy, group treatment, psychodrama, and other methods; chapters on drug therapy, convulsive therapy, insulin coma, psychosurgery.
Three chapters on milieu therapy. Evaluation of treatment. Treating mental illness: aspects of modern therapy. [Alfred M Freedman; Harold I Kaplan] -- Therapeutic methods are discussed in terms of technique, rationale, indications, and results.
Describes history of psychiatric treatment, psychotherapy, organic and milieu therapy, and evaluation of. 14 hours ago The book is a comprehensive road map to emotional wellness, from advice on how to combat stigma to tips for accessing effective mental health care in a system steeped in racial bias.
Three chapters on milieu therapy. Evaluation of treatment. This overview, built out of material from Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, edited by the present editors, is adequate as an introduction for the novice in psychiatry or background reading for the nonpsychiatrist practitioner.
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