Clinical Manual of Palliative Care Psychiatry

Psychology

Clinical Manual of Palliative Care Psychiatry
The Anxiety Workbook: A 7-Week Plan to Overcome Anxiety, Stop Worrying, and End Panic by Arlin Cuncic MA
Dyslexia and Neuroscience :
The Geschwind-Galaburda Hypothesis 30 Years Later
An Interactive Approach to Writing Essays and
Research Reports in Psychology, Fourth Edition
Heinz Harbach, „Computer und menschliches Verhalten: Informatik und die Zukunft der Soziologie“

Clinical Manual of Palliative Care Psychiatry

AAP | English | 2016 | ISBN-10: 1585624764 | 297 pages | PDF | 3.42 mb

by Nathan Fairman (Author), Jeremy M. Hirst (Author), Scott A. Irwin (Author)
The Clinical Manual of Palliative Care Psychiatry seeks to bridge the gulf between principles and practice for two groups of clinicians: frontline palliative care providers with little mental health training and mental health specialists who may lack familiarity with palliative care practice. Those in both groups who are eager to improve their effectiveness in relieving suffering among seriously ill and dying patients will find this manual to be engaging, enlightening, and empowering. The authors, psychiatrists practicing in inpatient, outpatient, and home-based palliative care, supportive care, and hospice clinical settings, have designed an eminently practical guide to the application of psychiatric expertise to address the needs of this patient population. The book reviews palliative care principles and practice models, treatment of the psychiatric symptoms most commonly encountered in palliative care settings, and special topics, such as agitation in end-stage dementia, pain management and psychopharmacology, substance use disorders, and palliative care for children and adolescents. Psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, palliative care physicians, nurses, and social workers will find the Clinical Manual of Palliative Care Psychiatry to be immensely helpful in integrating principle and practice in this demanding arena.
Drs. Fairman, Hirst, and Irwin’s new book, Clinical Manual of Palliative Care Psychiatry, is a critically important contribution to this evolving specialty known as palliative care psychiatry. The eleven chapters are comprehensive yet concise with excellent tables; several chapters are devoted to specific psychiatric complications which practitioners regularly encounter in their clinical work with patients with life-limiting illnesses. Consultation-liaison psychiatry services will find this volume essential for both trainees and senior clinicians who are caring for patients at the end of life. –Jon A. Levenson, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, Attending Psychiatrist, Division of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, Director, Undergraduate Medical Education in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry
The Clinical Manual of Palliative Care Psychiatry is a concise and clearly written handbook that will be useful to both psychiatric physicians, advanced practice nurses, and other professionals working at the bedside of patients with serious illness. Intuitively organized, its brief and helpful chapters provide the newcomer with critical overviews, and the more experienced clinician with a framework to be sure he/she has hit all the marks. Fairman, Hirst, and Irwin have done a commendable job of condensing the most up-to-date evidence into a pocket-type guide that should inform and improve clinical care for years to come. –Thomas B. Strouse, M.D., FAPM, DFAPA, Maddie Katz Professor of Palliative Care Research and Education, Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry
Psychiatry is a very valuable but underutilized resource in oncology, palliative care, geriatrics, and long-term care. The frequency of serious psychological concerns is quite high in those with advanced illness and this book is a unique resource that addresses all aspects of suffering and effective treatment. This comprehensive resource on how psychiatry can enhance palliative care should be required reading for all professionals working with the seriously ill and dying. –Dr. Stephen R. Connor, Senior Fellow to Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance

The Anxiety Workbook: A 7-Week Plan to Overcome Anxiety, Stop Worrying, and End Panic by Arlin Cuncic MA

English | September 26, 2017 | ISBN: 1623159733 | EPUB | 226 pages | 3.1 MB

“This book offers an engaging, lucid, and practical road map for understanding and taking charge of one’s own anxiety.” ―Steven Gans MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
The persistent burden of anxiety, stress, and depression is debilitating and often feels unavoidable. However, armed with the right tools you can identify the sources of your anxiety and take a proactive, step-by-step approach to find relief. Arlin Cuncic, longtime mental health writer and social anxiety expert, whose blog Healthline named one of the ‘Best Anxiety Blogs of the Year’ provides a step-by-step, 7-week program to take control of anxiety. The Anxiety Workbook is an anxiety workbook filled with practical advice and in-depth strategies proven to conquer everyday anxiety.
An actionable plan to defeat anxiety, The Anxiety Workbook includes:
A 7-Week Program for overcoming anxiety, reducing worry, and ending panic
Helpful Tools including checklists, guidelines, and activities to help you understand your anxiety and set action-oriented goals to address it
An Essential Overview covering the basics of anxiety and how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approaches it
„There are so many books out there that claim to help you understand and manage your anxiety. What makes this one different? It is accessible and straightforward, and offers motivation to complete the work of healing.“ ―Tatiana Zdyb Ph.D., M.A., Clinical Psychology

Dyslexia and Neuroscience :
The Geschwind-Galaburda Hypothesis 30 Years Later

English | 2018 | ISBN: 1681252252 | 241 Pages | PDF | 2.24 MB

Thirty years ago, the groundbreaking Geschwind-Galaburda hypothesis defined the field of dyslexia, revealing and analyzing the complex associations among brain development, hormones, immune activity, and brain lateralization. This important volume revisits the hypothesis three decades later and explores key questions: What have we learned since then, and what still needs to be investigated?
Based on presentations from the 2016 Extraordinary Brain Symposium—and co-edited by one of the authors of the original hypothesis—this book synthesizes current dyslexia findings from more than 30 top researchers and practitioners. The contributors share diverse perspectives, concerns, challenges, and solutions, with brief jargon-free summaries at the beginning of each chapter to make the book accessible to a wider audience. Each chapter also points to research gaps and remaining questions to help shape future innovations from the next generation of researchers. A landmark addition to the literature on dyslexia and neuroscience, this forward-thinking volume should be on the shelf of every researcher and graduate student whose work focuses on neuroscience and dyslexia.
Explore current findings on:
– the clinical and sociological aspects of dyslexia
– early atypical brain development in developmental dyslexia
– reading in children with developmental disorders
– brain asymmetries and sex differences in developmental dyslexia
– sex differences in cognition and learning
– intergenerational transmission of reading and reading brain networks
– animal models of early neural disruption
– the genetic factors that underlie handedness and left hemisphere language dominance
– the genetics of specific reading disability
– and more essential dyslexia topics

An Interactive Approach to Writing Essays and
Research Reports in Psychology, Fourth Edition

English | 2018 | ISBN: 0730358976 | 268 Pages | PDF | 6.6 MB

Fully updated to reflect the latest 6th edition of the APA Publication Manual, An Interactive Approach to Writing Essays and Research Reports in Psychology, 4th Edition is a writing guide that offers students an engaging, accessible introduction to the conventions of writing in the psychology discipline. Its straightforward, user-friendly style provides a thorough overview and is most suited for undergraduate students taking an introductory psychology course at university. The 4th edition contains an enhanced coverage of web research and writing and contains a new chapter on Qualitative Research.
Lorelle Burton teaches psychology at the University of Southern Queensland (ISQ).

Heinz Harbach, „Computer und menschliches Verhalten: Informatik und die Zukunft der Soziologie“

German | 2011 | ISBN: 3531183494 | PDF | pages: 113 | 0.8 mb

Format Paperback German Subject Social Science

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Dyslexia and Neuroscience The Geschwind-Galaburda Hypothesis 30 Years Later.pdf
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