Psychiatry In The New Millennium
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📒Psychiatry In The New Millennium ✍ Sidney H. Weissman
✏Psychiatry in the New Millennium Book Summary : In an era where scientific advances frequently make even the most recent scientific or medical journal articles dated soon after their publication, it is more crucial than ever for practitioners to be able to effectively evaluate new information. Using the millennium as a benchmark for surveying progress in the field, this indispensable volume captures the current state of the discipline and considers its future evolution. Key chapters by some of the field's most respected practitioners consider the impact of changing conceptual, organizational, and philosophical issues, as well as of neuroscience research findings, on the shape of the discipline. The current and future relevance of psychoanalysis; the role of social psychiatry as translator and bridge between the worlds of treatment, practice, and public policy; and the need for a new multiaxial diagnostic system that addresses motive and meaning as well as the biological and genetic contributions to behavior are just a few of the issues explored. Other chapters consider the role of genetics and molecular biology in research on mental illness; the potential uses of functional brain imaging in clinical practice; a clinical model for selecting psychotherapy and/or pharmacotherapy; and the challenge of developing research methods for assessing treatment effectiveness. Also examined are issues such as practice guidelines, managed care and the financing of mental health treatment, and the ethical conduct of the psychiatrist. The book's final chapters survey the psychiatric workforce of today and tomorrow, including its composition and education, and, finally, offer predictions about psychiatry in the next century. In Psychiatry in the New Millennium, psychiatrists and residents alike will find information vital to their understanding of both this century's psychiatric foundations and the next century's new discoveries.
📒Mental Disorders Of The New Millennium ✍ Thomas G. Plante
✏Mental Disorders of the New Millennium Book Summary : Experts in their respective fields offer reader-friendly information and the latest research on issues of contemporary abnormal psychology that are often in the headlines and at the heart of current events today.
📒Check Up From The Neck Up ✍ Joan Andrews
✏Check Up from the Neck Up Book Summary : Two talented therapists with 17 to 25 year of experience provide straight forward and practical methods of preventing and treating a wide range of mental disorders involving depression, moodiness, rage attacks, obsessions, anxiety attacks, addictions, attention deficit disorder, disorganization, time management, anger, shame, guilt, sex, menopause and problems at work, sleep, and spirituality.
📒Cognitive Psychotherapy Toward A New Millennium ✍ Tullio Scrimali
✏Cognitive Psychotherapy Toward a New Millennium Book Summary : In the roughly two decades since Aaron T. Beck published the now classic "Cognitive Therapy of Depression," and Michael J. Mahoney declared the "Cognitive Revolution," much has happened. What was proposed as the "cognitive revolution" has now become the zeitgeist, and Cognitive Therapy (CT) has grown exponentially with each passing year. A treatment model that was once seen as diffe rent, strange, or even alien, is now commonplace. In fact, many people have allied themselves with CT claiming that they have always done CT. Even my psychoanalytic colleagues have claimed that they often use CT. "After all," they say, "Psychoanalysis is a cognitive therapy." Cognitive Therapy (or Cognitive Psychotherapy) has become a kaleidoscope model of treatment, with influences coming from many sources. Some of these contributory streams have been information pro cessing, behavior therapy, Constructivist psychology, and dynamic psychotherapy. Each of these sources have added color, shading, and depth to the CT model. What was originally uni dimensional in terms of the CT focus on depression has become multidimensional as the CT model has been applied to virtually every patient population, treatment setting, and therapy context. CT must now be seen as a general model of psychotherapy that, with modifications, can be applied to the broad range of clinical problems and syndromes. What has tied these various applications of CT together is the emphasis on a strong grounding in cogni tive theory, a commitment to empirical support, and a dedication to broadening the model.
✏Let Your Soul Evolve Spiritual Growth for the New Millennium Second Edition Book Summary : Let Your Soul Evolve, Spiritual Growth for the New Millennium, is a book authored by Phil Diaz and P.D. Alleva, that explores the world of human and spiritual potential. Using their own works along with chapters by contributing authors, the book guides the reader on a journey of personal growth in perception and belief systems. The reader is presented with precepts and writings that provide a new insights and perspectives on spirituality, healing and our inner world as spiritual beings. "This book uses the wisdom of the ages, our present day knowledge on healing and the mysteries of quantum mechanics to open up a new age of therapeutic practice. This book is meant to empower all of us to become the creation beings we really are. The book shows us how to rediscover our real powers for creation and transformation. Quantum mechanics are proof of what the majority of us have forgotten, we are all angels that have unimaginable abilities--all we have to do is remember how to use them." - Phil Diaz "We have now come to the Age of Aquarius, the celestial cosmic turning of the dawn of a new consciousness. This is thought evolution, spiritual evolution. We are soldiers in a spiritual war and we must choose which side we will make a stand with. Crazy as it sounds, we are choosing a battle between our spirit and our brain, for this is a battle that is won from within, through the actions of the heart, by finding balance." - P. D. Alleva Keywords: Spiritual Growth, Spirituality, Alternative Healing, Energy Healing, Psychology, Addiction Therapy, Trauma Therapy, Quantum Energy, Spiritual Growth Therapy, Manifestation
📒Pharmacology And Therapeutics In The New Millennium ✍ S.K. Gupta
✏Pharmacology and Therapeutics in the New Millennium Book Summary : During the past several years tremendous advancements have been made in the field of pharmacology and therapeutics. While new therapeutic strategies are coming up, old ones are being improved by modifications, or being replaced with newer ones. The major topics covered in this book include: endothelins, current topics in cardiovascular research, molecular pharmacology, recent developments in cancer research, antioxidants, oxidants and human disease, herbal drugs, developments in neuropharmacology, myelin biology and demyelinating disease, pharmacovigilance, role of cytokines in health and disease, ocular pharmacology, detoxification of xenobiotics-biotransformation and transport, and several other topics of current interest. The aim of this book is to fulfill the needs of the basic and clinical researchers as well as the students, particularly related to areas of current interest in pharmacology and therapeutics.
📒Men S Health And Wellness For The New Millennium ✍ Valiere Alcena
✏Men s Health and Wellness for the New Millennium Book Summary : Millions of men suffer from diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cancer, obesity, and other ailments.Men's Health and Wellness for the New Millennium explains why these diseases occur, how to evaluate them, and how to treat them. Geared toward the medical professional but written in such a way that a layperson can understand its language and concepts, Dr. Valiere Alcena explains the best way to take a person's blood pressure, how hypertension affects different areas of the brain, the proper ways to treat various diseases in men, and much more. Dr. Alcena also delves into the risk factors for different age groups and races, explains the variations between assorted types of strokes, and offers suggestions to men and their doctors on how to reduce susceptibility to various illnesses. If you are a doctor trying to diagnose or treat an illness or if you are simply looking for recommendations on how to cope with or avoid an illness, Men's Health and Wellness for the New Millennium has the answers you seek.
📒Mental Disorders Of The New Millennium Public And Social Problems ✍ Thomas G. Plante
✏Mental Disorders of the New Millennium Public and social problems Book Summary : Contains twelve articles written for the educated lay audience on topics related to contemporary mental disorders, focusing on public and social problems, with discussion of post-traumatic stress disorder, homicide-suicide, substance abuse among adolescents, workaholism, and other subjects.
📒Healing Psychiatry ✍ David H Brendel
✏Healing Psychiatry Book Summary : A new patient-centered approach to psychiatry that aims to resolve the field's conceptual tension between science and humanism by drawing on classical American pragmatism and contemporary pragmatic bioethics. Psychiatry today is torn by opposing sensibilities. Is it primarily a science of brain functioning or primarily an art of understanding the human mind in its social and cultural context? Competing conceptions of mental illness as amenable to scientific explanation or as deeply complex and beyond the reach of empirical study have left the field conceptually divided between science and humanism. In Healing Psychiatry David Brendel takes a novel approach to this stubborn problem. Drawing on the classical American pragmatism of Charles Sanders Peirce, William James, and John Dewey, as well as contemporary work of pragmatic bioethicists, Brendel proposes a "clinical pragmatism" that synthesizes scientific and humanistic approaches to mental health care. Psychiatry, he argues, must integrate scientific and humanistic models by emphasizing the practical, pluralistic, participatory, and provisional aspects of clinical diagnosis and treatment. Psychiatrists need to have the skill and flexibility to use scientific and humanistic approaches in a collaborative, open-ended clinical process; they must recognize the complexity of human suffering even as they strive for scientific rigor. This is the only way, he writes, that psychiatry can heal its conceptual rift and the emotional wounds of its patients. Healing Psychiatry explores these issues from both clinical and theoretical standpoints and uses case histories to support its basic argument. Brendel calls for an open-minded and flexible yet scientifically informed approach to understanding, diagnosing, and treating mental disorders. And he considers the future of psychiatry, applying the principles of clinical pragmatism to a broad range of ethical concerns in psychiatric training and research.
✏Canadian Journal of Psychiatry Book Summary :