Treating mental illness: aspects of modern therapy. Alfred M. Freedman and Harold I. Kaplan, editors.

; Kaplan, Harold I., 1927-1998, compiler ; Freedman, Alfred M. Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry
[1st ed.].. New York, Atheneum, [1972 [1971] .

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Other Authors Freedman, Alfred M.
Kaplan, Harold I., 1927-1998,
Subjects Mental Disorders -- therapy.
Series Studies in human behavior.
Description xvi, 426 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1972 [1971]
Notes "This book is one of a series based on the first edition of the Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry."
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary 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 psychiatric treatment.
Contents History of psychiatry and psychiatric treatment, by G. Mora.--Individual psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy, by R.L. Stewart and M. Levine.--Existential psychoanalysis: a fragment of the treatment of the case of Father M., by H. Holt.--Behavior therapy, by H. Urban and D.H. Ford.--Client-centered psychotherapy, by C.R. Rogers.--Hypnosis: an adjunct to psychotherapy, by H. Spiegel.--Direct analysis, by J.L. Rubins.--Group psychotherapy, by B.J. Sadock.--Family therapy, by N.W. Ackerman and S.W. Kempster.--Understanding and treating divorce: the six stations of divorce, by P. Bohannan.--Multiple therapists, by J.L. Rubins.--Psychodrama, by J.L. Rubins.--Psychomedical treatment of psychophysiologic disorders, by H.I. Kaplan.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)341295
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WorldCat Identities Freedman, Alfred M.,
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