5 edition of What Works for Whom?, Second Edition found in the catalog.
November 5, 2004 by The Guilford Press .
Written in English
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"The second edition of What Works for Whom. is more than an update. It takes a much broader approach than the first edition, with greater emphasis on the contexts in which interventions for child mental health disorders are delivered.
The summaries of evidence for each type of disorder are particularly helpful/5(2). Roth and Fonagy have tackled an enormous and difficult question with all the nuance and intellectual muscle required in their second edition of What Works for Whom. They have not shied away from deeply examining the pros and pitfalls of quantitative psychotherapy research, and they have scoured the English language evidence thoroughly in their search for.
What Works for Whom?, Second Edition: A Critical Review of Treatments for Children and Adolescents. The standard reference in the field, this acclaimed work synthesizes findings from hundreds of carefully selected studies of mental health treatments for children and adolescents.
"The second edition of What Works for Whom. is more than an update. It takes a much broader approach than the first edition, with greater emphasis on the contexts in which interventions for child mental health disorders are delivered. The summaries of evidence for each type of disorder are particularly helpful.4/5(9).
This acclaimed work provides a systematic, comprehensive, and balanced evaluation of the current status of all major psychotherapeutic approaches. With a primary focus on adults, detailed evidence is presented for the efficacy of widely used interventions for frequently encountered mental disorders and specific populations.
The Roth and Fonagy volume, now in its updated second edition, provides a clinically sophisticated guide to utilizing the existing research with judicious sensitivity to the client who does not fit neatly into oversimplified categories of diagnosis and treatment brands. Simply put, this is the best book on the topic/5(14).
Peter Fonagy PhD, David Cottrell, Jeannette Phillips MB BS MRCP(UK), Dickon Bevington BA MB BS MRCPsych, Danya Glaser MB BS DCH FRCPsych, Elizabeth Allison, “What Works for Whom?, Second Edition: A Critical Review of Treatments for Children and Adolescents, 2nd Edition”.
`This Second Edition of the Handbook constitutes a comprehensive work which reflects the current status of counselling psychology and highlights developmental trends for the future. "The second edition of What Works for Whom. is more than an update.
It takes a much broader approach than the first edition, What Works for Whom? greater emphasis on the contexts in which interventions for child mental health disorders are delivered/5(6).
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The difference between the two is. What Works for Whom. A Critical Review of Treatments for Children and Adolescents: Second Edition. Author(s): Peter Fonagy, Author(s): David Cottrell, Author(s): Jeanette Phillips, Author(s): Dickon Bevington, Author(s): Danya Glaser, Author(s): Elizabeth Allison.
Meeting the growing demand for resources on evidence-based practice, this acclaimed work has now been fully revised and expanded with the latest treatment data. Like its predecessor, the second edition provides a systematic, comprehensive, and balanced evaluation of the current status of all major psychotherapeutic approaches.
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The first edition of this book, published inwas based on a report commissioned in by the U.K. Department of Health as part of its review of the planning and provision of psychological therapy services.
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