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Title Evidence-based practice in action : bridging clinical science and intervention / edited by Sona Dimidjian.

Publication Info. New York, NY : The Guilford Press, [2019]


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 Levine Library - Circulating Collection  RC454 .E867 2019    Available
Description xiv, 450 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Context and Key Concepts -- History and Process of Evidence-Based Practice in Mental Health / Bonnie Spring, Sara Hoffman Marchese, and Jeremy Steglitz -- History and Evolution of the NIH Stage Model: Overcoming Hurdles to Create Behavioral Interventions to Improve the Public Health / Lisa S. Onken -- Insufficiently appreciated raison d'être of Evidence-Based Practice / Scott O. Lilienfeld, Lorie A. Ritschel, Steven Jay Lynn, and Robert D. Latzman -- Part II. Core Components of Evidence-based practice -- Doing Right by Your Patients: What Do Clinicians Need to Know About Randomized Clinical Trials? / Helena Chmura Kraemer and Vyjeyanthi S. Periyakoil -- Systematic Reviews in Mental Health / Pim Cuijers and Ioana A. Cristea -- Clinical Practice Guidelines / Steven D. Hollon -- Moving Beyond "One Size Fits All" / Zachary D. Cohen, Yoni K. Ashar, and Robert J. DeRubeis -- Role of Culture in Evidence-Based Practice / Manuel Barrera, Jr. and Felipe González Castro -- Reaching the unreached: The importance of context in evidence-based practice in low-resource settings / Syed Usman Hamdani and Atif Rahman -- Clinical Expertise: A Critical Issue in the Age of Evidence-Based Practice / Bruse E. Wampold, James W. Lichtenberg, Rodney K. Goodyear and Terence J.G. Tracey -- Working Smarter, Not Harder: Comparing Evidence-Based Assessment to the Conventional Routine Assessment Process / Eric A. Youngstrom and Anna Van Meter -- Part 3: Illustrations of Evidence-Based Practice in Action -- Idiographic Hypothesis-Testing Approach to Psychotherapy: Using Case Formulation and Progress Monitoring to Guide Treatment / Jacqueline B. Persons and Lisa S. Talbot -- Collaborative Case Conceptualization: a Bridge Between Science and Practice / Shadi Bechai, Willem Kuyken, and Rob Kidney -- Integrating Basic Research into a Phase Approach to Guide Clinical Practice / Bethany A. Teachman and Rachel K. Narr -- Practice of Dialectical Behavior Therapy With Multidiagnostic and Suicidal Patients: Chelsey R. Wilds and Marsha M. Linehan -- Implementing Cogntive-Behavoiral Therapy to Treat a Fear of Morphing in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder / Roz Shafran, Eva Zysk, and Tim Williams -- Using an Experimental Therapeutics Approach to Target Psychopathy / Emily Kemp and Arielle Baskin-Sommers -- Sequential Repetitive Transcranial magnetic stimulation and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for treatment-resistant depression: rationale and clinical illustration of evidence-based practice in action: Evan Collins, Susan E. Abbey, Norman Farb, Jonathan Downar, and Zindel V. Segal -- 19. Beyond specialty mental health: rationale and clinical application of behavioral activation in primary care: Sam Hubley, Christopher R. Martell, and Jennifer N. Carty -- 20. E-Behavioral activation in primary care for depression: measurement-based Remission-Focused Treatment / Joseph M. Trombello and Madhukar H. Trivedi -- "Real-life" Biopsychosocial Psychotherapy Case / Christine M. Nezu, Arthur M. Nezu, and Meghan M. Colosimo -- Clinical Decision Making in Combined Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy with Complex Clients: Adopting an Evidence-Based Approach in a Partial Hospitalization Setting / Catherine D'Avanzato and Mark Zimmerman -- Part IV: Training, Supervision, and Consultation to Promote Evidence-Based Practice -- Mental Health Training: Implications of the Clinical Science Model / Robert W. Levenson -- role of the Consultation Team in Supporting Therapists and Preventing Burnout / Charles R. Swenson -- Why Therapists Need to Take a Good Look at Themselves: Self-Practice/Self-Reflection as an Integrative Training strategy for Evidence-Based Practices / James Bennett-Levy and Beverly Haarhoff -- Augmenting Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy With Alliance-Focused Training: a Research-Informed Case Study / Jessica Kraus, Jeremy D. Safran, and J. Christopher Muran -- Training Evidence-Based Practitioners: Recommendations for the Improvement of Instructional Design and Delivery / Donna M. Sudak and Richard Trent Codd III -- Author index -- Subject index
Summary "The evidence-based practice (EBP) movement has always been about implementing optimal health care practices. Practitioners have three primary roles they can play in relation to the research evidence in EBP: scientists, systematic reviewers, and research consumers. Learning EBP is an acculturation process begun during professional training that seamlessly integrates research and practice"--Provided by publisher
Subject Evidence-based psychotherapy.
Mental health.
Mental Health. (DNLM)D008603
Evidence-Based Practice. (DNLM)D055317
Psychotherapy -- methods. (DNLM)D011613Q000379
Added Author Dimidjian, Sona, editor.
ISBN 9781462539765 (hardback ; alkaline paper)
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