Table of contents for Clinical psychology : integrating science and practice / by Arthur Freeman, Stephanie H. Felgoise, Denise D. Davis.

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Part I-Introduction
1. Introduction: The history, politics and social environment of clinical psychology 
2. The fields of clinical psychology: Professional culture and subspecialties
3. Working with cultural diversity
4. Clinical research and outcome assessment
Part II ? Basic Techniques for Clinicians
	Assessment Techniques
5. Why people become clients: Understanding Psychopathology
6. Introduction to assessment: The biopsychosocial systems model of human behavior
7. A scientific approach to assessment and methods of gathering data
8. The logistics of assessment and a closer look at the clinical interview
Intervention Techniques
9. Developing a case conceptualization
10. Developing a treatment plan: therapeutic alliance and collaborative goals
11. Therapeutic methods: building psychotherapy skills
12. Understanding, facilitating and evaluating change
13. Impediments to change
14. Effective Termination
Part III ? What Every Clinician Needs to Know
15. Self care and ethics: applying the techniques of positive psychology

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Clinical psychology.
Psychology, Clinical.
Mental Disorders -- diagnosis.
Mental Disorders -- therapy.
Psychotherapy -- methods.