Table of contents for A clinician's guide to the theory and practice of termination of psychotherapy / [edited by] William O'Donohue, Michael A. Cucciare.

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Table of Contents
Section I: Issues, Controversies, and Strategies
Editor¿s Introduction						William O¿Donohue, Ph.D.
University of Nevada, Reno	Michael Cucciare, Ph.D.
Veteran¿s Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System
Stanford University School of Medicine
Managed Care and Termination				Blake Chaffee, Ph.D.
Forced Termination: Trainees' Treatment 
Terminations with Clients 			Nehami Baum, Ph.D.
								Bar Ilan University
Premature Termination Issues 
PRIVATE Involving Psychoanalytic Therapy 			Douglas Frayn,M.D.
University of Toronto
Terminating Psychotherapy Therapeutically		Steven R.Graybar, Ph.D.
								Leah Leonard, M.A. 
								University of Nevada, Reno								
Interruption Replaces Termination in Focused, 
Intermittent psychotherapy Throughout the Life Cycle
Nicholas Cummings, Ph.D., Sc.D.
University of Nevada, Reno
Clinical Case Conceptualizations and 
Termination of Psychotherapy 			
Michael A. Cucciare, Ph.D.
Veteran¿s Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System
Stanford University School of Medicine
William O¿Donohue, Ph.D.
University of Nevada, Reno
Termination at Each Stage of Change
James O. Prochaska, Ph.D.
University of Rhode Island
Ethical Issues in Termination			
Elizabeth Welfel, Ph.D.	 
Cleveland State University
Section II: Termination in the Context of Various Treatment Models, Populations, and Patient Problems. 
A Relational Take on Termination in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
	Elizabeth Ochoa, Ph.D.
Christopher Muran, Ph.D.
Beth Israel Medical Center
 Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Termination and Long Term Treatments		
Steven J. Ellman, Ph.D.
City University of New York
Behavior Therapy and Termination
Geoffrey L. Thorpe
Elaine McMillan	
Lindsay R. Owings
Rachel Dawson
University of Maine
Termination of Psychotherapy with Children		Brie Moore, M.S. 
								University of Nevada, Reno
Brenda Bursch, Ph.D.
David Geffen School of 
Medicine at UCLA
Patricia Walshaw, M.A
Temple University
Termination with Adolescence
James X Bembry, Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Termination of Psychotherapy with Older Adults		
								Jeffrey Buchanan, Ph.D.
								Anne Bonsall-Hoekstra
							Minnesota State University, 
John L. Rodman
Veteran¿s Affairs Medical Center,
Minneapolis, MN
Termination with Persons with Depressive Disorders 
Keith Dobson, Ph.D.
Lauren C. Haubert, M.Sc.
University of Calgary
Termination with Patients with Anxiety Disorders 
Holly Hazlett-Stevens, Ph.D.
Boston University
Termination with Patients with Psychotic Disorders 
Andreea L. Seritan, M.D.
UC Davis
Helping Them "Get Their Act Together"? 
An Action Theory Approach on Treatment 
Termination with Patients Suffering from 
Personality Disorders
Golan Shahar, Ph.D.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Yale University
Netta Horesh
Bar-Ilan University
Guina Cohen
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Termination with Persons with Substance Use Disorders
Anne Skinstad, Ph.D. 
Peter Nathan, Ph.D. 
University of Iowa
Clinical Considerations in the Termination of 
Psychotherapy with Suicidal Patients
Kirk Strosahl, Ph.D.
Mountain View Consulting Group Inc.
Central Washington Family Medicine
John Chiles M.D.
University of Washington School of Medicine
Termination in Inpatient and Residential Settings 	Keith Harris, Ph.D. 
								Jennifer Pien-Wong, Ph.D.
Veteran¿s Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System
Termination, Psychotherapy, and Psychopharmacology
William Follette, Ph.D.
University of Nevada, Reno
Termination with Japanese Clients			Harai Hiroaki, Ph.D.
Kikuchi National Hospital, Division of Clinical Research

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychotherapy -- Termination.
Psychotherapist and patient.
Psychotherapy -- methods.
Professional-Patient Relations.
Treatment Outcome.