Treatment Plans and Interventions for Evidence-Based Psychotherapy
Edited by Robert L. Leahy
This series provides psychotherapy practitioners with a wealth of practical tools for treating clients with a range of presenting problems. Each volume synthesizes current information on a particular disorder or clinical population; demonstrates how to develop specific, tailored treatment plans; and describes interventions proven to reduce distress and alleviate symptoms. Step-by-step guidelines for planning and implementing treatment are illustrated with rich case examples. User-friendly features include reproducible self-report forms, handouts, and symptom checklists, all in a convenient large-size format. Specific strategies for handling treatment roadblocks are also detailed. Emphasizing a collaborative approach to treatment, books in this series enable therapists to offer their clients the very best in evidence-based practice.