The newest clinical titles in the APA Books® E-Collections include a groundbreaking guide for treating PTSD in first responders. Also available are a book with updates on Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), an approach that gives patients corrective emotional and relational experiences that mobilize changes in the brain.
New academic releases include a major ethics guide that is an invaluable aid to understanding and navigating the ethical challenges that confront new and seasoned researchers alike. Additionally, a book that examines anger in the work environment within individual and team contexts and a guide to multimethod psychological assessment of disordered thinking and perception have been added.
New additions to APA PsycBooks provide insight into the counseling process.
One title presents principles and methods for working with emotion in psychotherapy to address the core maladaptive processes that cause anxiety, depression, and other common mental health disorders. The other examines how psychotherapists can be appropriately responsive to clients’ unique needs across a variety of therapeutic approaches.
New additions to the APA Books® E-Collections cover sexual harassment and therapies for PTSD.
The newest clinical titles provide two approaches for treating individuals with PTSD. One book presents prolonged exposure therapy (PE), a specific manualized exposure therapy program for PTSD. Another details cognitive behavior therapy for postdisaster distress (CBT-PD), a transdiagnostic approach to the treatment of a range of distressing symptoms that occur due to an individual’s involvement with a mass casualty disaster.
The newest academic title is the much-anticipated revision of Evaluating Sexual Harassment: Psychological, Social, and Legal Considerations in Forensic Examinations. The new edition provides essential information to psychologists conducting evidence-based forensic consultation and other professionals who deal with sexual harassment cases.
New titles on social psychology and clinical treatment are now available through your library as part of your institution’s APA PsycBooks subscription.
The latest book in APA’s Political Psychology in Latin America series presents a broad spectrum of theoretical and methodological perspectives illustrating how political psychology has addressed critical social issues in Latin America. Also available is a volume providing a succinct overview of the processes and mechanisms responsible for conditioning and learning. Other clinically-focused works describe treatments for patients with chronic respiratory diseases and alternative treatments for PTSD.
New releases in the APA Books® E-Collections cover cognitive behavioral therapy, immigration in Central and South America, and researching everyday life.
The newest clinical title is a two-volume handbook exploring cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a psychological treatment that focuses on shifting unhelpful thinking or behavior patterns to more adaptive thinking or behavior patterns. The handbook provides the background of CBT in both historical and theoretical terms and covers applications of the treatment.
New academic titles include a book that addresses the urgent issues that face migrants throughout Central and South America, offering conceptual, theoretical, and methodological tools for understanding the psychological processes that underlie migration and intergroup contact. Another book offers a step-by-step guide to researching what people do in their everyday lives.