Clinical Psychology by T.J.Trull & M.J. Prinstein – 8th ed.
Clinical Psychology by Timothy J.Trull and Mitchell J.Prinstein pdf – Eighth Edition
Clinical Psychology strives to present an in-depth look at the field of clinical psychology, document the many activities of clinical psychologists, and highlight the trends in the field that are likely to shape the field in the coming years.
This book emphasizes evidence-based assessment and treatment approaches, as well as the influence of culture, gender, and diversity in these approaches. The first major change you will notice is that Mitch Prinstein, Ph.D. has joined the author team. Mitch brings some great expertise and perspectives to this edition. In addition to being an expert in child and adolescent psychopathology, Mitch is known for his accomplishments in the teaching of clinical psychology, in mentoring undergraduate students who seek careers in psychology, and in training the next generation of clinical psychologists. You will see his “fingerprints” throughout this edition.
As before, this edition of the text has been updated to reflect changes in the field of clinical psychology and new empirical evidence evaluating major approaches to prevention, assessment, and treatment. Briefly, we would like to highlight some of this edition’s major features.
- PART I Foundations of Clinical Psychology
- PART II Clinical Assessment
- PART III Clinical Interventions
- PART IV Specialties in Clinical Psychology
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