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5150: On Unethical Privacy  

Matthew E. Reynolds

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Jul 2015
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Oct 2014
5150: On Unethical Privacy is an autobiographical piece where Matthew Reynolds recounts the situation wherein he was involuntarily committed shortly before his 21st birthday. He describes ... More

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with Dementia Care-Givers  

María Oliva Márquez-González, Andrés Losada, and Rosa Romero-Moreno

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Oct 2014
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Jan 2015
Dementia caregiving is associated with negative physical and psychological health consequences. Multicomponent, behavioural, and psychotherapeutic interventions for reducing caregivers’ ... More

Access Denied: Dieter’s Struggle to Live in the World(s) of Others  

Dieter du Plessis

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Jul 2015
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Apr 2015
The autobiographical story of Dieter is sketched here to portray his struggle to fit in the worlds of others while living in a world that is created from his luscious and profound ... More

ADHD and Substance Use  

Karen J. Derefinko and William E. Pelham Jr.

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Oct 2016
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Nov 2014
This chapter discusses the current understanding of relations between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and substance use. Children with ADHD are at risk for problems in ... More

Adolescent Resilience: Promoting More Positive Outcomes Among Youth at Risk of Using and Abusing Substances  

Noelle Hurd and Marc Zimmerman

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Aug 2019
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Jan 2016
Resilience refers to positive adjustment among youth who have been exposed to one or more risk factor(s). In this chapter, we review articles published within the past two ... More

Advocacy, Ethics, and Values in Mental Health  

Jakki Cowley

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Jul 2015
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Nov 2014
This chapter discusses mental health advocacy in the UK and how the history of mental health care has influenced current practice, as well as how the advocacy sector in general has shaped ... More

Advocacy, Ethics, and Values in Mental Health  

Jakki Cowley

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Nov 2014
This chapter discusses mental health advocacy in the UK and how the history of mental health care has influenced current practice, as well as how the advocacy sector in general has shaped ... More

Alcohol and Drug Use as Risk Factors for Delinquent Behavior Among Adolescents  

Helene Raskin White, Courtney Cronley, and Padmini Iyer

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Aug 2019
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Jan 2016
This chapter examines alcohol and drug use as risk factors for delinquency during adolescence. There is strong evidence for comorbidity between substance use and delinquency for ... More

Anticipating the Future of Research on Substance Use and Substance Use Disorders  

Kenneth J. Sher and Alvaro Vergés

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Oct 2016
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Jan 2016
An increasing understanding of the etiology, course, prevention, and treatment of substance use disorders and their related harms continues apace, aided by multidisciplinary research ... More

Anticipating the Future of Research on Substance Use and Substance Use Disorders  

Kenneth J. Sher and Alvaro Vergés

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Sep 2016
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Mar 2016
An increasing understanding of the etiology, course, prevention, and treatment of substance use disorders and their related harms continues apace, aided by multidisciplinary research ... More

Application of the Expectancy Concept to Substance Use  

Sarah J. Peterson and Gregory T. Smith

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Aug 2019
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Dec 2016
This chapter provides an introduction to, and overview of, substance use expectancy theory, which offers one framework to explain why individuals approach and engage in substance use ... More

Applied Behavior Analysis  

Raymond Miltenberger, Byron G. Miller, and Heather M. Zerger

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Dec 2015
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Jul 2015
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the applied science and professional practice devoted to understanding and changing human behavior. The characteristics of applied behavior analysis ... More

Are Users and Survivors of Psychiatry Only Allowed to Speak about their Personal Narratives?  

Peter Lehmann

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Jul 2015
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Oct 2014
In modern psychiatry, professionals claim to speak to patients as equals, to take them seriously as a person. In this article, the author shares his personal experience, in which he—like ... More

Attachment as Moderator Variable in Counseling and Psychotherapy with Adults  

Cheri L. Marmarosh and Michelle Wallace

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Jul 2016
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Mar 2016
This chapter reviews John Bowlby’s attachment theory and examines how client attachments influence individual, couple, and group therapy treatments. Bowlby (1988) specifically emphasized ... More

Behavioral Activation  

Derek R. Hopko, Marlena M. Ryba, Crystal C. McIndoo, and Audrey File

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Dec 2015
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May 2015
Considered a third-wave behavior therapy, behavioral activation is a therapeutic process emphasizing structured attempts to increase overt behaviors likely to bring patients into contact ... More

“Belonging Bulimia”: Ethical Implications of Eating Disorders as Group Contagions  

Nancy Nyquist Potter and Jennifer Radden

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Jul 2015
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Oct 2014
This article examines the ethical issues associated with explaining, understanding, and treating disorderly eating behaviors (DEB) in young women. It argues that the kind of ... More

Body Image Disturbance During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period  

Kelly C. Allison and David B. Sarwer

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Apr 2016
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Jan 2014
Body image disturbances are common among women in the general population. Less is known about their prevalence and impact during pregnancy. This chapter examines the history of body image ... More

Boundary Problems: Negotiating the Challenges of Responsibility and Loss  

Jennifer Church

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Jun 2013
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Sep 2013
Many psychiatric disorders involve problems with the recognition and preservation of personal boundaries. Philosophy can help to clarify what is at stake, both socially and ... More

Brief Group Treatment  

Jerrold Lee Shapiro

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Aug 2011
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Sep 2012
Brief groups are defined as being time-limited, with a preset termination, with a process orientation, and being professionally led. Membership is closed, and members are screened for fit, ... More

Buddhist Perspectives on Psychiatric Ethics  

Joseph John Loizzo

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Jul 2015
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Dec 2014
This chapter surveys an interface of growing interest to clinicians and patients, from four points of view. First, it explores the growing dialogue between Buddhism and modern psychology, ... More

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