Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration (3rd edition)

ISBN : 9780190690465

John C. Norcross; Marvin R. Goldfried
696 ページ
178 x 254 mm

Hailed by one reviewer as "the bible of the integration movement," the inaugural edition of Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration was the first compilation of the early integrative approaches to therapy. Since its publication psychotherapy integration has grown into a mature, empirically supported, and international movement, and the current edition provides a comprehensive review of what has been done.

Reflecting the considerable advances in the field since the previous edition's release in 2005, this third edition of Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration continues to be the state-of-the-art description of psychotherapy integration and its clinical practices by some of its most distinguished proponents. Six chapters new to this edition describe growing areas of psychotherapy research and practice: common factors therapy, principle-based integration, integrative psychotherapy with children, mixing psychotherapy and self-help, integrating research and practice, and international themes. The latter two of these constitute contemporary thrusts in the integration movement: blending research and practice, and recognizing its international nature. Also closely examined are the concepts, history, training, research, global themes, and future of psychotherapy integration. Each chapter includes a new section on cultural considerations, and an emphasis is placed throughout the volume on outcome research. Charting the remarkable evolution of psychotherapy integration itself, the third edition of this Handbook will continue to prove invaluable to practitioners, researchers, and students alike.


Summary Outline
The Editors
The Contributors
Part I: Conceptual and Historical Perspectives
1. A Primer on Psychotherapy Integration
John C. Norcross and Erin F. Alexander
2. A History of Psychotherapy Integration
Marvin R. Goldfried, John E. Pachankis, and Brien J. Goodwin
Part II: Integrative Psychotherapy Models
A. Common Factors/Processes
3. Integration of Common Factors and Specific Ingredients
Bruce E. Wampold and Pal G. Ulvenes
4. A Principle-Based Approach to Psychotherapy Integration
Catherine F. Eubanks and Marvin R. Goldfried
5. Feedback Informed Treatment
Cynthia L. Maeschalck, David S. Prescott, and Scott D. Miller
B. Technical Eclecticism
6. Multimodal Therapy
Clifford N. Lazarus and Arnold A. Lazarus
7. Systematic Treatment Selection
Andres J. Consoli & Larry E. Beutler
C. Theoretical Integration
8. The Transtheoretical Approach
James O. Prochaska and Carlo C. DiClemente
9. Cyclical Psychodynamics and Integrative Relational Psychotherapy
Paul L. Wachtel and Gregory J. Gagnon
D. Assimilative Integration
10. Assimilative Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
George Stricker and Jerry Gold
11. Cognitive-Behavioral Assimilative Integration
Louis G. Castonguay, Michelle G. Newman, and Martin Grosse Holtforth
Part III: Integrative Psychotherapies for Specific Disorders & Populations
A. Specific Disorders
12. Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder
Heidi L. Heard and Marsha M. Linehan
13. Integrative Treatment of Generalized Anxiety
Henny A. Westra and Michael J. Constantino
14. Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy for Chronic Depression
James P. McCullough, Jr. and Elisabeth Schramm
B. Specific Populations & Modalities
15. Integrative Psychotherapy with Culturally Diverse Clients
Jeff E. Harris, Natasha Shukla, and Allen E. Ivey
16. Integrative Psychotherapy with Children
Athena A. Drewes and John W. Seymour
17. Integrating Self-Help and Psychotherapy
Amanda Edwards-Stewart and John C. Norcross
Part IV: Training, Research, International, and Future Directions
18. Training and Supervision in Psychotherapy Integration
John C. Norcross and Marcella Finnerty
19. Outcome Research on Psychotherapy Integration
James F. Boswell, Michelle G. Newman, and Lata K. McGinn
20. Integrating Research and Practice
Louis G. Castonguay, Michael J. Constantino, & Henry Xiao
21. International Themes in Psychotherapy Integration
Beatriz Gomez, Shigeru Iwakabe, and Alexandre Vaz
22. Future Directions in Psychotherapy Integration
Catherine F. Eubanks, Marvin R. Goldfried, and John C. Norcross
Subject Index
Name Index


John C. Norcross, PhD, ABPP, is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Scranton, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at SUNY Upstate Medical University, and a clinical psychologist in part-time practice. He is past-president of the APA Society of Clinical Psychology, the APA Division of Psychotherapy, and the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration.; Among his 25 coauthored books are Psychotherapy Relationships That Work, Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice in Behavioral Health, Insider's Guide to Graduate Programs in Psychology, Psychologists' Desk Reference, and Systems of Psychotherapy: A Transtheoretical Analysis, now in its 9th edition.; Marvin R. Goldfried, PhD, ABPP, is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Stony Brook University, where he was involved in developing its graduate program in clinical psychology. In addition to teaching, supervision, and research, he maintains a practice of psychotherapy in New York City. He is a diplomate in clinical psychology, fellow in the APA, and recipient of several awards from various professional organizations.; He is past president of the clinical division of the APA, the psychotherapy division of the APA, and the Society for Psychotherapy Research. Dr. Goldfried is cofounder of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration, founder of AFFIRM: Psychologists Affirming Their Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Family, and founder of the Two-Way Bridge Between Research and Practice.