The first edition of Formulation in Psychology and Psychotherapy caught the wave of growing interest in formulation in a clinical context. This completely updated and revised edition summarises recent practice, research, developments and debates while retaining the features that made the first a leading text in the field. It contains new chapters on personal construct formulation, formulation in health settings, and the innovative practice of using formulation in teams. The book sees formulation as a dynamic process which explores personal meaning collaboratively and reflectively, taking account of relational and social contexts. Two case studies, one adult and one child, illustrate the use of formulation from the perspectives of expert clinicians from six different theoretical positions. The book encourages the reader to take a constructively critical perspective on the many philosophical, professional and ethical debates raised by the process of formulating peopleas problems. Among the issues explored are: The social and political context of formulation Formulation in relation to psychiatric diagnosis The limitations of formulation Controversies and debates about formulation This readable and comprehensive guide to the field provides a clear, up to date and thought-provoking overview of formulation from a number of perspectives, essential for clinicians working in all areas of mental health and social care, psychology, therapy and counselling.Bruch, M. and Bond, F.W. (1998) Beyond Diagnosis: Case Formulation Approaches in Cognitive a Behavioural Therapy. London: Wiley. Butler ... Corrie, S. and Lane, D. (eds) (2010) Constructing Stories, Telling Tales: A Guide to Formulation in Applied Psychology. London: Karnac ... Division of Clinical Psychology (2011) Good Practice Guidelines on the Use of Psychological Formulation. Leicester: Theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Formulation in Psychology and Psychotherapy|
|Author||:||Lucy Johnstone, Rudi Dallos|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-07-18|