Volume 1: Roots and Branches; Volume 2: Theory and Research; Volume 3: Applications and Methods; Volume 4: Psychopathology and Health; Volume 5: Education and Profession
Editors-in-Chief John C. Norcross, Gary R. VandenBos, and Donald K. Freedheim
The 5-volume APA Handbook of Clinical Psychology reflects the state-of-the-art in clinical psychology science, practice, research, and training. The Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of: the history of clinical psychology, specialties and settings, theoretical and research approaches, assessment, treatment and prevention, psychological disorders, health and relational disorders, health promotion, educational paths, psychologists’ development, ethics and standards, professional organizations, and future directions of clinical psychology.
How to Conduct Legal, Ethical, and Evidence-Based Telepractice
by David D. Luxton, Eve-Lynn Nelson, and Marlene M. Maheu
When providing telehealth services, physical distance can create ethical and safety challenges. Such challenges are manageable when following the best practices outlined in this book, which illustrates how to conduct mental health services via videoconferencing and other technologies.
Factors Moderating Language Proficiency
Edited by Elena Nicoladis and Simona Montanari
copublished by APA Books and De Gruyter Mouton
This book pioneers the study of bilingualism across the lifespan and in all its diverse forms. In framing the newest research within a lifespan perspective, the editors highlight the importance of considering an individual’s age in researching how bilingualism affects language acquisition and cognitive development. This book is a call for language researchers, psychologists, and educators to pursue a better understanding of bilingualism in our increasingly global society.
An Agenda for Health and Wellness
Edited by Shari E. Miles-Cohen and Caroline Signore
Contributors to this book examine the widespread barriers that prevent women with disabilities from accessing effective health care, and offer plans for action to improve wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention among this broad yet underserved population.
Culturally Informed Research and Clinical Strategies
Edited by Nolan Zane, Guillermo Bernal, and Frederick T.L. Leong
This book suggests strategies for promoting and strengthening research on evidence-based psychological practice with ethnic minority clients and highlights effective and culturally competent treatment programs.
The Science of Conversation in Forensic Contexts
by Debra Ann Poole
In this book, Debra Ann Poole presents a flexible, evidence-based approach to interviewing children that reduces the ambiguities and errors in children’s responses. Through her descriptions of best practices, brief summaries of supporting research, and example interview dialogs, Poole provides a roadmap for anyone working in a forensic context. This book is essential reading for those who interview children, supervise interviewers, review interview findings, or craft local policies about interviewing children.
Voices of Fire, Acts of Courage
Edited by Thema Bryant-Davis and Lillian Comas-Díaz
This inspiring book introduces the psychologies of womanists and mujeristas—African American women and Latinas, respectively, who have a broad and inclusive approach to feminism and liberation. Womanist and mujerista values and worldviews emphasize resiliency, strength, activism, self-expression, creativity, spirituality/connection, self-definition, and liberation of all oppressed people.