Applying Personality-Informed Treatment Strategies to Clinical Practice: A Theoretical and Practical Guide (Paperback)
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A strategic approach for positive change tailored to the unique qualities of different individuals, this text assists readers in factoring personality functioning into any psychotherapeutic undertaking, providing a guide for comprehensive Personality-Informed assessment and treatment planning.
Drawing upon research from across scientific disciplines, chapters emphasize the importance of a multidisciplinary approach in effectuating enduring therapeutic change whilst dealing with clients' unique personality styles. Also featured is Dr. Nevins' Personality Wheel, used throughout as a framework for therapeutically addressing the problematic personality patterns, styles, or traits related to most clients' presenting problems and for constructing healthy personality change.
Graduate students and professionals will benefit from the book's key insights into the major contributing factors underlying psychological distress due to maladaptive personality patterns, styles and traits.
About the Author
Bradley G. Nevins, PhD, has been a practicing clinical psychologist, consultant, clinical director, and faculty member serving medical institutions, universities, mental health, and government agencies for over 30 years.