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Bergin and Garfield's Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change

Barkham, Michael / Lutz, Wolfgang / Castonguay, Louis G. (Herausgeber)


7. Auflage Oktober 2021
848 Seiten, Hardcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-53658-1
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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of a best-selling and renowned reference in psychotherapy research and practice.

Now celebrating its 50th anniversary and in its seventh edition, Bergin and Garfield's Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, maintains its position as the essential reference volume for psychotherapy research. This bestselling reference remains the most important overview of research findings in psychotherapy. It is a rigorous and evidence-based text for academics, researchers, practitioners, and students.

In recognition of the 50th anniversary, this edition contains a Foreword by Allen Bergin while the Handbook covers the following main themes: historical and methodological issues, measuring and evidencing change in efficacy and practice-based research, therapeutic ingredients, therapeutic approaches and formats, increasing precision and scale of delivery, and future directions in the field of psychotherapy research. Chapters have either been completely rewritten and updated or comprise new topics by contributors including:

* Characteristics of effective therapists
* Mindfulness and acceptance-based therapies
* Personalized treatment approaches
* The internet as a medium for treatment delivery
* Models of therapy and how to scale up treatment delivery to address unmet needs

The newest edition of this renowned Handbook offers state-of-the-art updates to the key areas in psychotherapy research and practice today. Over 60 authors, experts in their fields, from over 10 countries have contributed to this anniversary edition, providing in-depth, measured and insightful summaries of the current field.

Lists of Contributors
Contents of all Handbook Editions

Part 1: History and Methods

Chapter 1: Traditions and New Beginnings: Historical and Current Perspectivees on Research in Psychotherapy and Behavior Change
Wolfgang Lutz, Louis G Castonguay, Michael J Lambert, and Michael Barkham

Chpater 2: Methodological Foundations and Innovations in Quantitative Psychotherapy Research
Scott A Baldwin and Simon B Goldberg

Chapter 3: The Conceptualization, Design, and Evaluation of Qualitative Methods in Research on Psychotherapy
Heidi Levitt, John McLeod, and William B Stiles

Part ll: Measuring and Evidencing Change in Efficacy and Practice-Based Research

Chapter 4: Measuring, Predicting, and Tracking Change in Psychotherapy
Wolfgang Lutz, Kim de Jong, Julian A Rubel, and Jaime Delgadillo

Chapter 5: The Efficacy and Effectiveness of Psychological Therapies
Michael Barkham and Michael J Lambert

Chapter 6: Practice-Based Evidence- Findings from Routine Clinical Settings
Louis G Castonguay, Michael Barkham, Soo Jeong Youn, and Andrew C Page

Part lll: Therapeutic Ingredients

Chapter 7: Patient, Therapist, and Relational Factors
Michael J Constantino, James F Boswell, and Alice E Coyne

Chapter 8: Psychotherapy Process- Outcome Research: Advances in Understanding Casual Connections
Paul Crits-Christoph and Mary Beth Connolly Gibbons

Chapter 9: Therapist Effects: History, Methods, Magnitude, and Characteristics of Effective Therapists
Bruce E Wampold and Jesse Owen

Chapter 10: Training and Supervision in Psychotherapy: What We Know and Where We Need to Go
Sarah Knox and Clara E Hill

Chapter 11: Qualitative Research: Contributions to Psychotherapy Practice, Theory and Policy
John McLeod, William B Stiles, and Heidi M. Levitt

Part IV: Therapeutic Approaches and Formats

Chapter 12: Research on Dynamic Therapies
Jacques P Barber, J Christopher Muran, Kevin S McCarthy, John R Keefe and Sigal Zilcha-Mano

Chapter 13: Research on Humanistic-Experiential Psychotherapies: Updated Review
Robert Elliot, Jeanne Watson, Ladislav Timulak, and Jason Sharbanee

Chapter 14: Cognitive, Behavioral and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (First and Second Waves)
Michelle G Newman, W Stewart Agras, David A F Haaga, and Robin B Jarrett

Chapter 15: Mindfulness and Acceptance-Based Treatments
Evan M Forman, Joanna J Arch, Jonathan B Bricker, Brandon A Guadiano, Adrienne S Jurascio, Shireen L Rizvi, Zindel V Segal, and Kevin E Vowles

Chapter 16: Systemic and Conjoint Couple and Family Therapies: Recent Advances and Future Promise
Myrna L Friedlander, Laurie Heatherington, and Gary M Diamond

Chapter 17: Efficacy of Small Group Treatments: Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice
Gary M Burlingame and Bernhard Strauss

Chapter 18: Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents: From Efficacy to Effectiveness, Scaling and Personalizing
Mei Yi Ng, Jessica L Schleider, Rachel L Horn, and John R Weisz

Part V: Increasing Precision and Scale in the Psychological Therapies

Chapter 19: Personalized Treatment Approaches
Zachary D Cohen, Jaime Delgadillo, Robert J DeRubeis

Chapter 20: Combining Psychotherapy and Medications
Steven D Hollon, Paul W Andrews, Matthew C Keller, Daisy R Singla, Marta M Maslej and Benoit H Mulsant

Chapter 21: Internet Approaches to Psychotherapy: Empirical Findings and Future Directions
Gerhard Andersson and Thomas Berger

Chapter 22: Extending the Scalability and Reach of Psychosocial Interventions
Alan E Kazdin

Part VI: Towards the Future

Chapter 23: Epilogue: Prevalent Themes, Predictions, and Recommendations
Louis G Castonguay, Catherine Eubanks, Shigeru Iwakabe, Mariane Krause, Andrew C Page, Sigal Zilcha-Mano, Wolfgang Lutz, and Michael Barkham

Author Index
Subject Index
"This epic treatise, after fifty years, reflects the original authors' modeling of thorough research, penetrating interpretations, and ideas for improving the efficacy of therapeutic interventions. Hopefully, forth-coming generations of students, faculty and clientele will thus benefit from the decades of earnest labor invested in their behalf."

- Albert Bandura, PhD
David Starr Jordan Professor Emeritus of Social Science and Psychology
Stanford University
Past President, American Psychological Association
Recipient, USA National Medal of Science

"Bergin and Garfield's Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change has been my lodestar throughout my professional career. I always turned to it when I wanted to know the latest thinking in the field: what therapies were being explored, what process variable, what methodologies? I was consistently impressed by the Handbook's inclusion of newer therapeutic approaches as they were developed, newly conceptualized processes of change and methods to explore them. And, always, attention to important issues of diversity. The 50th year Anniversary edition continues the remarkable trajectory begun by Bergin and Garfield and maintained by successors."

-Irene Elkin, Professor Emerita
The University of Chicago
Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice
Michael Barkham, PhD, is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Sheffield, UK. He has over 35 years of experience researching the processes and outcomes of psychological therapies, focusing on the development of outcome measures, conducting pragmatic trials, and the analyses of large practice-based data sets.

Wolfgang Lutz, PhD, is Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the University of Trier, Germany. His research focuses on change in psychotherapy and aims at supporting personalized decision-making based on empirical data. He is a former editor of Psychotherapy Research and president-elect of the Society for Psychotherapy Research.

Louis G. Castonguay, PhD, is Liberal Arts Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Penn State University, USA. His research focuses on factors related to the process and impact of psychotherapy. He is also involved in practice-oriented research and practice research networks. He has served as president of the Society for Psychotherapy Research.

M. Barkham, University of Sheffield, UK