Books: working psychologically with different client groups

Here are references relating to different types of therapeutic interventions we can offer and different types of mental health issues, developmental disorders and other presenting problems.
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Books: working psychologically with different client groups

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Books on working psychologically with different client groups, recommended by clinpsy members
Each book is linked to Amazon, so you can buy it or get more information by clicking on the title.

Working with older Adults

Goudie, F., & Stokes, G. (2002). The Essential Dementia Care Handbook: A Good Practice Guide.

Hawton, K., et al. (1989) Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychiatric Problems

Padesky, C. & Greenberger, D. (1995) Mind Over Mood

Gallahger-Thompson, D. & Steffen, A. (2007). Handbook of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies with Older Adults.

Learning Disabilities

Emerson, E. et al. (2008). Clinical Psychology and People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Sinason, V. (1992). Mental Handicap and the Human Condition: New Approaches from the Tavistock.

Kroese, B. et al (1997). Cognitive Therapy for People With Learning Disablilities.

Working with children

Carr, A. (1999) The Handbook of Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology

Carr, A. (2000). What Works with Children and Adolescents?: A Critical Review of Psychological Interventions with Children, Adolescents and Their Families.

Marzillier, J. & Hall, J. (2006) What is Clinical Psychology?

WebsterStratton, C., & Herbert, M. (1994). Troubled Families Problem Children: Working with Parents: A Collaborative Process.

Butler, R. & Green, D. (2007). The Child Within: Taking the Young Persons Perspective by Applying Personal Construct Psychology.

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