An accessible, evidence-based guide for psychiatrists and mental health professionals involved in the treatment of patients with challenging psychotic disorders. Includes chapters on treating psychosis and bipolar diathesis, along with essential information on treatment strategies, pharmacological information, and tips for managing common issues.
This text is an authoritative account of the rarest and most unusual psychiatric syndromes. Bridging medicine and the humanities, it includes the history and descriptions of such conditions, clinical case histories, and discussions of the causes and underlying explanatory mechanisms. It is a valuable resource for psychiatrists and researchers.
An up-to-date guide to the practice of contemporary Schema Therapy. This book provides a practical, informative, and relevant psychotherapeutic approach and presents powerful techniques and cutting-edge developments of the model with step-by-step guidance and clinical examples. Highly relevant both to students and experienced practitioners.
The approach reflects the traditions of the Cambridge Latin Course, but the guide will prove helpful to all students of Latin, whatever course they have followed. This volume represents a straightforward and practical approach to the study of Latin grammar for the contemporary student.
The first comprehensive history of contraception in Ireland from the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922 to the 1990s. Drawing on oral history and archival sources, Laura Kelly provides insights into the lived experiences of Irish men and women and activists in this period.
This is a biography of Earthopolis, the only Urban Planet we know of. Carl Nightingale takes readers on a six-continent, six-millennia tour of the world's cities, revealing how they gave humans immense power over Earth, for good and for ill.
W. B. Yeats is recognised globally as a poet; but in his Nobel address, he singled out his work in the theatre as his main accomplishment. Yeats on Theatre restores Yeats not only a playwright, but as a thinker whose understanding of theatre was in advance of his own time.