The American Psychiatric Association Publishing Textbook of Personality DisordersThrough dozens of tables, illustrative figures, and real-life case examples, established experts in the field, as well as a new generation of scientists, examine clinical concepts; risk factors for and impact of personality disorders; treatment options (including a new chapter on early identification of borderline psychopathology in children); special populations; and future directions for the field.
Handbook of Good Psychiatric Management for Adolescents With Borderline Personality DisorderThis manual demystifies borderline personality disorder in young people by using the principles of good psychiatric management (GPM) to offer clinicians essential guidelines for generalist care. The authors outline common problems that arise during each phase or aspect of treatment, from diagnosis and pharmacology to family interventions, and discuss how to address them.
NeurodiversityThis book addresses the totality of neurodiversity through positive explorations of “invisible diversities”—from ADHD and savantism to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and dyslexia. The book emphasizes strengths-based approaches to clinical practice and investigates interventions to improve the lives of neurodiverse individuals.
Prescribing TogetherWhile many other books have focused on what to prescribe for given conditions, this volume is more concerned with how to prescribe: how to talk to patients about medications, how to understand the cultural and social factors that affect how both clinicians and patients relate to medication, and how to build trust in the relationship.
Science Over StigmaDr. Morehead argues that it is time for a full-throated defense of mental health treatment, and that it falls to everyone, from medical and mental health professionals to the general public, to advocate on its behalf. He cogently lays out the science behind mental illness and mental health care, candidly discussing both what is known and what remains unknown
Transference-Focused Psychotherapy for Adolescents With Severe Personality DisordersThis is a manual for clinicians who wish to learn an effective psychodynamic treatment for young people with personality disorders (PDs). The book that details treatment models with strong theoretical foundations and examines systematic interventions designed to explore and resolve the conflicts and behaviors, common to PDs, that impede normal adolescent development.