We have added a new e-book to our member library. The second edition of Gabbard's Textbook of Psychotherapeutic Treatments reflects not just advances in psychotherapy—the latest empirical data, as well as an increased understanding of the interface between brain and mind—but also changes in society that has had profound impacts on how therapists practice, including the advancement of LGBTQ+ rights, calls for racial and social justice, and the COVID-19 pandemic. New sections on racial and ethnic diversities and gender and sexualities in psychotherapy accompany an all-new chapter on the expanding role of cyberspace in psychotherapy and another new chapter that discusses the role of supervision and consultation in the training and development of therapists. And, of course, readers will also find the most up-to-date information on psychotherapies, including psychodynamic therapies, mentalisation-based treatment, transference-focused therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, supportive psychotherapy, and interpersonal psychotherapy.
Access the book here.