Clinical Case Studies


Clinical Case Studies

Publisher: SAGE Publications

The only journal devoted entirely to case studies, Clinical Case Studies
presents cases involving individual, couples, and family therapy. Whether
you are a psychologist, counselor, psychiatrist, clinical social worker,
family therapist, professor or student of psychotherapy, you¹ll find
Clinical Case Studies to be a necessary part of your library.

The easy-to-follow case presentation format allows you to learn how
interesting and challenging cases were assessed and conceptualized, and how
treatment followed such conceptualization. This practical format allows
clinicians to replicate successful treatments in their own practices.

Cases presented in the journal consist of:

* Theoretical and research basis for treatment
* Case study summary
* Presenting complaints
* History
* Assessment
* Case Assessment
* Course of treatment and assessment of progress
* Complicating factors
* Managed care considerations
* Follow-up
* Treatment implications of the case
* Recommendations to clinicians
* References

The journal is multidisciplinary, publishing contributions from
practitioners and single case researchers. The journal is sure to be an
important tool for the classroom as well as daily practice.


Michel Hersen, Ph.D., ABPP
Clinical Case Studies
Pacific University
School of Professional Psychology
2004 Pacific Avenue
Forest Grove, OR 97116-2328

Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: February 2007, Volume 6, No. 1

Date: 5 April 2007

Original posting date: 
Thursday, April 5, 2007
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