By Tracy D. Eells
This critical practitioner consultant and textual content serves as a entire primer on case formula inside of all the significant healing ways. widespread specialists supply step by step guidance for constructing robust formulations and placing them to exploit in daily perform. The chapters persist with a regular structure to permit comparability throughout versions. insurance contains the conceptual and empirical underpinnings of every method, the connection of case formula to healing approach, concerns in treating consumers from varied backgrounds and with types of offering difficulties, and coaching assets. Illustrative case fabric and ordinary examples of accomplished formulations are featured all through.
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Furthermore, one of the most commonly used assessment tools, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM; American Psychiatric Association, 2000), has been widely criticized for emphasizing individual origins of mental disorders and harboring Eurocentric conceptions of normality. 33 34 INTRODUCTION Thus, practitioners easily can neglect the influences of acculturation, racial identity, and immigration on the human experience, not to mention social problems such as racism, sexism, and homophobia (Kress, Eriksen, Rayle, & Ford, 2005; Velásquez, Johnson, & Brown-Cheatham, 1993).