Theories and Methods for Practice of Clinical Psychology
Co-authored by Robert Henley Woody, UNO faculty member.
Theories and Methods for Practice of Clinical Psychology is a valuable source of knowledge for advanced undergraduate students who want to explore career options in professional psychology. For graduate students in professional psychology, the book provides an informed understanding of how clinical psychologists currently practice in today's world of healthcare services. Finally, the volume is substantive enough to benefit new and established practitioners. The authors present recent and current developments in the application of the profession's theories and methods against a backdrop of changing social, economic, and political priorities, together with the emergence of new professional roles and expanded healthcare practices.
International Universities Press
Woody, Robert Henley and Robertson, Mal Higgins, "Theories and Methods for Practice of Clinical Psychology" (1997). Faculty Books and Monographs. 101.