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 BOOK REVIEWS

Books Received

The following books have been received or otherwise obtained and will be reviewed by selected individuals. This listing acknowledges the courtesy of the sender.


Attachment theory and research in clinical work with adults. Edited by Joseph H. Obegi and Ety Berant; The Guilford Press; New York, New York; 2009; pp 526; $55.00 (hardcover).

Doctors of deception. What they don’t want you to know about shock treatment. By Linda Andre; Rutgers University Press; New Brunswick, New Jersey; 2009; pp 359; $26.95 (hardcover).

The human amygdala. Edited by Paul J. Whalen and Elizabeth A. Phelps; The Guilford Press; New York, New York; 2009; pp 429; $75.00 (hardcover).

Evidence-based practice of cognitive-behavioral therapy. By Deborah Dobson and Keith S. Dobson; The Guilford Press; New York, New York; 2009; pp 322; $38.00 (hardcover).

The physician as patient. A clinical handbook for mental health professionals. By Michael F. Myers and Glen O. Gabbard; The American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.; Arlington, Virginia; 2008; pp 242; $51.00 (paperback).

The psychiatric interview in clinical practice. Second edition. By Roger A. MacKinnon, Robert Michels, and Peter J. Buckley; The American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.; Arlington, Virginia; 2006; pp 661; $75.00 (hardcover).

Treating complex traumatic stress disorder. An evidence-based guide. Edited by Christine A. Courtois and Julian D. Ford; The Guilford Press; New York, New York; 2009; pp 488; $55.00 (hardcover).

Helping couples to get past the affair. A clinician’s guide. By Donald H. Baucom, Douglas K. Snyder, and Kristina Coop Gordon; The Guilford Press; New York, New York; 2009; pp 351; $38.00 (hardcover).

The addict. By Michael Stein; William Morrow (An imprint of HarperCollins Publishers); New York, New York; 2009; pp 275; $25.99 (hardcover).

Back to life, back to normality. Cognitive therapy, recovery and psychosis. By Douglas Turkington, David Kingdon, Shanaya Rathod, Sarah K. J. Wilcock, Alison Brabban, Paul Cromarty, Robert Dudley, Richard Gray, Jeremy Pelton, Ron Siddle, and Peter Weiden; Cambridge University Press; New York, New York; 2009; pp 186; $28.00 (paperback).

Dissociation and the dissociative disorders. DSM-V and beyond. Edited by Paul F. Dell and John A. O’Neil; Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group); New York, New York; 2009; pp 864; $95.00 (hardcover).

Bipolar disorder. A clinician’s guide to treatment management. Second edition. Edited by Lakshmi N. Yatham and Vivek Kusumakar; Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group); New York, New York; 2009; pp 628; $74.95 (Web price $67.46) (hardcover).

Women and addiction. A comprehensive handbook. Edited by Kathleen T. Brady, Sudie E. Back, and Shelly F. Greenfield; The Guilford Press; New York, New York; 2009; pp 526; $65.00 (hardcover).