Public Health Tools for Practicing Psychologists

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Many people in need of behavioral health measures or psychotherapy do not seek clinical care and are simply not being "reached" by current practices and services. This book shows psychologists how to integrate public health tools into psychological practice - and so better meet today's demands for effective and cost-effective therapeutic and preventive care. Readers learn about intervention approaches, how they work and for what populations, and how clinical treatment fits into such a scheme. The goal is to complement and ...

Public Health Tools for Practicing Psychologists 2011, Hogrefe Publishing, Toronto

ISBN-13: 9780889373303