Animal-Assisted Interventions in Health Care Settings: A Best Practices Manual for Establishing New Programs (New Directions in the Human-Animal Bond) (English Edition)
visión de conjunto:Reseña del editor The globalization of psychology is already in full effect in the United States as psychologists find themselves treating clients of varying nationalities and cultural backgrounds. The World Health Organization's International Classification of Diseases (ICD) has been a major factor in the creation of international standards for diagnosis and is already used in many medical practices throughout the country yet it has not been fully integrated into the mental healthcare system. As such this book provides psychologists with a brief yet thorough overview of the tenth edition of the ICD with clinical modifications for the US (ICD-10-CM) and will prepare them for its increased prevalence. Readers will come away with an understanding of the history and rationale behind this system of diagnosis and they will learn how to integrate the coding system and its nuances into their everyday practices. They will also be prepared for upcoming revisions to the ICD-10-CM and the eventual transition to the ICD-11 that will change how psychologists do business. Biografía del autor Carol D. Goodheart EdD is in independent practice in Princeton New Jersey USA and is past president of APA. Her career integrates practice scholarship and service to psychology. Dr. Goodheart works at the intersection of physical and mental health practice and science humanism and scholarship. Before becoming a psychologist Dr. Goodheart trained as a nurse. She worked in urban emergency medicine and intensive care as well as rural public health on two Native American reservations. She earned her doctorate in counseling psychology from Rutgers University and she specializes in the treatment of individuals couples and families coping with physical diseases or disabilities. In addition to her practice she has served at Rutgers University's Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology in a number of roles: clinical supervisor contributing faculty and committee on continuing education. She is a founding partner of two organizations: PsychHealth PA a multi-specialty mental health practice offering treatment services program design and consultation primarily in health psychology; and W2W LLC dedicated to the development and dissemination of materials designed to build strengths promote health and enhance quality of life for women.