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Psychological Testing That Matters: Creating a Road Map for Effective Treatment [Hardcover]

Mary Jo Peebles

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30 Mar 2014 1433816741 978-1433816741 1
Psychological testing is most valuable when it makes a meaningful difference in a person's treatment. This groundbreaking book offers a person- and treatment-centred approach to psychological testing, as opposed to the more common test-centred approach. The result is a clinically nuanced and robust approach to inference making and data synthesis.

The book's four sections parallel the flow of an examiner moving from overview to detail and back to synthesis:

  • Part I describes treatment-centred diagnosis
  • Part II focuses on assessment of the patient's psychological capacities
  • Part III shows how to integrate the test information into a working understanding of the patient's problems
  • Part IV explains how to consolidate test findings and communicate them clearly, using a detailed case example and sample report

  • Readers will find much to benefit from in this evidence-based book linking test results to meaningful individualised treatment.

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Anthony D. Bram, PhD, is a psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Lexington, MA, where he conducts psychological testing, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural therapy, and psychoanalysis with children and adults.

Dr. Bram is a Clinical Instructor in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School and is on the faculty of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. He received his doctorate from the University of Kansas and is a graduate of the Post-Doctoral training program at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas where he was subsequently a Staff Psychologist.

Dr. Bram completed adult psychoanalytic training at the Greater Kansas City Psychoanalytic Institute, and he is an advanced candidate in child psychoanalysis in the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr. Bram has been a recipient of a Fellowship from the American Psychoanalytic Association, the Martin Mayman Award from the Society for Personality Assessment, Scientific Writing Award from the Menninger Clinic, and the Johanna Tabin Book Proposal Prize from APA Division 39 (Psychotherapy).

Mary Jo Peebles, PhD, ABPP, ABPH, did her undergraduate work in Psychology at Wellesley College and received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Case Western Reserve University, where her Dissertation Advisor was Irving Weiner, PhD. She completed two Postdoctoral Fellowships, one in Child and Adolescent Psychology at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston Texas, and the other in Adult Psychology at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka Kansas.

For nearly two decades, she practiced, taught, and supervised Psychological Testing at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka Kansas, as a member of Menninger's Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Committee, and as a Supervisor and Associate Professor in the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry, where she won awards regularly for her teaching and supervision.

Dr. Peebles is a member of the American Psychoanalytic Association, has trained in family systems therapy, biofeedback and EMDR, is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Hypnosis, and worked as a member of the Medical Staff at Chestnut Lodge Hospital.

She has given workshops and presentations nationally and internationally on trauma, therapy planning, and psychological testing and is the author of numerous articles on these topics as well as two editions of her book, Beginnings: The Art and Science of Planning Psychotherapy (2002; 2012), which has been translated into Japanese.

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5.0 out of 5 stars An Enduring Contribution 27 Mar 2014
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Since its inception in 1925, The Menninger Clinic in Topeka had been a place of hope for troubled and troubling people. Individuals, couples and families with complex and multifaceted issues came after they had exhausted local resources. The psychological work done there exemplified Karl Menninger's wisdom that when a professional says a patient is hopeless, it only means that the helper doesn't know what to do.

The backbone and core of understanding and formulating an individualized treatment plan was diagnostic understanding. This went far beyond simple labeling based on psychiatric nomenclature. A central basis for this was the diagnostic testing, widely known as perhaps the very best available.

Drs. Bram and Peebles have captured the essence of this "Menninger Way" of thinking. In so doing they have contributed a lasting illustration of and guide to a way of illuminating the arc of darkness which shrouds our fellow human beings.
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