An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Interpersonal Psychotherapy: Terms and Concepts
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Release date: July 2018
Editor: John H. Morgan
About the Book
An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Interpersonal Psychotherapy: Terms and Concepts provides a comprehensive collection of terms and concepts used in, and relevant to, the field of interpersonal psychotherapy, also known as "IP." These terms and concepts are drawn from the work and primary sources of Harry Stack Sullivan, M.D., the founder of IP, a major school of clinical practice. With more than 2,000 referenced citations from the collected works of Harry Stack Sullivan, definitions of 900+ terms and concepts, biographical entries for more than 300 major figures in psychology and the life of Harry Stack Sullivan, and a comprehensive bibliography of primary sources, this encyclopedic dictionary is an ideal reference text for students, researchers, and libraries.
About the Editor
Dr. John H. Morgan is author of more than 30 books in the social and behavioral sciences, including Psychopathology: A Clinical Guide to Personality Disorders, and Clinical Psychotherapy: A History of Theory and Practice. He is also Editor in Chief of the scholarly journal The Behavioral Mind: A Journal of Personality Disorders(MacBain & Boyd). Dr. Morgan is Senior Fellow in Behavioral Science (ret.), Foundation House/Oxford, and a member of the American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, Society of Clinical Psychology (APA Division 12), and the Society of Behavioral Medicine.