Chapter 1: Clinical Thinking Skills: Diagnosis, Case Conceptualization, and Treatment Planning Chapter 2: Diagnosis: Understanding and Using the DSM-5 Chapter 3: Case Conceptualization: Making Sense of the Client's Concerns Chapter 4: Treatment Planning: Designing a Plan for Change Chapter 5: Diagnosis, Case Conceptualization, and Treatment Planning: Ten Case Illustrations With DSM-5 Updates Case 5.1 Japanese Anime's Naruto Case 5.2 Vampire Anthology's Edward Cullen Case 5.3 West Side Story's Maria Case 5.4 Beauty and the Beast's Belle Case 5.5 The Color Purple's Miss Celie Case 5.6 Misery's Annie Wilkes Case 5.7 The Cleveland Show's Cleveland Brown Case 5.8 Will and Grace's Jack McFarland Case 5.9 The Revolver Album's Eleanor Rigby Case 5.10 Golden Girls' Sophia Petrillo
Alan Schwitzer is a nationally known expert on college counseling and clinical education, bringing a professional writing background of over 40 scholarly journal, magazine, and newspaper articles to the project. He has been Chair of the American Counseling Association's (ACA) Council of Editors, on the Board of ACA Publications, and Editor of the American Counseling Association's (ACA) Journal of College Counseling. Previously, he was Associate Editor of American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Publications. He has received the American Counseling Association's Ralph Berdie Award for Outstanding College Student Development Research and the American College Counseling Association's Outstanding Contributions to Professional Knowledge Award. He is a Department Editor for the Jossey-Bass magazine, About Campus, and has published with Cenage/Thompson/Brooks-Cole and now with SAGE. Lawrence "Larry" C. Rubin, PhD, ABPP, LMHC, RPT-S, is a Professor of Counselor Education at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida, where he directs the Mental Health Counseling Program and is a private practice psychologist, professional counselor, and play therapist. Dr. Rubin, past president of the Florida Association for Play Therapy, currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Association for Play Therapy. Dr. Rubin's research interests and publications lie at the intersection of psychology and popular culture. He is a prolific writer and editor. His book, Psychotropic Drugs and Popular Culture: Medicine, Mental Health and the Media, won the 2006 Ray and Pat Browne Award for Best Anthology. His other books include Food for Thought: Essays on Eating and Culture, Popular Culture in Counseling, Psychotherapy and Play-Based Intervention, Using Superheroes in Counseling and Play Therapy, Messages: Self-Help Through Popular Culture, Mental Illness and Popular Media: Essays on the Representation of Psychiatric Disorders, and Play-Based Interventions for Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorders. Larry blogs about popular culture and psychology for Psychology Today magazine and is the Area Chair of the Division of Mental Health, Mental Illness and Popular Culture for the Popular Culture Association. He lives in Ft. Lauderdale with his wife, two children, and five pets.