Table of Tables. Preface. PART ONE: GENERAL INTRODUCTION. 1. Recent Developments and Interpretive Strategies. 2. Rorschach Assessment: A Consultation Model. PART TWO: USING THE RORSCHACH IN CLINICAL CONSULTATION AND TREATMENT PLANNING. 3. An Issue of Stress Management. 4. An Issue of Depression and Suicide Risk. 5. An Issue of Panic Attacks. 6. An Issue of Delusional Thinking. 7. An Issue of Dissociation. 8. An Issue of Anxiety and Sleep Problems. 9. Issues Regarding an Acute Psychotic Episode. 10. An Evaluation Related to Substance Abuse. 11. An Issue of Motivation for Substance Abuse Treatment. 12. An Issue of Impulse Control. 13. Problems with Interpersonal Relations. PART THREE: USING THE RORSCHACH IN FORENSIC CONSULTATION. 14. An Issue of Danger to the Self or Others. 15. Issues of Sanity and Competency. 16. Pain Problems in Personal Injury Litigation. PART FOUR: USING THE RORSCHACH WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS. 17. An Issue of Deteriorating Academic Performance. 18. A Problem with Aggressiveness. 19. Drug Overdose in an Adolescent. PART FIVE: THE RORSCHACH AND ISSUES OF IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT. 20. Issues of Malingering. 21. Simulation of Good Adjustment. PART SIX: SOME NEW NONPATIENT DATA. 22. Progress in Building a New Nonpatient Sample. 23. Frequency Data by Card and Location. Author Index. Subject Index.
JOHN E. EXNER Jr., PHD, is the Director of Rorschach Workshops in Asheville, North Carolina, and Professor Emeritus at Long Island University. He is the Past President of the International Rorschach Society and curator of The Rorschach Archives and Museum in Bern, Switzerland. He is the author of numerous widely used articles and materials related to the Rorschach, including The Rorschach (R): A Comprehensive System, Volume One: Basic Foundations and Principles of Interpretation (Wiley). Philip Erdberg, PHD, ABPP, is an internationally renowned expert in the area of personality assessment. He is Past President of the Society for Personality Assessment and the 1995 recipient of the Society's Distinguished Contribution Award. He serves as a clinical and research consultant in a variety of therapeutic, educational, and correctional settings and is Chairman of the Rorschach Research Council.