References for “Client-centered therapy”

Barrett-Lennard GT. Carl Rogers' Helping System: Journey and Substance. Sage, 1998. Bohart AC. "Empathy: Client-Centered and Psychoanalytic," American Psychologist (August 1988): Vol. 43, pp. 667-68. Cornelius-White JHD. "The Phoenix of Empirically Supported Therapy Relationships: The Overlooked Person-Centered Basis," Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training (Fall 2002): Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. 219-22. (Locked) More »

References for “The duty to protect”

Anfang SA, et al. "Twenty years after Tarasoff: Reviewing the Duty to Protect," Harvard Review of Psychiatry (July-August 1996): Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 67-76. Appelbaum PS. "Duty to Protect Potential Victims of Patients' Violence: Public Peril Versus Protective Privilege," in Almost a Revolution: Mental Health Law and the Limits of Change. Oxford University Press, 1994. Beck JC, ed. Confidentiality Versus the Duty to Protect: Foreseeeable Harm in the Practice of Psychiatry. American Psychiatric Press, 1990. (Locked) More »

References for “Update on St John’s wort”

Fava M, et al. "A Double-Blind, Randomized Trial of St. John's Wort, Fluoxetine, and Placebo in Major Depressive Disorder," Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology (October 2005): Vol. 25, No. 5, pp. 441-47. Gelenberg AJ, et al. "The Effectiveness of St. John's Wort in Major Depressive Disorder: A Naturalistic Phase 2 Follow-up in Which Nonresponders Were Provided Alternate Medication," Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (August 2004): Vol. 65, No. 8, pp. 1114-19. Hypericum Depression Trial Study Group. "Effect of Hypericum per for Autumn (St. John's Wort) in Major Depressive Disorder: a A Randomized Controlled Trial," Journal of the American Medical Association (2002): Vol. 287, pp. 1807-14. (Locked) More »

The duty to protect

Reviewing the consequences of the long-standing Tarasoff decision, which charged therapists with a duty to protect third parties from harm by patients. (Locked) More »

Update on St. John's wort

There is evidence St. John's wort may be effective in treating depression, but studies continue to produce mixed results. (Locked) More »