Books for Therapists: Case Studies

Case studies are a wonderful way of learning more and comprehending the complexities of a given theory. As much as you can gain a great knowledge background, understanding how things work in practice is indispensable to any mental health professional. That’s why, in this section, you’ll find a variety of publications that show the most different, complete, and engaging case studies.

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“The Mummy at the Dining Room Table: Eminent Therapists Reveal Their Most Unusual Cases and What They Teach Us About Human Behavior” by Jeffrey A. Kottler and Jon Carlson

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World-renowned therapists come together to bring us a book about their most daunting and often excentric cases, exploring the wonders of the human mind in a humorous and insightful narrative. Human behavior is studied closely through cases that aren’t depicted in any textbook material, providing also a reflection of how therapy cases can also deeply affect the therapist.

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“Classic Case Studies in Psychology” by Rolls

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This book is a entertaining and educational compilation of various case studies in psychology; some of them world-famous, other less known. With a narrative that is not only for therapists but to everyone with a desire to understand the human mind, its real stories will make you reflect on the possibilities of human behavior. Additionally, the author provides the context of each case study, as well as discusses the most recent findings on each field of knowledge.

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