The Effectiveness of Psychotherapy: An Introduction
DO THERAPISTS VARY MUCH IN THEIR SUCCESS?
THE NONSPECIFIC HYPOTHESIS OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTIVENESS
FRANK'S “COMMON ELEMENTS” IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
FATHER-DAUGHTER SEXUAL ABUSE
A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR JUDGING THE TRUTHFULNESS OF A YOUNG CHILD'S ALLEGATION OF SEXUAL ABUSE
ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IN CHILD CUSTODY DISPUTES
DISPLACEMENT OF AFFECT IN FAMILIES FOLLOWING INCEST DISCLOSURE
MATERNAL-NEONATAL INCEST
MOTHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR CHILDREN'S SUPPLEMENTAL CARE EXPERIENCE
CHILD ABUSE AND PEDIATRIC SOCIAL ILLNESS
THREE FORMS OF FACTITIOUS ILLNESS IN CHILDREN
BEHAVIOR IN FOUR-YEAR-OLDS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED HOSPITALIZATION AND DAY CARE
A MAJOR DEPRESSION OF PSYCHOGENIC ORIGIN IN A FIVE-YEAR-OLD
APPLICABILITY OF THE TEMPERAMENT CONSTRUCT TO BLACK SOUTH AFRICAN CHILDREN
A SOCIAL ACTION MODEL OF INTERVENTION FOR DIFFICULT TO REACH POPULATIONS
SURVIVAL STRATEGIES IN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
FEAR OF AIDS
Review of CLINICAL HANDBOOK OF DEPRESSION
Review of A CASEBOOK OF CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY: Strategies and Technique