Updated and expanded to be fully compatible with the DSM-IV, this popular guidebook is designed to facilitate and improve the writing of psychological reports. In a highly accessible format, it provides an exhaustive checklist of words and phrases that enables clinicians to quickly select the appropriate terms to describe almost every clinical situation.
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"I have used the Clinician's Electronic Thesaurus for several years. As my practice has changed with the advent of managed care and the increased demands for reports, this software has helped me keep current on appropriate diagnostic terminology. It provides dynamic, clinically correct descriptions and phraseology that I can easily import into a report without it sounding 'canned,' as I have experienced with other programs. I can produce fresh, pertinent, well-written professional reports in less than half the time. I would recommend it wholeheartedly to colleagues in any related discipline, whether they are producing court reports, managed care reports, custody reports or the myriad others that are demanded of busy professionals." Nora Fleming Young, PhD, Independent Counseling Psychologist
"The Clinician's Electronic Thesaurus is the greatest communication assistant I have ever used. The format of this tool is so user-friendly that it is actually inviting. I can always have the most accurate word before me at the press of a button. It could not be easier and my reports are more professional. This software has transformed my writing skills." C. Dale Ackley, PhD, DMin, Board Certified Expert in Traumatic StressAbout the Author:
Edward L. Zuckerman received his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and remained there as an adjunct teacher of personality psychology and human sexuality for 14 years. He taught abnormal psychology at Carnegie Mellon University for 9 years and now consults to the Social Security Disability Determination Division. He was in the independent general practice of clinical psychology for more than 15 years and has worked in state hospitals and community mental health centers. He lives on a small farm in Pennsylvania with his wife, a daughter, and their horses, chickens, dogs, cats, geese, and ducks.
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