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PSY 1610 Adult Intervention I: Course Readings

Contains links to readings and library resources to support Adult Intervention I: 1610.

PSY 1610: Adult Intervention I

This library guide provides access to resources that support the learning objectives of PSY 1610. Adult Intervention I, "...covers primary approaches to treating adult clinical problems, with emphasis on treating adult psychological disorders. Interventions with strong empirical and theoretical support are emphasized; relationship factors are also addressed ." - Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology 2015–2016 Catalog.

Below you will find links to most of the readings for this course, including the section taught by Dr. Pann.



  • Barlow, D. H. (Ed.) (2014). Clinical handbook of psychological disorders: A step-by-step treatment manual (5th ed.). New York: Guilford.
  • Beck, J. S. (2011). Cognitive behavior therapy: Basics and beyond (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford.
  • Newman, C. F. (2013). Core competencies in cognitive-behavioral therapy: Becoming a highly effective and competent cognitive-behavioral therapist. New York: Routledge. **Available in print in the Library.
  • Sommers-Flanagan, J., & Sommers-Flanagan, R (2008). Clinical interviewing. New York: Wiley.
  • Wolf, C., & Serpa, J. G. (2015). A Clinician’s Guide to Teaching Mindfulness: The Comprehensive Session-by-Session Program for Mental Health Professionals and Health Care Providers. Oakland: New Harbinger. **Currently unavailable at the Library.


  • Brems, C. (2001). Nonverbal Communication and Listening. In Basic Skills In Psychotherapy and Counseling. (pp. 101-125). Belmont, CA, US: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. **Unavailable at the Library. Please request via InterLibrary Loan ( ILLiad).

  • Clark, D. M. (2001). A cognitive perspective on social phobia. In W. R. Crozier & L. E. Alden (Eds.), International Handbook of Social Anxiety: Concepts, research and interventions relating to the self and shyness (pp. 405-430). New York: Wiley.

  • Hembree, E. A., Roth, D., Bux, D. A. & Foa, E. B. (2004). Brief behavior therapy. In M. J. Dewan, B. N. Steenbarger, & R. P. Greenberg (Eds.), The art and science of brief psychotherapies: An practitioner's guide (pp. 51-83). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing. **Available in print at the Library.

  • Luborsky, L., Mark, D., Hole, A. V., Popp, C., Goldsmith, B., & Cacciola, J. (1995). Supportive-expressive dynamic psychotherapy of depression: A time-limited version. In J. P. Barber & P. Crits-Christoph (Eds.), Dynamic therapies for psychiatric disorders (Axis I) (pp. 13-42). New York: Basic Books. **Available in print at the Library.