“I love this book by Dr. Andrew Pomerantz. He's obviously a good writer as his writing is clear and he conveys information in a way that is balanced and reasonable. He presents alternative perspectives on many issues and by doing so helps readers learn from the dialectic or tension between these perspectives. This text is a great foundation for students who are interested in developing their identities as clinical psychologists.” (John Sommers-Flanagan, Ph.D. 2012-09-07)
About the Author
Andrew M. Pomerantz
(BA, psychology, Washington University in St. Louis; MA, Ph D, clinical psychology, Saint Louis University) is professor of Psychology and director of the Clinical Adult Psychology Graduate Program at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses related to clinical psychology and maintains a part-time private practice of clinical psychology in St. Louis. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at Indiana University School of Medicine Psychology Training Consortium. He is the author of Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Culture
(3rd Edition, SAGE, 2013) and Psychological Assessment and Report Writing
(with Karen Goldfinger; SAGE, 2010). He has served on the editorial board of the Journal of Clinical Psychology, Ethics & Behavior,
and the Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy
. He served two terms as president of Psychotherapy Saint Louis and is a member of the American Psychological Association.