A Biographical Dictionary of Psychologists, Psychiatrists and Psychotherapists (Paperback)
This book provides information on more than 400 men and women who have made significant contributions to the fields of psychology, psychiatry, and psychotherapy. Each entry offers a short summary of the individual's personal life and a detailed analysis of the theories, approaches, or methodologies he or she contributed to a particular field. Also included in each entry is a brief guide to the individual's chief works of professional literature. A detailed timeline lists each person's date of birth, full name, and primary field of study, and an extensive glossary explains technical terms used throughout the work.
The late William Stewart was a counselor and counseling tutor. A writer for more than 40 years, he published many counseling and self-help books as well as writing several biographical dictionaries for McFarland. He lived in England.