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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families
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  • 23 tables
  • Page extent: 546 pages
  • Size: 247 x 174 mm
  • Weight: 1.113 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 618.92/89142
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: RJ505.C63 C645 2004
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Cognitive therapy for children
    • Cognitive therapy for teenagers
    • Family psychotherapy

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Paperback

 (ISBN-13: 9780521529921 | ISBN-10: 0521529921)

Entirely revised, rewritten and augmented with 11 completely new chapters, this new edition builds strongly on the aims of the previous edition to provide the latest scientific validation of cognitive behaviour therapy with practical treatment guidance for clinical child psychologists and psychiatrists working with disturbed children. Coverage ranges broadly from school refusal and adjustment to parental divorce through eating and sleeping disorders to substance abuse. It will be invaluable to clinicians wanting to provide ever more effective psychological treatment for children and families. From a review of the first edition: ' ... clearly written by a number of international authorities in the field. ... This book will be useful to child psychiatrists and other child mental health professionals, as well as social workers, educationalists and school nurses. It is highly recommended for bench and departmental libraries.' European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

• Completely revised and rewritten, with 11 entirely new chapters • Describes ways in which Cognitive Behaviour Therapy can be combined with other treatments • Covers a broad range of disorders

Contents

1. Introduction Philip Graham; 2. Cognitive behaviour therapy for children and adolescents: some theoretical and developmental issues Derek Bolton; 3. Cognitive behaviour therapy in developmental perspective Thomas O'Connor and Cathy Cresswell; 4. Psychological therapies: a family of interventions V. Robin Weersing and David A. Brent; 5. Engagement and motivational interviewing Ulrike Schmidt; 6. Cognitive case formulation Jonquil Drinkwater; 7. Working with parents: some ethical and practical issues Miranda Wolpert, Jenny Doe and Julie Elsworth; 8. Cognitive behaviour therapy with pre-pubertal children Paul Stallard; 9. Cognitive behaviour therapy in in-patient environments Jonathan Green; 10. Cognitive behavioural treatment of the emotional and behavioural consequences of sexual abuse Bruce Tonge and Neville King; 11. Adjustment to parental separation and divorce Martin Herbert; 12. Behavioural approaches to eating and sleeping problems in young children Jo Douglas; 13. Conduct disorders in young children Veira Bailey; 14. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder William E. Pelham, Jr. and Kathryn S. Walker; 15. Children with developmental disabilities and their parents Jeremy Turk; 16. Depressive disorders Richard Harrington; 17. Cognitive behavioural psychotherapy for obsessive-compulsive disorders John S. March, Martin Franklin and Edna Foa; 18. Anxiety disorders Jennifer L. Allen and Ronald M. Rapee; 19. School refusal David Heyne, Neville J. King and Thomas H. Ollendick; 20. Post traumatic stress disorders William Yule, Patrick Smith and Sean Perrin; 21. Disorders of eating control Anne Stewart; 22. Chronic fatigue syndrome Trudie Chalder; 23. Children's interpersonal problems Caroline Donovan and Susan Spence; 24. Pain in childhood Patrick McGrath and Julie Goodman; 25. Conduct disorders in adolescence John Lochman, Dustin Pardini, Nancy Phillips and Heather McElroy; 26. Drug and alcohol abuse Renuka Arjundas and Eilish Gilvarry; 27. The prevention of conduct problems Robert McMahon and Dana Rhule; Index.

Reviews

'… clearly written by a number of international authorities in the field. … This book will be useful to child psychiatrists and other child mental health professionals, as well as social workers, educationalists and school nurses. It is highly recommended for bench and departmental libraries.' European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

'… impressive … this book is likely to be read and consulted widely by those engaged, or training in, child clinical psychology and psychiatry.' Behaviour Research and Therapy

'… recognising the growth of knowledge and importance of the topics covered, I have certainly come down strongly in favour of this book, and it easily passes the test in being an important addition to the literature.' Primary Care & Community Psychiatry

'This extensively updated second edition is very welcome and I know it was eagerly awaited by CBT practitioners. I really do like the balance of theory, evidence for theory and practice, practice tips and worked examples showing how to apply the treatment in real life. … I highly recommend this book, to any student, be they new to the field or experienced practitioners of child and adolescent mental health who want a grasp of contemporary CBT in CAMHS. It is a worthy successor to the first edition and should become a core text in most clinic libraries.' Psychological Medicine

Contributors

Philip Graham, Derek Bolton, Thomas O'Connor, Cathy Cresswell, V. Robin Weersing, David A. Brent, Ulrike Schmidt, Jonquil Drinkwater, Miranda Wolpert, Jenny Doe, Julie Elsworth, Paul Stallard, Jonathan Green, Bruce Tonge, Neville King, Martin Herbert, Jo Douglas, Veira Bailey, William E. Pelham, Jr., Kathryn S. Walker, Jeremy Turk, Richard Harrington, John S. March, Martin Franklin, Edna Foa, Jennifer L. Allen, Ronald M. Rapee, David Heyne, Neville J. King, Thomas H. Ollendick, William Yule, Patrick Smith, Sean Perrin, Anne Stewart, Trudie Chalder, Caroline Donovan, Susan Spence, Patrick McGrath, Julie Goodman, John Lochman, Dustin Pardini, Nancy Phillips, Heather McElroy, Renuka Arjundas, Eilish Gilvarry, Robert McMahon, Dana Rhule

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