Behavioral Approaches for Children and Adolescents: Challenges for the Next Century / Edition 1

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'This book would be a useful addition to libraries attached to academic centers of child and adolescent psychiatry.' -European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Behavior therapy & educational reform/competency-based trmt for antisocial youth/etc.

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Papers from the July 1995 conference offer perspectives on cognitive behavioral therapies for children and adolescents, and overview behavioral analysis and therapy and behavioral approaches in education. They describe programs for specific clinical populations, such as anti-social youth and those with ADHD, learning problems, and depression, and address the issue of unmotivated clients. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Cognitivebehavioral Therapies with Children and Adolescents: An Integrative Overview (P.C. Kendall et al.). Some New Dimensions of Behavior Analysis and Therapy (D.C. Russo, C.P. Navalta). Behavior Therapy and Educational Reform: A Review of Study Findings (J.H. Slavenburg). Unused Opportunity for Behavior Therapy in Education (H.P.J.G. van Bilsen). Cognitive Behavior Modification of ADHD: A Family System Approach (H. van der Vlugt et al.). Competencybased Treatment for Antisocial Youth (N.W. Slot). Behavior Therapy with Learning Problems (C. Struiksma). Treating Children Who Lack Social Skills in a Pedological Institute School (R. Swager). Stop Think Do: Improving Social and Learning Skills for Children in Clinics and Schools (L. Petersen). Cognitive and Behavioral Treatment of Childhood Depression (K.D. Stark, A. Smith). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of Aggressive Children: Effects of Schemas (J.E. Lochman, L. Lenhart). Motivation as a Precondition and Bridge Between Unmotivated Client and Overmotivated Therapist (H.P.J.G. van Bilsen). Index.

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