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Overview

An introduction to child psychiatry which draws on clinical experience as well as the latest research findings. Child Psychiatry includes many practical tips on successful assessment and treatment techniques. Its companion website features over 200 multiple choice questions and answers to assist those preparing for examinations, including MRCPsych Written in an accessible style by international experts in child psychiatry.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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“Overall, this is a great introduction to child and adolescent psychiatry. It provides a general overview and looks at specific diagnoses and treatments, without getting bogged down in too many details, or going beyond the level necessary for the target audience. It is up to date and accurate, and is a helpful update to the previous edition.” (Doody’s, 29 March 2013)
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Reviewer: Jason Chang, MD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This is an update of a book last published in 2005 that provides a first, general overview of child and adolescent psychiatry, including many of the relevant diagnoses, treatment options, and conceptual framework.
Purpose: According to the authors, their purpose is to provide a book covering the core of child and adolescent psychiatry. Their goal was to be brief, clear, practical, up-to-date, accurate, and relevant, and they succeed. A book that is a relatively quick read and hits the important issues makes the subject more approachable than most in this area, although, understandably, it provides less detail and is less thorough.
Audience: The audience includes psychiatry trainees, general practitioners (including pediatricians), and students in the medical and nursing fields. The authors are both professors in the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College, London.
Features: The first section is a general introduction to the assessment of struggling children/adolescents, as well as a general framework with which to consider the classification of the various diagnoses. The bulk of the book is dedicated to covering all of the relevant diagnoses one by one, including diagnostic criteria and conceptualization, epidemiology, and treatment approaches. The final two sections present risk factors that can predispose a child to having psychiatric issues, as well as a general look at interventions that can help prevent issues from arising, or ameliorate symptoms that have already appeared. These last two sections are a relatively unique approach to treatment, which can help beginning practitioners or students be more aware of generally helpful things that can be done.
Assessment: Overall, this is a great introduction to child and adolescent psychiatry. It provides a general overview and looks at specific diagnoses and treatments, without getting bogged down in too many details, or going beyond the level necessary for the target audience. It is up to date and accurate, and is a helpful update to the previous edition. Those needing more detail will want to look elsewhere, but this is a good approachable read that doesn't run too long. It also provides a nice perspective and guide to conceptualization of the field as a whole and its relevant issues.
Lori R. Solaro
This introductory text, reflecting both DSM-IV and ICD-10 terminology, describes the epidemiology, assessment, risk factors, and treatment of child psychiatric disorders and includes a section discussing specific childhood disorders. The authors' intent is to present a brief, clinically based, scientifically accurate book on child psychiatry that is relevant for professional examinations. According to the authors, this text should be useful to trainees in psychiatry, pediatrics, and family medicine as well as for experienced clinicians and members of affiliated disciplines such as social work and education. The authors are experienced clinicians. Multiple tables provide clarification of the text. There are brief but current reference lists at the end of each chapter. The concluding chapter contains examination questions. This is a basic, concise text most beneficial to medical students, psychiatry residents, and other students and professionals in allied pediatric disciplines working with children with psychiatric disorders. The examination questions are helpful in reinforcing the material. Although the epidemiological information provides a quick reference source, discussions of treatments in this text are not in-depth enough to function as a desktop guide for a practicing clinician. This book is recommended as a good introductory text or brief review of child psychiatry.
Booknews
Provides the essential facts and concepts for those involved in child psychiatry, with concise, updated briefings on disorders and risk factors and discussion of controversies as well as established findings and theories. Chapters on specific disorders cover epidemiology, assessment, diagnosis (based on the latest ICD-10 and DSM-IV classifications), treatment, and prognosis. Includes 200 multiple choice questions to help those preparing for professional exams in Britain, including MRCPsych. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781119979685
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/23/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.50 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Goodman is Professor of Brain and Behavioral Medicine at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London. Stephen Scott is a senior lecturer and consultant at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, London and is also the editor of the Blackwell journal Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

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Table of Contents

Foreword to First Edition vii

Foreword to Third Edition ix

Preface xi

Part 1 Assessment Classification and Epidemiology 1

1 Assessment 1

2 Classification 22

3 Epidemiology 31

Part 2 Specific Disorders and Presentations 43

4 Autistic Spectrum Disorders 45

5 Disorders of Attention and Activity 56

6 Disruptive Behaviour 65

7 Juvenile Delinquency 79

8 School Refusal 89

9 Anxiety Disorders 95

10 Depression 102

11 Mania 109

12 Suicide and Deliberate Self-harm 116

13 Stress Disorders 123

14 Obsessive-compulsive Disorder 131

15 Tourette Syndrome and Other Tic Disorders 136

16 Selective Mutism 141

17 Attachment Disorders 145

18 Enuresis 151

19 Faecal Soiling 159

20 Sleep Disorders 163

21 Psychosomatics 171

22 Preschool Problems 182

23 Introduction to Adolescence and Its Disorders 187

24 Schizophrenia 193

25 Eating Disorders 199

26 Substance Use and Abuse 204

27 Maltreatment 210

Part 3 Risk Factors 227

28 Intellectual Disability 229

29 Brain Disorders 239

30 Language Disorders 244

31 Reading Difficulties 250

32 Insecure Attachment 259

33 Nature and Nurture 270

34 Coping with Adversity 282

35 School and Peer Factors 292

Part 4 Treatment and Services 299

36 Intervention: First Principles 301

37 Prevention 310

38 Medication and Diet 319

39 Behaviourally-based Treatments 328

40 Cognitive Interpersonal and Other Individual Therapies 336

41 Family and Systemic Therapies 344

42 Fostering and Adoption 361

43 Organisation of Services 370

Index 381

Companion website

The book is accompanied by a companion resources site: goodmanchildpsychiatry.com with self-assessment material for each chapter

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