Child Psychotherapy: Integrating Developmental Theory into Clinical Practice

Child Psychotherapy: Integrating Developmental Theory into Clinical Practice

by Robbie Adler-Tapia

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Table of Contents

Part I: The Need for Developmentally Grounded Child Psychotherapy

    1. Introduction: Child Psychotherapy through the Lens of Developmental Theory

    2. Theories of Developmental Psychology

    3. Theories of Bonding and Attachment and the Impact on Child Psychotherapy

    4. How Advances in Neurobiology, Neurochemistry, Neurophysiology and Medicine Impact Psychotherapy

Part II: Assimilating Developmental Theory into the Pragmatics of Child Psychotherapy

    5. Getting Started with Children in Clinical Practice

    6. Legal and Ethical Issues in Child Psychotherapy

    7. Developmentally Grounded Assessment and Diagnosis

    8. Treatment Planning with Children and Families

Part III: Best Practices in Child Psychotherapy

    9. Current Treatment Methodologies for Psychotherapy With Children

    10. Integrating Theories of Developmental Psychology into the Enactment of Child Psychotherapy

    11. The Basics: Common Presentations to the Psychotherapist's Office

    12. Summary and Conclusions

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