Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families

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Now firmly established as the standard text on the subject, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families, 3rd edition incorporates new and updated material on many topics not covered in previous editions, including the use of low intensity treatment methods with families, the use of new technologies to deliver cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), the development of mindfulness techniques for children and the use of CBT with ethnic minority groups. The international panel of contributors ensures the highly ...
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Overview

Now firmly established as the standard text on the subject, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Children and Families, 3rd edition incorporates new and updated material on many topics not covered in previous editions, including the use of low intensity treatment methods with families, the use of new technologies to deliver cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), the development of mindfulness techniques for children and the use of CBT with ethnic minority groups. The international panel of contributors ensures the highly authoritative and relevant nature of the content, making this text an invaluable source for all child and adolescent mental health professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health nurses, family and individual psychotherapists, paediatricians and general psychiatrists.

Appropriate for: Family Therapists, Cognitive Psychologists.

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Editorial Reviews

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Review of previous editions: '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.' Psychological Medicine

Review of previous editions: '... 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

Review of previous editions: '... 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

Review of previous editions: '... 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

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781107689855
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 3/31/2013
  • Series: Cambridge Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 420
  • Product dimensions: 6.85 (w) x 9.72 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Meet the Author

Philip Graham is Emeritus Professor of Child Psychiatry at the Institute of Child Health, London.

Shirley Reynolds is Professor of Evidence Based Psychological Therapy and Director of the Charlie Waller Institute at the University of Reading, and a former President of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists.

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Table of Contents

Preface; 1. Introduction Philip Graham and Shirley Reynolds; Part I. Developmental Cognitive Theory and Clinical Practice: 2. Anxiety and depression in young people: developmental considerations Jennifer Lau, Kevin Hilbert and Alice Gregory; 3. Adapting cognitive and behavioural therapy for children and adolescents Paul Stallard; 4. Issues in evaluation of psychotherapies Miranda Wolpert, Andrew Fugard and Jessica Deighton; Part II. Engagement and Assessment: 5. Engagement Isabel Boege and Dennis Ougrin; 6. Formulation: a systematic approach in cognitive behaviour therapy Nicola Dummett; Part III. Client Groups: 7. Working collaboratively with parents and carers in cognitive behaviour therapy Cathy Creswell, Sam Cartwright-Hatton and Natalie Rodriguez; 8. Working with black and ethnic minority children and their families Iyabo Ayodele Fatimilehin and Amira Hassan; 9. Working with schools and children's wider social environment Peter Fuggle and Sandra Dunsmuir; Part IV. Cognitive Approaches to Children Facing Adversity: 10. Trauma-focused cognitive behavioural therapy for child sexual abuse Judith A. Cohen, Laura A. Murray and Anthony P. Mannarino; 11. Children with chronic and life-limiting health problems Melinda Edwards and Inés Banos; 12. Cognitive approaches to children with chronic pain Ellen Trautmann; Part V. Applications in Specific Child and Adolescent Syndromes: 13. Cognitive behavioural therapies for youth with autistic spectrum disorders Jeffrey J. Wood and Benjamin C. Schwartzman; 14. Eating disorders Beth Watkins; 15. Treating broad-based anxiety problems in children Carol Newall, Helen F. Dodd, Jennifer L. Hudson and Ronald M. Rapee; 16. Post-traumatic stress disorders David Trickey; 17. Phobic anxiety Ella L. Milliner, Lara J. Farrell and Tom H. Ollendick; 18. Obsessive compulsive disorder Sarah Clark and Shirley Reynolds; 19. Depressive disorders Shirley Reynolds and Sarah Clark; Part VI. CBT Applications in Preventive Interventions: 20. Prevention of conduct disorders: cognitive behavioural approaches Stephen Scott; 21. Prevention of anxiety disorders Jennifer L. Allen, Cathy Creswell and Lynne Murray; Part VII. New Developments in CBT for Children: 22. Using low intensity treatment methods with families Cynthia M. Turner and Georgina C. Krebs; 23. Using new technologies to deliver cognitive behaviour therapy with children and adolescents Caroline Donovan, Sue Spence and Sonja March; 24. Mindfulness interventions in child and adolescent psychopathology Susan M. Bögels, Esther I. de Bruin, and Saskia van der Oord; 25. Conclusions and future directions Shirley Reynolds and Philip Graham; Index.

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