The Practice of Child Therapy / Edition 3by Richard J. Morris, Thomas R. Kratochwill
Pub. Date: 03/11/1998
Now-with the publication of this expanded and updated 3rd Edition-the classic compendium on child and adolescent behavior disorders is even more useful than ever! Acclaimed as the standard against which other books on the subject are measured, The Practice of Child Therapy is an authoritative, treatment-oriented, one-volume reference...a "must have/i>/b>… See more details below
Now-with the publication of this expanded and updated 3rd Edition-the classic compendium on child and adolescent behavior disorders is even more useful than ever! Acclaimed as the standard against which other books on the subject are measured, The Practice of Child Therapy is an authoritative, treatment-oriented, one-volume reference...a "must have" resource for any practicing or potential child therapist.KET TOPICS: The book presents summaries of the latest research findings and related treatment procedures on the disorders most often encountered by those practicing in applied settings (e.g., clinic and counseling centers, schools, homes and hospitals). The primary emphasis is on intervention techniques and strategies for changing behaviors. Etiology and assessment are also discussed. Its 17 chapters-written and updated by 37 experts in their fields-cover a wide range of topics: obsessive compulsive disorders, childhood depression, childhood fears and phobias, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, academic problems, conduct disorder, somatic disorders, childhood autism, mental retardation, children medically at risk, psychopharmacotherapy, and the legal and ethical issues in child therapy. New for the 3rd Edition are chapters on post-traumatic stress syndrome, sexual and other abuse, and behavior informatics-the use of computer technology in child therapy prevention. Recommended as an instant resource for psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers-any professional who works with disturbed children or adolescents.
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- Older Edition
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- 7.50(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.40(d)
Table of Contents
About the Editors and Contributors.
1.Historical Context of Child Therapy, Richard J. Morris, Thomas R. Kratochwill.
II.INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR SPECIFIC BEHAVIOR DISORDERS.
2.Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Jesse B. Milby, Shirley L. Robinson, Stephanie Daniel.
3.Childhood Depression, Nadine J. Kaslow, Mary K. Morris, Lynn P. Rehm.
4.Childhood Fears and Phobias, Richard J. Morris, Thomas R. Kratochwill.
5.Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, George J. DuPaul, Russell A. Barkley.
6.Academic Problems, John Wills Lloyd, Daniel P. Hallahan, James M. Kauffman, Clayton E. Keller.
7.Conduct Disorder, AIan E. Kazdin.
8.Somatic Disorders, Lawrence J. Siegel.
9.Childhood Autism, Marjorie H. Charlop-Christy, Laura Schreibman, Karen Pierce, Patricia F. Kurtz.
10.Mentally Retarded Children, Johnny L. Matson, Heather Applegate, Brandi Smiroldo, Sydney Stallings.
11.Children Medically At Risk, Lawrence J. Siegel.
12.Sexual and Other Abuse of Children, Judith V. Becker, Barbara Bonner.
13.Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Philip A. Saigh.
III.ISSUES AND CONCERNS REGARDING INTERVENTION.
14.An Overview of Psychopharmacotherapy for Children and Adolescents, John C. Pomeroy, Kenneth D. Gadow.
15.Integrating Behavioral Informatics Into the Practice of Child Therapy, Ron L. Meredith, Steven L. Bair, Greg R. Ford, Richard J. Morris.
16.Prevention, Jeffrey P. Braden, A. Dirk Hightower.
17.Informed Consent, Confidentiality, and Duty to Report Laws in the Conduct of Child Therapy, Mark B. DeKraai, Bruce Sales, Susan R. Hall.
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