ISBN-10:
0205156045
ISBN-13:
9780205156047
Pub. Date:
01/07/1997
Publisher:
Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Approaches to Child Treatment: Introduction to Theory, Research, and Practice / Edition 2

Approaches to Child Treatment: Introduction to Theory, Research, and Practice / Edition 2

by James H. Johnson

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ISBN-13: 9780205156047
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Publication date: 01/07/1997
Edition description: 2ND
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 7.15(w) x 9.48(h) x 0.91(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
1 Conceptual Models and Their Relevance to Assessment and Intervention
1(25)
Conceptualizing Deviant Behavior
4(13)
Models, Assessment, and Treatment
17(3)
Prevailing Orientations and Patterns of Clinical Utilization
20(2)
Summary
22(1)
References
23(3)
2 Problems That May Require Treatment: Child Psychopathology and Other Targets for Intervention
26(79)
Normal and Abnormal Child Behavior: A Developmental Perspective
26(3)
Classification of Childhood Psychopathology
29(9)
Variations in Child Psychopathology
38(49)
Other Child/Adolescent Conditions That May Require Treatment
87(4)
Summary
91(1)
References
92(13)
3 General Issues in Individual Treatment
105(34)
Children versus Adults in Psychotherapy
106(2)
Elements of Change in Child Psychotherapy
108(2)
The Intervention Process: From Referral to Termination
110(8)
Time-Limited Approaches to Child Treatment
118(1)
Ethical Issues in Child Treatment
119(5)
Child Psychotherapy: The Issue of Effectiveness
124(11)
Summary
135(1)
References
136(3)
4 Psychoanalytic and Client-Centered Therapy
139(29)
The Psychoanalytic Model
139(15)
The Client-Centered Model
154(10)
Outcome Research: Psychoanalytic and Client-Centered Approaches
164(1)
Summary
165(1)
References
165(3)
5 Behavioral and Cognitive Behavioral Approaches
168(49)
Definition and Scope of Behavior Therapy
168(1)
Historical Developments
169(1)
Behavioral Assessment
170(6)
Theoretical Foundations of Behavioral and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies
176(2)
Behavioral and Cognitive Behavioral Approaches to Intervention
178(25)
Outcome Research in Child Behavior Therapy
203(2)
Issues and Trends in Child Behavior Therapy
205(2)
Summary
207(1)
References
208(9)
6 Biological Approaches to the Treatment of Behavior Problems
217(50)
Psychopharmacological Treatment: A Historical Perspective
219(9)
Variations in Psychopharmacological Treatment
228(17)
Dietary Treatment
245(10)
Summary
255(1)
References
256(11)
7 Group Therapy
267(23)
Historical Development of Group Psychotherapy with Children
267(2)
Three Group Models
269(2)
Noninterpretative Limited-Structure Groups
271(7)
Interpretative Moderate-Structure Groups
278(5)
Behavioral Groups
283(1)
Behavioral Group Psychotherapy Models
284(3)
Outcome Research: Group Therapy
287(1)
Summary
288(1)
References
288(2)
8 Family Therapy
290(33)
Origins of Family Therapy
291(2)
Assessment of Families
293(5)
Cotherapy
298(1)
Models of Family Therapy
298(13)
Variation in Family Treatment
311(3)
Integrative Family Approaches
314(1)
Family Therapy Research
315(2)
Summary
317(2)
References
319(4)
9 Inpatient and Residential Treatment
323(22)
Historical Developments in Inpatient and Residential Treatment for Children and Adolescents
323(4)
The Nature of Inpatient Residential Treatment Programs
327(7)
Guidelines for Inpatient and Residential Treatment
334(2)
Research on Inpatient and Residential Treatment
336(4)
Summary
340(1)
References
341(4)
Epilogue: The Relevance of Prevention Efforts 345(4)
References 349(1)
Name Index 350(13)
Subject Index 363

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