Child Behavior Therapy Casebook

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Thanks are extended to our many expert contributors, without whom this book would not be possible. We also wish to acknowledge the technical support of Mrs. Kim Sterner. Finally, we thank our editor at Plenum, Eliot Werner, for his support and forbearance in the face of the inevitable delays.

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Child Behavior Therapy Casebook

Rachel E. Baden, M. Enuresis and Encopresis. Friman, Ph. Thomas M. Reimers, Ph. John Paul Legerski, Ph. Appendix 1: Self-Assessment Questions and Answers. Contributors Michael Ascher, M. Rocco L. Motto, M. Patrick C. Research support: Annie E. Dulcan, M. Speakers bureau: Eli Lilly John S. Oakstone child psychiatry review video completed in The following contributors to this book have indicated no competing interests to disclose during the year preceding manuscript submission: Rachel E. Foreword THIS book, edited by three experts in developmental psychopathology, is just what clinicians and trainees are waiting for!

Eva Szigethy is a child and adolescent psychiatrist with a B. This launched an unusual and creative path for a physician, in which she methodically developed and tested a model of CBT for youth with both a chronic medical illness inflammatory bowel disease and depression. John Weisz has been a pioneer in the study of what works in child mental health treatmentin both university research and community clinical settings.

Bob Findling, M. There are many excellent books on CBT, but the synergy between psychiatry and psychology makes this one unique. The complete child and adolescent psychiatrist uses therapeutic techniques, not only a prescription pad. Mental health professionals, especially psychiatrists, and clinical students, residents, and fellows often find the strictly manualized approaches to psychotherapy to be intimidating and difficult to implement in the real world of patients and families with multiple biological, psychological, and social problems.

The chapters in this accessible text speak to those therapists and their patients.

Although each intervention has empirical support and underpinnings in theory, extensive literature reviews are deliberately avoided in favor of a practical how-to approach. Chapters include clinically relevant pearls of wisdom, case examples, key clinical summary points, suggested additional readings, and self-assessment questions and answers.

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Each chapter contains practical advice on constructing a treatment plan for the disorder or syndrome, incorporating CBT interventionsas specific as xvii. Chapter authors also discuss how developmental and cultural factors may require special attention or adaptation of techniques.

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One of the most interesting and useful sections of each chapter is how to identify and address challenges and obstacles to treatment. A unique feature of this book is a DVD containing video vignettes presented by actors and actual therapists that bring to life selected CBT techniques described in the text. This chapter therapy manual begins with an introduction to CBT with children and adolescents. A novel part of this chapter is a section debunking common myths and misperceptions about CBT.

The next chapter, on developmental considerations, is coauthored by Judy Garber, Ph. Following a chapter on aspects of therapy with culturally diverse youth, there is a unique chapter on integrating CBT with psychopharmacologya topic too often ignored. The following chapters cover the range of disorders, with contributions by many leading lights: David Brent, M. In addition, there are chapters on problems with physical manifestations: pediatric chronic physical illness, with inflammatory bowel disease as a prototype; obesity and depression, with a focus on polycystic ovary syndrome; and enuresis and encopresisnotoriously difficult disorders to treat once children become too old for star charts and simple behavioral pediatric interventions.

Not only would this book, with its illustrative DVD, be a top choice for individual practitioners in any mental health discipline who wish to apply CBT to children and adolescents, it would also be ideal for classroom or seminar use with clinical students, residents, and fellows, especially in programs that may lack faculty expertise in these techniques.

Mina K. Margaret C. Rates of pediatric psychiatric disorders are increasing worldwide, a phenomenon that has been linked to elevated environmental stressors and their interactions with genetic and epigenetic changes in our human species. Fortunately, advances in clinical science are expanding our understanding of the environmental and neurobiological mechanisms involved, and advances in intervention science are building an ever-richer armamentarium of treatments that can make a difference.

Among these evidence-based treatments, cognitive-behavior therapy CBT has shown particularly strong evidence of effectiveness with children and adolescents, across diverse disorders and over decades of research.