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Katharina Manassis, MD, FRCPC, is Staff Psychiatrist and Senior Associate Scientist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, where she founded and continues to work in the Anxiety Disorders Program for children and youth. The Program focuses on the development and scientific evaluation of cognitive-behavioral treatments. Dr. Manassis is also Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and a member of the Human Development and Applied Psychology Department at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. These appointments allow her to supervise graduate students, residents, and fellows in the treatment and study of childhood anxiety. Dr. Manassis leads several funded research studies to better understand and treat childhood anxiety disorders. She has published over 70 papers in professional journals in this field and is the author of two widely read books for parents, Keys to Parenting Your Anxious Child and Helping Your Teenager Beat Depression, as well as books for child mental health professionals, including Problem Solving in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Benefits of Case Formulation and a Conceptual Framework 2. Gathering Relevant Information: Key Assessment Strategies 3. Biological Aspects of the Formulation 4. Psychological Aspects of the Formulation 5. Social Aspects of the Formulation 6. Spiritual and Cultural Aspects of the Formulation 7. The Process of Case Formulation and Considerations for Preschoolers 8. Case Formulation for School-Age Children 9. Case Formulation for Adolescents 10. Communicating the Case Formulation and Its Treatment Implications 11. Using the Formulation to Inform the Treatment Plan 12. Formulation Challenges and the Need to Monitor Progress