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Child and Adolescent Therapy : Science and Art

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Pub. Date:
10/1/2005
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Summary

This comprehensive guide to child therapy provides a thorough introduction to the principles and practice of psychotherapy with children and adolescents. It provides balanced coverage of child therapy theory, research, and practice. Adopting an integrated approach, the authors bring both the science ofevidence-based practice and the art of therapy into each chapter.

Author Biography

JEREMY P. SHAPIRO, PhD, is a clinical child psychologist and an adjunct faculty member in the Psychology Department and Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, where he teaches courses in child and adolescent psychology, assessment, and therapy. Dr. Shapiro's research focuses on psychotherapy processes and outcomes and treatment of aggression. He has published numerous articles and presented many professional workshops on these topics, and his violence prevention program, called Peacemakers, has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

ROBERT D. FRIEDBERG, PhD, ABPP, is an Associate Professor and Director of the Postdoctoral Fellowship programs at Penn State Milton Hershey Medical Center/Penn State College of Medicine. Dr. Friedberg is board certified in cognitive and behavior therapy, a Founding Fellow in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and a recent Extramural Scholar at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research. He has published four other books including Clinical Practice of Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents (with J. McClure).

KAREN K. BARDENSTEIN, PhD, received her doctorate from the University of Michigan. She is a Clinical Instructor in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University. She has coauthored a book on personality disorders in children and adolescents. Her practice specializes in childhood disorders, personality assessment, divorce, and custody issues, as well as psychotherapy for adults and couples.

Table of Contents

Preface: The Therapist's Challenge xi
Acknowledgments xiii
PART I THE TOOLS OF THE THERAPIST
Therapy Fundamentals
3(37)
The Therapeutic Orientation toward Clients
4(4)
Getting Started
8(7)
Basic Child Therapy Skills
15(6)
Helping Clients Open Up
21(10)
Therapeutic Collaborations
31(3)
Collaborating with Other Child-Serving Systems
34(1)
Termination
35(3)
Summary
38(2)
Behavior Therapy
40(31)
Learning Theory
41(6)
Assessment and Case Formulation
47(4)
Change Processes
51(2)
Outcome Research
53(2)
The Therapist's Style
55(1)
Relaxation Training
56(1)
Systematic Desensitization
57(2)
Contingency Contracting
59(7)
Social Skills Training
66(3)
Summary
69(2)
Cognitive Therapy
71(30)
Cognitive Theory
72(4)
Assessment and Case Formulation
76(4)
Change Processes
80(1)
Outcome Research
81(2)
The Therapist's Style
83(3)
Self-Monitoring
86(2)
Self-Instruction
88(1)
Self-Reinforcement
89(1)
Cognitive Restructuring
90(3)
Socratic Questioning
93(2)
Tests of Evidence
95(2)
Naming Cognitive Distortions
97(1)
Personal Experiments
98(1)
Summary
99(2)
Psychodynamic Therapy
101(34)
Psychoanalytic Theory
102(11)
Assessment and Case Formulation
113(4)
Change Processes
117(4)
Outcome Research
121(2)
The Therapist's Style
123(1)
Facilitating the Expression of Material
123(1)
Interpretation and Insight
124(3)
Life Education
127(4)
Corrective Emotional Experience
131(1)
Summary
132(3)
Constructivism: Solution-Oriented and Narrative Therapy
135(32)
Postmodernism and the Social Construction of Reality
136(5)
Assessment and Case Formulation
141(2)
Change Processes
143(5)
Outcome Research
148(1)
The Therapist's Style
149(1)
Solution-Oriented Therapy Techniques
150(8)
Narrative Therapy Techniques
158(6)
Summary
164(3)
Family Systems Therapy
167(38)
Systems Theory
168(8)
Assessment and Case Formulation
176(5)
Change Processes
181(4)
Outcome Research
185(1)
The Therapist's Style
186(1)
Combining Family and Individual Modalities
187(1)
Facilitating Communication
187(3)
Psychoeducation
190(1)
Systemic Insight
191(1)
Reframing
192(3)
Treating Enmeshment and Disengagement
195(1)
Therapist Directives
196(2)
Treating Negative Feedback Loops
198(1)
Treating Positive Feedback Loops
199(3)
Extended Family and Multigenerational Therapy
202(1)
Summary
202(3)
Atheoretical and Transtheoretical Techniques
205(40)
Miscellaneous Techniques
206(4)
Parent Counseling
210(2)
Providing Information and Direction to Clients
212(10)
Meeting the Client Halfway
222(6)
Incorporating Experiences into New Structures of Meaning
228(12)
Summary
240(5)
PART II THE NEEDS OF CLIENTS
Outcome Research and Clinical Reasoning in Treatment Planning
245(32)
The Controversy: How Should Counselors Plan Therapy?
245(1)
The Case for Outcome Research
246(3)
What the Research Says
249(6)
Mediators and Moderators of Treatment Effects
255(2)
The Limitations of Outcome Research
257(2)
What the Research Does Not Say
259(4)
Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice
263(9)
When to Consider Techniques without Strong Empirical Support
272(3)
Summary
275(2)
Cultural Factors in Therapy
277(30)
The Role of Culture in Psychotherapy
278(11)
Assessment and Case Formulation
289(6)
The Therapist's Style
295(1)
Connecting the Cultures of Therapy and Client
296(3)
Conflicts between Client Cultures and the Predominant Culture
299(1)
Addressing Prejudice and Discrimination
300(1)
Culturally Specific Adaptations of Therapeutic Approaches
301(1)
Bringing Spirituality into Therapy
302(2)
Summary
304(3)
Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Children
307(34)
Diagnoses Treated in This Chapter
308(1)
Clinical Presentation and Etiology
308(4)
Assessment
312(4)
Treatment Planning
316(3)
Behavioral-Systemic Parent Training
319(12)
The Collaborative Problem Solving Approach
331(3)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with the Child
334(3)
Psychodynamic Therapy
337(2)
Summary
339(2)
Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Adolescents
341(34)
Diagnoses Treated in This Chapter
342(1)
Clinical Presentation and Etiology
342(5)
Assessment
347(1)
Treatment Planning
348(3)
Behavioral-Systemic Therapy
351(17)
Substance Abuse
368(1)
Psychodynamic Therapy
368(3)
Parent Counseling
371(1)
Summary
372(3)
Aggression and Violence
375(32)
Diagnoses Treated in This Chapter
376(1)
Clinical Presentation and Etiology
376(6)
Assessment
382(2)
Treatment Planning
384(2)
Interventions Addressing Attitudes, Values, and Motivation
386(4)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
390(13)
Psychodynamic Therapy
403(1)
Systems-Oriented Intervention
404(1)
Summary
405(2)
Anxiety
407(36)
Diagnoses Treated in This Chapter
408(1)
Clinical Presentation and Etiology
409(6)
Assessment
415(1)
Treatment Planning
416(4)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
420(12)
Psychodynamic Therapy
432(6)
Family Therapy and Parent Counseling
438(2)
Summary
440(3)
Depression
443(34)
Diagnoses Treated in This Chapter
444(1)
Clinical Presentation and Etiology
445(6)
Assessment
451(1)
Treatment Planning
452(4)
Special Topic: Suicide Risk
456(3)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
459(9)
Psychodynamic Therapy
468(4)
Family Therapy and Parent Counseling
472(1)
Interpersonal Therapy
473(1)
Summary
474(3)
Stress and Trauma
477(38)
Diagnoses Treated in This Chapter
478(1)
Clinical Presentation and Etiology
478(5)
Coping with Stress and Trauma
483(3)
Assessment
486(3)
Treatment Planning
489(2)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
491(7)
Psychodynamic Therapy
498(1)
Constructivist Therapy
498(1)
Systems-Oriented Intervention
499(1)
Therapy for Parental Divorce
500(4)
Therapy for Bereavement
504(2)
Therapy for Sexual Abuse
506(5)
Summary
511(4)
Afterword: The Therapist's Experience 515(4)
References 519(64)
Author Index 583(16)
Subject Index 599


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