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Child and Adolescent Therapy, Second Edition : Cognitive-Behavioral Procedures,9781572305564

Child and Adolescent Therapy, Second Edition : Cognitive-Behavioral Procedures

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9781572305564

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1572305568
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Pub. Date:
6/20/2000
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The Guilford Press
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Summary

The first edition of this book was hailed in "Contemporary Psychology" as "an integrative, comprehensive, and scholarly review of cognitive-behavioral interventions with children and adolescents". Entirely new chapters examine the status of empirically supported interventions and developmental issues specific to work with adolescents.

Author Biography

Philip C. Kendall, PhD, ABPP, is the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Psychology, Head of the Division of Clinical Psychology, and Director of the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic at Temple University. An internationally recognized expert on clinical child psychology and clinical psychological research, Dr. Kendall has published widely on many topics but is perhaps best noted for his development and evaluation of cognitive-behavioral treatments for anxiety in youth. He is the author or coauthor of over 300 research publications and books.

Table of Contents

I. GUIDING THEORY
Guiding Theory for Therapy with Children and Adolescents
3(28)
Philip C. Kendall
Toward a Working Definition
6(2)
Therapist as Coach: The Posture of the Therapist
8(3)
Considering Cognition
11(5)
Developing Coping over Time: A Temporal Model
16(3)
Aspirations
19(228)
Closing
247
References
25(6)
II. EXTERNALIZING DISORDERS
Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment and Treatment with Aggressive Children
31(57)
John E. Lochman
Janet M. Whidby
David P. FitzGerald
Conceptual Framework for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Identifying Mediational Processes
33(16)
Assessment of Aggression in Children
49(9)
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Aggressive Children
58(18)
References
76(12)
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: The Search for Viable Treatments
88(41)
Stephen P. Hinshaw
Fundamentals of ADHD
90(9)
Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Treatments: Rationale and Findings
99(7)
Relevant Procedures
106(9)
Mediators and Moderators of Treatment Outcome
115(2)
Current Status and Future Directions
117(6)
Notes
123(1)
References
123(6)
Managing Anger in Youth: A Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention Approach
129(44)
W. Michael Nelson III
A.J. Finch, Jr.
Theories, Concepts, Central Features, and Categorization of Anger and Aggression
131(5)
The Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Anger and Aggression in Youth
136(1)
The Cognitive-Behavioral Model of Anger
137(1)
The Therapeutic Relationship and the Stress Inoculation paradigm for Aggressive Youth
138(24)
Integration of Individual and Family Interventions: Future Directions
162(2)
Note
164(1)
References
164(9)
III. INTERNALIZING DISORDERS
Treatment of Depression in Childhood and Adolescence: Cognitive-Behavioral Procedures for the Individual and Family
173(62)
Kevin D. Stark
Janay Boswell Sander
Mary G. Yancy
Michelle D. Bronik
and Julia A. Hoke
Prevalence of Depression
174(1)
Natural Course of Depression
175(1)
Predictors of Duration of an Episode
175(1)
Psychosocial Aspects of Depressive Disorders: Disturbances in Affect Regulation
176(3)
Etiology of Depressive Disorders during Childhood
179(8)
An Integrated Model of Depressive Disorders during Childhood
187(4)
Assessment
191(9)
Treatment Program
200(18)
Moderators of Treatment of Outcome
218(6)
Treatment Outcome Research
224(2)
Summary
226(1)
References
227(8)
Treating Anxiety Disorders in Youth
235(56)
Philip C. Kendall
Brain C. Chu
Sandra S. Pimentel
Muniya Choudhury
The Nature of Anxiety in Youth
236(7)
Assessment
243(10)
Treatment: Procedures and Outcomes
253(25)
Notes
278(1)
References
278(13)
IV. SPECIAL POPULATIONS AND TOPICS
Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Children with Chronic Health Conditions
291(43)
James W. Varni
Annette M. La Greca
Anthony Spirito
Health-Related Quality-of-Life Assessment
292(4)
Coping Assessment
296(2)
Empirically Supported Treatments in Pediatric Psychology
298(2)
Interventions for Medical Adherence
300(11)
Pediatric Pain Management
311(9)
Problem-Solving Skills Training in Pediatric Cancer
320(4)
Summary
324(1)
References
324(10)
Working with Adolescents: Guides from Developmental Psychology
334(52)
Grayson N. Holmbeck
Craig Colder
Wendy Shapera
Venette Westhoven
Laura Kenealy
Anne Updegrove
Why a Separate Chapter on Adolescents?
335(1)
Overview of Recent Research on Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions with Adolescents
336(4)
A Framework for Understanding Adolescent Development and Adjustment
340(19)
Implications of Developmental Psychology for the Use of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Adolescents
359(11)
Case Example: Developmental Factors and the Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
370(5)
General Conclusions
375(1)
References
376(10)
Empirically Supported Treatments for Children and Adolescents
386(41)
Thomas H. Ollendick
Neville J. King
On the Nature of Empirically Supported Treatments
387(2)
Empirically Supported Psychosocial Treatments for Child Behavior Problems
389(16)
On Empirically Supported Treatment: Promises and Pitfalls
405(14)
Conclusions
419(1)
Notes
419(1)
References
420(7)
Index 427


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