Family-Based Intervention for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

A Core Competencies Approach
 
 
Cambridge University Press
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  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 550 Seiten
978-1-108-70606-3 (ISBN)
 
This handbook provides clear and up-to-date, evidence-based treatment strategies in family-based interventions for mental health problems in childhood and adolescence. Leading experts cover topics including depression, autism spectrum disorder and conduct problems. An invaluable source for all child and adolescent mental health professionals.
  • Englisch
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  • Großbritannien
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Jennifer L. Allen is a Reader in the Department of Psychology at the University of Bath where she is also the Research Director of the clinical psychology doctoral training programme. David J. Hawes is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in the School of Psychology and co-Director of the Child Behaviour Research Clinic at the University of Sydney. Cecilia A. Essau is a Professor of Developmental Psychopathology at the University of Roehampton where she is Director of the Centre for Applied Research and Assessment in Child and Adolescent Wellbeing.
Part I. Theoretical Perspectives on Family-based Intervention: 1. A core-competency perspective on family-based intervention for child and adolescent mental health Jennifer Allen, David Hawes and Cecilia Essau; 2. The role of the family in child and adolescent psychopathology David Hawes, Jennifer Allen, Cecilia Essau and Carri Fisher; 3. Implementation of family-based intervention: current status and future directions Satoko Sasagawa, Cecilia Essau and Tom Ollendick; 4. Effective components of parenting programs for children's conduct problems Patty Leijten; Part II. Core Clinical Competencies: 5. Engaging fathers in interventions for child mental health Lucy Tully, David Hawes and Mark Dadds; 6. Cultural diversity and family-based interventions Regina M. Hechanova, Chantal Ellis S. Tabo-Corpuz and Kay Bunagan; 7. Delivering family-based interventions using phone-assisted and internet-based technology Cristin Hall and Rebecca Bertuccio; Part III. Family Intervention for Specific Child and Adolescent Mental Health Problems: 8. A family-based approach to the treatment of youth depression Martha Tompson, Caroline Swetlitz and Joan Asarnow; 9. Anxiety disorders Gemma Sicouri and Jennifer Hudson; 10. Case complexity and resistance to change in the treatment of child conduct problems David Hawes and Mark Dadds; 11. Enhancing engagement and motivation with adolescents with ADHD and their parents: the Supporting Teens' Autonomy Daily (STAND) model Margaret Sibley and Patrick LaCount; 12. Functional family therapy for antisocial behaviour in adolescents Michael Robbins and James Alexander; 13. Autism spectrum disorders in young children: the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) Elizabeth Fuller and Sally Rogers; 14. Family-based treatment for eating disorders Sasha Gorrell and Daniel Le Grange; 15. Sleep problems Gabrielle Rigney, Penny Corkum, Elizabeth Keys, Michelle Johnson and Jocelyn Paul; Part IV. Family Intervention for Children at Risk Due to Family Dysfunction or Past Adversity: 16. Working with parents with depression in family intervention Emma Archibald, Sarah Gladstone and Tracy Gladstone; 17. Working with parents with anxiety in family intervention Sisi Guo and Tara Peris; 18. Supporting families of children who have experienced maltreatment David Pasalich and Nicola Palfrey; 19. Working with families and children exposed to past intimate partner violence Caitlin Rancher, Renee McDonald, Ernest Jouriles and Helena Draxler; Part V. New Developments in Family-based Intervention: 20. Tuning into kids: an emotion coaching approach to working with parents Sophie Havighurst and Christiane E. Kehoe; 21. Emotion coaching in the context of intimate partner violence Lynn Fainsilber Katz and Kyrill Gurtovenko.

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