By Cristy Lopez, Gilbert Parra, Mark A. Reinecke, Frank M. Dattilio, Arthur Freeman

Now in a revised and up-to-date moment variation, this clinically orientated casebook and textual content offers empirically supported interventions for a variety of baby and adolescent difficulties. top cognitive-behavioral therapists show overview and remedy methods which were rigorously adapted--or especially designed--to meet the wishes of younger sufferers. Incorporating the most recent, so much leading edge thoughts, the amount displays major fresh advances in wisdom approximately vulnerability and resilience, approaches of swap, and therapy effectiveness. Following a constant layout, every one bankruptcy stories the correct literature and offers a longer case instance bringing to existence what an skilled therapist may do, why, and the way to do it. With new chapters on OCD, character issues, and social nervousness, the casebook additionally addresses oppositional habit, ADHD, substance misuse, melancholy, sexual abuse, high-functioning autism, PTSD, and different usually encountered scientific demanding situations.

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Clinical descriptions of children with AD/HD frequently include difficulties sustaining attention to task, not following through on instructions, being easily distracted, fidgeting, talking excessively, and interrupting others. The diagnostic criteria for AD/HD appear in the fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV; American Psychiatric Association, 1994). To receive a diagnosis of AD/HD, an individual must first display a high enough frequency of its primary symptoms.

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It is consistent with contemporary integrationist and constructivist models of behavior change, and maintains the objective, empirical focus that is the hallmark of cognitive therapy with adults. Cognitive-behavioral therapy with children and adolescents is fundamentally similar, both in theory and in practice, to cognitive therapy with adults. It challenges these models, however, by requiring us to carefully attend to the interpersonal contexts in which children’s beliefs, attitudes, competencies, and skills develop, as well as developmental factors associated with behavioral and emotional change and adaptation.

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