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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 27 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Flaherty, Lois T.;
Front Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Editor Introduction -- PART I: SCHONFELD AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES -- 1. Adolescent Violence in America: A Historical Perspective -- 2. Youth, Ideology, and Terrorism -- PART II: ORIGINAL ARTICLES AND REVIEWS -- 3. Serious Delinquency and Gang Membership -- 4. A Chronicle of Seclusion and Restraint in an Intermediate-Term Care Facility -- 5. Early Recognition and Differentiation of Pediatric Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder -- PART III: SPECIAL SECTION ON TRAUMA AND ADOLESCENCE -- Section Introduction -- 6. Trauma and Adolescence I: The Nature and Scope of Trauma -- 7. Trauma and Adolescence II: The Impact of Trauma -- 8. Trauma and Adolescence III: Issues of Identification, Intervention, and Social Policy -- 9. Cross-Cultural and Gender Considerations of Trauma -- 10. The Neurobiological Effects of Trauma -- 11. Interventions with Traumatized Adolescents -- 12. Late Adolescence and Combat PTSD -- PART IV: CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS -- 13. The Self-Deceptions and Misconceptions of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and Other Mental Health Professionals -- 14. Adolescents in Psychotherapy: The Importance of the Belief System of the Family -- PART V: ASAP POSITION PAPER -- 15. Youth Violence: Its Meanings to Society in the 21st Century -- Author Index -- Subject Index.Volume 27 of Adolescent Psychiatry focuses on trauma and violence among adolescents, and attends especially to the psychological, biological, and social impact of trauma on its victims, especially the young.  Schonfeld Award papers offer a historical perspective on adolescent violence in America, and examine terrorism by looking at the appeal of ideologies that espouse violent revolution to young people. Christopher Thomas and his colleagues, drawing on their groundbreaking work on youth violence in Galveston, Texas, add a study that links gang members with serious violent crime. A series of papers by the Committee on Adolescence of GAP deals not only with the nature, scope, and impact of trauma, but also with its implications for mental health training and public policy, helpfully supplemented by studies that consider the neurobiological effects of trauma and the cultural and gender-based dimensions of trauma. The clinical yield of these new perspectives is addressed in chapters on interventions with traumatized adolescents and on the special vulnerability of late adolescents to combat-related PTSD. Clinical contributions of related interest show how effective interventions can reduce the use of seclusion and restraint with state hospital adolescent populations; and provide an up-to-date understanding of the recognition of, and differentiation between, early-onset schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. James Gilfoil discusses the importance of families' attitudes toward psychotherapy in the outcome of clinical work with adolescents. Saul Levine dissects the various self-deceptions and myths among mental health professionals and policymakers that have militated against appropriate therapeutic care for adolescents. And Volume 27 concludes with an ASAP Position Paper that provides further discussion of the role of societal attitudes about youth inboth the perpetuation of violence and the lack of appropriate interventions.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 24 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Esman, Aaron H.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Editor's Introduction -- PART I. DEVELOPMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS: ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT RECONSIDERED -- Introduction: Shelley Doctors and Harvey Horowitz -- 1 I Am, You Are, and So Are We: A Current Perspective on Adolescent Separation-Individuation Theory -- 2 The Interpersonal Matrix of Adolescent Development and Treatment -- 3 The Psychology of Belonging: Reformulating Adolescent Development -- PART II. SCHOOL-BASED MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: THE FUTURE OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Introduction to Special Section: Irving Berkovitz -- 4 Psychiatric Public Health Opportunities in School-Based Health Centers -- 5 On-Site School-Based Mental Health Clinics: 15 Years of Experience in Orange County, California -- 6 School Mental Health in New Mexico -- 7 An Advising Program in a Large Urban High School: The Magic Match -- 8 Changing Paradigms in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Toward Expanded School Mental Health -- PART III. FORENSIC ISSUES IN ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- 9 Forensic Psychiatry for Adolescent Psychiatrists: An Introduction -- 10 Juvenile Justice: An Update -- 11 Competence in Adolescents -- PART IV. PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY IN ADOLESCENCE: CURRENT PERSPECTIVES -- 12 Pharmacologic Treatment of Behavior Disorders in Adolescents -- 13 Pharmacologic Treatment of Affective Disorders in Adolescents -- 14 Pharmacologic Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Adolescents -- 15 Pharmacologic Treatment of Psychosis and Pervasive Developmental Disorders in Adolescents -- PART V. ISSUES IN ADOLESCENT CONSULTATION-LIAISON -- 16 Psychiatric Consultation on an Adolescent Medical Service -- Author Index -- Subject Index.Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. Volume 24 of The Annals surveys four broad areas of adolescent psychiatry that speak to the challenges and opportunities now before the field. Part I offers three important reassessments of adolescent development; they focus, respectively, on separation-individuation theory, the interpersonal matrix of adolescence, and the psychology of belonging. Part II explores the future of child and adolescent psychiatry in the context of school-based mental health services. Several assessments of ongoing school-based mental health clinics provide the context for reflection on the future of school-based delivery systems. Part III examines forensic issues in adolescent psychiatry and includes an overview of forensic psychiatry for adolescent psychiatrists, an update on juvenile justice, and a review of the issue of competence in adolescents. Finally, Part IV offers a series of current perspectives on psychopharmacology in relation to adolescence. Contributors review the current status of pharmacological treatment of different adolescent populations, including adolescents with behavior disorders, affective disorders, anxiety disorders, pervasive developmental disorders, and psychosis. The volume concludes with a timely examination of therole of psychiatric consultation on an adolescent medical service.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 22 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Esman, Aaron H.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Editor's Introduction -- In Memoriam: Sherman C. Feinstein -- In Memoriam: Peter Blos, Ph.D. -- PART I. ADOLESCENCE: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS -- 1 Adolescent Daydreams and Creative Impulse -- 2 Shakespeare's Adolescents -- 3 Nietzsche and the Romantic Construction of Adolescence -- PART II. CLINICAL ISSUES IN ADOLESCENCE -- 4 A Psychoanalytic Approach to Eating Disorders: The Role of Dependency -- 5 Impulse Control Disorders in Adolescents -- 6 Psychiatric Contributions to Improve the Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice -- 7 Dora as an Adolescent: Sadistic and Sadomasochistic Fantasies -- Discussions -- Discussions -- Reply to Discussions -- 8 The Diagnosis of Narcissistic and Antisocial Pathology in Adolescence -- PART III. ADOLESCENCE AND SOCIAL CRISIS -- 9 Adolescents' Reactions to Rabin's Assassination: A Case of Patricide? -- SPECIAL SECTION: AMBIENT GENOCIDE AND ADOLESCENCE -- Introduction -- 10 Narcissism, Identity Formation and Genocide -- 11 Working with Adolescent Victims of Ethnic Cleansing in Bosnia -- 12 Adolescent Genocide -- 13 Adolescent Violence-Twentieth Century Madness: A Critical Review of Theories of Causation -- The Authors -- Contents of Volumes 1-21 -- Index.Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchinni, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise. The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. With volume 22, the editorship of Adolescent Psychiatry passes to Aaron E. Esman, a distinguished clinician and educator whose wide-ranging sensibilities gain expression in a collection rich in clinical, developmental, and scholarly insight. Encompassing developmental topics (adolescent daydreams) timely clinical issues (eating disorders, impulse control disorders, narcissistic and antisocial pathology), historical commentaries (Shakespeare's adolescents, Nietzsche's romantic construction of adolescence, Freud's Dora as an adolescent), and a special section on "ambient genocide and adolescence," volume 22 ably meets the needs of professional and scholarly readers interested in this vitally important stage of life.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 25 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Esman, Aaron H.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY: DEVELOPMENTAL AND CLINICAL STUDIES -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION -- PART I DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES -- 1 ATTACHMENT-INDIVIDUATION: I.CLINICAL NOTES TOWARD A RECONSIDERATION OF "ADOLESCENT TURMOIL" -- 2 ORGANIZING ADOLESCENTS(CE): A DYNAMIC SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE ON ADOLESCENCE AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY -- 3 THE TAO AND TALMUD OF ADOLESCENCE AND YOUNG ADULTHOOD: BEING, BELONGING, BELIEVING, BENEVOLENCE -- PART II PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN ADOLESCENCE -- 4 PERSONALITY PATHOLOGY IN ADOLESCENCE: A REVIEW -- 5 ADOLESCENT MOURNING: A PARADIGMATIC CASE REPORT -- PART III PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO ADOLESCENTS -- 6 PSYCHOANALYSIS AND DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY IN ADOLESCENCE -- 7 INTERPERSONAL PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR DEPRESSED ADOLESCENTS: THEORY, PRACTICE, AND RESEARCH -- 8 INTEGRATED TREATMENT IN THE CARE OF SERIOUSLY DISTURBED ADOLESCENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES -- 9 CHESS AS A WAY OF IMPROVING OBJECT RELATIONSHIPS IN NARCISSISTIC TEENAGERS -- PART IV FORENSIC CONSIDERATIONS IN ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- 10 INFORMED CONSENT OF MINORS IN CRUCIAL AND CRITICAL HEALTH CARE DECISIONS -- 11 GIRLS WHO DENY A PREGNANCY GIRLS WHO KILL THE NEONATE -- THE AUTHORS -- CONTENTS OF VOLUMES 1-24 -- Subject Index -- Author Index.Volume 25 of The Annals is a timely reprise on developmental, psychotherapeutic, and forensic issues that enter into the evaluation and treatment of adolescents. It traverses different explanatory perspectives, offers integrative expositions of several treatment modalities, and wrestles with the legal dimensions of adolescent care. The volume begins with three developmental studies: Shelley Doctors's clinically grounded reconsideration of "adolescent turmoil," Charles Jaffe's dynamic systems approach to adolescent psychotherapy, and Saul Levin's thoughtful consideration of four aspects of the adolescent passage that clinicians tend to ignore: the adolescent's sense of being, of belonging, of believing, and of benevolence. A thorough review of adolescent personality pathology and a case report of adolescent mourning are followed by a series of papers exploring three principal treatment modalities commonly employed in work with disturbed adolescents: psychodynamic, interpersonal, and the integrated approach of the Austen Riggs Center. Consideration of the game of chess as a "method and metaphor" for working with object relationships in narcissistic teenagers concludes the section of material on therapeutic approaches. The final section of volume 25 engages two knotty forensic issues that have come to the fore in adolescent psychiatry. Saul Levin examines the legal and developmental dimensions of the informed consent of minors whereas Everett Dulit outlines three clinical constellations associated with female adolescents' denial of pregnancy and examines their relationship to neonaticide. Like its distinguished predecessors, volume 25 is a thoughtfully assembled collection that not only spans the many facets of adolescent psychiatry but is responsive to the most pressing challenges - evaluative, therapeutic, legal - before the field.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 26 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Flaherty, Lois T.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY: DEVELOPMENTAL AND CLINICAL STUDIES -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION -- PART I SCHONFELD AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES -- 1 LESSONS MY PATIENTS TAUGHT ME -- 2 PERENNIAL MEDICINE AND CHANGING TECHNOLOGIES -- PART II DEVELOPMENTAL ISSUES -- 3 CREATED IN OTHERS' EYES -- 4 INVISIBLE GAY ADOLESCENTS: DEVELOPMENTAL NARRATIVES OF GAY MEN -- PART III TRAUMA, VIOLENCE, AND SUICIDE -- 5 POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS SYMPTOMS IN CUBAN ADOLESCENT REFUGEES DURING CAMP CONFINEMENT -- 6 THE ISLAND YOUTH PROGRAMS: COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS FOR REDUCING YOUTH VIOLENCE AND DELINQUENCY -- 7 A RISKY PARTNERSHIP: WORKING WITH THE ADOLESCENT SUICIDE ATTEMPTER -- 8 DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY FOR INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT PARASUICIDAL ADOLESCENTS -- PART IV ADHD AND CONDUCT DISORDERS -- 9 PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER -- 10 CONDUCT DISORDER SHOULD BE ELIMINATED FROM THE DIAGNOSTIC AND STATISTICAL MANUAL OF MENTAL DISORDERS -- 11 CONDUCT DISORDER IS A USEFUL DIAGNOSIS FOR ADOLESCENTS -- 12 EDITOR'S COMMENT: IS THERE HOPE FOR CONDUCT DISORDER? -- PART V POSITION PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- 13 GAYS IN THE MILITARY: POSITION STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- 14 THE DEATH PENALTY FOR MINORS: POSITION STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- 15 SUMMARY OF THOMPSON V. OKLAHOMA 487 U.S. 815 (1988) -- 16 INTRODUCTION TO THE BRIEF OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY AND THE AMERICAN ORTHOPSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION AS AMICI CURIAE IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONER IN THOMPSON V. OKLAHOMA -- 17 1987 AMICI CURIAE BRIEF IN THE U.S. SUPREME COURT CASE OF THOMPSON V. OKLAHOMA -- Author Index -- Subject Index.Volume 26 of The Annals begins with essays that address the challenge of maintaining human connections in a biological century; Philip Katz focuses on the human encounter between therapist and patient whereas Vivian Rakoff emphasizes the continuing identity of the healer throughout history.  Papers on adolescent development, which challenge readers to look beyond preconceived ideas, include Robert Galatzer-Levy's examination of adolescence as a social construction expressed in contradictory cultural narratives and Jack Drescher's exploration of the developmental narratives of gay men in order to illuminate the seeming invisibility of gay adolescents.   A section dedicated to "Trauma, Violence, and Suicide" explores interventions with special groups of high-risk adolescents, including violent offendors, suicide attempters, and adolescent refugees.  A special section on attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and conduct disorders includes a debate on whether or not conduct disorder is actually a valid diagnosis.  The final section of Volume 26 addresses social issues of continuing relevance to adolescent psychiatry: the juvenile death penalty and gays in the military.  Reprinted here are the ASAP's position statements on these two issues along with its amici curiae brief in support of the petitioner in the landmark Supreme Court case of Thompson v. Oklahoma.   Volume 26 of The Annals tracks the continuing evolution of adolescent psychiatry as it strives to keep pace with therapeutic and social responsibilities which, in the 21st century, have become increasingly intertwined.  We have here a typically thoughtful compendium that, in drawing attention to the pressing issues before those who work with adolescents, highlights bith the field's achievements to date and the work that lies before it.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 23 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Esman, Aaron H.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Half Title -- Editorial Board -- Full Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- In Memoriam: Derek Miller, M.D. -- Foreword -- PART I. DEVELOPMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS -- 1 A Reexamination of Peter Blos's Concept of Prolonged Adolescence -- 2 Developmental Roots of Adolescent Disturbance -- 3 The Role of Family Interactions in Adolescent Depression: A Review of Research Findings -- PART II. PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL ISSUES IN ADOLESCENCE -- 4 Adolescent Substance Abuse: Assessment and Treatment -- 5 Psychosomatic and Depressive Symptoms from Age Eight to Age Eighteen -- PART III. PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC ISSUES IN ADOLESCENCE -- 6 Establishing the Therapeutic Alliance -- 7 Treatment of a Narcissistically Disordered Adolescent: Some Theoretical and Therapeutic Considerations -- Discussion -- 8 Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Success: Self-Destructive Behavior as an Expression of Autonomy in Young Women -- PART IV. SCHOOL-BASED AND PREVENTIVE PROGRAMS -- 9 Adolescent Sex and AIDS -- 10 A Light Unto the Darkness: The Psychoeducational Imperative of School-Based Suicide Postvention -- 11 A Program of Comprehensive School-Based Mental Health Services in a Large Urban Public School District: The Dallas Model -- 12 The Current Crisis in Psychotherapy at Boarding Schools: Protecting the Interests of the Child and of the School -- The Authors -- Contents of Volumes 1-22 -- Index.Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchinni, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process . . . to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts." Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field." For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise. The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health practitioners working with youth. Volume 23 of The Annals begins with the late Richard Marohn's reexamination of Peter Blos's concept of "prolonged adolescence," followed by contributions on the developmental roots of adolescent disturbances, the role of family interactions in adolescent depression, the establishment of a therapeutic alliance with adolescents, and the treatment of narcissistically disordered adolescents. The assessment and treatment of adolescent substance abuse and of psychosomatic and depressive symptoms in adolescence receive timely consideration. In a concluding section on "School-Based and Preventive Programs," contributors address a range of important issues, from adolescent sex and AIDS, to the provision of mental health services in public and private schools, to the need for school-based suicide postvention programs. In summary, volume 23 shows adolescent psychiatry to be as vital as ever, building on the clinical wisdom of the past while responding to the urgent challenges of the day.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Handbook of child and adolescent psychiatry / by Noshpitz, Joseph D.,1922-(SAGE)1892729;
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.v. 1. Infants and preschoolers : development and syndromes -- v. 2. The grade school child : development and syndromes -- v. 3. Adolescence : development and syndromes -- v. 4. Varieties of development -- v. 6. Basic psychiatric science and treatment -- v. 7. Advances and new directions.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 21 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Flaherty, Lois T.; Horowitz, Harvey.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- In Memoriam: Richard C. Marohn, M.D. (1934-1995) -- In Memoriam: Herman D. Staples, M.D. (1918-1994) -- Part I. Development and Psychopathology -- 1 A Hierarchical Model of Adolescent Development: Implications for Psychotherapy -- 2 The Awareness of the Past in Adolescence -- 3 Adolescence, Authority, and Change -- 4 Adolescents and Disaster -- 5 Breaking Up or Breaking Away: The Struggle Around Autonomy and Individuation Among Adolescent Daughters of Divorce -- 6 Parent Loss in Childhood and Adult Psychopathology -- 7 Thought Disorders in Adolescent Schizophrenia: Toward an Integrative Model -- 8 The Family Perceptions of Young Adults with Putative Risk for Schizophrenia -- 9 Adolescent Mood Disorders -- Part II. Assessment -- 10 Hearing the S.O.S.: Assessing the Lethality of a Youth in Distress -- 11 Use of Structured Assessment Tools in Clinical Practice -- 12 On the Uses and Misuses of Psychoeducational Evaluations -- Part III. Issues in Psychotherapy -- 13 Adolescent Analyzability Reconsidered -- 14 Failures in Everyday Psychotherapy -- 15 Self Psychology Perspectives on Adolescents -- 16 The Psychotherapeutic Pathway to Adaptive Individuation for Adolescents Confronting Conflict -- Part IV. Interventions for Violence and Trauma -- 17 Intervening Against Violence in the Schools -- 18 The Game's the Thing: Play Psychotherapy with a Traumatized Young Adolescent Boy -- Part V. Special Section on Training -- 19 Report of the Accreditation Council on Fellowships in Adolescent Psychiatry -- 20 Adolescent Psychiatry Training: Guidelines for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residents, General Psychiatry Residents, and Medical Students -- The Authors -- Contents of Volume 1-20 -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Adolescent Psychiatry, V. 20 : Annals of the American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry. by Marohn, Richard C.;
Cover -- ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Editor's Preface -- Reflections of the Editor Emeritus -- PART I. A TRIBUTE TO SHERMAN FEINSTEIN -- Editor's Introduction -- 1 Sherman C. Feinstein, M.D.: Editor, Adolescent Psychiatry, 1973 to 1994 -- 2 Adolescent Affective Disorders -- 3 Assimilating Piaget: Cognitive Structures and Depressive Reaction to Loss -- PART II: HISTORY -- Editor's Introduction -- 4 Depression in Adolescents -- 5 Reflections on the History of Adolescent Psychiatry -- 6 Vienna Psychoanalytic Society Minutes- February 15, 1922 -- Concerning a Typical Form of Male Puberty -- Comments on Dr. Siegfried Bernfeld's Paper, "Concerning a Typical Form of Male Puberty" -- 7 Adolescent Psychiatry: Present Status and Future Trends -- PART III: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS OF ADOLESCENCE -- Editor's Introduction -- 8 Adolescence and Society -- 9 Trauma and Adolescent Rites of Initiation -- 10 Childhood Trauma Revisited: Interruption of Development -- 11 Facets of Adolescent Sexuality -- PART IV: SPECIFIC SYNDROMES -- Editor's Introduction -- 12 Seeking Help from Informal and Formal Resources During Adolescence: Sociodemographic and Psychological Correlates -- 13 Anxiety, Depression, and Psychosomatic Disorders: Developmental Arrhythmias in Adolescent Mothers -- 14 Dissociative Disorders in Adolescence -- 15 The Child and Adolescent Literature about the Death of a Parent -- 16 Diagnostic Assessment and Therapeutic Approaches to Borderline Disorders in Adolescents -- 17 Paradise Lost-Bulimia, A Closet Narcissistic Personality Disorder: A Developmental, Self, and Object Relations Approach -- 18 A Review of Eating Disorders in Adolescents -- PART V: TREATMENT MODALITIES -- Editor's Introduction -- 19 Forming a Therapeutic Alliance with Teenagers -- 20 Thoughts on Short-Term and Single-Session Therapy.21 Brief Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Adolescents -- 22 The Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Suicidal Adolescents -- 23 The Adolescent in the Schools: A Therapeutic Guide -- 24 Family Therapy and Some Personality Disorders in Adolescence -- 25 Adolescent Partial Hospitalization: A Developmental Perspective -- 26 Residential Treatment of Severely Disturbed Children -- The Authors -- Contents of Volumes 1-19 -- Name Index -- Subject Index.Launched in 1971, Adolescent Psychiatry, in the words of founding coeditors Sherman C. Feinstein, Peter L. Giovacchini, and Arthur A. Miller, promised "to explore adolescence as a process...to enter challenging and exciting areas that may have profound effects on our basic concepts."  Further, they promised "a series that will provide a forum for the expression of ideas and problems that plague and excite so many of us working in this enigmatic but fascinating field."  For over two decades, Adolescent Psychiatry has fulfilled this promise.  The repository of a wealth of original studies by preeminent clinicians, developmental researchers, and social scientists specializing in this stage of life, the series has become an essential resource for all mental health professionals working with youth. Volume 20 of the series serves as a tribute to editor emeritus Sherman C. Feinstein.  In addition to an appreciation of, and contributions by, Dr. Feinstein, it contains heretofore unpublished papers by two other major figures in adolescent psychiatry, founding father William Schonfeld and a Viennese colleague transplanted to America, Siegfried Bernfeld.  With sections on general considerations of adolescence, specific syndromes, and treatment modalities, volume 20 presents the work of many of today's preeminent minds in adolescent psychiatry.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health. by Claveirole, Anne.(DLC)1608470; Gaughan, Martin.(DLC)1608465;
Intro -- Understanding children and young people's mental health -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1 Setting the scene -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Social context -- 1.3 Children and young people's mental health -- 1.4 'Every Child Matters': What can we do to help? -- 1.5 Conclusion -- 2 The family -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 What is 'normal' family functioning? -- 2.3 The family life cycle -- 2.4 Family structure -- 2.5 Recent developments: narrative approaches to family therapy -- 2.6 Attachment and family therapy -- 2.7 Parenting support and education -- 2.8 Conclusion -- 3 Psychosocial development -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Theories of development -- 3.3 Infant attachment -- 3.4 Adolescent identity formation -- 3.5 Adolescent self-esteem -- 3.6 Adolescent reasoning ability -- 3.7 Adolescent egocentrism -- 3.8 The psychological impact of puberty -- 3.9 Adolescent brain development -- 3.10 The value of contextual theories in explaining development of children and adolescents -- 3.11 The PVEST model -- 3.12 Conclusion -- 4 Self-harm -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 What is self-harm? -- 4.3 How common is self-harm? -- 4.4 Vulnerability and resilience -- 4.5 Promoting resilience -- 4.6 Models of self-harm -- 4.7 Assessment -- 4.8 Intervention -- 4.9 Informal support -- 4.10 Promoting positive behaviour -- 4.11 Self-help -- 4.12 Making access easier -- 4.13 Talking therapies -- 4.14 The personal impact of working alongside children and young people who self-harm -- 4.15 Conclusion -- 5 Depression -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Defining depression -- 5.3 Prevalence -- 5.4 Vulnerability -- 5.5 Assessment -- 5.6 Symptoms of depression in children and young people -- 5.7 Protective factors and promoting resilience -- 5.8 Interventions -- 5.9 Cognitive-behaviour therapy.5.10 Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents -- 5.11 Medication -- 5.12 Psychodynamics -- 5.13 What else helps? -- 5.14 The family -- 5.15 Conclusion -- 6 Suicide -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 What is suicide? -- 6.3 How common is suicide? -- 6.4 Vulnerability -- 6.5 Resilience -- 6.6 Risk assessment -- 6.7 Models of assessment and intervention -- 6.8 Applied suicide and intervention skills training -- 6.9 Skills-based training on risk management -- 6.10 Intervention -- 6.11 Prevention -- 6.12 Postvention -- 6.13 Conclusion -- 7 Child abuse and child protection -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Definitions of child abuse -- 7.3 Incidence and prevalence -- 7.4 Risk factors -- 7.5 Policy -- 7.6 Assessment -- 7.7 Prevention -- 7.8 Interventions -- 7.9 Conclusion -- 8 Eating disorders -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 What are eating disorders? -- 8.3 How common are eating disorders? -- 8.4 What causes eating disorders? -- 8.5 Resilience factors -- 8.6 Assessment -- 8.7 Interventions -- 8.8 Psychological support -- 8.9 Conclusion -- 9 Early onset psychosis -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Time to change? -- 9.3 Prevalence -- 9.4 Vulnerability to psychosis -- 9.5 Early and very early onset psychosis -- 9.6 Phases of psychosis -- 9.7 Prevention and early intervention -- 9.8 Assessment -- 9.9 Interventions -- 9.10 Drug treatment -- 9.11 Effectiveness of medication -- 9.12 Side effects -- 9.13 Talking therapies -- 9.14 Promoting resilience, staying well and recovery -- 9.15 Involving the family -- 9.16 Conclusion -- 10 ADHD -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 What is ADHD? -- 10.3 The experience of ADHD -- 10.4 ADHD as a diagnostic category -- 10.5 Prevalence -- 10.6 Risk factors -- 10.7 Resilience: factors affecting outcome -- 10.8 Assessment -- 10.9 Interventions -- 10.10 Conclusion -- 11 Autistic spectrum disorders -- 11.1 Introduction.11.2 Definition and classification -- 11.3 Prevalence -- 11.4 Risk factors/causation theories -- 11.5 Associated problems -- 11.6 Development -- 11.7 Assessment and diagnosis -- 11.8 Management of care -- 11.9 Conclusion -- 12 Misuse of substances -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Substance use and substance misuse -- 12.3 Prevalence -- 12.4 Patterns of use and misuse in children and young people -- 12.5 Vulnerability and resilience -- 12.6 Environmental and family factors -- 12.7 Early intervention and recognition -- 12.8 Assessment -- 12.9 Intervention -- 12.10 Conclusion -- References -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- W -- Z.Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health has been designed to help the student and newly qualified health care professional to familiarise themselves with the key theoretical frameworks underpinning the field of children and young people's mental health. It explores the mental health challenges that children and young people face, and how we as adults can work alongside them to help them face and overcome such challenges. This book provides comprehensive information on the theory and practice of particular mental health difficulties which children and young people may have to face, including self-harm, depression, suicide, child abuse, eating disorders, substance misuse, and early onset psychosis. Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health is essential reading for pre-registration students in nursing and healthcare on child and mental health branches, and for newly qualified nursing, health and social care practitioners who work with children and young people. Brings together specialist practitioners and academics in the field Incorporates the latest guidelines and policies Practical and accessible in style with learning outcomes, activities, examples and recommended reading in each chapter.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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