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Genius! : nurturing the spirit of the wild, odd, and oppositional child / by Lynn, George T.,1945-(SAGE)1891160; Lynn, Joanne Barrie,1947-(SAGE)2104934;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-262) and indexes.
Subjects: Child psychopathology; Child psychotherapy;
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Abnormal Child Psychology. by Mash, Eric J.; Wolfe, David A.(David Allen),1951-;
Includes Study resources, glossary, references, name and subject indexes.
Subjects: Child psychopathology.; Child psychiatry.;
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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.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adolescent psychiatry.; Adolescent psychopathology.; Child psychiatry.; Child psychopathology.; Electronic books. -- local.;
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Child and Adolescent Psychopathology : Theoretical and Clinical Implications. by Essau, Cecilia A.;
Front Cover -- Child and Adolescent Psychopathology -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of contributors -- Preface -- 1. Normal and abnormal development: what the child clinician should know: Michael C. Lambert -- 2. Oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder: Paul J. Frick and Luna Muñoz -- 3. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Daniel A. Waschbusch, Brendan F. Andrade, and Sara King -- 4. Anxiety disorders: Roma A. Vasa and Daniel S. Pine -- 5. Depressive disorders: Helen Z. Reinherz, Jennifer L. Tanner, Angela D. Paradis, William R. Beardslee, Eva M. Szigethy, and Abigail E. Bond -- 6. The theoretical implications of research findings on adolescent depression: implications for Lewinsohn's Integrative Model of Depression and for a lifespan developmental theory of depression: Antonette M. Zeiss -- 7. Adolescent eating disorders: Ruth H. Striegel-Moore and Debra L. Franko -- 8. Substance use disorders: Paul Rohde and Judy A. Andrews -- 9. Somatoform disorders: Cecilia A. Essau -- 10. Autism: a psychological perspective: Hanna Kovshoff, Corinna F. Grindle, and Richard P. Hastings -- 11. Learning disorders: Maureen Samms-Vaughan -- Index.How do biological and environmental factors influence the development of childhood and adolescent disorders? There has been a substantial increase of interest in research into child and adolescent psychopathology. In this book, Cecilia Essau brings together contributions from the UK, the US and Canada to provide a comprehensive summary of the information available on the subject. Beginning with an introduction to general issues related to child and adolescent psychopathology, including theoretical models of normal and abnormal development, each chapter goes on to address the issues associated with specific disorders, such as: oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder eating disorders substance use disorders somatoform disorders. The contributors present a thorough overview of each disorder, including discussion of definition and classification, epidemiology, risk factors, comorbidity, course, outcome and prevention. Child & Adolescent Psychopathology will be welcomed by all mental health professionals seeking a reliable source of scientifically and clinically relevant information on the nature and treatment of child and adolescent disorders.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.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adolescent psychotherapy; Child psychotherapy;
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Christianity and Developmental Psychopathology [electronic resource] : Foundations and Approaches by Flanagan, Kelly S.; Hall, Sarah E.;
Cover; Title Page; Dedication/Copyright; Contents; Introduction; 1 Overview of Developmental Psychopathology and Integrative Themes; 2 Temperament; 3 Emotion Regulation; 4 The Parent-Child Relationship; 5 The Marital and Parental Dyad; 6 Peer Relationships; 7 Prevention and the Promotion of Thriving; 8 Intervention: Applying a Developmental Psychopathology Framework ; 9 Psychodynamic and Attachment-Based Approaches to Treatment; 10 Behavioral Approaches to Treatment; 11 Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Treatment; 12 Family Systems Approaches to TreatmentAppendix A: Case Formulation WorksheetAppendix B: Developmental Trajectory Map; Appendix C: Select Examples of Evidence-Based Treatments; References ; Subject Index; About the Editors; CAPS; More Titles from InterVarsity Press
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychopathology; Psychotherapy -- Religious aspects.;
© 2014., InterVarsity Press,
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Autism [electronic resource (video)] : diagnosis, causes, and treatments / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Multimedia Group of Canada.;
Basis of Autism (2:56) -- Old and New Theories on Autism (1:42) -- Case Study (3:04) -- Causes of Autism (2:57) -- Communication and Autism (3:03) -- Epilepsy, Retardation, and Autism (3:57) -- Two Types of Autism (5:18) -- Treatments for Autism (3:52) -- Home Therapy With Parents (2:12) -- TEACCH System with Autism (3:54) -- Organization of Brain in Autism (3:29) -- Savant Syndrome (2:06) -- Learning Social Rules (3:32) -- Brain Functions and Autism (1:42) -- Rituals and Group Homes (3:17) -- Coping with Autism (3:19) -- New segment (0:06)What is it like for people with autism, living among others yet always, in a sense, living alone? And how do their parents cope, as they care for them? Built around several case studies, this program distinguishes between high- and low-functioning autism; illustrates structural and functional differences between autistic and non-autistic brains; considers genetics, neurological diseases, and immune system anomalies as possible contributory factors; and discusses associated conditions, such as mental retardation, epilepsy, and echolalia. Applied behavior analysis, the TEACCH system, multisensory stimulation, and dietary interventions are also touched upon.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Adolescent psychopathology; Autism; Child psychopathology; Developmental disabilities; Developmental disorders.;
© [2005], c2001., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Emotionally Disturbed : A History of Caring for America's Troubled Children. by Doroshow, Deborah Blythe.;
Intro -- CONTENTS -- List of Illustrations -- INTRODUCTION -- ONE. O Pioneers! -- INTERLUDE: THE ROAD TO RESIDENTIAL -- TWO. Disturbed Children, Disturbing Children -- THREE. Playing by Ear -- INTERLUDE: THERAPEUTICS IN RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT -- FOUR. The Special Relationship -- FIVE. A New Home -- SIX. Building the Normal Child -- INTERLUDE: HOMEWARD BOUND -- SEVEN. The Breakdown of Emotional Disturbance -- EIGHT. Discarded Children: The Last Thirty Years in Child Mental Health -- Epilogue -- Acknowledgments -- Key to Archives and Manuscripts -- Notes -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychopathology-United States..; Children-Institutional care-United States.;
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Six Children : The Spectrum of Child Psychopathology and its Treatment. by Smolen, Ann G.;
COVER -- CONTENTS -- Acknowledgements -- About the author -- Introduction -- Chapter One Child analysis-a brief historical review of its development -- Part I Severe psychopathology -- Chapter Two The autistic child -- Chapter Three The homeless child -- Chapter Four The hopeless child -- Part II Milder psychopathology -- Chapter Five The betrayed child -- Chapter Six The greedy child -- Chapter Seven The angry child -- Epilogue -- Chapter Eight Child analysis-future directions -- Note -- References -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Psychopathology and education of the brain-injured child / by Strauss, Alfred A.,1883-(SAGE)1781734; Lehtinen, Laura E.,1908-(SAGE)1821419;
"References": p. [201]; bibliographical footnotes.
Subjects: Brain; Children with mental disabilities;
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Therapist's Guide to Pediatric Affect and Behavior Regulation [electronic resource]. by Johnson, Sharon L.(SAGE)1594068;
Front Cover; Therapist's Guide to Pediatric Affect and Behavior Regulation; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; 1 The Regulatory Disordered Infant and Child; Normal Development of Regulatory Processes in Infancy; Caregiver Characteristics; Family Factors; Community Connectedness Factors; Environmental/neighborhood Factors; Attachment; Effortful Control; Temperament; Differences in Self-Regulation; Progression of Emotion Regulation; Regulation Processes; Inhibitory Control (IC); Age Trends Associated With Inhibitory Control; Executive Attention (EA)Age Trends Associated with Executive AttentionEmotion Regulation (ER); Age Trends Associated With Emotion Regulation; Resilience; Progressive Typical Developmental Stages; Organizational Model of Sensory and Affective Experiences; A Developmental-Structuralist Approach; Defining Regulatory Disorder; Abnormal Processes; Assumptions of Developmental Psychology; The Dyadic Relationship; Primary Areas Associated with Regulatory Difficulties; Sleep; Feeding; Attention; Sensory Processing; Attachment/Emotional Functioning; Regulatory Disorders of Sensory Processing; Axis ISymptoms of Neurological Deficits of Sensory ProcessingCompare and Contrast Sensory Integration Dysfunction vs Attention Deficit Disorder; Impact of Dyadic and Family Influence; Early Symptoms and Their Relationship To Later Diagnostic Outcomes; Review of Epidemiological Research; Reviewing Early Risk Pathways; Infants and Children Suffer From Mental Illness Just Like Older Children Do; Role of Gender; Role of Relationship Disturbance; Role of Early Feeding and Eating Problems; Parental Descriptions of Child Behavior; Infancy; Toddler and Preschool; Older Preschool; Primary School YearsChildren with Regulatory Disorders and Underlying DeficitsRegulation Disorders and ADHD; Regulation Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD); Examples of Other Factors Influence Regulation; Impact of Prenatal Alcohol/Substance Exposure Upon Regulation; Infants/Children of Depressed Mothers; Other Factors That Impact Development; Low Birth Weight (Wolraich et al, 2008); Genetics (Wolraich et al, 2008); Infectious Disease and Associated Developmental and Behavioral Outcomes (Wolraich et al, 2008); Defining Emotion; 1. Cognitive Appraisal (CA); Solution2. Physiological Aspects of Emotions (PAE)3. Expression of Emotion (EE); 4. Socialization of Emotions (SE); 5. Modulation of Emotion and Mood States (MEMS); Bibliography; Further Reading; 2 Assessment and Diagnosis; Assessment Strategies for the Regulatory Disordered Infant/Child; The Intake Interview; The Greenspan Floortime Approach; Clinical Assessment Approaches; Diagnostic Profile; Motivational Interviewing; The Home Visit; Clinical Assessment; Screening and Assessment; Summary of Developmental Screening and Assessment Instruments; Screening Red Flags1 Self-Regulation and Sensory Processing and Reactivity Modeled on the author's bestselling Therapist's Guide to Clinical Intervention, this new book on child clinical intervention presents much of the material in outline or bullet point format, allowing easy understanding of complex material for the busy therapist. This clinician's guide to diagnosing and treating disorders in children includes definitions of the disorder, diagnostic criteria, the neurobiology of the disorder, information on functional impairment, treatment planning, and evidence-based interventions. The book additionally offers adjunctive skill building resources to supplement t
Subjects: Electronic books.; Affective disorders in children; Behavior disorders in children; Child psychopathology; Self-control in children;
© 2012., Elsevier Science,
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