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Childhood depression : school-based intervention / by Stark, Kevin Douglas(SAGE)1801080;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-230) and index.
Subjects: Depression in children; Cognitive therapy for children;
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Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Children and Adolescents [electronic resource]. by Szigethy, Éva.(SAGE)2018221; Weisz, John R.(SAGE)1783898; Findling, Robert L.(SAGE)1547325;
Cover; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; DVD Contents; 1 Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Introduction; 2 Developmental Considerations Across Childhood; Appendix 2-A: Tools for Assessing Developmental Skills; Appendix 2-B: Practical Recommendations for Treatment Planning; 3 Culturally Diverse Children and Adolescents; 4 Combined CBT and Psychopharmacology; Appendix 4-A: Combination Treatment; 5 Depression and Suicidal Behavior; 6 Bipolar Disorder; 7 Childhood Anxiety Disorders: The Coping Cat Program; 8 Pediatric Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; 9 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder10 Chronic Physical Illness: Inflammatory Bowel Disease as a PrototypeAppendix 10-A: PASCET-PI Selected Skills and Tools; Appendix 10-B: Guided Imagery for Pain Management; Appendix 10-C: Information Worksheets for Parents; 11 Obesity and Depression: A Focus on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome; Appendix 11-A: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds: Selected Patient Worksheets; 12 Disruptive Behavior Disorders; 13 Enuresis and Encopresis; Appendix 1: Self-Assessment Questions and Answers; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; ZCognitive-Behavior Therapy for Children and Adolescents will be an invaluable and worthy reference for all mental health practitioners who work with this distinct population. No other text on the subject will match it.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adolescent.; Child.; Cognitive therapy for children; Cognitive therapy for teenagers;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Exploring Feelings for Young Children with High-Functioning Autism or Asperger's Disorder [electronic resource] : The Stamp Treatment Manual. by Scarpa, Angela.(SAGE)1612422; Attwood, Anthony.; Wells, Anthony.(SAGE)1928127;
Exploring Feelings for Young Children with High-Functioning Autism or Asperger's Disorder: The STAMP Treatment Manual; Part 1: Introduction; 1 Overview; 2 Background: Wandering in the Social-Emotional Terrain; 3 Treatment Development: March toward Competency; 4 STAMP; 5 Session Overviews; 6 Research Evidence on the Effectiveness of STAMP; Part 2: Using the Manual; 7 How to Use this Manual; 8 General Tips; 9 Suitability for the Group; 10 Assessments; 11 Troubleshooting; 12 Other Practical Issues; 13 List of Recommended Materials; References; Part 3: Sessions and ResourcesSTAMP Group Session 1: Exploring Positive Feelings (Happiness)STAMP Group Session 2: Exploring Positive Feelings (Relaxation) andAnger/Anxiety-Emotional Toolbox Introduction; STAMP Group Session 3: Exploring Anxiety and Anger, and Physicaland Relaxation Tools; STAMP Group Session 4: Social Tools; STAMP Group Session 5: Thinking Tools; STAMP Group Session 6: Special Interest Tools; STAMP Group Session 7: Appropriate and Inappropriate Tools; STAMP Group Session 8: Review (Group Story and Create a Commercial); STAMP Group Session 9: Group Reward/Celebration!Appendix A: Children's Stories Used in STAMPAppendix B: Parent Assessments; Appendix C: Child Assessments; Blank PageThe Stress and Anger Management Program (STAMP) uses a cognitive behavioral approach to encourage children who suffer from mood difficulties to explore and control their emotions. This practical manual outlines a dynamic and effective 9-session program designed specifically for young children with high-functioning autism or Asperger's syndrome.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Aspergers syndrome in children -- Treatment.; Autistic children -- Rehabilitation.; Cognitive therapy for children;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Starving the Anger Gremlin for Children Aged 5-9 [electronic resource] : A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Anger Management by Collins-Donnelly, Kate.(SAGE)1928167;
Starving the Ange rGremlin for Children Aged 5-9: A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Anger Management; Acknowledgements; About the Author; 1. Why Read This Book?; 2. Let's Meet a Mystery Creature!; 3. Let's Learn about Feelings!; 4. What Is Anger?; 5. Things We Get Angry About; 6. Why We Get Angry; 7. Our Angry Bodies; 8. Our Angry Behaviours; 9. The Effects Anger Can Have; 10. Starving the Anger Gremlin Strategies; 11. Your Anger Dos and Don'ts!; 12. Completing Your Mission to Starve the Anger Gremlin!; Activity, Puzzle and Quiz Answers; Information for Parents and ProfessionalsBlank PageReferencesThe Anger Gremlin is a naughty creature who loves to feed on angry feelings, and the angrier you get, the bigger he gets! Packed with fun, simple activities and games, it will help children aged 5-9 understand why they get angry and how they can control their angry feelings to make the Anger Gremlin go away. Suitable for parents and practitioners.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Anger in children; Anger; Cognitive therapy for children;
© 2014., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Teaching Child Psychiatrists (and Other Busy Mental Health Professionals!) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy [electronic resource]. by Friedberg, Robert D.; Gorman, Angela A.; Hollar Wilt, Laura.; Biuckians, Adam.; Murray, Michael(SAGE)1757713;
Front cover; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the Busy Child Psychiatrist and Other Mental Health Professionals; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Authors; Chapter 1. Introduction: The Whys and Wherefores of This Book; Breaking Things Down to Practice Elements: Modular CBP; What It Takes to Be a Competent CBP Therapist; A Word About the Case Examples and Transcripts; Conclusion; Chapter 2. Case Conceptualization; Introduction; Techniques Are Never Enough; Why Is a Case Formulation Handy? Value- Added Benefits; Rudiments: The Conceptual Guts; Cultural ContextDevelopmental History and BackgroundRings of Fire: Cognitive Hierarchical Organizational Model; The Cognitive Model; Physiological and Biological Variables; Behavioral Antecedents and Consequences; Emotional Functioning; Rubrics; Forming Conceptual Hypotheses: Writing in the Sand .; Case Example 1: Sean; Case Example 2: Ami; Case Example 3: Josef; Conclusion; Chapter 3. Therapeutic Stance; Introduction; Rudiments; Collaborative Rather Than Prescriptive Approach; Guided Discovery Rather Than Interpretation: Facilitating the Art of the Possible; Harvesting Open and Flexible AttitudesTolerating Negative Emotional States and DiscomfortTolerating Ambiguity; Focus on Creating Doubt Rather Than Refutation or Disputation; CBT Is Transparent and Empirical; Bring the Head and Heart to Consensus; Rubrics; Create a Productive Working Alliance; Engage Avoidant Children, Adolescents, and Families; Keep an "Alert" Ear; Rely on Open-Ended Questions; Strike Why Questions From Your Vocabulary; Unpack Generalities Into Specifics; Get Your Hands Dirty: Work With Strong Emotions; Apply CBT in a Creative and Fun Way; Conclusion; Chapter 4. Session Structure; Introduction; RudimentsMood Check-InDepression and Anxiety; Anxiety; Anger; Homework Review; Agenda Setting; Session Content; Meaningful Compounds in Session Content: Skill Acquisition, Skill Application, Therapeutic Structure, Content, and Process; Homework Assignments; Eliciting Feedback; Rubrics; Mood Check-In; Agenda Setting; Homework Review: Herding the 12 Elephants in the Room; Session Content; Eliciting Feedback; Homework Assignment; Dressing Homework to the Nines: Nine Guidelines for Assigning Homework; Conclusion; Chapter 5. Psychoeducation; Introduction; Rudiments; Definition of PsychoeducationFunctions of PsychoeducationSeven Guidelines for Delivering Good Psychoeducation; Review Material Carefully Before You Offer It to Parents and Children; Psychoeducation Should Be Presented in a Simple and Accessible Manner; Psychoeducation Should Be Real and Relevant; Psychoeducation Should Be Culturally Alert; Psychoeducation Should Be Conducted in a Developmentally Sensitive Manner; Psychoeducation Is an Active Process; Psychoeducation Is Presented via Multimedia; Rubrics; Resources; Information on Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy; Emotional Education; Disorder InformationPervasive Developmental Disorder SpectrumCognitive Behavioral Therapy for the Busy Child Psychiatrist and Other Mental Health Professionalsisan essentialresource for clinical child psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists, and mental health professionals. Since 2001, psychiatry residency programs have required resident competency in five specific psychotherapies, including cognitive-behavioral therapy.This unique text isa guidebook for instructors and outlines fundamental principles, while offering creative applications of technique to ensure that residency training programs are better equipped to train thei
Subjects: Electronic books.; Adolescent psychotherapy; Child psychotherapy; Cognitive therapy for children; Cognitive therapy for teenagers;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Mindful Therapeutic Care for Children [electronic resource] : A Guide to Reflective Practice by North, Joanna.;
Acknowledgements; Preface: A note on the writing of this book; 1. Introduction; The book's philosophy and influences; Summary; 2. Being Reflective and Reflexive; Being reflective; Being reflexive; Reflection and being emotionally literate; Reflection and communication; Reflecting on equality and power; Self-acceptance; Summary; 3. Being Mindful; A mindful exercise; Mind and body; Mindfulness and the group; Taking regular time to reflect; Conclusion; Summary; 4. Stepping Stones to Reflective Practice: Thinking Tools; Blocked thinking; Shifting blocked thinking - a case exampleImproving reflective functioningInner life and outer life; Attunement; Sensitivity; Theory of mind: acknowledging different minds and perspectives; Imagination and the Brain; Changing Your Mind; Case example: abuse in a day nursery; Being concerned with others; Developmental stages - working with the children as individuals; Reciprocal communication; Doing reflective practice in the workplace; Summary; 5. Your Story Matters; Life stories and belief systems; Reflect on your story; Children claiming their story; My own story; Reflection leads to understanding; Summary6. The Reflective Practice Pentagon1. Side One of Pentagon - The Child; 2. Side Two of Pentagon - The individual; 3. Side Three of Pentagon - The team; 4. Side Four of Pentagon - The system; 5. Side Five of Pentagon - expert help and theories. Drawing on expertise and creating new learning opportunities; 6. The core of the Pentagon: working together - the quality of relationship we are able to form with the child; 7. Conclusion; Appendix: The Rights of the Child; Rights for Children - written from a child's perspective; Bibliography; Index; Blank Page; Blank PageAn accessible guide to using mindfulness and reflection to improve the quality of care for vulnerable children. Features a useful tool to aid reflective practice and better respond to a child's needs.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychotherapy -- Philosophy.; Cognitive therapy for children; Meditation -- Therapeutic use.;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Mindful Therapeutic Care for Children [electronic resource] : A Guide to Reflective Practice by North, Joanna.;
Acknowledgements; Preface: A note on the writing of this book; 1. Introduction; The book's philosophy and influences; Summary; 2. Being Reflective and Reflexive; Being reflective; Being reflexive; Reflection and being emotionally literate; Reflection and communication; Reflecting on equality and power; Self-acceptance; Summary; 3. Being Mindful; A mindful exercise; Mind and body; Mindfulness and the group; Taking regular time to reflect; Conclusion; Summary; 4. Stepping Stones to Reflective Practice: Thinking Tools; Blocked thinking; Shifting blocked thinking - a case exampleImproving reflective functioningInner life and outer life; Attunement; Sensitivity; Theory of mind: acknowledging different minds and perspectives; Imagination and the Brain; Changing Your Mind; Case example: abuse in a day nursery; Being concerned with others; Developmental stages - working with the children as individuals; Reciprocal communication; Doing reflective practice in the workplace; Summary; 5. Your Story Matters; Life stories and belief systems; Reflect on your story; Children claiming their story; My own story; Reflection leads to understanding; Summary6. The Reflective Practice Pentagon1. Side One of Pentagon - The Child; 2. Side Two of Pentagon - The individual; 3. Side Three of Pentagon - The team; 4. Side Four of Pentagon - The system; 5. Side Five of Pentagon - expert help and theories. Drawing on expertise and creating new learning opportunities; 6. The core of the Pentagon: working together - the quality of relationship we are able to form with the child; 7. Conclusion; Appendix: The Rights of the Child; Rights for Children - written from a child's perspective; Bibliography; Index; Blank Page; Blank PageAn accessible guide to using mindfulness and reflection to improve the quality of care for vulnerable children. Features a useful tool to aid reflective practice and better respond to a child's needs.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychotherapy -- Philosophy.; Cognitive therapy for children; Meditation -- Therapeutic use.;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Starving the Anger Gremlin [electronic resource] : A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Anger Management for Young People. by Collins-Donnelly, Kate.(SAGE)1928167;
Starving the Anger Gremlin: A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Anger Management for Young People; Acknowledgements; About the Author; Information for Parents and Professionals; Introduction; 1.What is Anger?; 2.My Anger; 3.How Does Anger Occ ur?; 4.Anger Control; 5.The Anger Gremlin; 6.Starving the Anger Gremlin; 7.Anger Dos and Don'ts!; 8.Effects of Anger; 9.Summing Up!; Appendix: Quiz Answers; Blank PageMeet the anger gremlin: a troublesome pest whose favourite meal is your anger, and the more he eats the angrier you get! There's only one way to stop him: starve him of angry feelings and behaviours, and make him disappear. This imaginative workbook shows young people how to starve their anger gremlin and control their anger effectively. Made up of engaging and fun activities, it helps them to understand why they get angry and how their anger affects themselves and others, and teaches them how to manage angry thoughts and behaviours. The tried-and-tested programme, based on effective cognitive
Subjects: Electronic books.; Anger -- Juvenile literature.; Anger in children -- Juvenile literature.; Anger; Cognitive therapy for children -- Juvenile literature.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Attacking Anxiety [electronic resource] : A Step-by-Step Guide to an Engaging Approach to Treating Anxiety and Phobias in Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities by Chedd, Naomi.; Levine, Karen(SAGE)1677921;
Attacking Anxiety; Preface; Chapter 1. What is a Phobia and How do Phobias Evolve Over Time?; Chapter 2. Overview of Phobia Treatment; Chapter 3. Gradual Exposure, Humor, and Interactive Play; Chapter 4. Four-Step Treatment Model; Chapter 5. Treating Sophia's Phobia of Thunderstorms and Bugs; Chapter 6. Treating Will's Phobia of Environmental Sounds, Including Flushing Toilets, Hand Dryers, and Vacuum Cleaners; Chapter 7. Treating Michael's Phobia of Injections and Blood Draws; Chapter 8. Treating Jacob's Phobia of Losing Games and Not Being FirstChapter 9. Treating Li's Phobia of Clowns, Mascots, and People in CostumesChapter 10. Treating Jordan's Phobia of Being Late; Chapter 11. Collaborating with Others; Appendix: Unbundling Phobias - Ideas for Gradual Exposure; References; Blank Page; IndexDrawing on the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), this book sets out a clear, enjoyable, step-by-step approach for addressing the sorts of anxieties, fears and phobias that are so common in children and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and related challenges. Using this easy-to-follow model, parents and professionals will have the tools they need to help children and teens cope with and sometimes overcome anxieties caused by everyday occurrences. The book covers seven common scenarios, from fears of environmental sounds and visiting the doctor or dentist, to anxieties
Subjects: Electronic books.; Anxiety in children -- Treatment.; Autistic children -- Treatment.; Cognitive therapy for children;
© 2015., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Managing Your Child's Chronic Pain [electronic resource]. by Palermo, Tonya M.(SAGE)1607845; Law, Emily F.;
Cover; Managing Your Child's Chronic Pain; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; One How Pain Affects Children and Families; Two Getting Help and Setting Goals; Three Relaxation Methods for Children and Teenagers; Four Praise, Attention, and Reward Systems; Five Lifestyle Factors; Six Sleep Interventions; Seven School and Social Life; Eight Coping with Pain, Stress, and Other Problems; Nine Special Topics by Age and Developmental Level: Issues for Young Children and Older Adolescents; Ten Reflection, Maintenance, and Prevention; AppendicesAppendix A Instructions for Progressive Muscle Relaxation (for Young Children, Ages 5-9)Appendix B Instructions for Progressive Muscle Relaxation (for Older Children, over Age 10); Appendix C Instructions for Muscle Relaxation with Imagery; Appendix D Instructions for Mini-Relaxation; Appendix E Point System Worksheet; Appendix F Privilege System Worksheet; Appendix G Brainstorming Solutions Worksheet; Resources and Bibliography; Index""Madeline is a 15-year-old girl with abdominal pain and headaches that occur most days of the week. Because of her pain, she has missed 99 days of school this year and is no longer able to play volleyball. Her parents have taken her to see a number of specialists and she has tried many different medications but she has not experienced any improvement in her pain..."" Chronic pain is a significant health problem for many children and adolescents, with studies suggesting that as many as 40% of children suffer from chronic pain. Unfortunately, many families cannot get the help they need because
Subjects: Electronic books.; Chronic pain -- Treatment -- Popular works.; Cognitive therapy for children -- Popular works.; Pain in children -- Treatment -- Popular works.;
© 2015., Oxford University Press,
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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