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Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings [electronic resource] : A Handbook for Practice by Mennuti, Rosemary B.; Freeman, Arthur.; Christner, Ray W.;
""Front cover""; ""Contents""; ""Foreword""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""About the Editors""; ""Contributors""; ""Part I: FOUNDATIONS""; ""Chapter 1. An Introduction to a School-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Framework""; ""Chapter 2. Multicultural Issues in Working with Children and Families: Responsive Intervention in the Educational Setting""; ""Chapter 3. A Cognitive-Behavioral Case Conceptualization Approach for Working with Children and Adolescents""; ""Part II: APPLICATION OF CBT INTERVENTIONS FOR SPECIFIC ISSUES""; ""Chapter 4. School-Based Interventions for Anxiety Disorders""""Chapter 5. School Refusal Behavior""""Chapter 6. Understanding and Treating Selective Mutism""; ""Chapter 7. Understanding Depression in Children and Adolescents: Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions""; ""Chapter 8. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder""; ""Chapter 9. A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach with Underachieving Gifted Youth""; ""Chapter 10. Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Participants in Bullying and Coercion ""; ""Chapter 11. Working with Angry and Aggressive Youth""""Chapter 12. Personality Disorders among Children and Adolescents: Are Euphemistic Labels Hindering Time-Sensitive Interventions?""""Chapter 13. Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in School Settings""; ""Chapter 14. Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions with Autism Spectrum Disorder""; ""Chapter 15. Female Adolescents with Eating Disorders: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach""; ""Chapter 16. Substance Abuse Prevention: School-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches""; ""Chapter 17. Sexual Minority Youth: School-Based Issues and Interventions""""Chapter 18. Interventions for Health Problems: A Multisystemic Cognitive-Behavioral Approach""""Part III: APPLICATION OF CBT INTERVENTIONS WITH SYSTEMS""; ""Chapter 19. Parent Consulation: A Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective""; ""Chapter 20. Working with Family Systems from a Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective in Educational Settings""; ""Chapter 21. Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies for School Behavioral Consulation""; ""Chapter 22. Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to School Crisis Response""; ""Part IV: SUMMARY""; ""Chapter 23. The Future of Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in Schools""""Chapter 24. Concluding Comments""""Index""; ""Back cover""School and mental health therapists are often called on to deal with school-related problems, such as bullying, ADHD, and underachievement, along with other emotional and behavioural disorders that interfere with learning and performance. As the first guide to the use of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in school settings, this book provides innovative and well-established approaches to working with children and adolescents. The authors provide assessment and intervention tactics, with specific sensitivity given to the unique needs of youth within the context of school and family. ""Cognitive-Behav
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Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings : A Handbook for Practice. by Mennuti, Rosemary B.; Christner, Ray W.; Freeman, Arthur.;
Cover -- Cognitive-behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Section I : Foundations -- Chapter 1 : an Introduction to Cognitive-behavioral Therapy with Youth -- Chapter 2 : Implementation of Cognitive-behavioral Therapy (cbt) to School-based Mental Health: a Developmental Perspective -- Chapter 3 : Multicultural Issues in School Mental Health: Responsive Intervention in the Educational Setting -- Chapter 4 : a Cognitive-behavioral Case Conceptualization for Children and Adolescents -- Section II : Application of Cbt Interventions with Specific Disorders -- Chapter 5 : Anxiety Disorders: School-based Cognitive- Behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 6 : School Refusal Behavior: School-based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 7 : Selective Mutism: Cognitive-behavioral Assessment and Intervention -- Chapter 8 : Depression: School-based Cognitive- Behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 9 : Bipolar Disorder: School-based Cognitive- Behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 10 : Adolescents with Eating Disorders: School- Based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 11 : Anger and Aggression: School-based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 12 : Bullying and Coercion: School-based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 13 : Children with Learning Disabilities: School- Based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions.Chapter 14 : Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: School-based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 15 : Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: School-based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 16 : Autism: School-based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 17 : Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Questioning (lgbtq) Youth: School Climate, Stressors, and Interventions -- Chapter 18 : Children with Chronic Health Conditions: School- Based Cognitive-behavioral Interventions -- Chapter 19 : Substance-abuse Prevention: School-based Cognitive-behavioral Approaches -- Section III: Application of Cbt Interventions with Systems -- Chapter 20 : Cognitive-behavioral Strategies for School Behavioral Consultation -- Chapter 21 : Cognitive-behavioral Approaches to School- Crisis Response -- Chapter 22 : Building Resilience in Schools -- Chapter 23 : Incorporating Cognitive-behavioral Therapy in a School-wide Positive Behavioral Support System: Promoting Good Mental Health in All Children -- Section IV : Summary -- Chapter 24 : the Future of Cognitive-behavioral Interventions in Schools -- Index.Schools and school staff play a critical role in the cognitive, behavioral, emotional, social, and interpersonal development of children and adolescents. This second edition of Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings teaches readers to think strategically about the individual and plan for effective and specific interventions based on the student's age, developmental level, and presenting problems. It is written by forward-thinking, established professionals whose writing represents the state-of-the-art in cognitive behavioral interventions in educational settings, and presents evidence-based interventions for a variety of issues commonly seen in schools. Including both innovative and well-established approaches, they offer assessment methods and interventions for a variety of issues and concerns faced by school-aged youth. The use of case studies and session outlines, as well as the balance of theoretical and clinical concerns, enhances this book's value as a reference for both clinicians and students. New to this edition are topics on cyber-bullying, parent and school consultation, school-wide positive behavioral support, and bipolar disorder. This is the ideal reference for those who wish to select and utilize precise interventions in school settings.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.
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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder : a handbook for diagnosis and treatment / by Barkley, Russell A.,1949-(SAGE)1708218;
Includes bibliographical references and index.History / Russell A. Barkley -- Primary symptoms, diagnostic criteria, prevalence, and gender differences / Russell A. Barkley -- Associated cognitive, developmental, and health problems / Russell A. Barkley -- Comorbid disorders, social and family adjustment, and subtyping / Russell A. Barkley -- Etiologies / Russell A. Barkley -- ADHD in adults : developmental course and outcome of children with ADHD, and ADHD in clinic-referred adults / Russell A. Barkley -- A theory of ADHD / Russell A. Barkley.Diagnostic interview, behavior rating scales, and the medical examination / Russell A. Barkley and Gwenyth Edwards -- Tests and observational measures / Michael Gordon, Russell A. Barkley, and Benjamin J. Lovett -- Integrating the results of an evaluation : ten clinical cases / William L. Hathaway, Jodi K. Dooling-Litfin, and Gwenyth Edwards -- Assessment of adults with ADHD / Kevin R. Murphy and Michael Gordon -- Counseling and training parents / Arthur D. Anastopoulos, Laura Hennis Rhoads, and Suzanne E. Farley -- COPE : large group, community based, family-centered parent training / Charles E. Cunningham.Training families with adolescents with ADHD / Arthur L. Robin -- Treatment of ADHD in school settings / Linda J. Pfiffner, Russell A. Barkley, and George J. DuPaul -- Student-mediated conflict resolution programs / Charles E. Cunningham and Lesley J. Cunningham -- Stimulants / Daniel F. Connor -- Antidepressant and specific norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor treatments / Thomas J. Spencer -- Other medications / Daniel F. Connor -- Combined child therapies / Bradley H. Smith, Russell A. Barkley, and Cheri J. Shapiro -- Psychological counseling of adults with ADHD / Kevin R. Murphy -- Pharmacotherapy of ADHD in adults / Jefferson B. Prince ... [et al.].The purpose [of this book] is to present as much practical information as possible, rather than to give an exhaustive or critical review of the research literature. Coverage includes differential diagnosis, a developmental model for assessment, family systems interventions, training parents of ADHD adolescents, and ADHD in adults. Unique in the breadth and depth of its coverage, this comprehensive volume belongs on the desks of a broad range of professionals, including child and adult clinical psychologists and psychiatrists, school psychologist, and pediatricians. It serves as a scholarly yet accessible text for graduate-level courses.-Dust jacket.
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Handbook of Group Activities for Impaired Adults. by Martindale, Elsbeth.; Willis, Scott Cabot.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- What Do We Mean by "Impaired?" -- Philosophy of Treatment -- Key to Symbols -- Guidelines for Leading a Group Activity -- Types of Group Activities -- Schedule for a Typical Day -- Planning Group Activities -- On Hand Materials -- ACTIVITIES -- Actors and Actresses -- Attending to Feelings -- Balloon Volleyball -- Birthday Celebrations -- Category Listing -- Cooking -- Couplets -- Crazy Mixed-Up Stories -- Current Events -- Deep Muscle Relaxation -- Descriptions -- Dilemma Drama -- Drawing Feelings -- Ears for Musical Eras -- Expressing Thankfulness -- Fairy Tales -- Famous Quotes -- Feel and Describe -- Find the Object -- Flags of the Nations -- Food Sampling -- Fortune Cookies -- Freedom Ball -- Friendship Squeeze -- Gerontocracy -- Gerorobics -- Group Crossword Puzzles -- Group Points -- Group Sentence Completions -- Group Time Line -- Guided Imagery -- Hangman -- Hat, Glove, and Whistle -- Hush and Listen -- Journaling -- Letter Assembly -- Magazine Scavenger Hunt -- Making Greeting Cards -- Matching Similes -- Moving Stories -- Name Description -- Nature Walk -- Origin of a Name -- Personal Concerns -- Pet a Pet -- Picture Bingo -- Proverbs -- Pulse Golf -- Recall -- Remember When… -- Rhyming Words -- Rhythm Echo -- Roll-A-Question -- Scrambled Words -- Self Collages -- Sense of Scent -- Sharing Caring -- Similarities and Differences -- Slide Shows -- Sound Identification -- Soothing Hands -- Spotlighting -- Strength Awards -- Stretch Your Imagination -- Twenty Questions -- Throw It -- Value Choices -- Wad Ball -- Who Am I? -- Who Is It? -- Whose Face Is It? -- Wisdom of the Ages Posters -- World Records -- Working With Crafts -- Generating Your Own Activities.Here is a one-of-a-kind resource for professionals who prepare and lead group activities for impaired older adults. Filling a crucial gap in the field of clinical gerontology, this invaluable guide provides more than 70 stimulating and therapeutic group activities designed specifically for use with moderately to severely impaired older adults. Even though group activities designed for children, adolescents, and young adults are inadequate and inappropriate for use with older adults who have significant cognitive, emotional, and physical limitations or impairments, very little has been published--until now--on activities designed to meet the special needs of this population. Comprehensive and well-organized This comprehensive and well-organized resource does even more than provide over 70 activities at your fingertips. It also includes a recommended schedule of activities for a typical day, helpful suggestions for planning and leading group activities, and valuable tips for creating your own group activities that are effective, therapeutic, and entertaining. Each entry includes information on the activity's therapeutic value, the optimal group size, the time required, the materials needed, guidelines for adaptation, and blank space for your notes. Also for your convenience, symbols are used to indicate the therapeutic objective and the ease with which the activity can be implemented. Provides the foundation for a daily activities program Handbook of Group Activities for Impaired Older Adults provides the foundation for a therapeutic and enjoyable daily activities program that facilitates emotional expression, enhances problem solving skills and sensory stimulation, and encourages social interaction. Social workers, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, recreational therapists, group therapists, and related paraprofessionals who work in nursing orconvalescent hospitals, adult day care or day treatment facilities, and retirement homes will not want to be without this practical guidebook.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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Handbook of Group Activities for Impaired Adults. by Martindale, Elsbeth.; Willis, Scott Cabot.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- What Do We Mean by "Impaired?" -- Philosophy of Treatment -- Key to Symbols -- Guidelines for Leading a Group Activity -- Types of Group Activities -- Schedule for a Typical Day -- Planning Group Activities -- On Hand Materials -- ACTIVITIES -- Actors and Actresses -- Attending to Feelings -- Balloon Volleyball -- Birthday Celebrations -- Category Listing -- Cooking -- Couplets -- Crazy Mixed-Up Stories -- Current Events -- Deep Muscle Relaxation -- Descriptions -- Dilemma Drama -- Drawing Feelings -- Ears for Musical Eras -- Expressing Thankfulness -- Fairy Tales -- Famous Quotes -- Feel and Describe -- Find the Object -- Flags of the Nations -- Food Sampling -- Fortune Cookies -- Freedom Ball -- Friendship Squeeze -- Gerontocracy -- Gerorobics -- Group Crossword Puzzles -- Group Points -- Group Sentence Completions -- Group Time Line -- Guided Imagery -- Hangman -- Hat, Glove, and Whistle -- Hush and Listen -- Journaling -- Letter Assembly -- Magazine Scavenger Hunt -- Making Greeting Cards -- Matching Similes -- Moving Stories -- Name Description -- Nature Walk -- Origin of a Name -- Personal Concerns -- Pet a Pet -- Picture Bingo -- Proverbs -- Pulse Golf -- Recall -- Remember When… -- Rhyming Words -- Rhythm Echo -- Roll-A-Question -- Scrambled Words -- Self Collages -- Sense of Scent -- Sharing Caring -- Similarities and Differences -- Slide Shows -- Sound Identification -- Soothing Hands -- Spotlighting -- Strength Awards -- Stretch Your Imagination -- Twenty Questions -- Throw It -- Value Choices -- Wad Ball -- Who Am I? -- Who Is It? -- Whose Face Is It? -- Wisdom of the Ages Posters -- World Records -- Working With Crafts -- Generating Your Own Activities.Here is a one-of-a-kind resource for professionals who prepare and lead group activities for impaired older adults. Filling a crucial gap in the field of clinical gerontology, this invaluable guide provides more than 70 stimulating and therapeutic group activities designed specifically for use with moderately to severely impaired older adults. Even though group activities designed for children, adolescents, and young adults are inadequate and inappropriate for use with older adults who have significant cognitive, emotional, and physical limitations or impairments, very little has been published--until now--on activities designed to meet the special needs of this population. Comprehensive and well-organized This comprehensive and well-organized resource does even more than provide over 70 activities at your fingertips. It also includes a recommended schedule of activities for a typical day, helpful suggestions for planning and leading group activities, and valuable tips for creating your own group activities that are effective, therapeutic, and entertaining. Each entry includes information on the activity's therapeutic value, the optimal group size, the time required, the materials needed, guidelines for adaptation, and blank space for your notes. Also for your convenience, symbols are used to indicate the therapeutic objective and the ease with which the activity can be implemented. Provides the foundation for a daily activities program Handbook of Group Activities for Impaired Older Adults provides the foundation for a therapeutic and enjoyable daily activities program that facilitates emotional expression, enhances problem solving skills and sensory stimulation, and encourages social interaction. Social workers, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, recreational therapists, group therapists, and related paraprofessionals who work in nursing orconvalescent hospitals, adult day care or day treatment facilities, and retirement homes will not want to be without this practical guidebook.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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Crisis intervention handbook : assessment, treatment, and research / by Roberts, Albert R.(SAGE)1696981;
Includes bibliographical references and index.pt. 1. Overview. An overview of crisis theory and crisis intervention / Albert R. Roberts -- How to work with clients' strengths in crisis intervention : a solution-focused approach / Gilbert J. Greene ... [et al.] -- Crisis intervention for persons diagnosed with clinical disorders based on the stress-crisis continuum / Ann Wolbert Burgess and Albert R. Roberts -- Innovations in group crisis intervention : critical incident stress debriefing (CISD) and critical incident stress management (CISM) / George S. Everly, Jr., Jeffrey M. Lating, and Jeffrey T. Mitchell -- pt. 2. Crisis assessment and intervention models with children and youth. Crisis intervention with early adolescents who have suffered a significant loss / M. Sean O'Halloran and Ellis P. Copeland -- Adolescent suicidality and intervention / David A. Jobes, Alan L. Berman, and Catherine E. Martin -- Crisis intervention at college counseling centers / Allen J. Ottens and Linda L. Black --pt. 3. Crisis intervention and crisis prevention with victims of violence. A comprehensive model for crisis intervention with battered women and their children / Albert R. Roberts and Beverly Schenkmen Roberts -- School crisis intervention, crisis prevention, and crisis response / Scott Newgrass and Donald J. Schonfeld -- Crisis intervention with school violence problems and volatile situations / Gordon MacNeil and Chris Stewart -- An application of crisis intervention to situational crises frequently experienced by adult survivors of incest / Pamela Valentine -- pt. 4. Crisis assessment and crisis intervention in health-related and mental health-- related crises. Crisis intervention application of brief solution-focused therapy in addictions / Kenneth R. Yeager and Thomas K. Gregoire -- The crisis of divorce : cognitive-behavioral and constructivist assessment and treatment / Donald K. Granvold -- Crisis intervention with HIV-positive women / Sarah J. Lewis and Dianne F. Harrison -- Mobile crisis units : frontline community mental health services / Jan Ligon --The comprehensive crisis intervention model of community integration, Inc. Crisis services / Yvonne M. Eaton and Barb Ertl -- Crisis intervention in the hospital emergency room / Mary Boes and Virginia McDermott -- A model of crisis intervention in critical and intensive care units of general hospitals / Norman M. Shulman and Amy L. Shewbert -- Crisis intervention with culturally diverse families / Elaine P. Congress -- pt. 5. Research. Research on crisis intervention and recommendations for future research / Jacqueline Corcoran and Albert R. Roberts -- Designs and procedures for evaluating crisis intervention / Sophia F. Dziegielewski and Gerald T. Powers.
Subjects: Crisis intervention (Mental health services); Community mental health services;
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Handbook of Autism and Anxiety [electronic resource]. by III, Thompson E. Davis.; White, Susan W.; Ollendick, Thomas H.(DLC)1718513;
Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Contributors; Part I ; Introduction and Overview; Chapter-1; The History of Autism: From Pillar to Post; Introduction; Post-World War Two Era: Autism, Psychosis, and Psychodynamics; Tracking the Official Nomenclature; Causes, Cures, and Controversies; Conclusions; References; Chapter-2; Phenotypic Variability in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Clinical Considerations; Introduction; Prevalence; Etiology; Diagnostic and Clinical Features; Core Diagnostic Features; Adaptive Behavior; Behavior and Psychiatric Problems; Outcome; Conclusions; ReferencesChapter-3Anxiety Disorders; Introduction; Phenomenology; Normal Fear and Anxiety; Anxiety Disorders; Prevalence; Course, Severity, and Comorbidity; Etiology; Temperamental Vulnerability; Environmental Risk; Genetic and Physiological Vulnerability; Maintaining Variables: Avoidance and Cognitive Biases; Multifactorial Model; Treatment; Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy; Pharmacotherapy; Conclusions; References; Chapter-4; Other Disorders Frequently Comorbid with Autism; Introduction; General Comorbidity Prevalence Rates; Intellectual Disability; Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity DisorderOppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct DisorderTic Disorders; Sleep Disorders; Feeding Disorders; Elimination Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Bipolar and Related Disorders; Suicidality; Conclusions; References; Chapter-5; Anxiety Assessment and Treatment in Typically Developing Children; Anxiety Assessment and Treatment in Typically Developing Children; Assessment; Empirically Supported Treatments for Anxiety Disorders in Youth; Psychoeducation; Exposure; Cognitive Restructuring; Parent Psychoeducation and Parent-Training; Relaxation; Modeling; Self-MonitoringEvidence for the Efficacy of CBT for the Treatment of Childhood Anxiety DisordersObsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Specific Phobias; GAD, SAD, and Social Phobia; Conclusions ; References; Chapter-6; Autism and Anxiety: Overlap, Similarities, and Differences; Autism and Anxiety: Overlap, Similarities, and Differences; Past and Present Challenges; Prevalence of Anxiety in ASD; Similarities and Differences; Occurrence; Anxiety Presentation; Onset and Trajectory; IQ, Language, and ASD subtype; Conclusions ; References; Chapter-7Autism and Anxiety: Etiologic Factors and Transdiagnostic ProcessesIntersection of Core Diagnostic Features of ASD and Anxiety; Social Deficits and Anxiety; Repetitive Behaviors and Anxiety; Resistance to Change; Differences in Sensory Processing; Transdiagnostic Behavioral Processes; Perseveration or Rumination and Anxiety; Emotion Regulation; Core Diagnostic Features and Transdiagnostic Processes: Concluding Remarks; Common Neurobiological Etiologies of Anxiety and ASD; Prevailing Models of Amygdala Function and Dysfunction in ASD; Amygdala Activity, Anxiety, and ASDPFC Function, Anxiety, and ASDThe diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has evolved greatly since Asperger's day. And as our clinical understanding of this spectrum of disorders has grown, so has recognition of the connections between anxiety disorders and ASD?a welcome development, but also a source of confusion for many in the field.The Handbook of Autism and Anxiety brings together leading experts to explain this comorbidity, the diagnostic similarities and differences between the two disorders and the extent to which treatment for each can be coordinated for optimum results. Focusing on repetitive behaviors, soci
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