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Silver Matilda : Get to Know Me: Depression. by Lightfoot, Louise.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedications -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Silver Matilda - A picture book story -- Silver Matilda - Text only version.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Depression in children-Treatment.;
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Draw along with Silver Matilda : Get to Know Me: Depression. by Lightfoot, Louise.;
Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Work book instructions for practitioners, parents and carers -- Draw Along With Silver Matilda.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Depression in children-Treatment.;
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Why isn't Johnny crying : coping with depression in children / by McKnew, Donald H.(SAGE)1735544; Cytryn, Leon(SAGE)1736341; Yahraes, Herbert.(SAGE)1637276;
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Depression in children;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Overcoming Teenage Low Mood and Depression [electronic resource]. by Williams, Christopher.; Dummett, Nicky.;
Cover; Book title; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Part 1 Understanding why I feel as I do; Understanding why I feel as I do; Why bother changing?; Part 2 Making changes; Doing things that make me feel good; Using exercise to boost how I feel; Helpful things we do; Unhelpful things we do; Restarting things we've avoided; Practical problem solving; Noticing and changing extreme and unhelpful thinking; Being assertive; Building relationships; Overcoming sleep problems; Alcohol, drugs and me; Understanding and using anti-depressant medication; Planning for the futurePart 3 Support materials for relatives and friendsIdeas for families and friends: how can I offer the best support?Overcoming Teenage Low Mood and Depression uses the trusted Five Areas model of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) to help young people experiencing low mood or depression to help themselves. The Five Areas model communicates life skills and key interventions in a clear, pragmatic, and accessible style, by examining five important aspects of our lives:Life situation, relationships, resources and problemsAltered thinkingAltered feelings or moodsAltered physical symptoms or sensationsAltered behaviour or activity levelsThis exciting collection of practical and effective self-help workbooks has be
Subjects: Electronic books.; Depression in adolescence --Treatment.; Depression in children --Treatment.;
© 2012., Taylor and Francis,
On-line resources: http://cgcc.eblib.com/patron/FullRecord.aspx?p=564759 -- CGCC online access;
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Defeating Depression. by Lin, Y. S.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Why Do I Feel So Down? -- Chapter 2: It's Not Easy Being a Teen -- Chapter 3: How Do I Get Help? -- Chapter 4: What Can I Do To Help Myself? -- Glossary -- For More Information -- For Further Reading -- Bibliography -- Index -- Back Cover.The National Institute of Mental Health reports that one in ten young people will suffer from a depressive disorder before the age of eighteen. Though depression is a common condition, it is also one that is often misunderstood. This useful guide establishes the clinical definition of depression and explains the difference between conditions such as persistent depressive disorder and major depression. Common treatment methods, including therapy and medications, are discussed. The volume also contains advice about where depressed teens can turn to get the help that they need, interviews from medical professionals, information about risk factors for depression, and things depressed teens can do to try to combat their depression.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.; Depression in children-Juvenile literature.;
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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;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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The Princess and the Fog [electronic resource] : A Story for Children with Depression by Jones, Lloyd.(SAGE)1602274; Jones, Lloyd.(SAGE)1602274; Edwards, Melinda(SAGE)1911176; Bayliss, Linda(SAGE)1621576;
The Princess and the Fog: A Story for Children with Depression; A Guide for Parents and CarersOnce upon a time there was a Princess. She had everything a little girl could ever want, and she was happy. That is, until the fog came... The Princess and the Fog is picture book to help sufferers of depression aged 5-7 cope with their difficult feelings. It uses vibrant illustrations, a sense of humour and metaphor to create a relatable, enjoyable story that describes the symptoms of childhood depression while also providing hope that things can get better with a little help and support. The story is also a great starting point for explaining depression to all children, especially those
Subjects: Electronic books.; Depression -- Juvenile literature.; Depression in children -- Juvenile literature.; Depression, Mental -- Juvenile literature.;
© 2015., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Everything Parent's Guide To Children With Bipolar Disorder [electronic resource] : Professional, Reassuring Advice to Help You Understand And Cope by Stillman, William(SAGE)1824932; Naser, Jeffery.;
Cover; Title Page; Dedication; Copyright; Acknowledgments; Contents; Foreword; Introduction; Chapter 1 Defining Bipolar Disorder; Prevalence and Misdiagnosis; Background and History; Misconceptions, Myths, and Stereotypes; Clinical Confusion; Bipolar Criteria; Mood Disorders; Chapter 2 Manic Mondays; Getting a Diagnosis; Potential Genetic Causes; A Medical Nature; Warning Signs; Famous Personalities; Actors, Artists, Authors, and Songwriters; Chapter 3 Bipolar Mimics; Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; Oppositional Defiant Disorder; Conduct Disorder; Obsessive-Compulsive DisorderAdditional Areas of ConcernChapter 4 "I'm King of the World"; Depression; Causes of Depression; What Are the Symptoms?; Manic Mood Swings; Grandiosity; Pleasurable Fixations; Other Symptoms of Mania; How It Feels; Collecting Information; Chapter 5 Seeing the Forest for the Trees; Keeping Perspective; Self-Fulfilling Prophecies; Positive Approaches; Be Resilient; Chapter 6 Where to Find Help; Obstacles to Seeking Help; Professional Resources; The Early Intervention Program; School Resources; Disclosure and Self-Awareness; Family and Friends; Chapter 7 The Doctor Is In; Benefits of DiagnosisFinding a DocPreparing for the Appointment; Appointment Day; Next Steps; Fostering Self-Advocacy; Chapter 8 Need a Lift: Antidepressants; Risks of Treatment; How Antidepressants Work; Types of Antidepressants; Dosages; Careful Monitoring; Chapter 9 Seesaw: Mood-Stabilizing Medications; Types of Mood Stabilizers; How Mood Stabilizers Work; Typical Doses; Benefits and Side Effects; Trileptal: Up-and-Coming Med; Blood Lab Testing; Chapter 10 Containing the Heat: Atypical Antipsychotics; Types of Atypical Antipsychotics; How Atypical Antipsychotics Work; Typical Doses; Benefits and Side EffectsChapter 11 Sleep AidsAmbien; Sonata; Benzos; Melatonin; Benadryl; Other Over-the-Counter Medications; Homeopathic Remedies; Clonidine; Tenex; Chapter 12 Medication Alternatives; Deciding Not to Medicate; Natural Supplements; Diet; Exercise; Spirituality and Meditation; Chapter 13 Beating the Blues at Home; Parental Discipline; Setting Fair Limits; Consistency; On Schedule; Bipolar-Proofing Your Home; Chapter 14 Everyday Strategies; Ways to Cope; Good Sportsmanship; The Talisman; The Social Out; Problem Solving; Chapter 15 Hospitalization; Reaching the Breaking Point; When to HospitalizeThe BenefitsWho Can You Call?; Commitment: What to Expect; Hospital Team; Discharge: Getting Back on Track; Beyond Hospitalization; Chapter 16 Therapy; Why Therapy?; Finding a Therapist; Cognitive Behavior Therapy; Other Therapies; Group Therapy; Chapter 17 Family Life; Effects on Your Family; Taking Care of Yourself; Managing Your Marriage; Being a Single Parent; Sibling Issues; Extended Family; Chapter 18 School Days; "Misreading" the ABCs; Educational Safeguards; Your Child's Individualized Education Plan (IEP); Crafting the IEP; Educational Rights; Chapter 19 The Teen YearsEvolving and EmergingWhat does it mean for your child to be diagnosed with bipolar disorder? Where can you go to understand mood disorders, depression, and the highs and lows associated with this condition? <I>The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Bipolar Disorder</I> is an authoritative handbook designed specifically for parents with questions about their child's emotional well-being, options for medication and therapy, and educational considerations.<P>Author William Stillman helps you:<P><UL><LI>Define bipolar disorder<LI>Recognize symptoms of mental health issues<LI>Find a doctor and get a diagnosis<L
Subjects: Electronic books.; Manic-depressive illness in children -- Popular works.; Manic-depressive illness in children;
© 2011., F+W Media,
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Are You Depressed?. by Way, Jennifer(DLC)1957325; Spangenburg, Ray.; Moser, Kit.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Into the Bleak -- Chapter 2: Recognizing the Signs -- Chapter 3: The Root of the Blues -- Chapter 4: A Prescription for Depression -- Chapter 5: Mental Therapy and Beyond -- Chapter 6: Conditions Related to Depression -- Chapter 7: Getting Help -- Chapter Notes -- Glossary -- For More Information -- Further Reading -- Index -- Back Cover.When does it become more than just sadness? How do you know when it's something more serious? And what can you do about it? This book outlines the symptoms of depression as a disorder and gives suggestions for seeking help and receiving treatment.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.; Depression in children.-fast-(OCoLC)fst00890918.; Depression in children-Juvenile literature.; Depression, Mental; Depression, Mental.-fast-(OCoLC)fst00890931.; Depression, Mental-Juvenile literature.; Depression.; Psychology.; Psychology.-fast-(OCoLC)fst01081447.; Psychology-Juvenile literature.;
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Evidence-Based CBT for Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents : A Competencies Based Approach. by Sburlati, Elizabeth S.; Lyneham, Heidi J.; Schniering, Carolyn A.; Rapee, Ronald M.(DLC)1834064;
Evidence-Based CBT for Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on Editors -- Notes on Contributors -- 1 An Introduction to the Competencies-Based Approach -- The Genesis of This Book -- Empirically supported treatment, evidence-based practice, and the real world -- The competencies-based approach -- A model of therapist competencies for the evidence-based treatment of child and adolescent anxiety and depressive disorders -- Sburlati et al. (2011) domains of competenc -- About This Book -- Aims -- Book structure -- Chapter structure -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Effective Training Methods -- Introduction -- Key Features of Training: Presenting Training Material Using Effective Strategies -- Training Approaches for Treating Anxiety and Depressive Disorders -- Training Therapists of Children and Adolescents -- Common Obstacles to Training Therapists and Potential Solutions -- Conclusion -- References -- Further Reading -- Part I Generic Therapeutic Competencies -- 3 Self-Assessment of Our Competence as Therapists -- Introduction -- Key Features of Self-Assessment and Professional Development Competencies -- Definition of self-assessment -- Methods of self-assessment -- Competence in Self-Assessment when Treating Anxiety Disorders and Depression -- Competence in Self-Assessment of Skills when Treating Children and Adolescents -- Common Obstacles to Self-Assessment and Professional Development Practice and Methods to Overcome Them -- Monitoring client progress and gaining client feedback -- Recording therapy sessions -- Accessing supervision -- Accessing training -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Professional Evidence-Based Practice with Children and Adolescents -- Introduction -- Key Features of Competencies -- Attitudes and ability to utilize research.Operating within professional, ethical, and legal codes -- Supervision/consultation -- Competence in Treating the Anxiety Disorders and Depression -- Competence in treating both children and adolescents -- Common Obstacles to Competent Practice and Methods to Overcome Them -- Obstacles to favorable attitudes toward EBPs -- Obstacles to professional practice -- Obstacles to consultation -- Conclusion -- References -- 5 Child and Adolescent Characteristics that Impact on Therapy -- Introduction -- Internalizing Psychopathology in Young People -- Presentation in youth -- Comorbidity -- Developmental Issues -- Individual Differences -- Ethnicity -- Learning disorders -- Environmental Factors and Life Events -- Environmental factors -- Life events -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 Building a Positive Therapeutic Relationship with the Child or Adolescent and Parent -- Introduction -- Key Features of Competencies -- Alliance building -- Instilling hope and optimism for change -- Competence in Treating Anxiety Disorders and Depression -- Anxiety -- Depression -- Competence in Treating both Children and Adolescents -- Children -- Adolescents -- Common Obstacles to Competent Practice and Methods to Overcome Them -- Discrepancies between children and parents -- Low motivation -- Treatment expectations -- Treatment credibility/acceptability -- Alliance ruptures -- Issues Related to Training and Supervision -- A Final Note on the Use of Assessment Tools to Inform Training and Treatment -- Processes assessed at pre-treatment -- Processes assessed during treatment -- Conclusion -- References -- 7 Assessing Child and Adolescent Internalizing Disorders -- Introduction -- Key Features of Competencies in Assessing Children and Adolescents -- An evidence-based multi-method, multi-informant psychological assessment of the disorder presentation.Integrating different sources of data -- Consideration of differential diagnosis -- Assessment of current functioning, family functioning, peer relationships, developmental history and stage, and suitability for the intervention -- Assessing the risk of self-harm and suicide -- Competence in Assessing the Anxiety Disorders and Depression -- Common Obstacles to Competent Assessment -- Parent and child disagreement -- Developmentally sensitive pitch -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II CBT Competencies -- 8 Theoretical Foundations of CBT for Anxious and Depressed Youth -- Introduction -- The Cognitive Behavioral Theoretical Framework -- Maintaining Factors in Childhood and Adolescent Depression -- Family factors -- Cognitive factors -- Behavioral factors -- Environmental factors -- An Integrated Model of Youth Depression -- Clinical Implications -- Maintaining Factors in Child and Adolescent Anxiety -- Internal factors -- Family and environmental factors -- An Integrated Model of Anxiety in Young People -- Clinical Implications -- References -- 9 Case Formulation and Treatment Planning for Anxiety and Depression in Children and Adolescents -- Introduction -- Devising a Case Formulation and a Treatment Plan -- Theoretically driven, context-aware case formulation -- Dynamic Treatment Planning -- Selecting specific CBT techniques -- Sequencing selected specific CBT techniques -- Dosage of techniques -- Communicating and Negotiating with Children, Adolescents, and Parents -- Initiating treatment through effective communication -- Setting Treatment Goals -- Progress, Obstacles, and Termination during Treatment -- The role of assessment during treatment -- Managing obstacles during treatment -- Ending Therapy and Fostering Maintenance of Gains -- Conclusion -- References.10 Effectively Engaging and Collaborating with Children and Adolescents in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Sessions -- Introduction -- Key Features of Competencies and Behavioral Markers -- Ability to collaboratively set and adhere to the session goals or agenda -- Ability to communicate the rationale for each specific CBT technique -- Ability to elicit and respond to feedback -- Ability to facilitate in-session collaboration -- Ability to implement specific CBT techniques flexibly -- Ability to make use of experiential strategies -- Ability to end sessions in a planned manner -- Competence in Treating Specific Disorders -- Developmental Considerations: Competence in Treating Children and Adolescents -- Common Obstacles to Competent Practice and Methods to Overcome Them -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 Facilitating Homework and Generalization of Skills to the Real World -- Introduction -- Key Features of Competencies -- Competence in Treating Anxiety and Depressive Disorders in Youth -- Developmental Considerations: Competence in Treating Children and Adolescents -- Common Obstacles to Competent Practice and Methods to Overcome Them -- Conclusion -- References -- Part III Specific CBT Techniques -- 12 Managing Negative Thoughts, Part 1: Cognitive Restructuring and Behavioral Experiments -- Introduction -- Key Features of Competencies -- Cognitive restructuring -- Behavioral experiments -- Competence in Treating Anxiety Disorders and Depression -- Competence in Treating both Children and Adolescents -- Common Obstacles to Competent Practice and Methods to Overcome Them -- Conclusion -- References -- 13 Managing Negative Thoughts, Part 2: Positive Imagery, Self-Talk, Thought Stopping, and Thought Acceptance -- Introduction -- Positive Imagery -- Key features of the competency -- Competence in treating both children and adolescents.Common obstacles to competent practice and ways to overcome them -- Self-Talk -- Key features of the competency -- Competence in treating the anxiety disorders and depression -- Competence in treating both children and adolescents -- Common obstacles to competent practice and ways to overcome them -- Thought Stopping -- Key features of the competency -- Competence in treating anxiety disorders and depression -- Competence in treating both children and adolescents -- Common obstacles to competent practice and ways to overcome them -- Thought Acceptance -- Key features of the competency -- Competence in treating anxiety disorders and depression -- Competence in treating both children and adolescents -- Common obstacles to competent practice and ways to overcome them -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 14 Changing Maladaptive Behaviors, Part 1: Exposure and Response Prevention -- Introduction -- Key Features of the Competencies : Behavioral Markers of Competently Delivering Exposure Therapy -- Functional analysis -- Fear hierarchy -- Psycho-education and building motivation -- Variations on a Theme: Competent Exposure in the Context of Different Anxiety Disorders -- In vivo or situational exposure -- Interoceptive exposures -- Imaginal exposure -- Narrative exposure -- Exposure with response prevention -- Developmental Considerations in Providing Competent Exposure Therapy to Children and Adolescents -- SUDs ratings -- Adjusting parent involvement -- Choosing developmentally appropriate exposure tasks -- Common Obstacles to Competently Delivering Exposure Therapy to Children and Adolescents -- "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step": Getting started -- Leaving the comfort zone: Getting out of the office -- Pacing yourself -- Sticking with the game plan -- Become a fearless leader -- References.15 Changing Maladaptive Behaviors, Part 2: The Use of Behavioral Activation and Pleasant Events Scheduling with Depressed Children and Adolescents.Evidence-Based CBT is the first book to take an explicitly competencies-based approach to the cognitive-behavioural treatment of anxiety and depression in children and young people. It draws on top-name expertise to define and demonstrate the therapist competencies needed to effectively implement CBT.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.; PSYCHOLOGY / Clinical Psychology.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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