In patient Child Psychiatry

Essential Reading for clinicians, managers and researchers in child psychiatry, this authoritative book provides accessible coverage of essential theory as well as clear practical guidance to inpatient child psychiatric treatment.

In patient Child Psychiatry

Author: Jonathan Green

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134759894

Page: 464

View: 788

Essential Reading for clinicians, managers and researchers in child psychiatry, this authoritative book provides accessible coverage of essential theory as well as clear practical guidance to inpatient child psychiatric treatment. This method of treatment has fallen out of fashion in recent years in favour of community-based care, but remains a useful setting for treating more seriously ill patients. Bringing together contributions from across the profession, this book covers the 'state-of-the-art' in current clinical treatment, and sets a bold new agenda for the future, arguing that inpatient child psychiatric units retain great potential for creative, effective, relevant treatment.

DSM 5 Casebook and Treatment Guide for Child Mental Health

The book presents 29 cases written by experts in the field to provide readers with realistic examples of the types of patients that clinicians encounter in practice.

DSM 5   Casebook and Treatment Guide for Child Mental Health

Author: Cathryn A. Galanter, M.D.

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 158562490X

Page: 408

View: 712

DSM-5® Casebook and Treatment Guide for Child Mental Health updates the previous companion to DSM-IV-TR with new cases and advances from DSM-5 and evidence-based assessment and treatment in child and adolescent mental health. The book presents 29 cases written by experts in the field to provide readers with realistic examples of the types of patients that clinicians encounter in practice. Each case is accompanied by two commentaries from leading clinicians (including child and adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, developmental behavioral pediatricians and nurses), who provide their perspective on diagnostic formulation and treatment recommendations, focusing either on psychotherapy or psychopharmacology. Experts draw from a combination of evidence-based assessment and interventions, biopsychosocial approaches, a systems perspective, and commonsense thinking. Thus each chapter provides an opportunity to see how field leaders would approach the diagnosis and treatment of a child or adolescent. The collaboration among the case authors and commentators yields an approach that is flexible and expansive enough to be of help to clinicians of varied disciplines working in child and adolescent mental health. Down-to-earth and engaging, DSM-5® Casebook and Treatment Guide for Child Mental Health is a rich repository of clinical wisdom that seasoned practitioners, clinicians early in training, and child and adolescent psychiatrists studying for their board exams will find extremely useful.

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Spans child and adolescent psychiatry Includes many practical tips on successful assessment and treatment techniques Comprehensive coverage of topics, written in an accessible style by international experts in the field Up to date ...

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Author: Robert Goodman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118340922

Page: 400

View: 852

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry has been widely acclaimed since the publication of its first edition in 1997(originally titled Child Psychiatry). Each chapter has been designed to present the key facts, concepts and emerging facets of the area, drawing on clinical experience as well as the latest research findings. These guiding principles are followed in the third edition, which has been updated to reflect the varied advances in research and clinical practice that inform the subject. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is structured into four main parts: first, an introductory section on assessment, classification and epidemiology; second, a section covering each of the main specific disorders and presentations; third, a section on the major risk factors predisposing to child psychiatric disorders; and fourth, a section on the main methods of treatment, covering also prevention, service organization and interpersonal and family therapies as well as fostering and adoption. Spans child and adolescent psychiatry Includes many practical tips on successful assessment and treatment techniques Comprehensive coverage of topics, written in an accessible style by international experts in the field Up to date information on prevention issues Written in an accessible style, the book will be of benefit to all those working with children and adolescents with mental health problems: as an invaluable resource for trainee psychiatrists, paediatricians and general practitioners; as a textbook for undergraduate students in medicine, nursing and related fields; and as a refresher for active clinicians. Supported by a companion website featuring over 200 multiple choice questions and answers to assist those preparing for examinations, including MRCPsych.

Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 2000 2001

21 Effectiveness of Nonresidential Specialty Mental Health Services for Children
and Adolescents in the " Real World ” Adrian ... Conclusions : Child and
adolescent outpatient psychiatric treatment has positive effects on psychiatric
symptoms ...

Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 2000 2001

Author: Margaret E. Hertzig

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415935487

Page: 632

View: 588

First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

IICAPS

This book presents a model of mental health treatment for children with serious psychiatric illnesses.

IICAPS

Author: Joseph L. Woolston

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300112498

Page: 175

View: 263

This book presents a model of mental health treatment for children with serious psychiatric illnesses. The IICAPS (Intensive In-Home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services) program, initially implemented by the authors in 1996, offers an alternative treatment paradigm for families. Adopted at thirteen sites across Connecticut, IICAPS has proven effective in reducing the need for inpatient and other institutional-based services. Intended for health providers and planners, this book addresses the service system issues that confront child and adolescent mental health providers today. The authors fully explain and outline the IICAPS treatment approach. They conclude with a discussion of some of the unresolved challenges related to home-based care for children with serious psychiatric disorders.

Value of Psychiatric Treatment

Treatments for children's psychiatric disorders entail direct interventions with
children, such as psychotherapy or medication, as well as interventions with
parents and school personnel. Psychotherapy encompasses a broad class of
treatments ...

Value of Psychiatric Treatment

Author: Samuel J. Keith

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 0788130943

Page: 112

View: 264

Provides a clear and concise summary of the scientific data on treatment efficacy which can contribute to a better understanding among the general public on the status of the field of psychiatric treatment research for the severely mentally ill. Includes efficacy of treatments for: schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, geropsychiatric patients with severe mental illness, psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents, and psychiatric rehabilitation. Charts and tables.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Ideal for the general practitioner, this practical guide to pediatric mental health explains the various systems involved in children's mental health (i.e. schools, social services, the legal and mental health systems) and addresses common ...

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Author: David L. Kaye

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781730150

Page: 496

View: 860

Ideal for the general practitioner, this practical guide to pediatric mental health explains the various systems involved in children's mental health (i.e. schools, social services, the legal and mental health systems) and addresses common mental health problems seen frequently in practice. Included are chapters on learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, aggression, substance abuse, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and a host of other difficulties. Each chapter is written by a general pediatrician and a child psychiatrist. Blending these perspectives, the authors present a pragmatic and current approach to issues of office evaluation, assessment, and treatment, including pediatric psychopharmacology.

Treatment Strategies in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Bruce Ferguson, Treatment Strategies in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,DOI
10.1007/9781489925992_4 ... A Reviewinthe LightofRecent Findings Martine F.
Flament1 and Luis Vera2 International Hospital of the University of Paris, 75014 ...

Treatment Strategies in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Author: H.B. Ferguson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1489925996

Page: 233

View: 497

It is clear that child and adolescent psychiatric disorders impose a heavy burden of suffering. Recent large-scale community epidemiological studies suggest that as many as 20% of children and adolescents in the general population may have clinically important mental disorders. These disorders are accompanied by associated impairments in various domains of the child's life, resulting in lowered life quality for the child and his or her family. In addition, for some conditions, the onset of the disorder in childhood heralds a lifetime of serious psychosocial disturbance for a significant subgroup of affected children. For instance, about 40% of children seen in clinic settings with conduct disorder in late childhood and early adolescence will have serious psychiatric disorders in adult life. Finally, the heavy burden of suffering of these conditions is indicated by the large amounts of both human and financial resources devoted to their assessment and treatment. There is a pressing need in the field for effective treatments (that is, those that have been shown to do more good than harm) that will result in a significant reduction in the burden of suffering resulting from these disorders. Further, these effective interventions must be readily available and acceptable to clini cians in the settings in which children with mental disorders (and their families) seek care. This book addresses an important need in the treatment field.

Handbook of Child and Adolescent Outpatient Day Treatment and Community Psychiatry

Chapter 5 Psychiatric Assessment of Infants and Parent - Child Interaction
Robinson J. Munoz - Millan , M.D. ... Furthermore , the infant psychiatrist must
give an opinion about etiology and prognosis , and make recommendations for
treatment .

Handbook of Child and Adolescent Outpatient  Day Treatment and Community Psychiatry

Author: Harinder S. Ghuman

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780876308745

Page: 393

View: 202

First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Rutter s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

To my mind this is the best book of its kind available today." —Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry Rutter's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is the leading textbook in its field.

Rutter s Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Author: James F. Leckman

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118381882

Page: 1096

View: 198

Rutter's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is the leading textbook in its field. Both interdisciplinary and international, it provides a coherent appraisal of the current state of the field to help researchers, trainees and practicing clinicians in their daily work. Integrating science and clinical practice, it is a comprehensive reference for all aspects of child and adolescent psychiatry. New to this full color edition are expanded coverage on classification, including the newly revised Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), and new chapters on systems neuroscience, relationship-based treatments, resilience, global psychiatry, and infant mental health. From an international team of expert editors and contributors, this sixth edition is essential reading for all professionals working and learning in the fields of child and adolescent mental health and developmental psychopathology as well as for clinicians working in primary care and pediatric settings. Michael Rutter has contributed a number of new chapters and a Foreword for this edition: "I greatly welcome this new edition as providing both a continuity with the past and a substantial new look." —Professor Sir Michael Rutter, extract from Foreword. Reviews of previous editions: "This book is by far the best textbook of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry written to date." —Dr Judith Rapoport, NIH "The editors and the authors are to be congratulated for providing us with such a high standard for a textbook on modern child psychiatry. I strongly recommend this book to every child psychiatrist who wants a reliable, up-to-date, comprehensive, informative and very useful textbook. To my mind this is the best book of its kind available today." —Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

Principles and Practice of Child Psychiatry

The undeclared war between child and family therapy. J. Am. Acad. Child
Psychiatry 13:422–436. McDermott, J. F., and Char, W. F. ... The "adoption
process” in the inpatient treatment of children and adolescents. J. Am. Acad.
Child Psychiatry ...

Principles and Practice of Child Psychiatry

Author: Stella Chess

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 146132145X

Page: 550

View: 969

Stella Chess's many admirers throughout the world have long looked forward to the day when she would produce her own textbook of child psychiatry. They will not be disappointed in this thoughtful and per ceptive account of the principles and practices of the subject, written in collaboration with Dr. Hassibi. It has all the hallmarks we have come to recognize as distinctive of the Chess approach to child psychiatry-gentle yet subtle and penetrating, always appreciative of the feelings and concerns of both the children and their parents, well informed and critically aware of research findings but far from over awed by the contributions of science, and above all immensely practi cal. Anyone who wants to know how one of the world's outstanding clinicians appraises what child psychiatry has to offer could do no bet ter than to read this book. Child psychiatry differs from general psychiatry in being con cerned with a developing organism, and it is entirely appropriate that the book begins with an account of child development and of the prin cipal theories put forward to explain it. Chess and Hassibi recognize the importance of theory in organizing ideas and in suggesting expla nations, but they remain skeptical of how far existing theories do in fact account for the outstanding issues in development. They note the limitations of all theories in explaining how development takes place and why individual differences occur in the way they do.

Dulcan s Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Second Edition

The new edition is more concise and compact, while remaining comprehensive in scope. The number of chapters has been reduced to sharpen the book's focus on topics most relevant to clinical work.

Dulcan s Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry  Second Edition

Author: Mina K. Dulcan, M.D.

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 1585624934

Page: 1205

View: 132

Since publication of the first edition, Dulcan's Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry has become the recognized standard in child and adolescent psychiatry textbooks. In this thoroughly revised second edition, the editor and chapter authors, leaders in the field of child and adolescent mental health, have again provided a complete, state-of-the-art textbook with notable updates and improvements that enhance accessibility and learning. The new edition is more concise and compact, while remaining comprehensive in scope. The number of chapters has been reduced to sharpen the book's focus on topics most relevant to clinical work. The textbook reflects the new DSM-5 classifications that all clinicians and trainees must know to function in today's health care environment. Many other features contribute to the textbook's user-friendly design and broad appeal: *Chapters on the disorders (neurodevelopmental, psychiatric, and those affecting somatic function) have a consistent structure of definition and clinical description, diagnosis, epidemiology, comorbidity, etiology and risk factors, prevention, course and prognosis, evaluation, and treatments, making it easy for readers to locate information and facilitating learning. *The textbook is useful as both a core textbook for child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship training and a reference for a wide variety of health care professionals, including pediatricians, family physicians, general psychiatrists, child neurologists, psychologists, advanced practice nurses, and psychiatric social workers. *The full range of psychosocial treatments is included, focusing on individuals, families, therapeutic milieus, and systemic models of care. The increasing emphasis on taking mental health care beyond the clinician's office is reflected in chapters on consultations related to schools and to primary care. *A section on specialized topics includes chapters on a range of critically important issues, including evidence-based practice, cultural and religious issues, legal and ethical issues, and telehealth. *Each chapter in the book ends with "Summary Points," take-away messages that emphasize the most important concepts and promote consolidation of knowledge. *The section "Additional Resources" includes "Selected Books for Professionals" and "Web Sites for Professionals, Patients, and Families," which provide avenues for further study and connections with others treating or living with mental health issues. Reflecting both the art and the science of this fascinating field, Dulcan's Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Second Edition, provides authoritative, practical guidance and is a resource that mental health practitioners at all levels of experience should have on their desks and handheld devices.

Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health

Aimed at advanced practice nurses and graduate students in nursing, this book is divided into 4 sections addressing assessment, treatment, special populations, and special issues.

Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health

Author: Edilma L. Yearwood

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0813807867

Page: 572

View: 842

As an increasing number of children and adolescents with psychiatric symptoms go unrecognized in our current health care system, the ability to identify and treat these issues in multiple health care settings has become vitally important. With access to primary care providers increasing and a shortage of child psychiatric providers, collaboration between psychiatric, pediatric and family advanced practice nurses is essential to improving care for this vulnerable population. "Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health: A Resource for Advanced Practice Psychiatric and Primary Care Practitioners" "in Nursing" provides a practical reference to aid in this endeavor. Aimed at advanced practice nurses and graduate students in nursing, this book is divided into 4 sections addressing assessment, treatment, special populations, and special issues. Within these sections, each chapter includes state-of-the-art, evidence-based information about the most common issues faced by psychiatric and primary care practitioners alike. Chapters focused on disorders review clinical manifestation, etiology, nursing interventions, integration with primary care, and implications for practice, research, and education. Chapters focused on issues describe the linkages between the behavioral/psychiatric profile of the child and associated risk and management strategies. Written/reviewed by over 70 nurse experts, "Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health: A Resource for Advanced Practice Psychiatric and Primary Care Practitioners" "in Nursing" is a must-have reference for all practitioners caring for children and adolescents. Key features: Speaks specifically to issues faced by advanced practice nurses Describes the etiology of psychiatric and psychosocial behaviors in children and adolescents Integrates psychiatric and primary care management strategies Comprehensive in scope, including special topics such as legal and ethical issues and cultural considerations

Clinical Child Psychiatry

Rather, it is to address the increasing imperative in child and adolescent
psychiatry to form a coherent diagnostic and initial treatment plan for a child,
adolescent, or family, and to do it in such a way that this plan will be logical and
agreed on ...

Clinical Child Psychiatry

Author: William M. Klykylo

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119967708

Page: 568

View: 666

Making a psychiatric diagnosis in children can be challenging: some clinicians say the incidence of some childhood disorders, such as bipolar disorder and ADHD, is over-diagnosed while others saying they are undiagnosed, undertreated, and are a large burden on society. The drug treatment of child psychiatric disorders can also be controversial in children and adolescents. This book fulfills the need for an objective, clinically relevant source to dispel this confusion. Clinical Child Psychiatry is a textbook of current clinical practice in child and adolescent psychiatry. It is designed as a reference for clinicians that is both easily usable and authoritative, a “chairside” reference for the consultation room. This book addresses a defined series of clinical entities that represent the bulk of current treatment modalities and disorders encountered in 21st century practice. It is authoritative in the areas addressed while at the same time being rapidly accessible in format. To facilitate access, it presents disorders in declining order of frequency. The authors believe that worthwhile clinical work must be informed by both evidence-based practice and by psychiatry’s traditional attention to internal and interpersonal dynamics. They are committed to an approach that is broadly biopsychosocial while based on current clinical evidence for a pragmatic, clinical focus. The book is divided into four sections. The first, Fundamentals of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Practice, addresses assessment, treatment modalities, and planning. Common Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Disorders and Developmental Disorders cover the diagnosis and treatment of the large majority of disease entities encountered in practice. The final section, Special Problems in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, includes a variety of topics such as foster care and adoption, loss and grief, and forensics. The book also includes: New evidence relating to the areas of depression, psychosis, trauma. New insights from genetics, genomics, and proteomics cleverly integrated into chapters on the individual disease with focus on their clinical application. New chapter on consultation and collaboration within systems of care The book addresses a need for clinicians, many of whom are beginners, non-psychiatrists, or psychiatrists entering unfamiliar territory, to come up to speed rapidly in providing more than perfunctory service to needy populations. This challenge grows ever greater. The book has a companion website with questions to facilitate learning.

Phenomenology and Treatment of Psychiatric Emergencies

503–606, 1974. Kanner, L.: Outline of the History of Child Psychiatry. In: Child
Psychiatry. Springfield Charles C Thomas 4th edition p. 5–17, 1972. Greenspan,
I.S. Nover, A. Robert, et al: The Child Psychiatrist and Day Care. JAACP vol. 15,
no.

Phenomenology and Treatment of Psychiatric Emergencies

Author: B.S. Comstock

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 940118108X

Page: 241

View: 468

psychiatric treatment approaches there are opportunities for trial and error, exploration and reconsideration, revision of treatment approach, and correc tion of errors. Revisions and corrections are based on observations of pro gress and on response from patients about the impact of treatment efforts. But emergency interventions usually are one time efforts involving a sequence of evaluation, therapeutic intervention, and referral out. Response is limited or absent and there are no opportunities for corrections over time. Therefore, interventions and referrals must be made on the basis of first evaluations, with positive conviction related to current best effort and despite the lack of guidance derived from tracking the patient's progress over time. The staff must tolerate the risk-taking required, and must also be prepared to forego the gratification of seeing the beneficial results of the work done. Even in pro grams structured to allow return visits, and despite the occasional information provided by other agencies after referrals, the majority of patients are lost to follow up. The usefulness of specific interventions is hard to evaluate and the satisfaction of seeing a task completed is rarely available. The emergency program staff must tolerate a considerable amount of stress in the environment. Emergency care centers are collection points for an extraordinary volume of human suffering. The anxieties and strains asso ciated with persistent urgency of need, alarm related to unexpected difficul ties, fearfulness about outcome, closeness of death, and presence of pain pervade the atmosphere.

Helping Kids in Crisis

This book provides clinical case examples with concrete tools for assessment, de-escalation, and diagnosis, to help clinicians quickly stabilize the crisis and determine when a trip to the emergency room is necessary.

Helping Kids in Crisis

Author: Fadi Haddad

Publisher: American Psychiatric Pub

ISBN: 1585625477

Page: 227

View: 448

Helping Kids in Crisis: Managing Psychiatric Emergencies in Children and Adolescents provides expert guidance to practitioners responding to high-stakes situations, such as children considering or attempting suicide, cutting or injuring themselves purposely, and becoming aggressive or violently destructive. Children experiencing behavioral crises frequently reach critical states in venues that were not designed to respond to or support them -- in school, for example, or at home among their highly stressed and confused families. Professionals who provide services to these children must be able to quickly determine threats to safety and initiate interventions to deescalate behaviors, often with limited resources. The editors and authors have extensive experience at one of the busiest and best regional referral centers for children with psychiatric emergencies, and have deftly translated their expertise into this symptom-based guide to help non-psychiatric clinicians more effectively and compassionately care for this challenging population. The book is designed for ease of use and its structure and features are helpful and supportive: The book is written for practitioners in hospital or community-based settings, including physicians in training, pediatricians who work in office-based or emergency settings, psychologists, social workers, school psychologists, guidance counselors, and school nurses -- professionals for whom child psychiatric resources are few. Clear risk and diagnostic assessment tools allow clinicians working in settings without access to child mental health professionals to think like trained emergency room child psychiatrists--from evaluation to treatment. The content is symptom-focused, enabling readers to swiftly identify the appropriate chapter, with decision trees and easy-to-read tables to use for quick de-escalation and risk assessment. A guide to navigating the educational system, child welfare system, and other systems of care helps clinicians to identify and overcome systems-level barriers to obtain necessary treatment for their patients. Finally, the book provides an extensive review of successful models of emergency psychiatric care from across the country to assist clinicians and hospital administrators in program design. An abundance of case examples of common emergency symptoms or behaviors provides professionals with critical, concrete tools for diagnostic evaluation, risk assessment, decision making, de-escalation, and safety planning. Helping Kids in Crisis: Managing Psychiatric Emergencies in Children and Adolescents is a vital resource for clinicians facing high-risk challenges on the front lines to help them intervene effectively, relieve suffering, and keep their young patients safe.

Pocket Guide For The Textbook Of Pharmacotherapy For Child And Adolescent psychiatric disorders

I highly recommend this manual for child psychiatrists at all levels of training and
practice. " —DENNIS P. CANTWELL, M.D. Joseph Campbell Professor of Child
Psychiatry UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital This important new ...

Pocket Guide For The Textbook Of Pharmacotherapy For Child And Adolescent psychiatric disorders

Author: David Rosenberg

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134860099

Page: 554

View: 757

First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Handbook of Preschool Mental Health Second Edition

New to This Edition *Many new authors; extensively revised with the latest research and empirically supported treatments. *Heightened focus on brain development and the neural correlates of disorders. *Section on risk and resilience, ...

Handbook of Preschool Mental Health  Second Edition

Author: Joan L. Luby

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 1462533809

Page: 416

View: 543

Comprehensively exploring the development of psychiatric disorders in 2- to 6-year-olds, this authoritative handbook has been thoroughly revised to incorporate important scientific and clinical advances. Leading researchers examine how behavioral and emotional problems emerge and can be treated effectively during this period of rapid developmental and brain changes. Current knowledge is presented on conduct disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, autism spectrum disorder, attachment disorders, and sleep disorders in very young children. The volume reviews a range of interventions for preschoolers and their caregivers--including clear descriptions of clinical techniques--and discusses the strengths and limitations of the empirical evidence base. New to This Edition *Many new authors; extensively revised with the latest research and empirically supported treatments. *Heightened focus on brain development and the neural correlates of disorders. *Section on risk and resilience, including chapters on sensitive periods of development and the early environment. *Chapters on parent-child interaction therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapies, attachment-based therapies, and translational approaches to early intervention.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy An Issue of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America E Book

In another trial,39 individual CBT was compared with an individual problem-
oriented supportive therapy with ... However, adolescents in both treatment
conditions were offered free medication management with the same child
psychiatrist ...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy  An Issue of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America   E Book

Author: Todd Peters

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 1455709093

Page: 252

View: 855

This issue provides a unique and valuable perspective on forensic matters in child and adolescent psychiatry, with an approach that adds new thinking to the discussion, rather than rehashing known facts. The issue is divided into several sections: juvenile offenders, family law/custody and visitation, child maltreatment, personal injury law suits, forensic issues in clinical child and adolescent psychiatry, and training in child and adolescent psychiatry. A wide range of topics are explored within each section. All articles are geared toward child psychiatrists in clinical practice, providing practical information in this very important area of study.

The Clinical Guide to Child Psychiatry

... child is to arrive at an accurate diagnosis and to match this diagnosis with the
most appropriate available treatment. In the field of child psychiatry, individual
symptoms are rarely pathognomonic, so this process of assessment and
treatment ...

The Clinical Guide to Child Psychiatry

Author: David Shaffer

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0029290201

Page: 619

View: 306