Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents: A Casebook for Clinical Practice
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"Individual reports discuss modular therapy" according to Midwest Book Review. The collaborative and editorial effort of Mark A. Reinecke (Associate Professor and Chief of the Division of Psychology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine), Frank M. Dattilio (Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard University Medical School), and Arthur Freeman (Professor and Chair of the. happyfeet said Fairly helpful. I had to buy this book for a class that I took. Obviously the focus of the book is on cognitive behavioral therapy, but I felt like it wasn't particularly inclusive. While I did learn a fair amount from it, I sold this back and kept a more comprehensive book as a reference.
Reinecke, Dattilio, and Freeman are to be commended." --Astrid Palm, Ph.D., Director, Cognitive for Cognitiv Terapi och Utbilding, Gothenburg, Sweden"This book provides a unique contribution to the field and deserves the attention of anyone using cognitive-behavioral interventions with children or adolescents. Contributing authors include a host of experienced therapists and researchersIn addition to the case descriptions and reviews of empirical research, this collection includees much valuable conceptual material, as well as useful theoretical modelsAnother notable feature is the inclusion of both clinical and school-based case studies, making this volume applicable for use by both independent practitioners and school-based clinicians, as well as for the training of both groups. The use of case s
While cognitive-behavioral therapy has developed rapidly in recent years, its application with children and adolescents has received only minimal attention. Chapters begin with a review of the relevant literature, then present extended case examples, including DSM-IV diagnoses, which clearly demonstrate the use and implementation of cognitive-behavioral techniques.. Grounded in a strong developmental orientation, contributing authors address numerous disorders that are commonly confronted by mental