The Resource Clinical practice of cognitive therapy with children and adolescents : the nuts and bolts, Robert D. Friedberg, Jessica M. McClure

Clinical practice of cognitive therapy with children and adolescents : the nuts and bolts, Robert D. Friedberg, Jessica M. McClure

Label
Clinical practice of cognitive therapy with children and adolescents : the nuts and bolts
Title
Clinical practice of cognitive therapy with children and adolescents
Title remainder
the nuts and bolts
Statement of responsibility
Robert D. Friedberg, Jessica M. McClure
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"An ideal teaching text or practitioner reference, this book offers a complete introduction to doing cognitive therapy with children and adolescents. A systematic yet flexible approach to case conceptualization and treatment planning is presented. The authors review the essentials of orienting children and families to cognitive therapy, structuring each session, and implementing commonly used cognitive and behavioral techniques. Concluding chapters describe strategies for addressing specific clinical problems: depression, anxiety, and disruptive behavior."--Pub. desc
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1955-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Friedberg, Robert D.
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RJ505.C63
LC item number
F75 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
  • 2002 E-670
  • WS 350.2
NLM item number
F899c 2002
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
McClure, Jessica M
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Cognitive therapy for children
  • Cognitive therapy for teenagers
  • Thérapie cognitive pour enfants
  • Thérapie cognitive pour adolescents
  • Cognitive therapy for children
  • Cognitive therapy for teenagers
  • Cognitieve therapie
  • Kinderen
  • Adolescenten
  • Terapia cognitiva
  • Crianças
  • Adolescentes
  • Psicoterapia
  • Child
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Adolescent
Label
Clinical practice of cognitive therapy with children and adolescents : the nuts and bolts, Robert D. Friedberg, Jessica M. McClure
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-342) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- Who are we? -- Why write a book on cognitive therapy with children and adolescents? -- What will this book teach you? -- What is cognitive therapy? -- What are the similarities between cognitive therapy with adults and cognitive therapy with children and adolescents? -- What are the differences between cognitive therapy with adults and cognitive therapy with children and adolescents? -- 2. Case conceptualization -- Once is never enough -- Treatment planning -- Diagnosis -- Dressing up the client picture -- Components of the case formulation -- Planning and thinking ahead: provisional formulation, treatment plan and expected obstacles -- Case conceptualization example -- 3. Collaborative empiricism and guided discovery -- 4. Session structure -- Mood or symptom check-in -- Homework review -- Agenda setting -- Session content -- Homework assignment -- Eliciting feedback -- 5. Introducing the treatment model and identifying problems -- 6. Identifying and connecting feelings and thoughts -- -- Using the content-specificity hypothesis to guide identifying thoughts and feelings -- Avoiding confusion between thoughts and feelings -- Helping children and adolescents complete a daily thought record -- 7. Therapeutic socratic dialogues -- 8. Commonly used cognitive and behavioral techniques -- Skill acquisition (Psychoeducation) versus Skill application (Psychotherapy) -- Basic behavioral tools -- Social skills training -- Basic self-instructional techniques -- Basic rational analysis techniques -- Basic exposure therapy: developing self-confidence through performance attainment -- 9. Creative applications of cognitive-behavioral therapy -- Storytelling -- Play therapy applications -- Games, storybooks, workbooks and making masks -- Thought-feeling hoops -- Priming exercises -- 10. Homework -- Homework noncompliance -- 11. Working with depressed children and adolescents -- Symptoms of depression -- Cultural and gender considerations -- Assessment of depression -- Treatment of depression: choosing an intervention strategy -- Suicidality with depressed children and adolescents -- Behavioral interventions for depression -- Problem solving -- Self-monitoring -- Self-instructional approaches -- Rational analysis techniques -- 12. Working with anxious children and adolescents -- Symptoms of anxiety in youth -- Cultural and gender differences in symptom expression -- Assessment of anxiety -- A word on medical evaluations -- Choosing interventions in anxiety disorders -- Self-monitoring -- Relaxation training -- Systematic desensitization -- Social skills training -- Cognitive self-control -- Exposure
  • 13. Working with disruptive children and adolescents -- Common symptoms of the disruptive disorders -- Cultural context and gender issues -- Assessment of disruptive behavior problems -- Treatment approach -- Building relationships with disruptive children and adolescents -- Teaching parents about behavior management and family problem solving -- Education and self-monitoring -- Individual problem solving -- Education and self-monitoring -- Individual problem solving -- Time projection -- Social skills training -- Empathy training -- Self-instructional approaches -- Rational analysis techniques -- Moral reasoning -- Exposure/ performance attainment -- 14. Working with parents -- Establishing realistic expectations for behavior -- Helping parents define problems -- Helping parents increase their child's desirable behaviors -- Teaching parents to give commands/ directions -- Linking child behavior to parental consequences: Contingency Management -- Helping parents deal with their child's undesirable behaviors
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 354 pages
Isbn
9781572307230
Lccn
2001054319
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)48093209
  • (OCoLC)ocm48093209
Label
Clinical practice of cognitive therapy with children and adolescents : the nuts and bolts, Robert D. Friedberg, Jessica M. McClure
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-342) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- Who are we? -- Why write a book on cognitive therapy with children and adolescents? -- What will this book teach you? -- What is cognitive therapy? -- What are the similarities between cognitive therapy with adults and cognitive therapy with children and adolescents? -- What are the differences between cognitive therapy with adults and cognitive therapy with children and adolescents? -- 2. Case conceptualization -- Once is never enough -- Treatment planning -- Diagnosis -- Dressing up the client picture -- Components of the case formulation -- Planning and thinking ahead: provisional formulation, treatment plan and expected obstacles -- Case conceptualization example -- 3. Collaborative empiricism and guided discovery -- 4. Session structure -- Mood or symptom check-in -- Homework review -- Agenda setting -- Session content -- Homework assignment -- Eliciting feedback -- 5. Introducing the treatment model and identifying problems -- 6. Identifying and connecting feelings and thoughts -- -- Using the content-specificity hypothesis to guide identifying thoughts and feelings -- Avoiding confusion between thoughts and feelings -- Helping children and adolescents complete a daily thought record -- 7. Therapeutic socratic dialogues -- 8. Commonly used cognitive and behavioral techniques -- Skill acquisition (Psychoeducation) versus Skill application (Psychotherapy) -- Basic behavioral tools -- Social skills training -- Basic self-instructional techniques -- Basic rational analysis techniques -- Basic exposure therapy: developing self-confidence through performance attainment -- 9. Creative applications of cognitive-behavioral therapy -- Storytelling -- Play therapy applications -- Games, storybooks, workbooks and making masks -- Thought-feeling hoops -- Priming exercises -- 10. Homework -- Homework noncompliance -- 11. Working with depressed children and adolescents -- Symptoms of depression -- Cultural and gender considerations -- Assessment of depression -- Treatment of depression: choosing an intervention strategy -- Suicidality with depressed children and adolescents -- Behavioral interventions for depression -- Problem solving -- Self-monitoring -- Self-instructional approaches -- Rational analysis techniques -- 12. Working with anxious children and adolescents -- Symptoms of anxiety in youth -- Cultural and gender differences in symptom expression -- Assessment of anxiety -- A word on medical evaluations -- Choosing interventions in anxiety disorders -- Self-monitoring -- Relaxation training -- Systematic desensitization -- Social skills training -- Cognitive self-control -- Exposure
  • 13. Working with disruptive children and adolescents -- Common symptoms of the disruptive disorders -- Cultural context and gender issues -- Assessment of disruptive behavior problems -- Treatment approach -- Building relationships with disruptive children and adolescents -- Teaching parents about behavior management and family problem solving -- Education and self-monitoring -- Individual problem solving -- Education and self-monitoring -- Individual problem solving -- Time projection -- Social skills training -- Empathy training -- Self-instructional approaches -- Rational analysis techniques -- Moral reasoning -- Exposure/ performance attainment -- 14. Working with parents -- Establishing realistic expectations for behavior -- Helping parents define problems -- Helping parents increase their child's desirable behaviors -- Teaching parents to give commands/ directions -- Linking child behavior to parental consequences: Contingency Management -- Helping parents deal with their child's undesirable behaviors
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 354 pages
Isbn
9781572307230
Lccn
2001054319
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)48093209
  • (OCoLC)ocm48093209

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