Part I. Assessment, Classification and Epidemiology.
Part II. Specific Disorders and Presentation.
Ch4. Autistic disorders.
Ch6. Conduct disorder.
Ch7. Juvenile delinquency.
Ch8. School refusal.
Ch9. Anxiety disorders.
Ch10. Depression and mania.
Ch11. Suicide and deliberate self-harm.
Ch12. Stress disorders.
Ch13. Obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Ch14. Tourette syndrome and other tic disorders.
Ch15. Selective mutism.
Ch16. Attachment disorders.
Ch18. Faecal soiling.
Ch19. Sleep disorders.
Ch21. Preschool problems.
Ch22. Disorders in adolescence.
Ch23. Maltreatment of children.
Part III. Risk Factors.
Ch24. Generalised learning disability.
Ch25. Brain disorders.
Ch26. Language disorders.
Ch27. Reading difficulties.
Ch28. Insecure attachment.
Ch29. Nature and nurture.
Ch30. Coping with adversity.
Ch31. School and peer factors.
Part IV. Treatment and Services.
Ch32. Intervention: first principles.
Ch34. Medication and diet.
Ch35. Behaviourally-based treatments.
Ch36. Cognitive and interpersonal therapies.
Ch37. Systematic and family therapies.
Ch38. Fostering and adoption.
Ch39. Organisation of services.
Part V. Multiple Choice Questions and Answers.
Multiple choice questions.
Answers to the MCQs
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