Helping Children and Families: A New Treatment Model Integrating Psychodynamic, Behavioral, and Contextual Approaches
SECTION ONE: Preparation.
1. Psychodynamic and Social Learning Concepts and Techniques for Working with Children and Families.
2. Contextual Concepts and Techniques for Working with Children and Families.
3. Twenty-Three Basic Principles of Working with Children and Families.
4. Beginnings: First Sessions with Children, Adolescents, and Families.
5. Case Formulation with the Integrated Model.
6. Working with Parents.
SECTION TWO: Treatment Techniques for Resolving Specific Problems.
7. Applying the Integrated Model to the Treatment of Children and Families.
8. Problems of Early Childhood.
9. Problems of School-Age Children.
10. Problems of Adolescence.
11. Problems That May Be the Focus of Attention at Any Age.
SECTION THREE: Synthesis.
12. Your Own Therapy Model.
Appendix A: Checklist for First Sessions.
Appendix B: The Psychology of Psychological Testing for Children.
Appendix C: Protocol for Relaxation Training.