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Treating School-Age Children

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Treating School-Age Children

Hans Steiner, Irvin D. Yalom (General Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-787-90878-2 August 1997 Jossey-Bass 288 Pages

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Treatments for Developmental Issues and Problems

A Volume in the Jossey-Bass Library of Current ClinicalTechnique

This book presents effective and efficient interventions forchildren who are just beginning school through the years of earlypuberty. The expert contributors offer the knowledge and tools forassessing and treating the problems that are unique to this agegroup. Encouraging both creativity and flexibility, they presentspecific recommAndations for the treatment of developmental issuesand problems such as hyperactivity, depression, obsession,compulsions, phobias, and trauma-related problems.

Helps clinicians to be the best that they can be.?--John E.Schowalter, M.D., Albert J. Solnit Professor of Child Psychiatryand Pediatrics, Child Study Center, Yale University
1. General Principles and Treatment(Richard J. Shaw and S. ShirleyFeldman)
2. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Phobias, and Trauma(Sharon E.Williams, Julie A. Collier, and Zakee Matthews)
3. Depression(James Lock)
4. Disruptive Behavioral Disorders(Lisa R. Benton-Hardy and JamesLock)
5. Conversion and Somatoform Disorders(Pamela J. Beasley and DavidRay DeMaso)
6. Pain and Related Problems(Julie A. Collier)
7. Child Abuse(Mary J. Sanders and Jennifer Dyer-Friedman)
8. Eating Disorders(Tamara M. Altman and James Lock)
?This book does not follow the current vogue of minimizing children's mental pain in order to minimize the costs of treatment, but instead it helps clinicians to be the best that they can be.? --John E. Schowalter, M.D., Albert J. Solnit Professor of Child Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Child Study Center, Yale University