Child Psychotherapy Integrating Theories of Developmental Psychology into Clinical Practice

ISBN-10: 0826106730

ISBN-13: 9780826106735

Edition: 2012

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Book details

List price: $55.00
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 328
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
The Need for Developmentally Grounded Child Psychotherapy
In Search of Mental Health and Resiliency: The Need to Integrate Developmental Theory Into Clinical Practice
Developmental Psychology and Theories of Human Development
Origins of Child Psychotherapy
Current Practice of Psychotherapy With Children
A Need for the Integration of Developmental Psychology Into Child Psychotherapy
Integrating Theories of Developmental Psychology to Form a Comprehensive Approach to Treatment
Theorists and Theories of Human Development and Developmental Psychology
Summary of Theories of Development
From Bonding and Attachment to Self-Regulation Theory: How Relationships Impact Human Development and Psychotherapy
The Impact of Attachment on the Overall Health and Development of the Individual
The Contributions of the Early Attachment Theorists
Current Theories of Attachment
Attachment, Mentalizing, Intentionality, and Self-Regulation
The Impact of Attachment and Bonding on Child Psychotherapy
Therapeutic Relationships in Child Psychotherapy
Summary and Conclusions
How Advances in Neuroscience Impact Child Psychotherapy
Neuroplasticity and Considerations for Child Psychotherapy
Theories of Neurobiology and the Developing Brain
Neurodevelopment, Neurobiology, and Psychotherapy With Children
Mirror Neurons and the Reflection in Psychotherapy
What Is Trauma and How do We Treat Children?
Research on PTSD Symptomatology in Children and Adolescents
Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Sensory Processing Disorders-Where Psychology Meets Occupational Therapy
Summary
Assimilating Developmental Theory into the Pragmatics of Child Psychotherapy
Getting Started With Developmentally Grounded Child Psychotherapy
Organizing Your Office for Working With Children and Families
Parents, Parenting, and Parenting Skills
Child Psychotherapy That Involves Other Professionals
Psychotherapy With Child Clients
Opportunities for Reinforcing Positive Symptoms in Psychotherapy
Talking to Children in Forensically Complicated Situations
Research on Questioning Children
How Children's Social Styles and Temperament Effect Treatment
Summary
The Legal and Ethical Challenges of Providing Child Psychotherapy
Documentation for Clinical and Forensic Environments
Requests for Records of Minors
Documentation: What Records Should Therapists Keep and How?
Who Is Your Client: Working With Parents/Guardians, Schools, Child Welfare Organizations, and Other Legal Systems
Forensic Issues and Advocating for Children
Providing Psychotherapy in Forensically Complicated Cases
The Challenges to the Therapist-Personal and Professional Risk
Internet References for Professional Organizations
Summary and Conclusions
Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment Planning in Psychotherapy With Children and Adolescents
Ethical Guidelines
Gathering Data From Parents
Initial Intake
Assessing for Attachment
Global Assessment of Development and Functioning of Child and Adolescent Clients
Assessment Through the Stages of the Child's Life
Assessment in Psychotherapy
Diagnosis of Children From a Strengths-Based Approach
Psychotherapy With Children With Co-Occuring Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) and Mental Health Diagnoses
Psychotherapy With Children Exposed to Trauma
Summary
Internet Sources for Diagnosis and Assessment Tools
Best Practices in Child Psychotherapy
Theories That Inform the Practice of Child Psychotherapy
Theoretical Orientations of Psychotherapy
Summary and Conclusions
Integrating Theories of Developmental Psychology Into the Enactment of Child Psychotherapy
Case Conceptualization From a Multimodal Approach
Strengths-Based Therapy Through the Lens of Child Development
EMDR Case Conceptualization With a Reverse Protocol
The Therapist's Role in Psychotherapy With Children
Summary
The Basics in Child Psychotherapy
Parenting
For Kids
Summary and Conclusions
A Developmentally Grounded and Integrative Clinical Approach for Treating Complex Trauma and Dissociative Disorders in Children
Definition of Personality and Personality Development Theories
Definition and Theoretical Conceptualization of Dissociation
Developmentally Grounded Theory of Dissociation in Children and Adolescents
EMDR Phased Treatment Approach for Working With Children and Adolescents With Symptoms of Complex Trauma and Dissociation
Summary and Conclusions
Resources for Treating Children With Dissociative Disorders
Assessment Tools
Epilogue
New Technology and New Information
New Research
New Theories and New Evidence-Based Practice
References
Index
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