Clinical Practice of Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents The Nuts and Bolts

ISBN-10: 1572307234
ISBN-13: 9781572307230
Edition: 2002
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Book details

List price: $48.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 1/3/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 354
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

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?
A Word about Our Transcripts and Examples
Case Conceptualization
Case Conceptualization: Once Is Never Enough
Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning
Case Conceptualization and Diagnosis
Case Conceptualization: "Dressing Up" the Client Picture
Components of the Case Formulation
Planning and Thinking Ahead: Provisional Formulation, Treatment Plan, and Expected Obstacles
Case Conceptualization Example
Conclusion
Collaborative Empiricism and Guided Discovery
Continuum of Collaboration and Guided Discovery
Conclusion
Session Structure
Mood or Symptom Check-In
Homework Review
Agenda Setting
Session Content
Homework Assignment
Eliciting Feedback
Conclusion
Introducing the Treatment Model and Identifying Problems
Introducing the Treatment Model to Children
Introducing the Treatment Model to Adolescents
Identifying Problems with Children and Adolescents
Conclusion
Identifying and Connecting Feelings and Thoughts
Identifying Feelings with Children and Adolescents
Identifying Thoughts and Connecting Thoughts to Feelings
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
Conclusion
Therapeutic Socratic Dialogues
Considerations in Constructing a Therapeutic Socratic Dialogue
Hints about Constructing a Socratic Dialogue
Universal Definitions
Metaphorical and Humorous Questions
Conclusion
Commonly Used Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques
Dimensions of Cognitive-Behavioral Techniques
Skill Acquisition (Psychoeducation) versus Skill Application (Psychotherapy)
Basic Behavioral Tools
Social Skills Training
Basic Self-Instructional Techniques: Changing Thought Content
Basic Rational Analysis Techniques: Changing Thought Content and Process
Basic Exposure Therapy: Developing Self-Confidence through Performance Attainment
Conclusion
Creative Applications of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Storytelling
Play Therapy Applications
Games, Storybooks, Workbooks, and Making Masks
Thought-Feeling Hoops
Priming Exercises
Conclusion
Homework
General Considerations in Assigning Homework
Homework Noncompliance
Conclusion
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
Conclusion
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
Conclusion
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
Time Projection
Social Skills Training
Empathy Training
Self-Instructional Approaches
Rational Analysis Techniques
Moral Reasoning
Exposure/Performance Attainment
Conclusion
Working with Parents
Establishing Realistic Expectations for Behavior
Helping Parents Define Problems
Helping Parents Increase Their Child's Desirable Behaviors: "I Just Want Him to Behave"
Teaching Parents to Give Commands/Directions
Linking Child Behavior to Parental Consequences: Contingency Management
Helping Parents Deal with Their Child's Undesirable Behaviors
Conclusion
References
Index

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