|Adolescent Depression: An Overview of Assessment and Treatment
|Why Is Adolescent Depression an Important Problem?
|Common Questions Families Ask about Depression (and Some Brief Answers)
|Guidelines for Assessment of Mood Disorders
|Differential Diagnosis and Assessment of Comorbidity
|An Overview of Evidence-Based Treatment Options for Adolescent Depression
|Assessment and Treatment of Suicidal Ideation and Behavior
|Significance of Suicidal Behavior and Some Important Definitions
|General Principles for Assessment
|Five Key Domains of Inquiry
|Assessing Imminent Suicidal Risk
|Important Components of Effective Treatment
|The Organizational Environment
|The Individual as Therapist
|The Therapeutic Relationship
|How to Structure a Session
|Negotiating the Safety Plan
|Determining Appropriate Level of Care
|Building Rapport during the First Session
|Getting the Teen's Buy-In
|Building the Therapeutic Relationship
|Patient and Family Psychoeducation
|Chain Analysis and Treatment Planning
|What Is a Chain Analysis?
|When Would a Therapist Use a Chain Analysis?
|How to Handle Obstacles When Conducting a Chain Analysis
|How to Conduct a Chain Analysis
|Conducting a Chain Analysis with Parents
|Addressing Vulnerability and Protective Factors
|Integrated Case Example
|Behavioral Activation and Emotion Regulation
|The Emotions Thermometer
|Progressive Muscle Relaxation
|Emotion Regulation Skills with the Family
|Cognitive Restructuring, Problem Solving, and Interpersonal Effectiveness
|Ways of Change
|Cognition and Emotional Disorders
|Links between Thinking, Feeling, and Acting
|Catching the Link in Real Time
|Automatic Thoughts, Assumptions, and Core Beliefs
|Enhancing Interpersonal Skills
|What Is Treatment-Resistant Depression?
|Why Is Treatment-Resistant Depression Important?
|Seven Key Questions
|Treatment of a Patient Who Has Not Responded to a First Antidepressant
|Prevention of Treatment-Resistant Depression
|Getting Well and Staying Well: Consolidation and Maintenance Treatment
|Why Are Additional Phases of Treatment after Acute Treatment Necessary?
|What Can We Do Now?
|Other Approaches That Might Be Available in the Near Future
|Novel Approaches to the Assessment of Suicidal Risk