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Treating Depressed and Suicidal Adolescents A Clinician's Guide

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ISBN-10: 1606239570

ISBN-13: 9781606239575

Edition: 2011 (Guide (Instructor's))

Authors: David A. Brent, Kimberly D. Poling, Tina R. Goldstein

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Book details

Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 3/1/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 276
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Introduction
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)
Classification
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
Disposition
Important Components of Effective Treatment
The Organizational Environment
The Individual as Therapist
The Therapeutic Relationship
Getting Started
How to Structure a Session
Negotiating the Safety Plan
Determining Appropriate Level of Care
Building Rapport during the First Session
Confidentiality
Getting the Teen's Buy-In
Building the Therapeutic Relationship
Patient and Family Psychoeducation
Goal Setting
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
Treatment Planning
Integrated Case Example
Behavioral Activation and Emotion Regulation
Behavioral Activation
Emotion Regulation
The Emotions Thermometer
Distraction
Self-Soothing
Deep Breathing
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Pleasant Imagery
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
Cognitive Distortions
Automatic Thoughts, Assumptions, and Core Beliefs
Suicidal Thinking
Cognitive Restructuring
Problem Solving
Enhancing Interpersonal Skills
Treatment-Resistant Depression
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?
Consolidation Treatment
Maintenance Treatment
Forward!
What Can We Do Now?
Other Approaches That Might Be Available in the Near Future
Novel Approaches to the Assessment of Suicidal Risk
Annotated Bibliography
Index