Child & Adolescent Therapy

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  1. Book ImageHow to Talk to Families About Child and Adolescent Mental Illness

    Melissa J. Marks, Diane T. Marsh

    When a young person suffers from an anxiety disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia, the entire family supporting that young person suffers, too.More

  2. Book ImageThe Adolescent & Young Adult Self-Harming Treatment Manual: A Collaborative Strengths-Based Brief Therapy Approach

    Matthew D. Selekman

    A detailed treatment protocol for working with self-harming adolescents and young adults.More

  3. Book ImageAttachment-Focused Parenting: Effective Strategies to Care for Children

    Daniel A. Hughes

    An expert clinician brings attachment theory into the realm of parenting skills.More

  4. Book ImageInfant/Child Mental Health, Early Intervention, and Relationship-Based Therapies: A Neurorelational Framework for Interdisciplnary Practice

    Connie Lillas, Janiece Turnbull

    A groundbreaking neuroscientific understanding of infant and child development, including a CD-ROM with supplementary worksheets, figures and tables.More

  5. Book ImageThe Child's Voice in Family Therapy: A Systemic Perspective

    Carole Gammer

    Making sure the child's voice in family therapy is heard.More

  6. Book ImageChild-Friendly Therapy: Biopsychosocial Innovations for Children and Families

    Marcia B. Stern, Harold S. Koplewicz

    A treasure trove of creative tools and strategies to engage children in therapy.More

  7. Book ImageChild Anxiety Disorders: A Family-Based Treatment Manual for Practitioners

    Bryce D. McLeod, Jeffrey J. Wood

    With over 10% of all children meeting the criteria for an anxiety disorder, these disorders are among the most common psychiatric problems experienced by schoolage kids, and can significantly interfere with their family and peer relationships and their performance at school.More

  8. Book ImageHow to Talk to Parents About Autism

    Roy Q. Sanders

    The most recent epidemiological data from the Centers for Disease Control (2013) suggests that 1 in every 88 children has some form of autism.More

  9. Book ImageMagical Moments of Change: How Psychotherapy Turns Kids Around

    Lenore Terr

    Why and how therapy with even the most challenging kids can work.More

  10. Book ImageChildren with Sexual Behavior Problems: Family-Based, Attachment-Focused Therapy

    William N. Friedrich

    Sexually inappropriate touching, language, and other actions on the part of children are difficult to diagnose and treat.
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  11. Book ImageAdolescent Girls in Crisis: Intervention and Hope

    Martha B. Straus

    Millions of adolescent girls are in a crisis of rage and despair.More

  12. Book ImageThe Neurobehavioral and Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Children

    Ed Tronick

    Internationally recognized as one of the premier researchers on child development, Ed Tronick has held notable teaching positions and conducted vital research for nearly 30 years.More

  13. Book ImageAttachment-Focused Family Therapy

    Daniel A. Hughes

    Over fifty years ago, John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth’s research on the developmental psychology of children formed the basic tenets of attachment theory.More

  14. Book ImageAdult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the Ties That Bind

    Amy J. L. Baker

    An examination of adults who have been manipulated by divorcing parents.More

  15. Book ImageADHD Grown Up: A Guide to Adolescent and Adult ADHD

    Joel L. Young

    Currently, 6-9% of all children are diagnosed with ADHD and there has been an explosion in recent years in the discussion of ADHD—its prevalence, its diagnosis, its importance to parents and their children.
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