1240 books (62 pages) in this category
by Laura L. Smith
A complete and comprehensive guide to why kids behave and think the way they do-and how to bring out the best in them. <p>In the U.S., more than 10% of children are diagnosed with psychiatric disorders, while countless others remain ...
Frameworks for Clinical Training and Practice
by David Skuse
New Thinking About the Boundary Between Traits and Illness
by David Rettew
A Practical Guide to Developing Therapeutic Relationships with Children
by Nancy H. Cochran
The practice of play therapy has experienced a remarkable period of growth since the 1980s. Yet, currently there is no reference available covering the widely researched and implemented work of Louise Guerney, a founding figure in child-centered
Making Young Subjects
by Karen Wells
What does it mean to think of children as social subjects and how should we go about studying childhood in society? Childhood is a key site where children come to understand themselves as particular kinds of people, not only as individuals but ...
How Parents and Educators Can Reduce Bullying at School
by Ken Rigby
Scarcely a day goes by without reports of school bullying or recommendations for quick fixes to the problem. Parents and educators are often left trying to solve a difficult issue without sufficient evidence to support suggested remedies. ...
by Connie Tang
by Insoo Kim Berg
Therapists often despair when considering using Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), so successful with adults, with children. Insoo Kim Berg and Therese Steiner show this despair to be unwarranted. These two master therapists lead readers ...
by William Glasser
Dr. William Glasser offers a new psychology that, if practiced, could reverse our widespread inability to get along with one another, an inability that is the source of almost all unhappiness. For progress in human relationships, he explains ...
An Ecological-Transactional Approach to Understanding Child Problems and Interventions
by Linda Wilmshurst
<p><i>Clinical and Educational Child Psychology: An Ecological-Transactional Approach to Developmental Problems and Interventions</i> explores developmental milestones in early childhood and adolescence and provides intervention strategies in ...
The Emergence of Polyvagal-Informed Therapies
by Stephen W. Porges
Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client
by Barbara Lichner Ingram
This innovative guide addresses the essential question facing every therapist with a new client: <i>How do I create a treatment plan that is the best match for my client?</i> This unique resource provides a systematic method to integrate ideas, ...
by Lindy McAllister
This text promotes the view that the clinical education process offers both clinical educators and students opportunities for personal and professional development. It guides the reader through the clinical education process, from pre-placement ...
by Steven L. Dubovsky
With a vast array of medications available for prescription, psychiatrists demand reference books that quickly summarize various drugs with an emphasis on their properties, most effective usages, cross-indications, and potential side effects. No
The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe
by Stephen W. Porges
A Practical Guide to Assessment and Management for Clinicians
by Laura H. Goldstein
Featuring updates and revisions, the second edition of <i>Clinical Neuropsychology</i> provides trainee and practicing clinicians with practical, real-world advice on neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation.<br /> <br /> <ul> ...
by Roy A. Bean
<b>Cultivate self-awareness, empathy, and clinical competence in the mental health professionals you supervise</b> <p>Providing tested guidance for clinical supervisors of mental health professionals, editors Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, and ...
Investigating Solutions in Brief Therapy
by Steve de Shazer