Emotional Disorders in Children and Adolescents states that individual psychotherapy is a nonspecific label. It is done when two people interact in a prolonged series of emotionally charged encounters, with the purpose of changing the behavior of the dyad. The motives and dynamics of individual psychotherapy are explained in detail as well as the history of the approach.
The book discussed the concept of child psychoanalysis. This section includes its historical background, the similarities and differences between child and adult psychoanalysis, the age of the child that should be treated and frequency of treatment. The text also covers some techniques in the application of psychoanalysis. A broad section of the volume is focused on the modification of the child’s behavior as a type of treatment. This chapter is followed by a section on the behavioral approaches in adolescent psychiatry. The book will provide useful information to psychologist, psychiatrist, behavioral specialist, students and researchers in the field of psychology.
Part I — Individual Psychotherapies1. Individual Psychotherapy 2. Child Psychoanalysis 3. Behavior Modification: Applications to Childhood Problems 4. Behavioral Approaches in Adolescent Psychiatry 5. Application of Biofeedback Training with Children 6. Pharmacotherapy 7. Brief Psychotherapy 8. Play Therapy
Part II — Family, Group, and Milieu Therapies9. Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents 10. Psychodyamically Oriented Family Therapy 11. Family Therapy: Systems Approaches 12. Families of Institutionalized Children 13. Principles of Therapeutic Milieu with Children 14. Residential and Inpatient Treatment Commentary: Short-Term Child Psychiatric Inpatient Unit 15. Day Treatment 16. Community-Based Group Homes
Part III — Treatment of Special Age Groups17. Preschool-Age Children 18. Latency-Age Children 19. Psychotherapy with Adolescents
Part IV — Treatment of Psychosomatic Disorders20. Treatment of Psychophysiological Disorders 21. Psychosomatic Disorders and Family Therapy 22. Obesity and Eating Disorders 23. Vomiting 24. Treatment of Encopresis and Psychogenic Constipation Commentary: Persistent Encopresis in Preadolescence
Part V — Treatment of Special Disorders25. Borderline States and Ego Disturbances 26. Psychotic Disorders 27. The Treatment of Minimal Brain Dysfunction 28. Learning Disabilities 29. School Interventions: Case Management and School Mental Health Consultation 30. Therapeutic and Preventive Interventions in Mental Retardation 31. Therapeutic and Preventive Interventions in Juvenile Delinquency 32. Treatment of Emergencies in Children and Adolescents 33. Treatment of School Phobia 34. Depression and Suicidal Behavior 35. Running Away and the Treatment of the Runaway Reaction
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- © Pergamon 1980
- 1st January 1980
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