Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Theory and Practice


Thompson/Hodder Arnold

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An essential textbook for students and professionals working with children, adolescents and their families in the field of child and adolescent mental health.

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The book covers all the core aspects of child and adolescent mental health, starting with the background to emotional and behavioural problems and looking at models and tools for assessment and treatment before examining specifi c problems encountered in children, young people and their families from different cultural backgrounds. Key features * clear theoretical framework for each topic * integrated disciplinary approach * case studies * information about other resources available to professionals and families, including new government initiatives New for the second edition * updated and revised with the latest references and theories * sections on the infl uence of genetics on behaviour; working with children with learning diffi culties; evidence-based paediatric and psychological developments * multiple choice questions for revision and testing * new quick-reference format An essential text for all professionals working with children, young people and their families, including student and practitioner: psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, mental health nurses and social care specialists.

1 Towards comprehensive Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services 2 Early intervention services 3 The role of the educational psychologist 4 Who does what in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services? 5 Nurse prescriber 6 Primary mental health in the community 7 Primary mental health work within a specialist CAMHS team 8 Aetiology and classification 9 Epidemiology of behaviour problems 10 Genetics 11 Assessing paediatric and psychological development 12 Emotional development and attachment 13 Emotional well-being and literacy 14 Current legal framework and relevant legislation 15 Making treatment decisions with young people 16 Fostering and adoption 17 The effect of early institutional deprivation on the brain 18 Engagement and motivation 19 Structured assessment of pre-school children 20 Parenting style 21 Assessment of younger children and their families 22 Assessment of older children, young people and their families 23 Family assessment 24 Genograms 25 Narrative therapy 26 The use of questionnaires 27 Cognitive assessment 28 Speech and language assessment 29 OT assessment including neuro-sensory approaches 30 Temperament 31 Crying 32 Emotionality in children and young people and links to psychopathology 33 Juvenile disruptive behaviour disorders: ODD and CD 34 Forensic child and adolescent psychiatry 35 Substance misuse in children and young people 36 Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder 37 Epilepsy 38 Tourette syndrome 39 Austistic spectrum disorder 40 Education for children on the autistic spectrum 41 Social stories for parents of autistic children 42 Behavioural problems in children with learning difficulties 43 Anxiety and phobias 44 Obsessive compulsive disorder 45 Body dysmorphic disorder 46 Mood disorders 47 Bipolar disorder 48 Deliberate self-harm and suicide 49 School refusal behaviour 50 Psychosis 51 Eating disorders 52 Behavioural sleep problems in children and adolescents 53 Feeding/eating problems in young children 54 Enuresis, constipation and soiling 55 Psychosomatic disorders: dissociative disorder and psychological disorders 56 Example of a therapeutic group intervention: The IMPACT Group 57 Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis 58 Chronic illness in children and young people 59 Gender identity disorder 60 Management of grief: loss and bereavement 61 Working with diversity - cultural competence in CAMHS 62 Young carers 63 Asylum seeking, refugee and homeless young people and families 64 Young Carers from Black and minority ethnic backgrounds 65 Emerging sexuality 66 Art therapy 67 Play therapy 68 Child psychotherapy 69 Counselling children and young people 70 Counselling psychology 71 Applied behavioural analysis (including children with learning difficulties) 72 Cognitive behaviour therapy 73 Social Stories 74 Family therapy models and practice 75 Solution focused brief therapy 76 Parenting programmes 77 Principles of group work 78 Group work of with parents of children with ADHD 79 Group work with adolescents 80 Inpatient services 81 Example of a children's residential unit 82 Forensic CAMHS: Bluebird House Appendices