Medical

An Introduction to Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Author: Maddie Burton,Erica Pavord,Briony Williams

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1473905133

Category: Medical

Page: 248

View: 6363

Anyone who works within children and adolescent mental health services will tell you what a challenging and complex world it is. To help prepare you, the authors have produced a clear introduction to child and adolescent mental health that takes you step-by-step on a journey through the subject. Beginning with the foundations, the book explores the common mental health concepts and influences that you can expect to encounter examining topics like the difference between emotional and mental health issues and how mental health problems develop. It then moves on to explore the vital skills that you will need to develop like effective communication and basic counselling skills, and introduces some of the common interventions like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Psychodynamic theory and Family work. Written by a multi-disciplinary team of passionate and experienced experts, the book strikes an effective balance between introducing the relevant theory and showing how this can be applied in the real world. It is an essential starting point to the subject of child and adolescent mental health and suitable for any students planning to support this group.
Psychology

A Multidisciplinary Handbook of Child and Adolescent Mental Health for Front-line Professionals, Third Edition

Author: Nisha Dogra,Andrew Parkin,Fiona Warner-Gale,Clay Frake

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1784503096

Category: Psychology

Page: 328

View: 6610

This handbook provides a succinct introduction to child mental health, covering the nature, prevalence, treatment and management of mental health problems in children and young people. The authors explore a range of issues surrounding the emotional needs of young people, showing how specific problems such as ADHD and learning difficulties can be targeted, while also recognising diversity issues and paying particular attention to at-risk groups. This edition is updated to reflect current direction in services, cutting edge approaches to interventions in primary health care, teaching and social service settings, as well as incorporating children's views on what mental health means to them and the impact of social media. Setting out ways in which young people can be supported by all practitioners in primary care, and covering early years through to late adolescence, the authors have created an invaluable resource for any front-line practitioner working in this area.
Medical

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Author: David L. Kaye,Maureen Elmer Montgomery

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781730150

Category: Medical

Page: 496

View: 3348

Ideal for the general practitioner, this practical guide to pediatric mental health explains the various systems involved in children's mental health (i.e. schools, social services, the legal and mental health systems) and addresses common mental health problems seen frequently in practice. Included are chapters on learning disabilities, autism, ADHD, aggression, substance abuse, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and a host of other difficulties. Each chapter is written by a general pediatrician and a child psychiatrist. Blending these perspectives, the authors present a pragmatic and current approach to issues of office evaluation, assessment, and treatment, including pediatric psychopharmacology.
Psychology

Introduction to Abnormal Child and Adolescent Psychology

Author: Robert Weis

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1506339786

Category: Psychology

Page: 688

View: 6039

Robert Weis' third edition of Introduction to Abnormal Child and Adolescent Psychology adopts a developmental psychopathology approach to understanding child disorders. Using case studies, this perspective examines the emergence of disorders over time, pays special attention to risk and protective factors that influence developmental processes and trajectories, and examines child psychopathology in the context of normal development. Designed to be flexible via its focused modular organization, the text reflects the latest changes to the DSM (DSM 5, 2013) and is updated with new research and developments in the field.
Social Science

Understanding Looked After Children

An Introduction to Psychology for Foster Care

Author: Jeune Guishard-Pine,Suzanne McCall,Lloyd Hamilton

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1843103702

Category: Social Science

Page: 176

View: 3157

Understanding Looked After Children is an accessible guide to understanding the mental health needs of children in foster care and the role of foster carers and support networks in helping these children. The authors provide foster carers with an insight into the psychological issues experienced by children in the care system, and the impact of these issues on the foster family. Chapters cover cultural, social and legal structures associated with foster care and both the relevant child psychology theory and examples drawn from real-life situations. The authors give advice on how to address common psychological issues in collaboration with multi-agency professionals, as well as how to access to statutory services. They also explain the possible impact of assessments on foster children and the causes and management of foster carers' own feelings of frustration, anger or disappointment with social and mental health services or the placement itself. Chapters are complemented by case studies, and the book includes a helpful glossary to common terminology. Understanding Looked After Children is essential reading for registered foster carers and those considering fostering, as well as adoptive parents, and a useful reference for trainee and experienced practitioners in the care system, including social workers, psychologists, counsellors, teachers and others looking after vulnerable children.
Medical

Normal Child and Adolescent Development

Author: Ralph J. Gemelli

Publisher: Amer Psychiatric Pub Incorporated

ISBN: N.A

Category: Medical

Page: 582

View: 5836

Normal Child and Adolescent Development is an exceptional learning tool for beginning mental health professionals engaged in training programs to prepare for work with children, adolescents, and adults with mental and behavioral problems. Throughout the book, illustrative examples of normal and abnormal development are presented to demonstrate the usefulness of normal development concepts in understanding abnormal development. Intended as an introduction to child and adolescent mental development, this book describes each major stage of the development process, integrating each major aspect of development with the leading developmental theories. Each chapter follows the same basic outline to help the reader understand the continuous nature of the child's mental development through succeeding developmental phases. This schematic organization emphasizes that children's mental development is continuous as well as discontinuous: their representational world provides the continuous "landscape" from which they progressively perceive the social world using their increasingly more complex perceptual and cognitive capabilities; discontinuous in the sense that children's maturational advances, coupled with new life events, will produce relatively unexpected developmental changes in them. The text includes several important concepts of normal mental development. A thorough understanding of the id, ego, superego and the self; the unconscious mental domain; implicit versus explicit memories; the development of the internal distress signal; mechanisms of defense; transference reactions; and mental organizing principles is essential for any practitioner who will ultimately be involved in evaluatory and treatment work with mentally disturbed children, adolescents, and adults.
Social Science

The Social Worker's Guide to Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Author: Steven Walker

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9780857002266

Category: Social Science

Page: 288

View: 9980

The Social Worker's Guide to Child and Adolescent Mental Health provides a comprehensive guide to working with children and young people who are experiencing mental health problems, and equips the reader with the knowledge and skills to provide the best service to these vulnerable young people. The first part of the book considers what role social work can play in child and adolescent mental health, and explores key ideas related to mental health and young people, including attachment issues, children's emotional development and common and complex mental health problems. The author then covers how social work skills and methods can be applied to working with children and young people with mental health problems, including guidance on assessment tools, intervention, and multi-disciplinary working. The final section focuses on the wider context, such as legislative and policy frameworks and the importance of considering cultural, spiritual and religious identity. Case examples, reflective activities and practical exercises are included to underpin theory and knowledge. This book will be essential reading for all pre- and post-qualifying social work practitioners involved with children, adolescents and families, in particular those working in mental health settings, as well as approved mental health professionals.
Medical

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Author: Robert Goodman,Stephen Scott

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118340922

Category: Medical

Page: 400

View: 9991

An introduction to child psychiatry which draws on clinical experience as well as the latest research findings. Child Psychiatry includes many practical tips on successful assessment and treatment techniques. Its companion website features over 200 multiple choice questions and answers to assist those preparing for examinations, including MRCPsych Written in an accessible style by international experts in child psychiatry.
Conduct disorders in adolescence

Disruptive Mood

Irritability in Children and Adolescents

Author: Argyris Stringaris,Eric Taylor

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 019967454X

Category: Conduct disorders in adolescence

Page: 176

View: 3389

A practical guide to understanding and treating children and adolescents prone to extreme levels of angry outbursts, Disruptive Mood: Irritability in Children and Adolescents is based on the very latest research and theory. Providing both a clinical and scientific perspective on irritability in children, this book is a timely look at recent developments in the field. Abnormal states of anger are a common reason for referral tochild health services, and cause concern in clinics, schools, and families. Misdiagnosis and treatment can stem from a lack of understanding of the mechanisms involved in high levels of anger in children, andDisruptive Mood: Irritability in Children and Adolescents provides clear guidance on the development of abnormal states of anger, their consequences for later development, and how to assess and make differential diagnoses between them and how to treat them. A useful resource for clinical practice, this book is concise and accessible, and offers tools for evaluating treatments. Disruptive Mood: Irritability in Children and Adolescents is designed for practitioners involved inchild and adolescent mental health and education and researchers who need an introduction to this complex field.
Medical

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Theory and Practice, Second Edition

Author: Christine Hooper,Margaret Thompson,Catherine Laver-Bradbury,Chris Gale

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1444146009

Category: Medical

Page: 528

View: 8345

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 specific 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 influence of genetics on behaviour, working with children with learning difficulties, evidence-based paediatric and psychological developments multiple choice questions for revision and testing new quick-reference format This is 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.
Medical

Child and Adolescent Psychopathology

Theoretical and Clinical Implications

Author: Cecilia A. Essau

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135447039

Category: Medical

Page: 312

View: 3243

How do biological and environmental factors influence the development of childhood and adolescent disorders? There has been a substantial increase of interest in research into child and adolescent psychopathology. In this book, Cecilia Essau brings together contributions from the UK, the US and Canada to provide a comprehensive summary of the information available on the subject. Beginning with an introduction to general issues related to child and adolescent psychopathology, including theoretical models of normal and abnormal development, each chapter goes on to address the issues associated with specific disorders, such as: oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder eating disorders substance use disorders somatoform disorders. The contributors present a thorough overview of each disorder, including discussion of definition and classification, epidemiology, risk factors, comorbidity, course, outcome and prevention. Child & Adolescent Psychopathology will be welcomed by all mental health professionals seeking a reliable source of scientifically and clinically relevant information on the nature and treatment of child and adolescent disorders.

Counseling Children and Adolescents

Working in School and Clinical Mental Health Settings

Author: Dr Jolie Ziomek-Daigle

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1315466724

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 5272

Counseling Children and Adolescents gives students the information they need to prepare for work in both school and clinical mental health settings (two CACREP--Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs--specialty areas). This text includes not only content related to developmental and counseling theories but also information on evidence-based practices across the continuum of care, diagnosis and treatment of youth, and current trends such as integrated care, mindfulness, and neuroscience. Unique to this book are sections on both the instructional and behavioral Response to Intervention (RtI) model and PBIS, examples of evidence-based practices used across settings such as Student Success Skills, Check & Connect, and trauma-focused CBT, and a review of common mental health-related disorders most often seen in youth and treatment recommendations. Ethical and legal implications are infused throughout the book, as are CACREP learning outcomes. Instructors using this textbook can also turn to its companion website to access test questions for each chapter. Expansive and practical, Counseling Children and Adolescents fills a gap in counselor preparation programs and provides an important resource that can be used across specialty areas and coursework.
Family & Relationships

Helping Children and Young People who Self-harm

An Introduction to Self-harming and Suicidal Behaviours for Health Professionals

Author: Tim McDougall,Marie Armstrong,Gemma Trainor

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136953299

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 288

View: 8061

Every year thousands of children and young people attend emergency departments with problems resulting from self-harm. More still come to the attention of CAMHS teams, school nurses and other community-based services. Helping Children and Young People who Self-harm provides clear and practical guidance for health professionals and other members of the children’s workforce who are confronted by this complex and difficult area. Providing accessible evidence-based advice, this textbook looks at: what we mean by self-harm and its prevalence the legal background what works for young people who self-harm what children and young people think about self-harm assessment and interventions for self-harm prevention of self-harm service provision and care pathways. Essential for all those working with children and young people, this textbook contains a glossary of terms, practical strategies and case studies.
Medical

Essentials of Lewis's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Author: Fred R. Volkmar,Andrés Martin

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 1451154577

Category: Medical

Page: 432

View: 6903

This companion handbook to the Fourth Edition of the renowned Lewis's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry offers 26 chapters of essential information, distilled from the larger text. Essentials of Lewis's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry features clinically relevant information on commonly seen disorders and includes key clinical points in expository format, supported by bulleted lists and tables. The early chapters focus on history, theory, and research methods along with normal development of children from infancy through adolescence. Table listings of disorders and drugs used to treat them allow quick and authoritative reference.
Social Science

Integrating Health Promotion and Mental Health

An Introduction to Policies, Principles, and Practices

Author: Vikki L. Vandiver

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199721702

Category: Social Science

Page: 416

View: 5161

Mental health systems are in a crucial transition period, thanks to the increasing prominence of health promotion theory and a corresponding shift toward emphasizing wellness and empowerment, holistic and family-friendly design, and empirically supported treatment. Such changes demand adjustments to mental health education, and re-education, to maintain a common ground among students, specialists, and providers. The first book of its kind, Integrating Health Promotion and Mental Health presents a seamless framework for approaching contemporary mental health problems. In this informative and engaging text, healthcare expert Vikki L. Vandiver shows how mainstream mental health services can realistically begin to utilize health promotion principles. Vandiver begins by approaching the need for mental health reform based on stakeholder perspectives and providing an overview of the history and practice of health promotion, leading into a discussion of how health promotion practices can be incorporated into evidence-based mental health treatments, particularly those for women with co-morbid health and mental health conditions and children with mental health needs. Finally, Vandiver offers an articulate summary and critique that sheds light on how mental health administrators can incorporate health promotion concepts and practices in their organizations in a strategic, culturally competent manner. Driven by theory and the most recent data, Vandiver's writing is also eminently accessible; the pages are rich with conceptual diagrams, case examples, and testimonies from mental health consumers. Integrating Health Promotion and Mental Health will help specialists, researchers, and students alike in fields such as public health, nursing, social work, health psychology, psychiatric rehabilitation, and counseling to comprehend the basics of health promotion and how they can lead to new and more effective practice models.
Medical

Therapeutic Relationships with Offenders

An Introduction to the Psychodynamics of Forensic Mental Health Nursing

Author: Jenifer Clarke-Moore,Anne Aiyegbusi

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781846428906

Category: Medical

Page: 240

View: 745

Working in any area of mental health nursing presents complex issues regarding the nurse-patient relationship. For those working in prolonged clinical contact with offenders, relationships with patients and colleagues can be particularly emotionally intense and sometimes difficult to express. This book attempts to understand and articulate the emotional labour of forensic nursing and explores the challenge of establishing and maintaining therapeutic relationships with offenders. The first book to consider the emotional and relational component of forensic mental health nursing, the chapters cover a number of specialist forensic areas from this psychodynamic perspective, such as women's services, services for people with personality disorders, intensive care, high security psychiatric hospitals, medium secure units and services for adolescent offenders. A chapter on therapeutic communities is also included, along with chapters on challenging relational phenomena such as working with hate and the difficulties of managing difference when working in environments that produce high levels of anxiety. Therapeutic Relationships with Offenders provides essential information for mental health nurses working in the forensic field and will be of interest to any professionals working with challenging populations and people with personality disorders.
Medical

Introduction to Mental Health Nursing

Author: Nick Wrycraft

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 0335240801

Category: Medical

Page: 271

View: 7114

This engaging new textbook provides a student focused introduction to the main issues and themes in mental health nursing. the book requires no previous knowledge and the content has been carefully chosen to reflect the most significant aspects of this important and rewarding area of nursing.
Medical

Promoting Collaboration in Primary Mental Health Care

Author: Peter Nolan,Frances Badger

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 9780748758746

Category: Medical

Page: 280

View: 5290

This text describes the various models of collaborative care within primary mental health care. It illustrates the diversity of collaboration in the delivery of this care and shows how this collaboration has come about, how it exists today and how it might be best developed for the future. The book provides practical guidance for practitioners on how to break down barriers to collaboration and how to work most effectively with their colleagues within primary care. Each chapter is written by health care professionals from the primary care discipline under discussion.
Medical

Psychological Interventions in Mental Health Nursing

Author: Grahame Smith

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 0335244173

Category: Medical

Page: 195

View: 8151

This book fills the gap in the market for an introductory text on mental health nurses that explores the psychological interventions used with mental health patient groups.