Part I: Overview of Issues. 1. Psychotherapy with Children and Families: Historical Traditions and Current Trends; T.H. Ollendick, S.W. Russ. 2. Developmental Psychotherapy and Child Psychotherapy; S.L. Toth, D. Cicchetti. 3. Social and Contextual Issues in Interventions with Children and Families; K.A. Howard, et al. 4. Ethical and Legal Issues in the Treatment of Children and Families; W.A. Rae, C.J. Fournier. Part II: Basic Theoretical Approaches. 5. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; P. Fonagy. 6. Client-Centered Child and Family Therapy; N.L. Gaylin. 7. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy; A.L. Krain, P.C. Kendall. 8. Family Systems Therapy; W.C. Nichols. 9. Parent Training; R.J. McMahon. 10. Behavior Analysis; A. Hudson. 11. Psychopharmalogical Approaches; C.R. Ellis, N.N. Singh. Part III: Empirically Validated Applications of Theoretical Approaches to Specific Problems and Populations. 12. Brief Psychodynamic Therapy with Anxious Children; C.S. Warren, S.B. Messer. 13. Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents (IPT-A); L.A. Mufson, D. Moreau. 14. Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions with Socially Phobic Children; A.M. Albano, et al. 15. Treating Aggressive Children with Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy; R. DiGiuseppe, C.E. Li. 16. Family Therapy with Eating-Disordered Adolescents; A.L. Robin, P.T. Siegel. 17. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with Oppositional Children: Review and Clinical Strategies; A. Rayfield, et al. 18. Pharmacotherapy of Pediatric Anxiety Disorders; C. Kratochvil, et al. Part IV: Integrative Approaches. 19. Integrated Child Psychotherapy: Treatment Ingredients in Search of a Recipe; S.R. Shirk. 20. Cognitive-Behavioral Play Therapy; S.M. Knell. 21. Multisystemic Therapy: Changing the Social Ecologies of Youths Presenting Serious Clinical Problems and Their Families; J. Randall, S.W. Henggeler. 22. School-Based Interventions for Aggressive Children: Prime Time as a Case in Point; J.N. Hughes, T.A. Cavell. 23. Psychological Interventions for Children with Chronic Physical Illness and Their Families: Toward Integration of Research and Practice; D. Drotar. 24. Integrated Approaches to Acute Illness; K.L. Lemanek, A.D. Koontz. 25. An Ecological Perspective on Pathways of Risk, Vulnerability, and Adaptation: Implications for Preventive Interventions; R.D. Felner. 26. A Pragmatic Perspective toward Treating Children with Phobia and Anxiety Problems; W.K. Silverman, W.M. Kurtines. Part V: Research in Child Psychotherapy. 27. Child Therapy Outcome Research: Current Status and Some Future Priorities; J.A. Durlak, K.A. McGlinchey. 28. Child Psychotherapy Process Research: Suggestions for the New Millennium; R.L. Russell. 29. Epilogue; S.W. Russ, T.H. Ollendick. Author Index. Subject Index.
The aim of this book on psychotherapies with children and families is to present a comprehensive overview of the current array of intervention approaches in the child mental health field. There is a focus on the integration of theory, research, and practice throughout the book. The book proceeds from the more global pre sentations of basic theoretical approaches to applications of these approaches with specific problems and populations. It then presents more integrated intervention approaches and overviews of the research literature. One of the unique features of this book is its focus on future directions for each approach, both in clinical prac tice and in research. A second unique feature is its structured format across di verse approaches with a focus on empirical validation of approaches. Another innovation is the presentation of interventions that integrate major components of different theoretical approaches. Thus, the book reflects the current trends in the field of interventions with specific problems and populations, empirical valida tion of the approach, and the integration of treatment approaches. There are five major sections in this book. Part I consists of four chapters that address a variety of issues related to child psychotherapy. Chapter 1 by the editors examines the historical roots of child psychotherapy and explores current trends in the treatment of diverse child disorders. It emphasizes the movement to "treat ments that work" and sets the stage for the chapters that follow.
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