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Unified Protocols for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Therapist Guide
Ehrenreich-May, Jill, Sarah M. Kennedy, Jamie A. Sherman, Emily L. Bilek, Brian A. Buzzella, Shannon M. Bennett, and David H.
Oxford University Press (TTW) / Softcover / 2018-01-01 / 0199340986
Empirically Based Therapy / Infant, Child & Adolescent
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456 pages
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Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is arguably the most effective psychotherapy model for children and adolescents with emotional disorders (e.g., anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders, trauma and stress-related disorders, etc.). Emotional disorders in youth frequently overlap or co-occur, and yet many of the existing, effective therapies available for children and adolescents with emotional disorders target just one or a smaller subset of these problems.

The Unified Protocols for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Children and Adolescents, based in groundbreaking research from Jill Ehrenreich-May, David H. Barlow, and colleagues, suggest that there may be a simpler and more efficient method of utilizing effective strategies, such as those commonly included in CBT, in a manner that addresses the broad array of emotional disorder symptoms in children and adolescents. The child and adolescent Unified Protocols do this by framing effective strategies in the general language of strong or intense emotions, more broadly, and by targeting change through a common lens that applies across emotional disorders. Specifically, the child and adolescent Unified Protocols help youth by allowing them to focus on a straightforward goal across emotional disorders: reducing intense negative emotion states by extinguishing the distress and anxiety these emotions produce through emotion-focused education, awareness techniques, cognitive strategies, problem-solving and an array of behavioral strategies, including a full-range of exposure and activation techniques. The Unified Protocol for children and adolescents comprises a Therapist Guide, as well as two Workbooks, one for children, and one for adolescents.

Table of Contents:

Introduction to the Unified Protocols for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Children (UP-C) and Adolescents (UP-A)

PART ONE: ADOLESCENTS (UP-A)

Chapter 1
Core Module 1: Building and Keeping Motivation

Chapter 2
Core Module 2: Getting to Know your Emotions and Behaviors

Chapter 3
Core Module 3: Introduction to Emotion-Focused Behavioral Experiments

Chapter 4
Core Module 4: Awareness of Physical Sensations

Chapter 5
Core Module 5: Being Flexible in Your Thinking

Chapter 6
Core Module 6: Awareness of Emotional Experiences

Chapter 7
Core Module 7: Situational Emotion Exposure

Chapter 8
Core Module 8: Reviewing Accomplishments and Looking Ahead

Chapter 9
Module P: Parenting the Emotional Adolescent

PART TWO: CHILDREN (UP-C)

Chapter 10
Introduction to the Unified Protocol for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Children (UP-C)

Chapter 11
UP-C Session 1: Introduction to the Unified Protocol for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Children
C Skill: Consider How I Feel

Chapter 12
UP-C Session 2: Getting to Know Your Emotions
C Skill: Consider How I Feel

Chapter 13
UP-C Session 3: Using Science Experiments to Change our Emotions and Behavior
C Skill: Consider How I Feel

Chapter 14
UP-C Session 4: Our Body Clues
C Skill: Consider How I Feel

Chapter 15
UP-C Session 5: Look at My Thoughts
L Skill: Look at My Thoughts

Chapter 16
UP-C Session 6: Use Detective Thinking
U Skill: Use Detective Thinking and Problem Solving

Chapter 17
UP-C Session 7: Problem Solving and Conflict Management
U Skill: Use Detective Thinking and Problem Solving

Chapter 18
UP-C Session 8: Awareness of Emotional Experiences
E Skill: Experience My Feelings

Chapter 19
UP-C Session 9: Introduction to Emotion Exposure
E Skill: Experience My Feelings

Chapter 20
UP-C Session 10: Facing Our Feelings-Part 1
E Skill: Experience My Feelings

Chapter 21
UP-C Sessions 11-14: Facing Our Feelings-Part 2
E Skill: Experience My Feelings

Chapter 22
UP-C Session 15: Wrap Up and Relapse Prevention
S Skill: Stay Healthy and Happy

PART THREE: VARIATIONS AND ADAPTATIONS

Chapter 23
UP Group and Individual Therapy Variations, Other Adaptations
Considerations for adapting UP-A and UP-C for use with different populations

About the Authors:

Jill Ehrenreich-May, PhD, is Associate Professor and Director of the Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Treatment (CAMAT) program in the Child Division of the Department of Psychology at the University of Miami.

Sarah M. Kennedy, PhD, is a postdoctoral fellow at Children's Hospital Colorado, where she provides clinical services and conducts research on transdiagnostic approaches to assessment and treatment of emotional disorders in youth.

Jamie A. Sherman, MS, is a doctoral candidate in the child clinical psychology program at the University of Miami.

Emily L. Bilek, PhD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan in the Department of Psychiatry.

Brian A. Buzzella, PhD, ABPP, is currently Director of the VA San Diego's Family Mental Health Program and H. S. Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California San Diego.

Shannon M. Bennett, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine, and is the Director of Psychology for the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

David H. Barlow, PhD, ABPP, is Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology Emeritus at Boston University and the Founder and Director of the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, Emeritus.

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