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Prescriptions for Children with Psychological and Psychiatric Problems: A Consultant's Desk Reference, Fourth Edition
Bogacki, David F., Ralph F. Blanco, Michael Roberts, Basant Pradhan, Karim Sedky, Andres Pumariega
Charles C. Thomas, Publishers / Softcover / 2017-08-01 / 039809182X
Psychopharmacology / Child Psychiatry
price: $64.95
278 pages
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The first edition, Prescriptions for Children with Learning and Adjustment Problems, was published in 1972 (Blanco) and was created to fill a specific need of school and clinical psychologists, guidance counselors, social workers, school personnel, and graduate students in those fields. It became apparent to the author that there were insufficient references dealing with intervention techniques and treatment strategies for children with mental and physical problems. Since the third edition (1988), significantly enhanced by co-author, David F. Bogacki, Ph.D., approximately 30,000 copies of the book have been sold, mainly to school and clinical psychologists, counselors, special education personnel, and graduate students. Hundreds of notes and letters sent to the authors revealed the appreciation of readers. Many have requested an expanded edition to include a greater array of prescriptions for children who are disabled, with a focus on children in preschool and who are developmentally delayed; plus, ideas for professionals in private practice. Hence, this revised fourth edition, Prescriptions for Children with Psychological and Psychiatric Problems, follows almost thirty years after the third edition. During this time, considerable changes occurred in the field. The addition of three new chapters, along with inclusion of three new co-authors that are child and adolescent psychiatrists will enhance this new, invaluable edition. Experienced psychologists know that even the best prescriptive intervention will be ineffective if the teacher, parent or primary caregiver dealing with the child who is disabled is resistant to changes or too reluctant to help the child. This book will be welcomed by child and adolescent psychiatrists, pediatricians, child neurologists, and nurse practitioners working with children, along with other handbooks and desk references in the professionalís office today.

Table of Contents:

Preface
Chapter

1. USING THE CDR PROFESSIONALLY

2. YOUNG CHILDREN WITH DISABLITIES

3. NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS

4. AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR (CONDUCT DISORDER)

5. ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND OPPOSITIONAL DISORDER

6. ISOLATION, DOMINANCE, DEPENDENCE, AND SEXUAL IDENTITY (AVOIDANT DISORDER,
SCHIZOID DISORDER OF CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE, IDENTITY DISORDER)

7. AFFECTIVE DISORDER (ANXIETY DISORDERS OF CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE)

8. COGNITIVE DISORDER (ACADEMIC DISORDER UNDERACHIEVEMENT; LEARNING DISORDER; DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS IN READING, ARITHMETIC AND WRITING)

9. INTEGRATIVE, DISRUPTIVE AND OTHER PERSONALITY DISORDERS

10. COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT

11. SPECIFIC LEARNING DISORDERS (ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERS, DEVELOPMENTAL READING,
ARITHMETIC AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS)

12. LOW AVERAGE INTELLIGENCE (BORDERLINE INTELLECTUAL FUNCTIONING)

13. SENSORY HANDICAPPED AND BRAIN DAMAGED

14. SLEEP DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

15. TRAUMA AND PTSD IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

16. FORENSIC ISSUES FOR MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIANS

Biblography
Index
Author Biographies


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