Cognitivebehaviour therapies for children and adolescents

Richard Harrington

Introduction Scientific .background

Cognitive, .processing

Self-regulation

Cognitive, ,d..e,v,e!opffie™!n., asocial, „context

Cognitive, „deficits

Conduct, .disorder, and, .aggression Attentiondeficitandhype^ractivity

Autism

Depressive disorder

Anxiety .disorder

Technique

Therapist., .stance

Assessment,...goal..settingI..a.nd... initial.. formulation

Education.. and. .engagement. ofthe ch ildand.. family Problem-solving

Ciore..ciognitiveM .techniques Core..behavioiural..technigues

Indications, .andcontraindications

Conduct., .disorders

Attentiondefjcilandhyperactivity

Depressive disorders

Anxiety .disorders

Pain

Contraindications

DeveJopmentaLstage

Severity..of ..disorder Social.context

Managing. treatment

Types..of .CBT, .programme

Involving.., parents

Combinatio,n..With„ .other, interventions

Ciommon..teichniic,al ..problems

Therapist, factors

Patientfactors

Parentfaclors

Efficacy

Conduct disorder

Attention.. de.ficit,and.. hyperactivity

Depression

Anxiety, .disorders

Summary

Training .and..disseminatio.n Chapter., References

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