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Title Case studies in child, adolescent, and family treatment / [edited by] Craig Winston LeCroy, Janice M. Daley.
Imprint Belmont, CA : Thomson Brooks/Cole, c2005.

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 Main Stacks  RC488.5 .C374 2005    AVAILABLE
Description xv, 300 p. : charts ; 24 cm.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Family psychotherapy -- United States -- Case studies.
Child psychotherapy -- United States -- Case studies.
Adolescent psychotherapy -- United States -- Case studies.
Group psychotherapy -- United States -- Case studies.
Contents Case studies in common disorders of childhood and adolescence: Case study in childhood anxiety / C.A. Kearney and K. Drake; A child with ADHD / S. Bogas; Crisis intervention with a depressed African American adolescent / J.T. Gibbs; Emily, From "I'm nothing special" to "I don't need anorexia anymore" / M.S. O'Halloran -- Case studies in individual and family treatment: Solution-focused therapy with child behavior problems / J. Corcoran; Teach me your world, lessons in culture from a family in crisis / L. Bicknell-Hentges; Homebuilders, helping families stay together / N.W. Gladow and P.J. Pecora; Using theraplay to interrupt a three-generation pattern of inadequate parenting / P. Booth and D. O'Hara -- Case studies in group treatment: Social skills group for children / C. LeCroy; Evidence-Based approach to parent training / R. Magen; Empowering adolescent girls, the Go Grrrls Social Skills training program / C. LeCroy and J. Daley; Culturally grounded empowerment group for Mexican American girls / L.K. Holleran; Gay youth and safe spaces / N. Gustavsson and A. MacEachron -- Case studies in school-based treatment: Family arrives at school / M. Huxtable ... [et al.]; Expanding the practice of clinical work / J.N. Corbin; Implementation of the coping power prevention program for aggressive children and their families / J.E. Lochman, K.L. Salekin, and M.C. Kuhajda -- Case studies in child welfare: Helping families with reunification, returning a child to a less-than-perfect family / L. Bicknell-Hentges and J. Lynch; Nothing left to lose, growing up in foster care / D. Hunt -- Case studies in using practice evaluation: Creating useful behavioral measures of client progress and outcomes / K. Corcoran and M. Davis; Using multiple evaluation methods to assess client progress, a female adolescent with obsessive-compulsive disorder / D.J. Fischer, J.A. Himle, and B.A. Thyer; Power of conventional reasoning, buffer to antisocial behavior in adolescents / J. Arbuthnot and S. Arbuthnot; Using standardized measures to enhance psychosocial reports, a case example / C. Franklin, T. Linseisen, and L.C. Windsor; Evaluating the treatment of a sexually assaulted child / B.J. Blythe.
Summary "...this book [is] for all helping professions - counseling, psychology, social work, and family therapists - who work directly with children and adolescents.... The purpose of this book is to help students learn to integrate theory and practice by studying how practitioners have applied clinical principles to particular case situations in the real world.... There are six sections to this book: 1. Common disorders of childhood; 2. Individual and family treatment; 3. Group treatment; 4. School-based treatment; 5. Child welfare; 6. Using practice evaluation." -Pref.
Other Author LeCroy, Craig W.
Daley, Janice M.