Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Clinical Assessment and Intervention Planning by Joseph D. NoshpitzHandbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Clinical Assessment and Intervention Planning by Joseph D. Noshpitz

Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Clinical Assessment and Intervention Planning

EditorJoseph D. Noshpitz, Saul Isaac Harrison, Spencer Eth

Hardcover | February 13, 1998

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This volume contains information on assessing, diagnosing and treatment planning for the range of psychiatric and psychologic problems children and adolescents may experience during their development. It includes in-depth coverage of these issues and also includes "decision trees" for some topics, which are brief flowcharts for practitioners to follow when assessing patients for suspected problems.
Title:Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Clinical Assessment and Intervention PlanningFormat:HardcoverDimensions:848 pages, 11.25 × 8.8 × 2 inPublished:February 13, 1998Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471193305

ISBN - 13:9780471193302

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Table of Contents

CLINICAL ASSESSMENT.

Types and Goals of Clinical Assessment (M. Dulcan).

Classification Systems and Nosology (T. Achenbach).

Vulnerabilities, Risk Factors, Protective Factors, and Resilience (N. Grant).

Communicating with Children (J. Demb & S. Harrison).

Communicating with Adolescents (R. Hendren & B. Sarvet).

Engaging Parents in Clinical Processes (S. Brown).

Clinical Use of Interpreters (W. Arroyo).

Experimental Concepts in Clinical Assessment (K. Wells).

The Ethics of Consent and Confidentiality in Clinical Practice (G. Leong & S. Eth).

DECISION TREES FOR A SAMPLING OF PRESENTING PROBLEMS.

Disruptive Behavior (P. Tolan & M. Kruesi).

Shyness and Fearfulness (R. Mattison).

Unhappiness (J. Bemporad & S. Gabel).

Difficulty with Academic Performance (L. Silver & R. Ostrander).

Sleep Difficulty (M. Naylor).

Appetite Disturbances: Anorexia and Hyperphagia (H. Steiner).

Substance Abuse (S. Jaffe & J. Gould).

Suicidal Behavior (C. Pfeffer).

Bizarre, Odd, and Eccentric Behavior (P. Tanguay).

Enuresis (G. Fritz & R. Rockney).

Encopresis (R. Rockney & O. Hagino).

School Refusal (R. Klein).

Lying (E. Bleiberg & S. Atkinson).

Stealing (E. Bleiberg & S. Atkinson).

Temper Tantrums (S. Brown & H. Reid).

Speech and Language Disorders (L. Zukerman & D. Cantwell).

Language Delay (J. Fischel & G. Whitehurst).

Accident-Proneness (M. Sokol & N. Gray).

No Friends (A. Clarkin).

Runaway Behavior (J. Sargent).

Involuntary Movements (B. Peterson).

INITIATING ASSESSMENT.

The Initial Encounter (R. King).

Assessment of Dangerousness (J. Jankowski).

CLINICAL HISTORY.

Psychiatric History (M. Dulcan).

Genetic, Prenatal, and Delivery History (L. Lotspeich).

Neonatal and Infancy History (K. Minde).

Preschool History (K. Minde).

History of School-Age Children (R. King).

Puberty and Adolescence (C. Sylvester & S. Weissman).

Temperament and Personality (R. Seifer).

Speech, Language, and Communication (C. Baltaxe).

Health History (H. Steiner).

Nutrition Assessment (P. Novak & M. Baer).

Assessment of Gender and Sexual Development in Children (S. Coates & S. Wolfe.

Assessment of Sexual and Gender Development in Adolescents (S. Bradley).

Assessment of Conscience Development (C. Keith).

Assessment of Cognitive Processes (D. Siegel).

Social Communication (P. Tanguay).

Family History (A. Josephson & F. Moncher).

Peer and Adult Relationships (A. Clarkin).

Socioeconomic Factors (E. Messinger).

Legal Factors (D. Cornell).

Cultural and Religious Issues (P. Muehrer).

Occupational Assessment (S. Haiman & S. Greene).

Vocational Assessment (E. Lang).

Educational Issues (R. Ostrander & L. Silver).

Trauma History (L. Terr).

Disabilities History (H. Sachs).

CLINICAL OBSERVATION.

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Parent(s) (L. Arnold & P. Jensen).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Infants and Preschool Children (K. Minde).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): School-Aged Children (R. King).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Puberty, Adolescents, and Young Adults (S. Weissman & C. Sylvester).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Family Unit and Subunits (A. Josephson & F. Moncher).

The Home Visit (E. Messinger).

The School Visit (M. Gordon).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Unwilling or Resistant (M. Blotcky).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (ODM): Culturally Different from Clincian (S. Silverman & J. McDermott).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Possibly Abused (S. Kaplan).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Possibly Substance Abusing (J. Gould & S. Jaffe).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Slow Learning (L. Silver & R. Ostrander).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Physically ILL (L. Cahen & M. Jellinek).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Traumatized (L. Terr).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Violent (E. Pittel).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Disabled (H. Sachs).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Competence to Testify (K. Saywitz).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Competence for Independent Decision Making (P. Ash, et al.).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Pregnant Adolescent and Teen Parent (L. Ware).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Adopted (A. Sorosky & B. Sorosky).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Single-Parent Homes (J. Larrieu & C. Zeanah).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Divorce (N. Kalter).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Homosexual (R. Pleak & D. Anderson).

Observation, Interview, and Mental Status Assessment (OIM): Cult Involvement (L. West).

Physical Examination (J. McConville & B. McConville).

Neurological Examination (J. Bregman).

Behavioral Assessment (D. Goldston & K. Kirkhart).

Psychodynamic Assessment (D. Berland).

Rating Scales (J. Goldman & J. Rodrigue).

Psychological Testing (J. Rodrigue & J. Goldman).

Structured Interviews (J. Young, et al.).

Laboratory Testing (J. Levitt & J. McCracken).

Genetic Studies (L. Lotspeich).

Speech, Language, and Hearing (C. Baltaxe).

Brian Imaging (M. Ernst & L. Hertz-Pannier).

Electrophysicological Studies (S. Pliszka).

Computers and Assessment (M. Huang & N. Alessi).

CONCLUDING THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS.

Clincial Formulation (B. Nurcombe).

Clinical Decision Making (B. Nurcombe).

Intervention Strategy Planning (B. Nurcombe).

Interpretive Interview with Children and Adolescents and their Parent(s) (L. Arnold & P. Jensen).

Report Preparation (B. Nurcombe).

Epilogue: The Paths to the Bright Future of Clinical Child/Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) (S. Harrison).

Indexes.