Psychotherapy for Children with Bipolar and Depressive Disorders by Mary A. FristadPsychotherapy for Children with Bipolar and Depressive Disorders by Mary A. Fristad

Psychotherapy for Children with Bipolar and Depressive Disorders

byMary A. Fristad, Jill S. Goldberg Arnold, Jarrod M. Leffler

Paperback | May 16, 2011

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Packed with ready-to-use clinical tools, this book presents the first evidence-based psychosocial treatment for school-age children with bipolar disorder or depression. Leading clinician/researcher Mary Fristad and her colleagues show how to integrate psychoeducational strategies with cognitive-behavioral and family therapy techniques. They provide nuts-and-bolts information for implementing the approach with individual families or groups. Kids learn to identify and manage mood states while parents learn essential skills for problem solving, crisis management, improving family functioning, and collaborating with schools and mental health systems. In a large-size format with lay-flat binding for easy photocopying, the book features over 75 reproducible handouts and 20 children's game materials.
Mary A. Fristad, PhD, ABPP, is Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Human Nutrition at The Ohio State University. She is also Associate Chair for Academic Affairs in the Department of Psychiatry, as well as Director of Research and Psychological Services in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Fristad is board-certi...
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Title:Psychotherapy for Children with Bipolar and Depressive DisordersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:434 pages, 10.5 × 8 × 0.68 inPublished:May 16, 2011Publisher:Guilford PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1609182014

ISBN - 13:9781609182014

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Table of Contents

I. Mood Disorders in Children and How Psychoeducational Psychotherapy Helps1. The Challenge of Treating Children with Mood Disorders2. Current Scientific Knowledge about Childhood Mood Disorders3. Implementing Psychoeducational Psychotherapy4. The Complexities of Establishing a Mood Disorder DiagnosisII. Psychoeducational Psychotherapy Session by Session5. Discussing Mood Symptoms with Children6. Reviewing Symptoms and Disorders with Parents7. Teaching Children How to Separate Symptoms from Self and How Treatment Helps Symptoms8. Discussing Medication with Parents9. Discussing Healthy Habits with Children10. Teaching Parents about Systems: Mental Health and School Teams11. The Child's Tool Kit for Coping with Difficult Feelings12. Discussing Negative Family Cycles and Thinking, Feeling, Doing with Parents13. Thinking, Feeling, Doing with Children14. Problem-Solving and Basic Coping Skills for Parents15. Problem-Solving Skills for Children16. Addressing School Issues with the School Team17. The Communication Cycle and Nonverbal Communication Skills for Children18. Communication Skills for Parents19. Verbal Communication Skills for Children20. Planning for Symptom and Crisis Management with Parents21. Working with Siblings22. Wrapping Up with Parents and ChildrenIII. Child and Parent Handouts and Group Game MaterialsAppendix. Resources