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by Edward R. Christopherson and Susan Mortweet Vanscoyoc


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The book does not display any weaknesses

The book does not display any weaknesses. A section on neurosurgical anesthesia, written with the advice of Dr. Robert Smith, cannot be as complete as a book on the subject would be, but it covers the subject well and gives the inquisitive reader adequate reference to more elaborate material.

Even better, the treatments, although psychologically valid, have their basis in common sense. For example, a child can't succeed at toilet training until he/she is able to dress himself. Therefore, one of the first steps in toilet training is to teach the child how to pull his/her pants up and down. I'm embarrassed to admit it, but I hadn't thought of that before I read this book, and it makes a lot of sense.

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He has popularized treatments that work with children in more than 430 .

He has popularized treatments that work with children in more than 430 television and radio interviews and more than 320 print interviews. Dr. VanScoyoc received her doctorate in developmental and child psychology from the University of Kansas in 1996 and previously held a faculty appointment as associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Medicine. Among many books about childhood problems, this one stands out because it has great multidisciplinary appeal and commitment to a er model of professional training and practice. New England Psychologist.

This book helps busy clinicians and trainees make informed choices about which interventions have the best record of success with the childhood problem they are treating.

Edward R Christophersen; Dr Susan L Vanscoyoc. Susan L. VanScoyoc, Edward R. Christophersen. This book helps busy clinicians and trainees make informed choices about which interventions have the best record of success with the childhood mental health or medical problem they are treating.

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Comments: (7)

Wrathmaster
This is a classic for sure! I am a child therapist so eagerly bought it. However I was very disappointed that there was no chapter developed to Autism Spectrum Disorders. ASD spectrum disorders are mentioned in passing at one point. However, since almost half of my clients have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, I wished they would've included treatments for that population as well as modifications of other treatments for those on the spectrum. It's also very behavior orientated as well. I read it and will keep it on my shelf for reference, but not as helpful as I thought it would be.
Purestone
This book is a breath of fresh air for busy clinicians who need to know what behavioral interventions are scientifically researched and proven to manage such common childhood problems. The easy-to-read book covers not only disruptive behavior, anxiety and depression, and habit disorders, but also sleep disorders, bed wetting, treatment of pain, and adherence to medical regimens. I was very pleased to see Tourette's covered. This is particularly important when parents are seeking behavioral interventions, not long-term pharmacological dependence, to effect lasting change. Not to mention no undesired side effects. The handouts for parents, included in the book, can be adapted for clinicians' use, but do not replace the need for the clinician in the first place.
black coffe
This is a good book to let the clinician know which treatments have proved effective and even gives some protocol for some of them. Worth the read for anyone who works with children.
Anayajurus
This book gives a good outline of empirically supported therapies to use with children, but does not discuss methods or actual intervention techniques.
Anayanis
Good resource
Lbe
The second edition of Treatments That Work with Children not only offers the clinician a single reference for evidence based treatments of the most common pediatric behavioral concerns/problems, but also serves as a wonderful training tool for clinicians in training. Covered topics include disruptive behavior disorders, anxiety, depression, habit disorders and tics, sleep problems, encopresis, enuresis, pain management, medical nonadherence, and pill-swallowing. Additionally, and importantly, this edition includes discussion of the impact of changes in diagnostic criteria/classification as we move from the DSM-IV-TR to the DSM-5.
BlackHaze
Highly recommend for those clinicians who work with children who have severe problem behaviors.
Treatments that Work with Children: Empirically Supported Strategies for Managing Childhood Problems download epub
Medicine & Health Sciences
Author: Edward R. Christopherson and Susan Mortweet Vanscoyoc
ISBN: 1433813041
Category: Other
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA); Second edition (April 15, 2013)
Pages: 328 pages