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Brain-Based Therapy with Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based Treatment for Everyday Practiceby John B. Arden
Synopses & Reviews
An insightful and practical guide that looks at the role neuroscience plays as it relates to the treatment of childhood and adolescent disorders
Written in an accessible way, Brain-Based Therapy with Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based Treatment for Everyday Practice shows clinicians how they can become more effective therapists by understanding and applying recent findings about the brain in their work with children and adolescents. The result is a new kind of therapy, one that takes into account both the uniqueness of each child or adolescent, as well as the requirements of standardized care as recommended by evidence-based practice—offering mental health professionals advice they can put into practice immediately.
Relying on research in developmental neurobiology, brain imaging, and evidence-based psychotherapeutic practices, the authors, experts in both neuroscience and evidence-based practice, cover:
Incorporating useful vignettes that illustrate how to include these new treatments into effective client care, Brain-Based Therapy with Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based Treatment for Everyday Practice explains the concept of brain-based therapy in a succinct and easy-to-grasp way, enabling therapists to make practical sense of neuroscience and how it can work within their daily practice.
Designed for mental health professionals treating children and adolescents, Brain-Based Therapy with Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based Treatment for Everyday Practice is a simple but powerful primer for understanding and successfully implementing the most critical elements of neuroscience into an evidence-based mental health practice. Written for counselors, social workers, psychologists, and graduate students, this new treatment approach focuses on the most common disorders facing children and adolescents, taking into account the uniqueness of each client, while preserving the requirements of standardized care under evidence-based practice.
About the Author
JOHN B. ARDEN, PhD, is the Director of Training for the Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers for the Northern California Region. In his capacity, he oversees the internships and postdoctoral psychology residencies in twenty-two medical centers. He is the author of nine other books.
LLOYD LINFORD, PhD, serves as Chair-man of Psychiatry and Chemical Depen-dency Best Practices for Kaiser Permanente's Northern California healthcare system, is a clinical psychologist at Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center, and is in private practice in Oakland, California.
Table of Contents
1 Changing and Staying the Same 1
2 Temperament and Neurodynamics 24
3 Attachment and Subjectivity 41
4 Rupture and Repair in Caregiving Relationships 59
5 Adolescence 83
6 Working from the BASE 100
7 Disorders of Attention and Self-Regulation 121
8 Anxiety in Children and Adolescents 143
9 Depression in Children and Adolescents 175
Appendix: Primer on the Brain 198
Author Index 280
Subject Index 283
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