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OCD in Children and Adolescents: A Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Manualby John S. March
Synopses & Reviews
This ideal clinical resource takes readers session-by-session through a cognitive-behavioral treatment approach to pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder. Appendices provide helpful assessment forms and patient hand-outs that can be photocopied for clinical use.
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Clinicians at the Duke University Medical Center offer a treatment program for young people with obsessive-compulsive disorder. It has been shown effective in eliminating or alleviating symptoms in children across a wide range of ages and aptitudes. They provide a session-by-session guide to assessment, treatment planning, and skills-based intervention and include a section on overcoming common therapeutic roadblocks.
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This practical manual presents a cognitive-behavioral treatment program that has been proven effective in eliminating or alleviating OCD symptoms in children across a broad range of ages and aptitudes. Building upon and expanding their internationally acclaimed HOW I RAN OCD OFF MY LAND, the authors provide an empirically grounded guide to assessment, treatment planning, and skills-based intervention. Clinicians are taken through the four stages of treatment--psychoeducation, cognitive training, mapping OCD, and graded exposure and response prevention--in 13 to 20 clearly structured treatment sessions. The book is enriched by sample dialogues, "clinical pearls" drawn from the authors' own experience, and appendices featuring reproducible rating scales, patient handouts, and tips and resources for parents.
PHOTOCOPY RIGHTS: The publisher grants to individual purchasers nonassignable permission to reproduce handouts and forms in this book for clinical use with their clients. For details and limitations, see copyright page.
This practical manual presents a cognitive-behavioural treatment program that has been proven effective in eliminating or alleviating OCD symptoms in children across a broad range of ages and aptitudes.
About the Author
John S. March, MD, MPH, is Director of the Program in Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders at Duke University Medical Center. An expert in both the cognitive-behavioral and medication management of OCD in children and adolescents, Dr. March received the 1994 Norbert and Charlotte Reiger Award from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for his work on the integrated treatment of OCD. Dr. March is widely published in the areas of OCD, PTSD and pediatric psychopharmacology. His textbook, Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents, is generally considered the standard work in the area. With Dr. Edna Foa, Dr. March is currently conducting a comparative study of medication, CBT and their combination in pediatric OCD funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health.
Karen Mulle, BSN, MTS, MSW, is the chief therapist in the Program in Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders at Duke University Medical Center.
Table of Contents
1. Review of Pediatric OCD
2. Assessing OCD
3. Overview of Treatment
II. Session-by-Session Treatment Program
4. Session 1: Establishing a Neurobehavioral Framework
5. Session 2: Introducing the "Tool Kit"
6. Session 3: Mapping OCD
7. Session 4: Completing the Tool Kit
8. Session 5: Putting E/RP into Action
9. Session 6: E/RP Continues
10. Session 7: Family Session
11. Sessions 8-11: Moving Up the Stimulus Hierarchy
12. Session 12: Family Session II
13. Sessions 13-18: Completing E/RP
14. Session 19: Relapse Prevention
15. Session 20: Graduation
16. Session 21: Booster Session
18. Special Wrinkles: Supplemental Treatment Interventions
19. Working with Families
20. Working with Schools (with Gail Adams)
Appendix I: Handouts and Figures
* Your CBT Program * Map Figure * Fear Thermometer * Symptom List (Stimulus Hierarchy) * Homework Sheet
Appendix II: Assessment Instruments
* Leyton Obsessional Inventory * Yale-Brown Obsessive-Compulsive Scale * NIMH Global Obsessive-Compulsive Scale * Clinical Global Impairment Scale * Clinical Global Improvement Scale
Appendix III: Resources, Tips, and Guidelines for Parents
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