The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

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At the founding in 1896 of the first psychological clinic dedicated to children and adolescents, the study of the psychological treatment of young people lagged behind that of adults, and the basic psychopathology underlying mental disorders in this population was largely ignored. Since those early days, the field has evolved steadily and, in recent years, exponentially. The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology is a state-of-the-science volume providing comprehensive coverage of the psychological problems and disorders of childhood. International in scope and penned by the discipline's most eminent scientists and practitioners, the handbook begins with a section on conceptual and empirical issues, followed by exceptional content on specific psychiatric disorders such as intellectual disability, externalizing and internalizing disorders, communication disorders, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, personality disorders, and many more. The third section offers chapters on special problems in childhood and adolescence, including divorce, the incarceration of parents, suicide and non-suicidal self-injury, bullying, and medical illness. A fourth section covers delivery of clinical services in diverse settings, such as schools and prisons, and the handbook concludes with several chapters on emerging trends and future directions for the field. Conceptually rich and evidence-based, this handbook is an essential resource for students, practitioners, and researchers, providing a cutting-edge compendium of the latest theoretical and empirical developments by leaders of the discipline.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780190669768
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 11/13/2018
Series: Oxford Library of Psychology
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 960
File size: 11 MB
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About the Author

Thomas H. Ollendick is University Distinguished Professor and Director of the Child Study Center at Virginia Tech. He is Past-President of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy (1995), the Society of Clinical Psychology (1999), the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2007), and the Society for the Science of Clinical Psychology (2010). He was awarded the Career/Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies in 2013, and the Lifetime Achievement Award for Scientific Contributions from the Society of Clinical Psychology (APA) in 2017. His clinical and research interests range from the study of diverse forms of child psychopathology to the assessment, treatment, and prevention of these disorders from a social learning/social cognitive theory perspective. Susan W. White is Professor and Doddridge Saxon Chair in Clinical Psychology at the University of Alabama. Her clinical and research interests include development and evaluation of psychosocial treatments that target transdiagnostic processes underlying psychopathology, and most of her published work is in the area of neurodevelopmental disorders. She is the Editor of the ABCT Series on Implementation of Clinical Approaches and Associate Editor for the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Her research has been funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development as well as several foundations. Bradley A. White is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Alabama. He is Consulting Editor of the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology and serves on committees across several professional organizations including the Society of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology and for the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. He is interested in the development, impacts, and treatment of antisocial behavior across the lifespan and various settings, including community, clinical, and forensic contexts. His research addresses the role of dispositional and environmental factors in the development and maintenance of emotional, behavioral, and social functioning in children, adolescents, and young adults. He is particularly interested translating research to the reduction of antisociality and promotion of prosocial behavior, including improving the effectiveness and dissemination of evidence-based interventions for social and emotional dysfunction.

Table of Contents

I. Conceptual&Empirical Issues 1. A History of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Donald K. Routh 2. Developmental Psychology Jessica M. Dollar and Susan D. Calkins 3. Development and Psychopathology Elizabeth P. Hayden and C. Emily Durbin 4. Classification and Diagnosis of Psychopathology Peter Muris 5. Psychiatric Epidemiology: Concepts and Findings Kathleen Ries Merikangas and Rebecca Hommer 6. Assessment and Case Conceptualization Bryce D. McLeod, Julia R. Cox, Ruben G. Martinez, and Lillian M. Christon 7. Developmental Issues in Assessment and Treatment Andres De Los Reyes, Tara M. Augenstein, and Melanie F. Lipton 8. Research Methodology in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Jonathan S. Comer and Laura J. Bry 9. Emerging Ethical and Legal Issues in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Adam L. Fried and Celia B. Fisher 10. Psychosocial Treatments That Work for Ethnic Minority Youth Lindsay E. Holly, Ryan D. Stoll, Amy M. Rapp, Armando A. Pina, and Denise A. Chavira 11. Societal Costs of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Disorders Frances L. Lynch and John F. Dickerson II. Clinical Disorders: Assessment and Treatment 12. Intellectual Disabilities Johnny L. Matson and Paige E. Cervantes 13. Communication Disorders: Language Impairments Christine Dollaghan 14. Communication Disorders: Neurodevelopmental Considerations Julie Dockrell and Nelly Joye 15. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Steven W. Evans, Julie S. Owens, W. John Monopoli, and Kari Benson 16. Autism Spectrum Disorder Matthew D. Lerner, Tamara E. Rosen, Erin Kang, Cara M. Keifer, and Alan H. Gerber 17. Specific Learning Disorders Christopher J. Lonigan 18. Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders Kristen A. Woodberry, Emily Kline, and Anthony J. Giuliano 19. Bipolar and Related Disorders Sarah R. Black and Mary A. Fristad 20. Depressive Disorders Laura J. Dietz, Jennifer Silk, and Marlissa Amole 21. Anxiety Disorders Gerrit I. van Schalkwyk and Wendy K. Silverman 22. Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders Lara J. Farrell, Sharna L. Mathieu, and Cassie Lavell 23. Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders Kathleen Nader and Mary Beth Williams 24. Feeding and Eating Disorders Cristin Runfola and James Lock 25. Incontinence: A Biobehavioral Perspective Patrick C. Friman 26. Sleep-Wake Disorders Gabrielle Rigney, Jason Isaacs, Shelly Weiss, Sarah Shea, and Penny Corkum 27. Gender Dysphoria Thomas D. Steensma and Annelijn Wensing-Kruger 28. Disruptive and Conduct Disorders, Delinquency Eva R. Kimonis and Georgette E. Fleming 29. Tic Disorders Jennifer Alexander and Douglas W. Woods 30. Substance-related and Addictive Disorders Jacqueline Horan Fisher, Sara Becker, Molly Bobek, and Aaron Hogue 31. Personality Disorders Carla Sharp and Jared D. Michonski III. Special Problems in Childhood and Adolescence 32. Child Maltreatment Yo Jackson 33. Children of Divorce and Relationship Dissolution Sandra T. Azar, Megan C. Goslin, and Brandon J. Patallo 34. Children with Incarcerated Parents Julie Poehlmann-Tynan, Hilary Runion, Lindsay A. Weymouth, and Cynthia Burnson 35. Non-Suicidal Self-Injury among Youth Adam Bryant Miller, Maya Massing-Schaffer, Sarah Owens, and Mitchell J. Prinstein 36. Youth with Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior Cynthia Ewell Foster, Carlos E. Yeguez, and Cheryl A. King 37. Children Who Bully or Are Bullied Dorothy Espelage and Jun Sung Hong 38. Youth with Medical Conditions Ashley N. Marchante and Annette M. La Greca 39. Neurobehavioral Disorder Associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Lauren R. Doyle and Sarah N. Mattson IV. Clinical Practice in Diverse Settings 40. School Settings Melissa K. Holt, Jennifer Greif Green, Javier Guzman 41. Community Mental Health Settings as a Context for Evidence-Based Practice Lauren Krumholz Marchette, Kristel Thomassin, Jacqueline Hersh, Heather A. MacPherson, Lauren Santucci, and John R. Weisz 42. Outpatient Settings: The Collaborative Role of Psychiatry and Psychology Eve Khlyavich Freidl, Lauren J. Hoffman, and Anne Marie Albano 43. Inpatient Settings Anthony C. James 44. Forensic Settings and Juvenile Justice Carolina Herrera, Joanna Kubik, Meagan Docherty, and Paul Boxer 45. Suite Lessons for Private Practice Robert D. Friedberg and Micaela A. Thordarson V. Emerging Trends and Future Challenges 46. Neurobiological Mechanisms of Psychopathology and Treatment Action Theodore P. Beauchaine, Aimee Zisner, and Elizabeth Hayden 47. Electronic Communication, Telehealth, and Social Media Muniya S. Khanna Tommy Chou 48. Cognitive Training and Technology in the Treatment of Children and Adolescents Amit Lazarov, Adva Segal, and Yair Bar-Haim 49. Transdiagnostic Approaches with Children and Adolescents Andrea B. Temkin, Mina Yadegar, Christine J. Laurine, and Brian C. Chu 50. Pediatric Psychopharmacology: Commonly Used Medications with Children Lawrence Scahill and Jaimie Rojas 51. The New Frontier: Dissemination of Evidence-Based Treatments and Beyond Bruce F. Chorpita, Kimberly D. Becker, and Charmaine K. Higa-MacMillan

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