Psychological Treatments Techniques

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. The  first year of life
  3. Year two
  4. Preschool years (2–5 years)
  5. Common problems in early childhood
  6. Middle childhood
  7. Common problems in middle childhood.
  8. Adolescence
  9. Common problems in later childhood and early adolescence
  10. Developmental psychopathology
  11. Classification of psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents
  12. Table  22.1 Classification of childhood psychiatric disorders
  13. Epidemiology
  14. Table  22.2 Comparative frequency of psychiatric disorders in males and  females
  15. Follow-up studies
  16. Aetiology
  17. Genetic factors
  18. Temperament and individual differences
  19. Brain disorder
  20. Maturational changes and delayed effects
  21. Lateralized damage and psychopathology
  22. The  consequences of head injury in childhood
  23. Epilepsy as a cause of childhood psychiatric disorder
  24. Environmental factors The  effect of life events
  25. Family influences
  26. Social and cultural factors
  27. Effects of neighbourhood
  28. Effects of school
  29. Psychiatric assessment of children and their families
  30. Interviewing the parents
  31. Interviewing and observing the  child
  32. Interviewing the  family
  33. Psychological assessment
  34. Other information
  35. Table  22.3 Notes on some psychological measures in use with   children
  36. Ending the assessment
  37. Formulation
  38. Court reports
  39. Children as witnesses
  40. Psychiatric treatment for children and their families
  41. The role of the primary care  team
  42. The  psychiatric team
  43. Medication
  44. Psychological treatment
  45. Cognitive–behaviour therapy
  46. Psychodynamic therapies
  47. Parent training
  48. Family therapy
  49. Social work
  50. Occupational therapy
  51. Special education
  52. Substitute care Residential care
  53. Fostering
  54. Inpatient and day-patient care
  55. Intensive home-based care and outreach services
  56. Review of syndromes
  57. Problems of preschool children and their families
  58. Prevalence
  59. Some common problems of preschool  children
  60. Assessment and treatment of the problems of preschool  children
  61. Prognosis
  62. Specific developmental disorders
  63. Specific reading disorder (dyslexia)
  64. Clinical features
  65. Table  22.4 Specific disorders of psychological  development
  66. Aetiology
  67. Assessment and treatment
  68. Prognosis
  69. Mathematics disorder (specific arithmetic disorder)
  70. Communication disorders (developmental disorders of speech and   language)
  71. Motor skills disorder
  72. Pervasive  developmental disorders
  73. Childhood autism (autistic disorder)
  74. Table  22.5 Pervasive  developmental disorders
  75. Rett’s disorder
  76. Childhood disintegrative disorder
  77. Asperger’s syndrome
  78. Atypical autism, and pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise  specified
  79. Hyperkinetic disorder
  80. Clinical features
  81. Diagnostic criteria
  82. Epidemiology
  83. Aetiology
  84. Prognosis
  85. Treatment
  86. Conduct disorders
  87. Clinical features
  88. Classification
  89. Prevalence
  90. Aetiology
  91. Prognosis
  92. Treatment
  93. Juvenile delinquency
  94. Causes
  95. Assessment
  96. Table  22.6 Assessment of young offenders*
  97. Violence among adolescents
  98. Management
  99. Anxiety disorders
  100. Prevalence
  101. Anxiety at different ages
  102. Table  22.7 Anxiety disorders in childhood
  103. Phobic anxiety disorder
  104. Social anxiety disorder of childhood
  105. Sibling rivalry disorder
  106. Post-traumatic stress disorder
  107. Obsessive–compulsive disorder
  108. Somatoform disorders and other unexplained physical  symptoms
  109. Chronic fatigue syndrome
  110. Recurrent abdominal pain
  111. Conversion disorders
  112. Mood disorders
  113. Clinical picture
  114. Epidemiology
  115. Aetiology
  116. Prognosis
  117. Treatment
  118. Suicide in childhood
  119. School refusal
  120. Prevalence
  121. Clinical picture
  122. Aetiology
  123. Prognosis
  124. Treatment
  125. Other childhood psychiatric disorders Functional enuresis
  126. Faecal soiling
  127. Selective mutism
  128. Stammering
  129. Tic disorders
  130. Dementia
  131. Schizophrenia
  132. Gender identity disorders Effeminacy in boys
  133. Tomboyishness in girls
  134. Suicide and deliberate self-harm
  135. Psychiatric aspects of physical illness in  childhood
  136. The  consequences of childhood physical illness
  137. Children in hospital
  138. Psychiatric problems of adolescence
  139. Psychological changes in  adolescence
  140. Epidemiology of psychiatric disorder in  adolescence
  141. Clinical features of psychiatric disorders of  adolescence
  142. Assessment of adolescents
  143. Treatment of adolescents
  144. Services for adolescents
  145. Child abuse
  146. Physical abuse (non-accidental injury)
  147. Table  22.8 Risk  factors for child abuse
  148. Emotional abuse
  149. Child neglect
  150. Non-organic failure to thrive and deprivation  dwarfism
  151. Factitious disorder by proxy
  152. Sexual abuse
  153. Ethical and legal problems in child and adolescent psychiatry
  154. Conflicts of interest
  155. Confidentiality
  156. Consent
  157. Further reading
  158. Appendix: History taking and examination in child psychiatry
  159. (c) Relationship with parents and siblings. Affection, compliance.
  160. (i) Educational attainments, attitude to school attendance.
  161. (a) Parents. Ages, occupations. Current physical and emotional state. History of physical o
  162. (a) Quality of parental relationship. Mutual affection. Capacity to communicate about and r
  163. (f) Past illnesses and injuries. Hospitalizations.
  164. (a) Appearance. Signs of dysmorphism. Nutritional state. Evidence of neglect, bruising, etc

 

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