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What Works for Whom?: A Critical Review of Treatments for Children and Adolescents 2ed

by Peter Fonagy, David Cottrell, Jeannette Phillips, Dickon Bevington, Danya Glaser and Elizabeth Allison Guilford Publications
Pub Date:
11/2015
ISBN:
9781462525928
Format:
Pbk 639 pages
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The standard reference in the field, this acclaimed work synthesizes findings from hundreds of carefully selected studies of mental health treatments for children and adolescents. Chapters on frequently encountered clinical problems systematically review the available data, identify gaps in what is known, and spell out recommendations for evidence-based practice. The authors draw on extensive clinical experience as well as research expertise. Showcasing the most effective psychosocial and pharmacological interventions for young patients, they also address challenges in translating research into real-world clinical practice.


 


New to This Edition:


 


*Incorporates over a decade of research advances and evolving models of evidence-based care.


*New chapter topic: child maltreatment.


*Separate chapters on self-injurious behaviour, eating disorders, and substance use disorders (previously covered in a single chapter on self-harming disorders).


*Expanded chapters on depression, anxiety, and conduct disorder.


*Includes reviews of the burgeoning range of manualized psychosocial "treatment packages" for children.

1. Introduction
2. Anxiety Disorders
3. Depressive Disorders
4. Disturbance of Conduct in Children under 11 Years of Age
5. Disturbance of Conduct in Adolescents
6. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
7. Tourette Syndrome
8. Psychotic Disorders
9. Pervasive Developmental Disorders
10. Self-Injurious Behavior
11. Eating Disorders
12. Substance Use Disorders
13. Children with Physical Symptoms
14. Specific Developmental Disorders
15. Child Maltreatment
16. Summary of Findings and Discussion
References
Index

“Valuable for everyday use as well as for a treatment reference….Each chapter is organized into sections with various evidence-based treatments, research findings, implications, and case-series studies. The chapter summaries detail all of the key components in an easy-to-read fashion so that anyone, including patients/parents/families, can understand….I would recommend it to anyone in the field as well as to parents/patients wanting to learn more about their illness.”
Peter Fonagy, OBE, FMedSci, FBA, PhD, is Head of the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology and Freud Memorial Professor of Psychoanalysis at University College London. He is also CEO of the Anna Freud Centre in London and a Senior Investigator of the British National Institute for Health Research. Professor Fonagy is the recipient of numerous prizes, awards, and other honors in the United Kingdom, the United States, and internationally. He has published 17 books, over 400 original papers, and nearly 250 book chapters.
 
David Cottrell, MA, MBBS, FRCPsych, is Foundation Chair in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Leeds and has extensive experience in the development, management, delivery, and evaluation of services for children in the Leeds community. His research interests are in the evaluation of psychological interventions and child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS). Professor Cottrell was coauthor of the U.K. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines on management of depression in children and young people (Clinical Guideline No. 28). He is principal investigator of a large multicenter randomized controlled trial of systemic family therapy following teenage self-harm and coinvestigator on a second large multicenter randomized controlled trial evaluating multisystemic treatment for teenagers at risk.
 
Jeannette Phillips, MBBS, MRCP(UK), MRCPsych, is a consultant psychiatrist (currently retired from clinical practice). She has served as Clinical Director for CAMHS for West Kent and Medway National Health Service (NHS) and Social Care Partnership Trust, and subsequently as Clinical Lead for CAMHS (South East Coast) at NHS England. Her professional interests include service design and delivery; the development of optimal clinical pathways; and training, consultation, and support to staff at the front line of all services, particularly schools and voluntary agencies.

Dickon Bevington, MA, MBBS, MRCPsych, is a consultant in child and adolescent psychiatry, Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, and a member of the Cambridgeshire Child and Adolescent Substance Use Service. He is also Medical Director of the Anna Freud Centre in London, where he is a developer of mentalization-based treatments. He has a special interest in developing and running services for young people who are multiply excluded and may be seen as “hard to reach” by conventional clinic-based services. He is a recipient of an Innovation Nation Award for his work in developing wiki-based treatment manuals.
 
Danya Glaser, MBBS, DCH, FRCPsych, is Visiting Professor at University College London and Honorary Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London. She was a member of the U.K. Family Justice Council for 6 years and chaired the Development Group for the NICE guidelines “When to Suspect Child Maltreatment” (Clinical Guideline No. 89). Dr. Glaser has taught, researched, and written widely on various aspects of child maltreatment, including sexual and emotional abuse, fabricated or induced illness, and the effects of child maltreatment on the developing brain. She is past president of the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect and chairs the Coram adoption panel in the United Kingdom.
 
Elizabeth Allison, DPhil, is a psychoanalyst and Deputy Director of the Psychoanalysis Unit at University College London.