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by Peter Fonagy,Mary Target,David Cottrell,Jeannette Phillips,Zarrina Kurtz,Arabella Kurtz,Kathy Leach,Elizabeth Allison

eBook What Works for Whom?, First Edition: A Critical Review of Treatments for Children and Adolescents download ISBN: 1593851669
Author: Peter Fonagy,Mary Target,David Cottrell,Jeannette Phillips,Zarrina Kurtz,Arabella Kurtz,Kathy Leach,Elizabeth Allison
Publisher: The Guilford Press; First edition (January 24, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 525
ePub: 1971 kb
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Category: Medics
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It is a pleasure to read this book

It is a pleasure to read this book. It can also serve as a quick reference book.

Zarrina Kurtz, MB, BS, MSc FRCP, FRCPCH, FFPHM, is an independent consultant in public health and health policy. It is also an excellent resource for writing lectures. In recent years, she has focused on the development and implementation of policy and service evaluation in child and adolescent mental health. Practicing clinicians should find it invaluable.

Authors: Peter Fonagy Mary Target David Cottrell Jeannette Phillips. This comprehensive book evaluates the evidence for the full range of widely used child and adolescent mental health treatments, providing vital knowledge to inform clinical decision making. more Zarrina Kurtz Elizabeth Allison Arabella Kurtz Kathy Leach.

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Fonagy, Peter, Target, Mary, Cottrell, David, Phillips, Jeanette, and Kurtz, Zarrina. Roth, . & Fonagy, P. (1996). New York: Guilford Press. New York: Guilford Press, 2002, 525 pp. Authors. Authors and affiliations. Achenbach, T. M. (1983; 1991). Child behavior checklist for ages 4–18. Burlington, VT: University of Vermont. Carr, A. (E. (2000).

This comprehensive book evaluates the evidence for the full range of widely used child and adolescent mental health treatments, providing vital knowledge to inform clinical decision making.

Fonagy, Peter, 1952-; Kurtz, Arabella; David Cottrell; Jeannette Phillips; Zarrina Kurtz.

MRCPsych, Danya Glaser MB BS DCH FRCPsych, Elizabeth Allison English ISBN . of mental health treatments for children and adolescents. James W. Drisko. Published: 1 January 2003. by Springer Science and Business Media LLC. in Clinical Social Work Journal. Clinical Social Work Journal, Volume 31, pp 443-444; doi:10. 1023/a:1026068613595.

This comprehensive book evaluates the evidence for the full range of widely used child and adolescent mental health treatments, providing vital knowledge to inform clinical decision making. Organized around major presenting problems, the book synthesizes findings from hundreds of carefully selected studies on both psychosocial and pharmacological approaches. Each chapter introduces the clinical problem at hand, systematically reviews the available outcome research, and spells out recommendations for evidence-based practice. Written by experienced researchers and practitioners, the volume emphasizes the importance of tailoring all interventions to the needs of the individual child.
Comments: (7)
The Sphinx of Driz
This book is scholarly but quite readable, so much so that an intelligent consumer of potential psychotherapy services would do well to read this book. There are chapters on depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, PTSD, eating disorders, schizophrenia, personality disorders, substance abuse, sexual disfunction, child and adolescent disorders, etc.
Unlike many books that advocate for a particular school of thought, "What works for whom?" is fair, scientific and useful. As a psychotherapist and a researcher, I consider it required reading for anyone who wants to understand the research behind many of the grandiose claims of symptom focused short term treatments.
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The book is good and the price is reasonable, just the delivery... it takes 2 months for me to receive it... and I didn't need it anymore since half the semester has passed...
Gelgen
The second edition of What Works for Whom has been very useful to me in lecture preparation. (I teach psychiatric nursing.) However, the content is now becoming outdated. Will there be a third edition? If so, when?
Kanal
I didn't expect a second hand book to be in such good condition. Great book for lots of data and facts of psychotherapy in reality.
Ballardana
Interesting and factual
Zinnthi
This book would lend itself well to a research oriented graduate course on clinical psychology and treatment. It is also an excellent resource for writing lectures. Practicing clinicians should find it invaluable. It is concise and synthesizes an extensive body of research well (with appropriate and useful references). Selling points include specifics on clinical description, prevalence, co-morbidity, and history for each disorder covered. Reviews (and summaries) of treatment efficacy are excellent. -W. Born
Wizard
A great resource for therapists. Compilation of Family therapy research. Useful reference.