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Published March, 2013
By Chris Perkins
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)

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Published March, 2013
By Kathy Fray
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)
Series: Parenting Tips
How to manage post natal depression, with practical coping strategies.Many women go through a period of 'baby blues' however, about 15-20 percent of new mothers find that during their normal postpartum adjustment they experience an episode of severe depression.This book explains what postnatal or postpartum depression is, how to recognise it and how to look after yourself and get help.The content is very practical, including information on pharmaceutical antidepressant medications, natural remedies, counselling and other helpful suggestions.Carefully researched, and explained with a light touch, this is a very helpful book for every woman with a new baby.

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Published November, 2012
By Brian Bailie
Publisher: Ingrams (eBookIt.com)

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Published November, 2012
By Brian Bailie
Publisher: Ingrams (eBookIt.com)

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Published October, 2012
By Jean Davison
Publisher: Ingrams (Accent Press)

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Published December, 2011
By Don Kerson
Publisher: BookMasters (Greenpoint Psychiatric Press)

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Published December, 2011
By Don Kerson
Publisher: BookMasters (Greenpoint Psychiatric Press)

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Published June, 2011
By Michelle Karpus
Publisher: Chipmunkapublishing (Chipmunkapublishing Ltd)

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Working With Parents Makes Therapy Work demonstrates the crucial role of parent work in child and adolescent therapy. The Novicks suggest that restoring the parent-child relationship contributes to long-lasting therapeutic change in children and adolescents. With a multitude of vivid clinical examples, the authors provide a practical guide to clinical techniques for integrating parent work with individual child and adolescent treatment. Working With Parents Makes Therapy Work demonstrates that parents and therapists can form a strong alliance to support the child's healthy development. Kerry and Jack Novick apply their revised models of the therapeutic alliance and two systems of self-regulation to help parents from evaluation to termination and beyond. The book covers a wide range of situations, for instance, work with fathers, addressing problems of divorce and diverse family structures, and many modes of communicating with parents. Family secrets and loyalty conflicts; what happens when parents are troubled; the importance of parents in the lives of teenagers-these are all discussed in detail. Privacy and secrecy are defined and differentiated to clarify the meaning and importance of genuine confidentiality.

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Given the vast amount of research related to behavioral assessment, it is difficult for clinicians to keep abreast of new developments. In recent years, there have been advances in assessment, case conceptualization, treatment planning, treatment strategies for specific disorders, and considerations of new ethical and legal issues. Keeping track of advances requires monitoring diverse resources limited to specific disorders, many of which give short shrift to child assessment, overlooking developmental considerations. Much of the existing literature is either theoretical/research in focus or clinical in nature. Nowhere are the various aspects of child behavioral assessment placed in a comprehensive research/clinical context, nor is there much integration as to conceptualization and treatment planning. The Clinician's Handbook of Child Behavioral Assessment was created to fill this gap, summarizing critical information for child behavioral assessment in a single source. The Clinician's Handbook of Child Behavioral Assessment provides a single source for understanding new developments in this field, cutting across strategies, techniques, and disorders. Assessment strategies are presented in context with the research behind those strategies, along with discussions of clinical utility, and how assessment and conceptualization fit in with treatment planning. The volume is organized in three sections, beginning with general issues, followed by evaluations of specific disorders and problems, and closing with special issues. To ensure cross chapter consistency in the coverage of disorders, these chapters are formatted to contain an introduction, assessment strategies, research basis, clinical utility, conceptualization and treatment planning, a case study, and summary. Special issue coverage includes child abuse assessment, classroom assessment, behavioral neuropsychology, academic skills problems, and ethical-legal issues. Suitable for beginning and established clinicians in practice, this handbook will provide a ready reference toward effective child behavioral assessment.

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