||The science of psychotherapy with youth / Stephen Hupp, Fiona Macphee, & William Pelham -- Intellectual & adaptive functioning / Jessica F. Scherr, Elizabeth M. Kryszak, & James A. Mulick -- Autism spectrum / Elizabeth M. Kryszak, Jessica F. Scherr, & James A. Mulick -- Inattention & hyperactivity / Michael C. Meinzer, Christina M. Danko, Danielle R. Novick, John Vasko, & Andrea Chronis-Tuscano -- Learning / Mark Shriver -- Tics / Brianna Wellen & Michael B. Himle -- Psychosis / Sophie Browning, Anca Alba, Karen Bracegirdle, & Suzanne Jolley -- Bipolar spectrum / Sally Weinstein, Amy West, & Ashley Isaia -- Depression / Deepika Bose & Jeremy Pettit -- Anxiety / Sarah Francis, Susan Doyle, & Shannon Manley -- Obsessions & compulsions / Dean McKay & Katherine Kennedy -- Attachment & trauma / Monique LeBlanc, Megan Lilly, Whitney Rostad, & Brittany Babycos -- Feeding / Peter A. Girolami & John Borgen -- Eating / Emily Stefano, Brooke Bennett, Frances Bozsik, Danae Hudson, & Brooke Whisenhunt -- Toileting / Michael I. Axelrod -- Sleep / Bieke D. Puncochar & Sarah Morsbach Honaker -- Disruptive behavior & conduct / Ann F. Garland -- Substance use / Aaron Hogue, Molly Bobek, Tiffany John, Nicole Piazza, & Jacqueline Fisher -- Therapy relationships and relational elements / Stephen Shirk -- Closing the research to practice gap / Amy Altszuler, Stephen Hupp, & William Pelham.
||"Every day, millions of children experience serious mental health issues such as symptoms related to autism, psychosis, mania, depression, and anxiety. Moreover, many youth struggle with issues related to trauma, eating, sleep, disruptive behavior, and substance use. Most of these youth do not receive evidence-based treatments. Instead, they commonly receive untested, ineffective, and even harmful treatments. Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy presents the research-supported treatment packages and their individual components for every major mental health issue facing infants, children, and adolescents. Each chapter also identifies and analyzes other variables and resources that influence treatment: parents, assessment, comorbidity, demographics and medication. Useful resources are included for each mental health issued covered in the book. The chapters are organized in the same order as they appear in the DSM-5."--Back cover.