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Innovative Practice and Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Psychosocial Difficulties and Disabilities.

By: Hart, Angie.
Contributor(s): Kourkoutas, Elias.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015Description: 1 online resource (608 p.).ISBN: 9781443878739.Subject(s): Adolescent psychotherapy | Behavior disorders in children -- Treatment | Child psychotherapyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Innovative Practice and Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Psychosocial Difficulties and DisabilitiesDDC classification: 618.928914 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; ABOUT THE EDITORS; INTRODUCTION; PART A; RESILIENCE BASED INCLUSIVE MODELSOF STUDENTS WITH SOCIAL-EMOTIONALAND BEHAVIORAL DIFFICULTIESOR DISABILITIES; MEASURING FUNCTIONING AND DISABILITYIN CHILDREN WITH DISABILITY USING ICF-CYBIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL; THE HUMAN ELEMENT IN EDUCATION; FAMILY ADJUSTMENTWHEN FACING DISABILITY; FAMILIES WITH PLURIDISABLED CHILDREN; EMOTION REGULATIONAND INTERPERSONAL SCHEMATAIN DEPRESSED AND AGGRESSIVE YOUTH; PART B; SCHOOL-BASED INNOVATIVE PRACTICESFOR THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL, EMOTIONALAND LEARNING SKILLS IN PORTUGAL
COOPERATIVE LEARNINGIN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMSSOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING OF ADOLESCENTSWITHIN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT; EMOTIONAL AND DEPRESSIVE PROBLEMSIN SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN; PARENTAL AND BEST-FRIEND ACCEPTANCE,SELF-EFFICACY, AND SELF-ESTEEMIN ADHD STUDENTS; DEFINING, IDENTIFYING AND ASSESSINGSOCIAL AND PERSONAL SKILLSDIFFICULTIES OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIALEDUCATIONAL NEEDS; INCLUSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD; EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES; PART C; ART THERAPY WITH AD/HD CHILDREN; INDIVIDUAL-GROUP THERAPYIN SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILDRENWHO SUFFER FROM DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITYDISORDER
DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY GROUPSFOR CHILDREN WITH BEHAVIOURALDISORDERSUSING VISUAL ARTS BASED APPROACHESTO DEVELOP YOUNG PEOPLE'S RESILIENCE; A PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMEAS INTERVENTION TO REDUCE DESTRUCTIVEBEHAVIOUR; WORKING WITH ADOLESCENTVICTIMS/OFFENDERS IN THE GLOBALENVIRONMENT; PART D; INTERPERSONAL ACCEPTANCE-REJECTIONTHEORY AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS; INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR CHILDRENAND ADOLESCENTS WITH DISORDERS; PARENTING CHILDREN WITH ADHD
POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTAND THE DISSEMINATION OF THE BEHAVIORANALYTIC TECHNOLOGY IN THE FIELDOF PRACTICE FOR PERSONSWITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIESRAPID MOTOR IMITATIONANTECEDENT TREATMENT; USING BIBLIOTHERAPY TO PROMOTESTUDENTS' ADJUSTMENT TO SCHOOL
Summary: This book engages with a wide spectrum of questions and topics related to children's, adolescents' and families' difficulties, as well as to epistemological, meta-theoretical, taxonomical, and intervention issues. Particular emphasis is given throughout the book to discussing and suggesting various alternative methods and practices of promoting the potential and capacity of children, families, and schools to deal with various personal and contextual risks and adversities. Most of the contribu...
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; ABOUT THE EDITORS; INTRODUCTION; PART A; RESILIENCE BASED INCLUSIVE MODELSOF STUDENTS WITH SOCIAL-EMOTIONALAND BEHAVIORAL DIFFICULTIESOR DISABILITIES; MEASURING FUNCTIONING AND DISABILITYIN CHILDREN WITH DISABILITY USING ICF-CYBIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL; THE HUMAN ELEMENT IN EDUCATION; FAMILY ADJUSTMENTWHEN FACING DISABILITY; FAMILIES WITH PLURIDISABLED CHILDREN; EMOTION REGULATIONAND INTERPERSONAL SCHEMATAIN DEPRESSED AND AGGRESSIVE YOUTH; PART B; SCHOOL-BASED INNOVATIVE PRACTICESFOR THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL, EMOTIONALAND LEARNING SKILLS IN PORTUGAL

COOPERATIVE LEARNINGIN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMSSOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING OF ADOLESCENTSWITHIN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT; EMOTIONAL AND DEPRESSIVE PROBLEMSIN SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN; PARENTAL AND BEST-FRIEND ACCEPTANCE,SELF-EFFICACY, AND SELF-ESTEEMIN ADHD STUDENTS; DEFINING, IDENTIFYING AND ASSESSINGSOCIAL AND PERSONAL SKILLSDIFFICULTIES OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIALEDUCATIONAL NEEDS; INCLUSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD; EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES; PART C; ART THERAPY WITH AD/HD CHILDREN; INDIVIDUAL-GROUP THERAPYIN SEXUALLY ABUSED CHILDRENWHO SUFFER FROM DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITYDISORDER

DANCE MOVEMENT THERAPY GROUPSFOR CHILDREN WITH BEHAVIOURALDISORDERSUSING VISUAL ARTS BASED APPROACHESTO DEVELOP YOUNG PEOPLE'S RESILIENCE; A PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMEAS INTERVENTION TO REDUCE DESTRUCTIVEBEHAVIOUR; WORKING WITH ADOLESCENTVICTIMS/OFFENDERS IN THE GLOBALENVIRONMENT; PART D; INTERPERSONAL ACCEPTANCE-REJECTIONTHEORY AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS; INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR CHILDRENAND ADOLESCENTS WITH DISORDERS; PARENTING CHILDREN WITH ADHD

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTAND THE DISSEMINATION OF THE BEHAVIORANALYTIC TECHNOLOGY IN THE FIELDOF PRACTICE FOR PERSONSWITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIESRAPID MOTOR IMITATIONANTECEDENT TREATMENT; USING BIBLIOTHERAPY TO PROMOTESTUDENTS' ADJUSTMENT TO SCHOOL

This book engages with a wide spectrum of questions and topics related to children's, adolescents' and families' difficulties, as well as to epistemological, meta-theoretical, taxonomical, and intervention issues. Particular emphasis is given throughout the book to discussing and suggesting various alternative methods and practices of promoting the potential and capacity of children, families, and schools to deal with various personal and contextual risks and adversities. Most of the contribu...

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