3rd Edition

Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Theory and Practice



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ISBN 9780367537395
May 13, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
576 Pages 22 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This textbook provides an overview of child and adolescent mental health. The text covers all core aspects on the subject, from the importance of knowing why mental health in children is important, to how to assess, formulate and treat a variety of presentations seen in children and young people.

Beginning with an overview of conditions and the background to emotional and behavioral problems, the book examines the different models and tools used to assess and treat children and young people and provides an outline of the practitioners working to help this population. Chapters consider the many diverse identities and groups within the population, addressing specific problems encountered in children, young people and their families from different cultural backgrounds. This revised edition addresses issues of current public debate such as gender identity and the role of social media in children and young people’s development and behavior.

Featuring authors from a variety of clinical and research backgrounds, this fully-revised third edition is an important resource for all professionals working with children, young people, and their families, including student and practitioner psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, mental health nurses and social care specialists.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

Foreword

ONE: AN INTRODUCTION TO CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH

1. A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CAMHS) TO THE PRESENT DAY, Christopher Gale and Margaret Thompson

2. CONCEPTUAL BASIS OF MENTAL HEALTH IN PRACTICE, Carlos Hoyos

3. MEDICO-LEGAL FRAMEWORKS IN MAKING TREATMENT DECISIONS WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Suyog Dhakras

4. SAFEGUARDING WITHIN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, Siobhan West

5. POLICY AND PRACTICE IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH, Pathiba Chitsabesan and Bernidka Dubicka

6. COMMISSIONING SERVICES, Stephanie Ramsey

TWO: THE PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE INTRODUCTION TO SECTION TWO, Margaret Thompson

7. ATTACHMENT THEORY, Christopher Gale

8. PIAGET’S STAGES OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT AND ERIKSON’S STAGES OF PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, Margaret Thompson

9. EMOTION PROCESSING IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, Georgia Chronaki

10. EMOTIONAL LITERACY IN THE EDUCATION CONTEXT, Helena Hoyos

11. ASSESSING PAEDIATRIC DEVELOPMENT IN PSYCHIATRY, Catherine Thompson

12. GENETICS, Joanne Doherty and Anita Thapar

13. COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Anastasia Sedikides

14. MENTAL HEALTH & BEHAVIOURAL ISSUES IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH A LEARNING DISABILITY, Chris Hardie, Chantal Holman, Becky Sparks and Catherine Thompson

15. SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DISORDERS, Janet Stephens

16. FEEDING/EATING PROBLEMS IN YOUNG CHILDREN, Liz McCaughey, Sue Evans and Margaret Thompson

17. CONSTIPATION AND SOILING, Melissa Bracewell (updated by Margaret Thompson)

18. ENURESIS, Melissa Bracewell (updated by Margaret Thompson)

19. BEHAVIOURAL SLEEP PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS, Catherine Hill

20. EPILEPSY, Salvatore Rototendo and Margaret Thompson

21. CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS AND MENTAL WELL-BEING IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Julie Waine (updated by Christopher Gale)

22. SEXUAL ORIENTATION, Charlotte Young (updated by Christopher Gale)

23. GENDER DYSPHORIA IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Hannah Stynes, Martin McColl, Eilis Kennedy

24. CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN WORKING WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILIES, Karen Davies (updated by Christopher Gale)

25. YOUNG CARERS, Charlotte Pyatt (updated by Christopher Gale)

26. YOUNG CARERS FROM BLACK ASIAN MINORITY ETHNIC (BAME) COMMUNITIES, Julia Pelle

THREE: TRAUMA

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION THREE, Christopher Gale

27. MANAGING GRIEF, LOSS AND BEREAVEMENT, Sue Ricketts

28. DEVELOPMENTAL TRAUMA, Val Forster

29. THE EFFECT OF CHILDHOOD MALTREATMENT ON BRAIN DEVELOPMENT, Dennis Golm & Jana Kreppner

30. ASYLUM SEEKERS, REFUGEES AND HOMELESS YOUNG PEOPLE, Pam Campbell, Ann Spooner & Sarah Gale

31. POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD), Alex Christie

FOUR: THE ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION FOUR, Cathy Laver-Bradbury

32. MAKING SENSE OF BEHAVIOUR, Carlos Hoyos

33. CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT, Margaret Thompson, Cathy Laver-Bradbury and Chris Gale

34. GENOGRAMS, Christine Hooper

35. FAMILY ASSESSMENT, Andrew O’Toole and Annie Brewster

36. PARENTING STYLES AND FAMILY SCRIPTS, Christine Hooper

37. TRANSITION, Cathy Laver-Bradbury

FIVE: MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES PRESENTING IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION FIVE, Margaret Thompson & Chris Gale

38. EPIDEMIOLOGY – SUMMARY OF MENTAL HEALTH OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN ENGLAND (2017), Margaret Thompson

39. AUTISTIC SPECTRUM CONDITIONS, Jeremy Turk

40. ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER, Margaret Thompson, Anan El Masry, Sam Cortese, Wai Chen

41. JUVENILE DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOUR DISORDERS: OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER (ODD) AND CONDUCT DISORDER (CD), Graeme Fairchild (updated By Lucy Wilford)

42. TIC DISORDERS AND TOURETTE SYNDROME, Valerie Brandt & Sam Cortese

43. DEPRESSION IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Anna Gibson

44. BIPOLAR DISORDER IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Cara Sturgess

45. FEAR AND ANXIETY, Julie Hadwin and Roxanne Magdalena

46. OCD AND RELATED DISORDERS, Phill Nagle, Christopher Gale & Jo Barker

47. PSYCHOSIS IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Tony James

48. EATING DISORDERS, Jo Barker and Lynne Oldman

49. SOMATOFORM AND RELATED DISORDERS IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Sally Wicks

50. CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME/ MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Sally Wicks (updated by Margaret Thompson)

51. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE PROBLEMS, Helen Carlow

52. ADDICTIONS, Jack Groom

53. SCREEN BASED ACTIVITIES AND SOCIAL MEDIA, Vicki Bright and Cathy Laver-Bradbury

54. SELF-HARM AND SUICIDE, Dr Anthony Crabb updated by Margaret Thompson (with material from Suyog Dhakras and Julie Waine)

SIX: THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO WORKING WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION SIX, Cathy Laver-Bradbury

55. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS: A PRACTICAL GUIDE, Samuele Cortese

56. CREATIVE THERAPIES (ART AND PLAY), Margaret Josephs, Emma House, Sarah Holden & Loz Foskett

57. CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHOTHERAPY, Miranda Passey

58. COUNSELLING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, Jacqui Kelly

59. COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY, Sarah Mottram

60. COGNITIVE ANALYTIC THERAPY, Sarah Mottram, Sally Gray & Di Glackan

61. DIALECTICAL BEHAVIORAL THERAPY, Laura Nisbet

62. THEORY AND PRACTICE OF BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION, Hannah Kovshoff and Jay Muldowney

63. SOCIAL STORIES, Liz Smith

64. FAMILY THERAPY MODELS AND PRACTICE, Monica Roman-Morales and Christine Hooper

65. BRIEF SOLUTION-FOCUSED THERAPY, Jonathan Prosser

66. NARRATIVE THERAPY, Andrew O’Toole and Ann Brewster

67. THE OPEN DIALOGUE APPROACH, Cathy Laver-Bradbury and Monica Roman Morales

68. THE GROUP PROCESS, Stuart Gemmell and Cathy Laver-Bradbury

69. THEORETICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF PARENT-LED INTERVENTIONS TO TREAT PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN CHILDREN, Catherine Thompson, Margaret Thompson, Cathy Laver-Bradbury

70. PARENTING PROGRAMMES, Cathy Laver-Bradbury

SEVEN: MAKING SENSE OF AVAILABLE SERVICES

INTRODUCTION TO SECTION SEVEN, Christopher Gale

71. EARLY ACCESS: SELF HELP FOR CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND FAMILIES WITH MENTAL HEALTH DIFFICULTIES, Melissa McKimm & Christopher Gale

72. EARLY ACCESS - FEEL THE FEAR AND DO IT ANYWAY - SETTING UP A VOLUNTEER SUPPORT GROUP, Gill Waring

73. EARLY ACCESS - OVERVIEW OF THIRD SECTOR SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES, Christopher Gale and Alice Mooney

74. EARLY ACCESS - HEALTH VISITING SERVICE, Naomi Pang

75. EARLY ACCESS - FAMILY NURSE PARTNERSHIP A SOUTHAMPTON MODEL, Diane Henty and Kirsteen Anderssen

76. EARLY ACCESS - PRIMARY MENTAL HEALTH IN THE COMMUNITY, Margaret Thompson and Roy Smith

77. EARLY ACCESS - THE DEVELOPMENT AND PRACTICE OF ELSA, Sheila Burton

78. EARLY ACCESS - EMOTIONAL LITERACY AND FIRST AID IN SCHOOLS, Helena Hoyos

79. EARLY ACCESS - A CAMHS’ SINGLE POINT OF ACCESS: NOTTINGHAM CITY’S WHOLE SYSTEM MODEL, Anna Masding

80. SPECIALIST SERVICES - CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CAMHS), Cathy Laver-Bradbury

81. SPECIALIST SERVICES - FORENSIC CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY, Suyog Dhakras, Jonathan Bigg and Alison Wallis

82. BUILDING RESILIENCE AND STRENGTHS (BRS), Michelle Simmonds

83. SPECIALIST SERVICES - SECURE ADOLESCENT INPATIENT, Oliver White

84. SPECIALIST SERVICES - ACUTE IN-PATIENT, Hollie McGloughlin

85. SPECIALIST SERVICES - AN INPATIENT UNIT FOR CHILDREN WITH COMPLEX HEALTH NEEDS, Sally Wicks (updated by Margaret Thompson)

86. SPECIALIST SERVICES - ROLE OF THE EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST, Helena Hoyos and Lucy Manger

87. SPECIALIST SERVICES - EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORERS AND SOCIAL STORIES FOR PARENTS OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN, Sandra Teale (updated Margaret Thompson)

88. SPECIALIST SERVICES - WORKING WITH CHILDREN IN CARE AND RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS (A WHOLE SERVICE/SYSTEMS APPROACH TO EMOTION-REGULATION), Cathie O’Brien

89. SOCIAL CARE PROVISION FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN CAMHS- THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ROLE OF A SOCIAL WORKER WITHIN CAMHS TEAMS …WITHOUT BECOMING A THERAPIST, Gabrielle Loades

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Editor(s)

Biography

Cathy Laver-Bradbury, SRN RSCN HV cert MSc Nursing Non-Medical Prescriber, has worked in CAMHS in the UK for the last 27 years specializing in neurodevelopmental disorders.

Margaret J.J. Thompson, MBChB MD FRCP DCh DRCOG, is a retired clinical academic. She has worked in CAMHS in the UK since 1973. Her particular research and clinical interests are in mental health in preschoolers, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders, parenting and in-service delivery. She has published extensively in these areas.

Christopher Gale, RNMH, PhD, MSc, BA (Hons), has worked in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services since 1999, developing student nurses to registration since 2008.

Christine M. Hooper, CQSW, MSc, worked as a CAMHS social worker prior to gaining an M.Sc. in Family and Marital Therapy. She left CAMHS to work in the private sector.

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