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Childhood Maltreatment

Series: Advances in Psychotherapy – Evidence-Based Practice – Vol. 4

C Wekerle, A L Miller, D A Wolfe, C B Spindel

Compact guidance for practitioners dealing with one of the greatest challenges in clinical practice, abused or maltreated children.



The serious consequences of child abuse or maltreatment are among the most challenging things therapists encounter. In recent years there has been a surge of interest, and of both basic and clinical research, concerning early traumatization. This volume in the series Advances in Psychotherapy – Evidence-Based Pracice integrates results from the latest research showing the importance of early traumatization into a compact and practical guide for practitioners.

Advances in biological knowledge have highlighted the potential chronicity of effects of childhood maltreatment, demonstrating particular life challenges in managing emotions, forming and maintaining healthy relationships, healthy coping, and holding a positive outlook of oneself. Despite the resiliency of many maltreated children, adolescent and young adult well-being is often compromised. This text first overviews our current knowledge of the effects of childhood maltreatment on psychiatric and psychological health, then provides diagnostic guidance, and subsequently goes on to profile promising and effective evidence-based interventions. Consistent with the discussions of treatment, prevention programming that is multi-targeted at issues for maltreated individuals is highlighted. This text helps the practitioner or student to know what to look for, what questions need to be asked, how to handle the sensitive ethical implications, and what are promising avenues for effective coping. 


 

001-000 Advances in Psychotherapy - Vol. 1-28 3250:-
001-065 Bipolar Disorder - Vol. 1 225:-
001-066 Heart Disease - Vol. 2 225:-
001-067 Obsessive - Compulsive Disorder - Vol. 3 225:-
001-068 Childhood Maltreatment - Vol. 4 225:-
001-069 Schizophrenia - Vol. 5 225:-
001-070 Treating Victims of Mass Disaster and Terrorism - Vol. 6 225:-
001-071 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adults - Vol. 7 225:-
001-072 Problem and Pathological Gambling - Vol. 8 225:-
001-073 Chronic Illness in Children and Adolecents - Vol. 9 225:-
001-074 Alcohol Use Disorders - Vol. 10 225:-
001-075 Chronic Pain - Vol. 11 225:-
001-076 Social Anxiety Disorder - Vol. 12 225:-
001-077 Eating Disorders - Vol. 13 225:-
001-078 Suicidal Behavior - Vol. 14 225:-
001-079 Substance Use Problems - Vol. 15 225:-
001-080 Elimination Disorders in Children and Adolescents - Vol. 16 225:-
001-081 Sexual Violence - Vol. 17 225:-
001-082 Depression - Vol. 18 225:-
001-083 Hypochondriasis and Health Anxiety - Vol. 19 225:-
001-084 Public Health Tools for Practicing Psychologists - Vol. 20 225:-
001-085 Nicotine and Tobacco Dependence - Vol. 21 225:-
001-086 Nonsuicidal Self-injury - Vol. 22 225:-
001-087 Growing up with Domestic Violence - Vol. 23 225:-
001-088 Generalized Anxiety Disorder - Vol. 24 225:-
001-089 Sexual Dysfunction in Women - Vol. 25 225:-
001-090 Sexual Dysfuntion in Men - Vol. 26 225:-
001-091 Phobic and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents - Vol. 27 225:-
001-092 Language Disorders in Children and Adolescents - Vol. 28 225:-

 

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