`This book... will be particularly valuable for clinicians interested in child and adolescent depressive disorders, since it includes a lot of material from work with adults that is often hard for such clinicians to assess. A very useful addition to the library' - European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Leading practitioners and researchers contribute to this volume, which focuses on recent advances in the understanding and treatment of the common psychological difficulties of anxiety and depression.
Chapters cover such topics as: self-management theory; unipolar depression; and the assessment and treatment of sexually abused children. With case examples and exercises highlighting important clinical concepts, the volume integrates empirical research with clinical applications.