The second edition of Psychosocial Treatments for Child and Adolescent Disorders amplifies and refines the material presented in the first. This volume was written for practitioners, treatment researchers, professors and students, health care administrators, and others who make decisions about mental health treatment services for children and adolescents. Because the field continues to debate which treatments are efficacious with which disorders, the text describes the empirically supported treatments for the major disorders encountered in clinical practice with this population, such as anxiety, affective, attention deficit, autistic, and conduct disorders. Hibbs and Jensen have included several new authors in this new edition, while remaining chapters have been updated and extensively revised. The result is a comprehensive and useful reference that will be an invaluable resource.