Cognitive-Behavioral Family Therapy for Anxious Children: Therapist Manual, Second Edition ePub download
by Bonnie Howard,Brian C. Chu,Amy L. Krain,Abbe L. Marrs-Garcia,Philip C. Kendall
- ISBN: 1888805145
- ISBN13: 978-1888805147
- ePub: 1704 kb | FB2: 1946 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Psychology
- Publisher: Workbook Publishing; 2 edition (January 1, 2000)
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by Bonnie Howard (Author), Brian C. Chu (Author), Amy L. Krain (Author), Abbe L. Marrs-Garcia (Author), Philip C. Kendall (Author) & 2 more.
It adds a family perspective to strategies. by Bonnie Howard (Author), Brian C. ISBN-13: 978-1888805147.
Book · January 2006 with 424 Reads. Isbn: 978-1-888805-22-2. Publisher: Workbook Publishing, Inc.
The treatment manual is coordinated with the revised Coping Cat Workbook by the same authors; There is a chapter devoted to each of the sixteen therapy sessions that appear in the Coping Cat Workbook;, with explanations of and a rationale for the activities.
In P. C. Kendall (E., Child, adolescent therapy: procedures (3rd e.
Journal of the American Academy of child and adolescent psychiatry, 45, 134–141. Cobham, V. Dadds, M. & Spence, S. H. (1998). In P. New York: Guilford Press. Kendall, P. (2009).
Abbe L. Marrs-Garcia, P. & Philip C.
Also provided is a description of strategies for dealing with potential difficulties (.
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Cognitive-Behavior Therapy With Youth - Free download as PDF File . df) . and Psychological Associates, Harrisburg, PA, Brian C Chu, ALA. Abbe L. Afarrs-Garcia, ALA. df), Text File . xt) or read online for free. & Philip C Kendall, ABPP P.
Brian C. Chu, Philip C Kendall. Journal of clinical psychology.
Independent diagnostic interviews and self-report measures were completed at pre- and posttreatment and 3-month follow-up. RESULTS At posttreatment, ICBT or CCAL children showed significantly better gains than CESA children; 70%, 81%, and 19%, respectively, no longer met criteria for their principal anxiety diagnosis. Ardmore, PA: Workbook. Brian C.