Annual Progress in Child Psychiatry and Child Development 2000-2001

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Medical - 632 pages
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Relational Psychotherapy: A Primeradvances the understanding of this comprehensive, reliable model of treatment as it follows the trajectory of the therapy process from beginning to end. Using clear language and warm human terms, experienced therapist and teacher Patricia DeYoung addresses the challenges and rewards of doing relational therapy. She presents relational therapy against a wide range of contemporary psychotherapies, weaving a working synthesis of self psychology, intersubjective theory, various psychoanalytically informed developmental theories, relational psychoanalysis, and feminist self-in-relation theory. Relational Psychotherapyis an essential reference text for both therapists and students, while its personal and lucid writing style make it easily accessible to clients interested in learning more about psychotherapy.
 

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Contents

Simple Questions
3
Developing Mechanisms of SelfRegulation
21
Implications of Attachment Theory for Developmental
43
Behavioral and Physiological Responsivity Sleep
73
Imaginary Companions of Preschool Children
101
PARENTING
125
Family Functioning
155
ATTENTION DEFICITHYPERACTIVITY DISORDERS
219
Toward a Developmental Operational Definition
363
A Theoretical Model
383
SocialEmotional Intelligence and Midlife Resilience
399
Effectiveness of Nonresidential Specialty Mental Health
419
Treatment for Sexually Abused Children and Adolescents
455
Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome in Children
477
Cardiovascular Monitoring
495
Twenty Years Research on Peer Victimization
505

Efficacy of Methylphenidate among Preschool Children
247
Clinical Comparability of a Research
263
A Community
279
The Altering of Reported Experiences
301
Developmental Coordination Disorder in Swedish
317
ThirtyThree Cases of Body Dysmorphic Disorder
335
Catatonic Syndrome in Young People
349
Charting the Relationship Trajectories of Aggressive
535
Preventive
571
Pathways through which Mentoring
585
Initial Impact of the FastTrack Prevention Trail for Conduct
605
Permissions
629
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Hertzig is Professor of Psychiatry at Cornell University Medical College and Director of the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Department at Payne Whitney Clinic.

Farber is Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology at Cornell University Medical College and Assistant Attending Psychologist at New York Hospital.

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