Attack on the Self: Adolescent Behavioral Disturbances and Their Treatment
Argues that adolescents who wage war on their own lives can be successfully treated. Topics covered include: adolescent sexual disorders; adolescent suicide; adolescent violence and predatory behaviour; mood and behavioural disturbances; and the planning of treatment.
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Developmental Issues Influencing Treatability
Development in Puberty and Adolescence
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