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Seminars in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

2nd Edition

Part of College Seminars Series

Dora Black, Simon G. Gowers, Latha Hackett, David M. Kingsley, Ian M. Goodyer, Robin Glaze, David M. Foreman, Mary Eminson, Paul Tiffin, Ann Le Couteur, Paul McArdle, Judith Trowell, Andrew J. Cotgrove, Clare Lamb, Lindsey Kent, Tim Morris, Stephen Earnshaw, Bobby Smyth, Alison Wood, Steve Hughes, Andrew Weaver, Sue Bailey, Sean Maskey
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  • Date Published: September 2005
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781904671138

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  • This core textbook for trainees in child and adolescent psychiatry has been extensively updated and extended, with a number of new chapters covering the major disorders and the range of service provision. From assessment to outcome, from normal development to unusual syndromes, from theoretical perspectives to treatment, the reader will find this a clear, concise and invaluable overview of the field. This new edition provides a comprehensive overview of the specialty of child and adolescent psychiatry. It leads the reader succinctly from theory to clinical practice, and considers the full range of theoretical and management approaches.

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    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: September 2005
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781904671138
    • length: 382 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 157 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.67kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    List of tables, boxes and figures
    List of contributors
    Foreword
    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    1. A brief history of child and adolescent psychiatry Dora Black and Simon G. Gowers
    2. Normal development and developmental theories Latha Hackett
    3. Influences on development David M. Kingsley and Simon G. Gowers
    4. Continuities and discontinuities from childhood to adult life Ian M. Goodyer
    5. Classification and epidemiology Simon G. Gowers and Robin Glaze
    6. The law in relation to children David M. Foreman
    7. Assessment in child and adolescent psychiatry Mary Eminson
    8. Developmental disorders Paul Tiffin and Ann Le Couteur
    9. Disorders of conduct Paul McArdle
    10. Disorders of attachment, anxiety and adjustment Judith Trowell
    11. Depression and self-harm Andrew J. Cotgrove
    12. Psychosis Clare Lamb
    13. Substance misuse Clare Lamb
    14. Eating disorders Simon G. Gowers
    15. Biological factors Lindsey Kent
    16. Psychosocial factors Tim Morris
    17. Disorders of parenting and child abuse Stephen Earnshaw
    18. Principles of treatment, service delivery and psychopharmacology Bobby Smyth and Simon G. Gowers
    19. Psychosocial approaches and psychotherapies Alison Wood and Steve Hughes
    20. Liaison approaches Andrew Weaver
    21. Forensic services Sue Bailey
    22. In-patient units Sean Maskey
    Index.

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    Simon Gowers

    Contributors

    Dora Black, Simon G. Gowers, Latha Hackett, David M. Kingsley, Ian M. Goodyer, Robin Glaze, David M. Foreman, Mary Eminson, Paul Tiffin, Ann Le Couteur, Paul McArdle, Judith Trowell, Andrew J. Cotgrove, Clare Lamb, Lindsey Kent, Tim Morris, Stephen Earnshaw, Bobby Smyth, Alison Wood, Steve Hughes, Andrew Weaver, Sue Bailey, Sean Maskey

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