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Author LeCroy, Craig W
Title Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment
Imprint New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2014
©2015
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Edition 2nd ed
Descript 1 online resource (418 pages)
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Note Intro -- Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment -- Contents -- EPAS Standards -- Matrix for Chapter Content -- Preface -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- 1 Case Studies in Individual Treatment and Assessment -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 1-1 FROM CHILDHOOD TO YOUNG ADULTHOOD WITH ADHD -- FIRST SESSION -- TWO MONTHS LATER: ELLEN AT THE BREAKING POINT -- ELLEN -- A YEAR LATER -- RON -- NATE AS A PREADOLESCENT -- MEDICATION -- WHERE IS NATE AT AGE 13? -- THE TREATMENT TEAM -- TREATMENT SUMMARY -- ELEVEN YEARS LATER -- Recap -- A Teen Without a Direction -- Art as Focus -- Nate Is Growing Up -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCE -- CASE STUDY 1‐2 SOLUTION‐FOCUSED THERAPY WITH CHILD BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS -- ENGAGEMENT -- Engagement Strategies with Parents -- Engagement Strategies with Children -- EXCEPTIONS -- COMPLIMENTING -- TECHNIQUES TO MAKE EXCEPTIONS CONCRETE -- The Miracle Question -- Scaling Questions -- SUMMARY OF SUBSEQUENT SESSIONS AND TERMINATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 1‐3 CRISIS INTERVENTION WITH A DEPRESSED AFRICAN AMERICAN ADOLESCENT -- CASE DESCRIPTION -- ISSUES IN ASSESSMENT -- Developmental Issues -- Clinical Issues -- Sociocultural Issues -- CASE DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS -- Assessment of the Therapist's Preparation and Self‐Awareness -- Assessment of Client -- Assessment of the Therapist's Knowledge of the Client's Background -- Pretherapy Intervention -- Hypothesis Testing -- Monitoring Therapist-Client Interactions -- Monitoring the Client's Responses and Transference -- Goal Setting and Problem Resolution -- Planning for Intervention -- CASE SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 1‐4 WHAT A FEW CBT SESSIONS CAN DO: THE CASE OF A MOTIVATED YOUNG ADULT -- THE INITIAL CONTACT -- FIRST APPOINTMENT -- SECOND APPOINTMENT -- THIRD AND LAST APPOINTMENT
CASE STUDY 1‐5 THE CASE OF AUNDRIA: TREATING SUBSTANCE ABUSE DURING ADOLESCENCE USING CBT AND MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING -- AUNDRIA: AN INTRODUCTION -- ASSESSMENT -- INITIAL SESSIONS: AUNDRIA'S AMBIVALENCE -- ACTION PHASE: USING CBT APPROACHES -- TERMINATION: REFLECTIONS ON WORKING WITH AUNDRIA -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 1‐6 A DEVELOPMENTAL APPROACH TO WORKING WITH SEXUALLY ABUSIVE YOUTH -- INTRODUCTION -- CASE STUDY -- Demographics and Sex Offense History -- Family History -- Mental Health Concerns, Strengths, and Clinical Issues -- Treatment Considerations -- ETIOLOGICAL THEORY, TYPOLOGIES, AND DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS -- TRAUMA AND VICTIMIZATION -- STATIC, STABLE, AND DYNAMIC FACTORS -- RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS -- CALLOUS‐UNEMOTIONAL TRAITS, TRAUMA, AND DISINHIBITION -- PSYCHOSEXUAL EVALUATIONS -- CASE CONCEPTUALIZATION SUMMARY AND TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 1‐7 EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR ADOLESCENT CONDUCT DISORDER IN RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT -- INTRODUCTION -- CASE STUDY -- FIRST SESSION -- MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING -- CONFRONTATIONAL STYLES -- Assessment -- TREATMENT -- COGNITIVE‐BEHAVIORAL MODEL -- SKILL BUILDING -- OUTCOME -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 2 Case Studies in Group Treatment -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 2‐1 A SOCIAL SKILLS GROUP FOR CHILDREN -- TEACHING SOCIAL SKILLS -- STARTING THE GROUP -- AN EXAMINATION OF THE TRAINING PROCESS -- Selecting Skills and Situations -- Discussing the Social Skill -- Setting Up the Role‐Play -- Modeling the Skill -- Role‐Playing and Rehearsing the Skill -- Practicing Complex Situations -- Group Process Illustrated -- Practicing Social Skills in the Natural Environment -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 2‐2 A CULTURALLY GROUNDED EMPOWERMENT GROUP FOR MEXICAN AMERICAN GIRLS -- INTRODUCTION -- CULTURE IN CLINICAL WORK WITH LATINAS -- CASE ILLUSTRATION
CASE STUDY -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 2‐3 DEVELOPMENTAL PLAY GROUPS WITH KINDERGARTNERS IN A SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK SETTING -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORY AND GROUP PROCESS -- TREATMENT GROUP: BEGINNING -- PRETEST -- TREATMENT GROUP: MIDDLE PHASE -- TREATMENT GROUP: ENDING PHASE -- POSTTEST -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 2‐4 GAY YOUTH AND SAFE SPACES -- USE OF GROUP WORK WITH SEXUAL MINORITY YOUTH -- LISTENING TO ZACK -- UNRESPONSIVE ENVIRONMENTS -- 3 Case Studies in Family Treatment and Parent Training -- REFERENCE -- CASE STUDY 3‐1 HOMEBUILDERS ®: HELPING FAMILIES STAY TOGETHER -- CASE OVERVIEW -- INTERVENTION -- Week One: Gathering Information, Relationship Building, and Setting Treatment Goals -- Week Two: Active Work on Goals -- Week Three: Teaching, Learning, and Some Application -- Week Four: Progress Continues but Setbacks Occur -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 3‐2 EVIDENCE‐BASED APPROACH TO PARENT TRAINING -- DESIGN OF THE GROUP -- RECRUITMENT AND ASSESSMENT -- THE GROUP -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 3‐3 PROMOTING POSITIVE PARENTING: INFANT MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTION WITH HIGH‐RISK FAMILIES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- BACKGROUND -- CASE OVERVIEW -- INTERVENTION -- The Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch‐up (ABC) Intervention -- Implementing ABC with Maribel and Her Family -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 4 Case Studies in Child Welfare and Adoption -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 4‐1 A CASE STUDY OF THE APPLICATION OF NTU PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR TREATMENT FOSTER CARE AND EMOTIONAL TRAUMA -- OVERVIEW -- NTU PSYCHOTHERAPY -- NTU PHASES AND TECHNIQUES -- FAMILY BACKGROUND -- RETURN TO THE UNITED STATES -- INTERVENTION PLANS -- CONCERNS/BARRIERS -- THERAPY SESSIONS -- Session 1 -- Session 2 -- Session 3 -- Session 4 -- Session 5 -- Session 6 -- Session 7 -- Session 8 -- CASE MANAGEMENT UPDATE -- PROGRESSIVE LIFE CENTER
REFERENCES -- SUGGESTED READINGS -- CASE STUDY 4‐2 HELPING FAMILIES WITH REUNIFICATION: RETURNING A CHILD TO A LESS‐THAN‐PERFECT FAMILY -- RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT AS PUNISHMENT -- TO RETURN OR NOT TO RETURN?: THAT IS THE QUESTION -- THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME (OR: BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR) -- CASE STUDY 4‐3 NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE: GROWING UP IN FOSTER CARE -- CASE STUDY 4‐4 DECIDING WHAT IS BEST FOR SAVANNAH: THE GRIEF AND JOY IN A SUCCESSFUL ADOPTION -- REFERENCES -- 5 Case Studies in School and Community Settings -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 5‐1 ZAI: A HMONG ADOLESCENT CREATES HIS OWN WAY -- CASE STUDY BACKGROUND -- HMONG CULTURE -- TREATMENT -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 5‐2 UNDERSTANDING BULLYING AND PEER VICTIMIZATION: THE IMPORTANT ROLES OF PEERS, PARENTS, AND SCHOOL PERSONNEL IN PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION -- CASE STUDY SCENARIO -- DEFINING BULLYING AND THE ROLES OF YOUTH INVOLVED -- TYPES OF BULLYING BEHAVIOR -- RESPONSES TO BULLYING BEHAVIOR: THE ROLE OF PEERS, SCHOOL PERSONNEL, AND PARENTS -- INTERVENTION RESPONSES: WHAT CAN PEERS, SCHOOL PERSONNEL, AND PARENTS DO? -- Assessing for Bullying -- Intervening with Bullying -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CASE STUDY 5‐3 FINDING A VOICE AND MAKING IT HEARD: A CASE STUDY OF LOW‐INCOME URBAN YOUTH -- DEVELOPMENT AND THE CAPACITY TO PARTICIPATE -- FORMING A GROUP AND LEARNING TO EXPLORE: WHAT IS MY COMMUNITY? -- Practitioner Reflection -- CREATING AND USING EVIDENCE -- ANALYZING DATA, ADVOCATING FOR IDEAS, AND AGREEING ON SPECIFIC CONCERNS -- Practitioner Reflection -- FINDING A VOICE, PLANNING, AND TAKING ACTION -- Practitioner Reflection -- REFERENCES -- FURTHER READING -- CASE STUDY 5‐4 LIVING IN SURVIVAL MODE: A YOUNG WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE OF HOMELESSNESS -- CASE STUDY BACKGROUND -- DISCUSSION -- BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS -- HELPING PEOPLE HELP THEMSELVES AND POSITIVE ADULT RELATIONSHIPS
BOUNDARIES -- NOW NEEDS, THE BIG PICTURE, AND PROGRAM CONSISTENCY -- GOALS -- YOU CAN TRY AGAIN NEXT TIME -- CONCLUSIONS: CONSTANT LEARNING -- Author Index -- Subject Index -- EULA
A detailed look at how to apply clinical theories to social work practice Thinking through real-life cases to make connections between theory and practice is a crucial element of social work education
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: LeCroy, Craig W. Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2014 9781118128350
Subject Child psychotherapy -- Case studies.;Adolescent psychotherapy -- Case studies.;Family psychotherapy -- Case studies
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Alt Author Anthony, Elizabeth K
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