By Manju Mehta, Rajesh Sagar
This quantity discusses adolescent psychological well-being issues in non-Western contexts and occasions, starting from universal psychological issues to development existence talents. It combines prior literature and empirical paintings on quite a few problems to supply a accomplished account of cognitive behaviour treatment (CBT) for children. the amount covers a large spectrum of stipulations, starting from nervousness to affective problems and different linked issues. It supplies a realistic advisor to the administration of issues with particular specialise in case vignettes, outlining consultation information and particular thoughts for use during the intervention plan. a close appendix elaborating quite a few CBT options is incorporated within the quantity. It presumes a uncomplicated knowing and coaching in psychological future health care and psychotherapy and turns out to be useful for execs: psychologists, counsellors, paediatricians and different practitioners within the box of psychological healthiness. it's also precious as a textual content for classes in future health psychology, medical psychology, adolescent medication and adolescent psychology.
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7 Assessment Assessment of symptom severity, beliefs and assumptions and other cognitive phenomena such as negative automatic thoughts, hopelessness, suicidal ideation and self-concept is an important step in carrying out the therapy. Assessment can be carried out using self-report measures, rating scales as well as self-monitoring or diaries and functional analysis. Many of the measures, in particular the rating scales are suitable for use in the Indian setting. Silverman and Ollendick (2005), provide a comprehensive list of interview-based as well as self-report measures that can be used in adolescents.
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