Counseling Psychology

Bipolar Disorder in Young People: A Psychological by Craig A. Macneil, Melissa K. Hasty, Philippe Conus, Michael

By Craig A. Macneil, Melissa K. Hasty, Philippe Conus, Michael Berk, Jan Scott

As study emerges at the effectiveness of mental remedies for bipolar affliction, this is often the 1st guide guiding the therapy of these in early life and early maturity, taking into consideration the developmental concerns that can have major impression on healing results. middle matters coated comprise engagement problems, how cognitive treatment will be tailored for youth, the impression of the ailment at the person's psychosocial improvement, dealing with comorbidity (particularly alcohol and substance use), medicine adherence, the effect of kin dynamics, and concerns round keep watch over and independence within the healing dating. The guide is illustrated with case stories and textual content bins describing suggestions and strategies for the therapist. offering transparent scientific counsel, subsidized by means of an intensive literature evaluate and theoretical review, this can be crucial analyzing for all psychological future health experts imposing mental interventions for children with bipolar ailment

Show description

Read Online or Download Bipolar Disorder in Young People: A Psychological Intervention Manual PDF

Similar counseling & psychology books

E.O. Wilson and B.F. Skinner: A Dialogue Between Sociobiology and Radical Behaviorism

"This goes to be a talk that i'll have with B. F. Skinner. this can be Ed Wilson. He invited me through to discuss sociobiology. " hence all started a 1987 dialog among E. O. Wilson, who embodies sociobiology, and B. F. Skinner, who personifies radical behaviorism. the 2 Harvard colleagues shared a standard interest—but very diversified perspectives—in habit, human nature, and tradition.

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders: Frequently Asked Questions

Readers looking information regarding autism spectrum problems frequently locate it very tough to discover ordinary solutions to their questions. according to this, Diane Yapko has produced this useful source in a simple to learn query and solution layout so readers can cross on to the questions that curiosity them.

Handbook of Violence Risk Assessment and Treatment: New Approaches for Mental Health Professionals

This ebook describes violence chance review in either juveniles and adults, incorporating dynamic and static components, in addition to therapy alternativesÖ. .Research and perform are mixed rather well, besides review and remedy. there's something for everybody right here. " ranking: ninety one, four stars --Doody's Forensic clinicians will locate this booklet to be a worthy reference ebook in addition to a truly worthwhile scientific therapy consultant appropriate to violent offenders.

Rosenfeld in Retrospect: Essays on his Clinical Influence

How has Herbert Rosenfeld contributed to psychoanalysis at the present time? Rosenfeld on reflection provides unique psychoanalytic papers displaying the effect of Herbert Rosenfeld on psychoanalysis at the present time, and reproduces a few of Rosenfeld's most crucial medical writings. within the first a part of this booklet, The convention Papers: modern advancements of Rosenfeld's paintings, the editor brings jointly papers and discussions by means of Rosenfeld's famous contemporaries, Ronald Britton, Michael Feldman, Edna O'Shaughnessy, Hanna Segal and Riccardo Steiner who discover his contribution to psychoanalysis.

Additional resources for Bipolar Disorder in Young People: A Psychological Intervention Manual

Sample text

But also within families across generations” (p. 771). Clearly therefore, assessing family factors, including structure, roles, relationships between individuals, and attachment issues, can be useful. Identifying unhelpful interactive patterns can be a particularly important focus of assessment and may have significant implications for treatment. Constructing a genogram of relationships between family members can also be valuable, and McGoldrick et al. (2008) provide a detailed description of assessment and clinical implications of this.

229). Characteristics of a positive therapeutic relationship Therapist factors A recent comprehensive review of the impact of therapist factors on the therapeutic relationship (Ackerman & Hilsenroth, 2003) identified a number of attributes and techniques associated with a positive therapeutic alliance. This included elements defined in the client-centered psychotherapy literature (Rogers, 1976) such as the therapist's expression of accurate empathy, and their ability to express themselves clearly, to connect with the person, to be flexible, warm, genuine, respectful, friendly, trustworthy, interested, alert, competent, and to work collaboratively.

This is important because of the heterogeneity of people with bipolar disorder, and due to the fact that there can be four different mood presentations when a person is symptomatic (manic, hypomanic, depressed, and mixed), each of which requires a different clinical approach. 3). This involves identifying the contribution of early developmental and attachment history, family factors, and critical life events to the evolution of particular automatic thoughts, schemas, and behavioral patterns that could be related to the disorder for that person.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.09 of 5 – based on 27 votes