Part I: Guiding Theory. Kendall, Guiding Theory for Therapy with Children and Adolescents. Part II: Externalizing Disorders. Lochman, Powell, Whidby, FitzGerald, Aggressive Children: Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment and Treatment. Hinshaw, Treatment for Children and Adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Nelson III, Finch Jr., Ghee, Anger Management with Children and Adolescents: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Part III: Internalizing Disorders. Stark, Hargrave, Sander, Custer, Schnoebelen, Simpson, Molnar, Treatment of Childhood Depression: The ACTION Treatment Program. Spirito, Esposito-Smythers, Addressing Adolescent Suicidal Behavior: Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies. Kendall, Suveg, Treating Anxiety Disorders in Youth. Part IV: Special Populations. Piacentini, March, Franklin, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Youth with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Wilfley, Passi, Cooperberg, Stein, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Youth with Eating Disorders and Obesity. La Greca, Silverman, Treating Children and Adolescents Affected by Disasters and Terrorism. Deblinger, Behl, Glickman, Treating Children Who Have Experienced Sexual Abuse. Part V: Special Topics. Holmbeck, O'Mahar, Abad, Colder, Updegrove, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Adolescents: Guides from Developmental Psychology. Shirk, Karver, Process Issues in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Youth. Ollendick, King, Chorpita, Empirically Supported Treatments for Children and Adolescents.
Philip C. Kendall, PhD, Department of Psychology and Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
'An absolutely stellar book. The contributors include leaders in child therapy who provide sophisticated views of both clinical domains and treatment and address a range of spheres, including cognition, affect, behavior, and social functioning. The third edition conveys in engaging detail the enormous advances that have occurred in child and adolescent therapy, the scope of domains that cognitively based treatments encompass, and the very promising effects one can expect from treatment. This book is one of very few that integrate research and theory with clinical examples and treatment excerpts. As such, it fills a crucial void in the literature for training mental health professionals.' - Alan E. Kazdin, PhD, Child Study Center, Yale University School of Medicine
'Like its predecessors, this volume is a work of genuine quality, written by authorities in the field. Its coverage of interventions for youth with internalizing and externalizing conditions and other important problems, plus the thoughtful attention paid to developmental and treatment process issues, make the book an excellent resource for students and professionals.' - John R. Weisz, PhD, Judge Baker Children's Center, Harvard University