Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents: Evidence Based Treatments and Case Examples. By J. R. Weisz. (Pp. 540; £35.00; ISBN 0521576725 pb; pp. 540; £75.00; ISBN 0521571952 hb.) Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. 2004.

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  volume={35},
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  • J. Weisz
  • Published 23 February 2004
  • Psychology
  • Psychological Medicine
Part I. General Introduction: 1. Youth psychotherapies: the lay of the land Part II. Treatments for Fears and Anxiety: Section introduction and the case of Sean: 2. Four classic treatments for fears: modeling, systemic desensitization, reinforced exposure, and self-talk 3. Therapies for anxiety disorders: coping cat, coping koala, and family anxiety management Part III. Treatments for Depression: Section introduction and the case of Mega: 4. Cognitive-behavioral therapies for child depression 5… 

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