Clinical Practice of Pediatric Psychology by Michael C. Roberts PhD, Brandon S. Aylward PhD, Yelena P. Wu

By Michael C. Roberts PhD, Brandon S. Aylward PhD, Yelena P. Wu PhD

Filled with shiny scientific fabric, this e-book describes potent practices for assisting teenagers and their households who're dealing with continual and acute medical conditions and their remedy. Concise chapters at the psychosocial demanding situations linked to particular pediatric medical conditions are prepared round designated case displays. Demonstrating strategies for review, case conceptualization, short intervention, and future health merchandising, the e-book highlights how one can collaborate effectively with clinical prone and households. Chapters additionally talk about the numerous roles that pediatric psychologists play in hospitals, outpatient clinics, basic care, and academic settings.

See also guide of Pediatric Psychology, Fourth Edition, edited through Michael C. Roberts and Ric G. Steele, which comprehensively examines hyperlinks among mental and scientific concerns from infancy via adolescence.

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K. (1975). The pediatric psychologist and the developmental follow-up of intensive care nursery infants. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 4(3), 16–18. Olson, R. , Holden, E. , & Faust, J. (1988). Psychological consultation in a children’s hospital: An evaluation of services. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 13(4), 479–492. O’Malley, J. , & Koocher, G. P. (1977). Psychological consultation to a pediatric oncology unit: Obstacles to effective intervention. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2(2), 54–57.

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Pp. 630–648). New York: Guilford Press. Wildman, B. , & Stancin, T. (2004). Treating children’s psychosocial problems in primary care. Greenwich, CT: Information Age. Wright, L. (1967). The pediatric psychologist: A role model. American Psychologist, 22(4), 323–325. Wright, L. (1979). Health care psychology: Prospects for the well-being of children. American Psychologist, 34(10), 1001–1006. , & Burns, B. J. (1986). Primary mental health care: A “find” for psychology? Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 17(6), 560–564.

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