Problem solving in child and adolescent psychotherapy [electronic resource] : a skills-based, collaborative approach / Katharina Manassis.
- New York, N.Y. : Guilford Press, c2012.
- Practitioner Guides in Child Psychothera
Practitioner Guides in Child Psychothera
1 online resource (225 p.)
- Child psychotherapy.
- Electronic books.
- This highly accessible book presents clear steps for helping children and adolescents to develop and test out new solutions to specific social, emotional, or behavioral challenges. The author demonstrates how therapists of any orientation can implement problem solving as a stand-alone intervention or in combination with other therapeutic techniques. Extensive clinical examples illustrate what the approach looks like in action with kids of different ages; how it increases their confidence, independence, and resilience; and ways to involve parents. Strategies for overcoming frequently en
- What is problem solving?
When and with whom can you use problem solving?
Step 1: Defining the problem
Step 2: Generating alternative solutions
Step 3: Evaluating alternatives and making a choice
Step 4: Trying a new solution
Step 5: Following up and evaluating outcomes
Combining problem solving with other interventions
Problem solving in groups
Problem solving with parents and families
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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