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By Robert D. Friedberg PhD, Jessica M. McClure PsyD, Jolene Hillwig Garcia MD
Supplying a wealth of sensible interventions and activities--all geared up inside a cutting-edge modular framework--this priceless publication is helping baby clinicians extend their intervention toolkits. development at the bestselling scientific perform of Cognitive treatment with youngsters and young people, which addresses the fundamentals of remedy, Friedberg et. al., of their most modern quantity, offer extra potent methods for attractive hard-to-reach consumers, addressing tough difficulties, and concentrating on specific cognitive and behavioral abilities. enjoyable and effective video games, crafts, and different actions are defined in step by step aspect. unique positive aspects comprise over 30 reproducible types and handouts, which bookbuyers may also obtain and print from Guilford's site. (20100201)
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Therapist: OK. What are the signs that an anger storm is brewing inside you? In the above transcript, note that the therapist first used the data to empathize with Evan. The therapist then used the diary to provide the rationale for attending to the minimal or early cues of Evan’s anger. The therapist’s use of “storm” sets the stage for the Brainstorm Diary, which helps children catch their cognitions. 1 shows Evan’s Watch, Warning, Storm! Diary. 2. 1. Evan’s Watch, Warning, Storm! Diary. Date (time) Emotion 2/11 Angry X 2/12 Angry X 2/13 Angry X 2/14 Angry X 2/15 Angry X 2/16 Angry X Watch Warning Storm Feeling Compass Ages: 7–16 years.
Feeling Compass offers another hands-on approach to the self-monitoring of emotion. This technique serves as a creative self-monitoring and priming intervention and is similar to Thought–Feeling Watch (Friedberg & McClure, 2002). Feeling Compass may be included in the “survival kit” presented in Chapter 4. The compass needle indicates feelings instead of directions and includes a movable arrow. Children can draw the feelings onto the compass and then move the arrow to indicate the feeling they are experiencing.
S. , 2001) 7–14 years Measures delinquent and aggressive behaviors, including aggression toward animals and people, destruction of property, deceitfulness or theft, and serious rule violations. Additionally, the inventory taps arguing, defiance, deliberate annoyance, and vindicativeness. Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI; Eyberg, 1974) 2–16 years Assesses the frequency and severity of behavior problems. Teacher version available. , 1983) 6–18 years Assesses symptoms of oppositional defiant disorder, aggression, and ADHD, including DSM-IV criteria.