Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health

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Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780470723456
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基本説明

Designed to help the student and newly qualified health care professional to familiarise themselves with the key theoretical frameworks which underpin the field of children and young people's mental health.

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Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health has been designed to help the student and newly qualified health care professional to familiarise themselves with the key theoretical frameworks underpinning the field of children and young people's mental health. It explores the mental health challenges that children and young people face, and how we as adults can work alongside them to help them face and overcome such challenges. This book provides comprehensive information on the theory and practice of particular mental health difficulties which children and young people may have to face, including self-harm, depression, suicide, child abuse, eating disorders, substance misuse, and early onset psychosis. Understanding Children and Young People's Mental Health is essential reading for pre-registration students in nursing and healthcare on child and mental health branches, and for newly qualified nursing, health and social care practitioners who work with children and young people.* Brings together specialist practitioners and academics in the field * Incorporates the latest guidelines and policies * Practical and accessible in style with learning outcomes, activities, examples and recommended reading in each chapter

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors                              ix
Foreword xiii
Acknowledgements xvii
Introduction 1 (3)
1 Setting the scene 4 (25)
Anne Claveirole
1.1 Introduction 4 (1)
1.2 Social context 5 (8)
1.3 Children and young people's mental 13 (7)
health
1.4 `Every Child Matters': What can we do 20 (7)
to help?
1.5 Conclusion 27 (2)
2 The family 29 (17)
Duncan Tennant
Anne Claveirole
2.1 Introduction 29 (1)
2.2 What is `normal' family functioning? 30 (3)
2.3 The family life cycle 33 (4)
2.4 Family structure 37 (2)
2.5 Recent developments: narrative 39 (2)
approaches to family therapy
2.6 Attachment and family therapy 41 (1)
2.7 Parenting support and education 42 (2)
2.8 Conclusion 44 (2)
3 Psychosocial development 46 (18)
Geraldine Jones
3.1 Introduction 46 (1)
3.2 Theories of development 47 (1)
3.3 Infant attachment 47 (4)
3.4 Adolescent identity formation 51 (3)
3.5 Adolescent self-esteem 54 (1)
3.6 Adolescent reasoning ability 55 (1)
3.7 Adolescent egocentrism 56 (1)
3.8 The psychological impact of puberty 57 (1)
3.9 Adolescent brain development 58 (1)
3.10 The value of contextual theories in 59 (1)
explaining development of children and
adolescents
3.11 The PVEST model 60 (3)
3.12 Conclusion 63 (1)
4 Self-harm 64 (23)
Martin Gaughan
4.1 Introduction 64 (1)
4.2 What is self-harm? 65 (1)
4.3 How common is self-harm? 66 (2)
4.4 Vulnerability and resilience 68 (1)
4.5 Promoting resilience 69 (2)
4.6 Models of self-harm 71 (3)
4.7 Assessment 74 (2)
4.8 Intervention 76 (1)
4.9 Informal support 77 (1)
4.10 Promoting positive behaviour 77 (1)
4.11 Self-help 78 (1)
4.12 Making access easier 79 (1)
4.13 Talking therapies 80 (3)
4.14 The personal impact of working 83 (1)
alongside children and young people who
self-harm
4.15 Conclusion 84 (3)
5 Depression 87 (21)
Martin Gaughan
5.1 Introduction 87 (1)
5.2 Defining depression 88 (2)
5.3 Prevalence 90 (1)
5.4 Vulnerability 91 (2)
5.5 Assessment 93 (2)
5.6 Symptoms of depression in children 95 (3)
and young people
5.7 Protective factors and promoting 98 (1)
resilience
5.8 Interventions 99 (1)
5.9 Cognitive-behaviour therapy 99 (1)
5.10 Interpersonal psychotherapy for 100 (1)
depressed adolescents
5.11 Medication 101 (2)
5.12 Psychodynamics 103 (1)
5.13 What else helps? 104 (1)
5.14 The family 105 (1)
5.15 Conclusion 105 (3)
6 Suicide 108 (24)
Martin Gaughan
6.1 Introduction 108 (1)
6.2 What is suicide? 109 (1)
6.3 How common is suicide? 109 (2)
6.4 Vulnerability 111 (4)
6.5 Resilience 115 (2)
6.6 Risk assessment 117 (1)
6.7 Models of assessment and intervention 118 (2)
6.8 Applied suicide and intervention 120 (1)
skills training
6.9 Skills-based training on risk 121 (1)
management
6.10 Intervention 122 (3)
6.11 Prevention 125 (2)
6.12 Postvention 127 (1)
6.13 Conclusion 128 (4)
7 Child abuse and child protection 132 (17)
Julie Hendry
Marlene MacInnes
7.1 Introduction 132 (1)
7.2 Definitions of child abuse 133 (3)
7.3 Incidence and prevalence 136 (1)
7.4 Risk factors 137 (2)
7.5 Policy 139 (1)
7.6 Assessment 139 (5)
7.7 Prevention 144 (1)
7.8 Interventions 145 (2)
7.9 Conclusion 147 (2)
8 Eating disorders 149 (16)
Gavin Cullen
8.1 Introduction 149 (1)
8.2 What are eating disorders? 150 (3)
8.3 How common are eating disorders? 153 (1)
8.4 What causes eating disorders? 154 (4)
8.5 Resilience factors 158 (1)
8.6 Assessment 159 (2)
8.7 Interventions 161 (1)
8.8 Psychological support 161 (2)
8.9 Conclusion 163 (2)
9 Early onset psychosis 165 (26)
Martin Gaughan
9.1 Introduction 165 (1)
9.2 Time to change? 166 (1)
9.3 Prevalence 167 (2)
9.4 Vulnerability to psychosis 169 (2)
9.5 Early and very early onset psychosis 171 (1)
9.6 Phases of psychosis 172 (1)
9.7 Prevention and early intervention 173 (1)
9.8 Assessment 174 (3)
9.9 Interventions 177 (1)
9.10 Drug treatment 178 (1)
9.11 Effectiveness of medication 179 (1)
9.12 Side effects 180 (2)
9.13 Talking therapies 182 (2)
9.14 Promoting resilience, staying well 184 (2)
and recovery
9.15 Involving the family 186 (2)
9.16 Conclusion 188 (3)
10 Adhd 191 (26)
Lorna Jones
Anne Claveirole
10.1 Introduction 191 (1)
10.2 What is ADHD? 192 (1)
10.3 The experience of ADHD 192 (2)
10.4 ADHD as a diagnostic category 194 (1)
10.5 Prevalence 195 (1)
10.6 Risk factors 196 (4)
10.7 Resilience: factors affecting outcome 200 (1)
10.8 Assessment 201 (4)
10.9 Interventions 205 (8)
10.10 Conclusion 213 (4)
11 Autistic spectrum disorders 217 (22)
Gillian Marshall-McConnell
Anne Claveirole
11.1 Introduction 217 (1)
11.2 Definition and classification 218 (4)
11.3 Prevalence 222 (1)
11.4 Risk factors/causation theories 223 (3)
11.5 Associated problems 226 (4)
11.6 Development 230 (3)
11.7 Assessment and diagnosis 233 (1)
11.8 Management of care 234 (4)
11.9 Conclusion 238 (1)
12 Misuse of substances 239 (17)
Liz Brodie
Jayne Reed
12.1 Introduction 239 (1)
12.2 Substance use and substance misuse 240 (1)
12.3 Prevalence 241 (1)
12.4 Patterns of use and misuse in 242 (2)
children and young people
12.5 Vulnerability and resilience 244 (1)
12.6 Environmental and family factors 245 (1)
12.7 Early intervention and recognition 246 (1)
12.8 Assessment 246 (3)
12.9 Intervention 249 (5)
12.10 Conclusion 254 (2)
References 256 (49)
Index 305