Departmental Papers (Psychiatry)

Document Type

Book Chapter

Date of this Version

2010

Publication Source

Handbook of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies

Volume

3rd Edition

Start Page

375

Last Page

410

Abstract

Cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBTs) with children and adolescents use enactive, performance-based procedures, as well as cognitive interventions to produce changes in thinking, feeling, and behavior. Various forms of CBT have a common goal to help the child develop a constructive worldview and a problem-solving attitude. The problem-solving orientation can also be referred to as a "coping template." Through the provision of carefully planned experiences, CBT helps the child and family build an adaptive, problem-solving perspective.

Copyright/Permission Statement

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Youth, in Handbook of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies, Crawley, S.A., Podell, J.L., Beidas, R.S., Braswell, L, & Kendall, P.C. Ed: Dobson, K. 2009. Copyright Guilford Press. Reprinted with permission of The Guilford Press.

Comments

At the time of this publication, Dr. Beidas was a doctoral student at Temple University, but she is now a faculty member of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Date Posted:21 August 2017