Developmental and Clinical Issues in the Treatment of Children is the first volume to address the needs of practicing clinicians and other professionals who work in applied mental health settings. It represents the first interface of clinical child psychology, developmental psychopathology, specific child disorders, and contextual issues. This text's primary purpose is to bring these areas together to build upon the current knowledge base about children, child problems, and child treatment. In summary, this compendium integrates the major clinical and developmental issues involved in the "real" treatment of children. The contents of each chapter are relevant to the needs and concerns of practitioners, while based on findings from the empirical literature.
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