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The Resource Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth : a Strengths and Well-Being Model

Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth : a Strengths and Well-Being Model

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Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth : a Strengths and Well-Being Model
Title
Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth
Title remainder
a Strengths and Well-Being Model
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Use a strengths perspective for working with your younger clients! Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth: A Strengths and Well-Being Model presents new insights into successfully working with children by concentrating on their capabilities and resilience. This book explores the continuum of children's needs and challenges from early childhood through adolescence. This text also supports child-centered and strengths-oriented approaches to intervention with children and introduces specific strategies for maximizing pro-social behaviors, self-concept, learning, and positive peer
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Helton, Lonnie R
Dewey number
  • 362.2/083
  • 362.2083
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Smith, Mieko Kotake
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  • Child mental health services
  • Teenagers
  • Child psychology
  • Adolescent psychology
Label
Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth : a Strengths and Well-Being Model
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Chapter 11. Empowerment of Children in the Global Arena
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; About the Authors; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. The Strengths and Resilience of Children; The Strengths Perspective; The Strengths of Children; Defining Resiliency; Development of Resiliency; Conceptual Model of Resiliency; Person-Environmental Transaction for the Development of Resiliency; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Henry Lester; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 2. The Care of Children in American Society: Historical Events and Trends; Early Perceptions and Treatment of Children
  • Nineteenth-Century Efforts for ChangeTwentieth-Century Innovations; Child Welfare Practice; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Cynthia Harper; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 3. Children and Family Relationships; Children in Biological Families; Children in Single-Parent Families; Children in Blended Families; Children in Gay and Lesbian Families; Children in Multigenerational Families; Children in Foster Families; Children in Adoptive Families; Children in Residential Settings; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Joanna Brown; Questions for Discussion
  • Chapter 4. Child Socialization and Peer RelationshipsFamily Influences on Socialization; School and Peer Relationships; Children in the Community; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Billy Lapahie; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 5. Children and Learning; Teacher Expectations and Learning; Elements of Learning and Achievement; Ethnic and Culturally Different Children; Children and Special Education; Homeschooling: An Educational Alternative; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Hannah Carter; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 6. Self-Concept and Self-Esteem; Self-Esteem and Well-Being
  • A Case Scenario of ResilienceConclusion; Strengths Story: Michiko Tanaka; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 7. Adolescence; Adolescent Ethnic and Racial Identity; Gender Roles; Adolescents and Sexual Orientation; Transitions to Adulthood; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Zor Hollis; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 8. Child-Centered Practice Approaches: Emphasis on Strength and Resilience; Guidelines for Interviewing and Assessing Children; Guidelines for Interviewing and Assessing Adolescents; Practice with Children in Child Welfare; School Social Work and Counseling in School
  • Mental Health Services for Children and AdolescentsConclusion; Strengths Story: Ina Abrams; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 9. Media-Directed, Creative Child Therapies; Play Therapy; Drawing and Art Therapy; Puppet Therapy; Clown Therapy; Bibliotherapy; Music Therapy; Collaboration with Parents; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Helen McGuire; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 10. Evidence-Based Practice and Research for Promoting Children's Strengths; Introduction; Resilience-Based Programs; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Charles Elliott Maples; Questions for Discussion
Control code
ocn867928680
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (441 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317788393
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867928680
Label
Mental Health Practice with Children and Youth : a Strengths and Well-Being Model
Publication
Note
Chapter 11. Empowerment of Children in the Global Arena
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; About the Authors; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. The Strengths and Resilience of Children; The Strengths Perspective; The Strengths of Children; Defining Resiliency; Development of Resiliency; Conceptual Model of Resiliency; Person-Environmental Transaction for the Development of Resiliency; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Henry Lester; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 2. The Care of Children in American Society: Historical Events and Trends; Early Perceptions and Treatment of Children
  • Nineteenth-Century Efforts for ChangeTwentieth-Century Innovations; Child Welfare Practice; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Cynthia Harper; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 3. Children and Family Relationships; Children in Biological Families; Children in Single-Parent Families; Children in Blended Families; Children in Gay and Lesbian Families; Children in Multigenerational Families; Children in Foster Families; Children in Adoptive Families; Children in Residential Settings; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Joanna Brown; Questions for Discussion
  • Chapter 4. Child Socialization and Peer RelationshipsFamily Influences on Socialization; School and Peer Relationships; Children in the Community; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Billy Lapahie; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 5. Children and Learning; Teacher Expectations and Learning; Elements of Learning and Achievement; Ethnic and Culturally Different Children; Children and Special Education; Homeschooling: An Educational Alternative; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Hannah Carter; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 6. Self-Concept and Self-Esteem; Self-Esteem and Well-Being
  • A Case Scenario of ResilienceConclusion; Strengths Story: Michiko Tanaka; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 7. Adolescence; Adolescent Ethnic and Racial Identity; Gender Roles; Adolescents and Sexual Orientation; Transitions to Adulthood; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Zor Hollis; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 8. Child-Centered Practice Approaches: Emphasis on Strength and Resilience; Guidelines for Interviewing and Assessing Children; Guidelines for Interviewing and Assessing Adolescents; Practice with Children in Child Welfare; School Social Work and Counseling in School
  • Mental Health Services for Children and AdolescentsConclusion; Strengths Story: Ina Abrams; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 9. Media-Directed, Creative Child Therapies; Play Therapy; Drawing and Art Therapy; Puppet Therapy; Clown Therapy; Bibliotherapy; Music Therapy; Collaboration with Parents; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Helen McGuire; Questions for Discussion; Chapter 10. Evidence-Based Practice and Research for Promoting Children's Strengths; Introduction; Resilience-Based Programs; Conclusion; Strengths Story: Charles Elliott Maples; Questions for Discussion
Control code
ocn867928680
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (441 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317788393
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)867928680

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