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Infant and early childhood mental health : a comprehensive, developmental approach to assessment and intervention / by Stanley I. Greenspan, Serena Wieder.

By: Greenspan, Stanley IContributor(s): Wieder, SerenaMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Washington, D.C. : London : American Psychiatric ; Eurospan [distributor], 2006. Edition: 1st edDescription: xix, 377 p. : ill. ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781585621644 (pbk.) :; 1585621641 (pbk.) :Subject(s): Infant psychiatry | Child psychiatry | Infants -- Mental health | Preschool children -- Mental health | Toddlers -- Mental health | Child Development | Child, Preschool | Early Intervention (Education) -- methods | Infant | Mental Disorders -- diagnosis | Mental Disorders -- therapy | Mental HealthDDC classification: 618.9289 LOC classification: RJ502.5 | .G725 2006Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
A comprehensive model for infant and early childhood mental health -- A developmental biopsychosocial model: the developmental, individual-differences, relationship-based (DIR) approach -- The functional emotional stages of development : the cornerstone of the DIR model -- Principles of assessment and intervention -- Assessment -- Therapeutic principles -- Parent-oriented developmental therapy -- Clinical strategies and techniques for different types of infants and young children -- Classification, diagnosis, and treatment of infant and early childhood disorders -- Assessment and treatment of infants and young children with interactive disorders -- Assessment and treatment of infants and young children with regulatory-sensory processing disorders -- Assessment and treatment of infants and young children with neurodevelopmental disorders of relating and communicating -- Prevention and early intervention -- Infants in multi-risk families: a model for developmentally based preventive intervention -- A model for comprehensive prevention and early intervention services for all families.
Summary: The authors examine normal development, pathologic development, and the factors that influence these developmental processes, including biological, family/experiential/environmental, and interactive patterns.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

A comprehensive model for infant and early childhood mental health -- A developmental biopsychosocial model: the developmental, individual-differences, relationship-based (DIR) approach -- The functional emotional stages of development : the cornerstone of the DIR model -- Principles of assessment and intervention -- Assessment -- Therapeutic principles -- Parent-oriented developmental therapy -- Clinical strategies and techniques for different types of infants and young children -- Classification, diagnosis, and treatment of infant and early childhood disorders -- Assessment and treatment of infants and young children with interactive disorders -- Assessment and treatment of infants and young children with regulatory-sensory processing disorders -- Assessment and treatment of infants and young children with neurodevelopmental disorders of relating and communicating -- Prevention and early intervention -- Infants in multi-risk families: a model for developmentally based preventive intervention -- A model for comprehensive prevention and early intervention services for all families.

The authors examine normal development, pathologic development, and the factors that influence these developmental processes, including biological, family/experiential/environmental, and interactive patterns.

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