Working With Children And Young People: A Guide To Clinical Psychology, Psychotherapy And Mental Health
Perfect for psychology students, professionals and anyone into psychology.
Clinical psychologists work with children and young people to decrease psychological distress, improve lives and give them hope for the future.
In this fascinating, engaging and informative psychology book, you'll learn about:
How clinical psychologists work with children and young people?
What Child And Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are?
How psychologists work with autistic people?
What's paediatric psychology?
And so much more.
If you want a great, easy-to-understand book with an engaging, conversational tone, then this is the book for you.
Working With Children And Young People Content Includes
Part One: Child And Adolescent Mental Health Services
What Areas We’ll Look At In The Book?
What Are CAMHS?
Introduction To Why CAMH Services Are Needed?
More On The Need For CAMHS
What Are The Tier 4 Structures Of CAMHS?
What So CAMHS Actually Do?
What’s The Typical Structure Of Tier 3 CAMHS?
Tier 4 And Tier 2 CAMHS
Part Two: Child Development Centres
Clinical Psychology In Child Developmental Settings
Clinical Psychologists And Autism Assessments
How Do Clinical Psychologists In Child Development Centres Work?
Two Typical Autistic Case Examples
Part Three: Paediatric Psychology
Clinical Psychologists In Paediatric Health Settings
Are Paediatric Clinical Psychologists Effective?
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