2 edition of Cognitive-behavioral interventions in educational settings found in the catalog.
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|An introduction to a school-based cognitive-behavioral framework / Rosemary B. Mennuti, Ray W. Christner, and Arthur Freeman Multicultural issues in working with children and families : responsive intervention in the educational setting / Samuel O. Ortiz A cognitive-behavioral case conceptualization approach for working with children and adolescents / Virginia B. Murphy and Ray W. Christner School-based interventions for anxiety disorders / Elizabeth A. Gosch and Ellen Flannery-Schroeder School refusal behavior / Christopher A. Kearney, Amie Lemos, and Jenna Silverman Understanding and treating selective mutism / Christy A. Mulligan and Ray W. Christner Understanding depression in children and adolescents : cognitive behavioral interventions / A. Renee Donoghue ... [et al.] Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder / George J. DuPaul, Rosemary E. Vile Junod, and Lizette M. Flammer A cognitive-behavioral approach with underachieving gifted youth / Victoria B. Damiani Cognitive-behavioral interventions for participants in bullying and coercion / Beth Doll and Susan M. Swearer Working with angry and aggressive youth / Ray W. Christner, Robert D. Friedberg & Laura Sharp Personality disorders among children and adolescents : are euphemistic labels hindering time sensitive interventions? / Arthur Freeman and Jason M. Duff Cognitive-behavioral interventions for individuals with developmental disabilities in school settings / Michael R. Petronko Cognitive-behavioral interventions with autism spectrum disorder / Daniel H. Ingram Female adolescents with eating disorders : a cognitive-behavioral approach / Rosemary B. Mennuti, Andrea Bloomgarden, and Nicole Gabriel Substance abuse prevention : school-based cognitive-behavioral approaches / Susan G. Forman Sexual minority youth : school-based issues and interventions / Erica M. Weiler Interventions for health problems : a multisystemic cognitive-behavioral approach / Thomas J. Power and Branlyn E. Werba Parent consultation : a cognitive-behavioral perspective / Ray W. Christner, Jessica L. Stewart, and Lori Lennon Working with family systems from a cognitive behavioral perspective in educational settings / Stuart Badner and Jill K. Carey-Melton Cognitive-behavioral strategies for school behavioral consultation / Barbara Bole Williams, Diane L. Smallwood, and Terry M. Molony Cognitive-behavioral approaches to school crisis response / Diane L. Smallwood, Barbara B. Williams, and Dawn M. McDonald The future of cognitive-behavioral interventions in schools / David M. Poponi and Rosemary B. Mennuti Concluding remarks / Ray W. Christner, Rosemary B. Mennuti, and Arthur Freeman.|
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