Empirically Supported Psychosocial Interventions for Children
A Special Issue of the journal of Clinical Child Psychology
Edited by Christopher J. Lonigan, Jean C. Elbert
Psychology Press – 1998 – 104 pages
Attempts to identify empirically supported psychosocial interventions for children with specific disorders and commentary on the state of the research literature in those areas.
Volume 27, Number 2, 1998. Contents:C.J. Lonigan, J.C. Elbert, S.B. Johnson, Empirically Supported Psychosocial Interventions for Children: An Overview. N.J. Kaslow, M.P. Thompson, Psychosocial Interventions for Child and Adolescent Depression. T.H. Ollendick, N.J. King, Empirically Supported Treatments for Children With Phobic and Anxious Disorders: Current Status. S.J. Rogers, Empirically Supported Comprehensive Treatments for Young Children With Autism. E.V. Brestan, S.M. Eyberg, Effective Psychosocial Treatments of Conduct-Disordered Children and Adolescents: 29 Years, 82 Studies, and 5272 Kids. W.E. Pelham, Jr., T. Wheeler, A. Chronis, Empirically Supported Psychosocial Treatments for ADHD. J.R. Weisz, K.M. Hawley, Finding, Evaluating, Refining, and Applying Empirically Supported Treatments for Children and Adolescents. A.E. Kazdin, P.C. Kendall, Current Progress and Future Plans for Developing Effective Treatments: Comments and Perspectives.