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Title A therapist's guide to child development : the extraordinarily normal years / edited by Dee C. Ray
Published New York, NY Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, [2016]

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Description xiv, 208 pages ; 29 cm
Contents pt. I Introduction -- ch. 1 An Overview of Child Development / Dee C. Ray -- An Overview of Child Development -- Developmental Models -- Using This Book -- ch. 2 Developmentally Appropriate Interventions / Dee C. Ray -- The Sequence of Developmentally Effective Therapy -- Interventions -- Conclusions -- pt. II Early Childhood -- ch. 3 The Extraordinary Beginning Years: Birth to 2 Years Old / Liz Ener -- Brain Development/Interpersonal Neurobiology -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices in Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 4 The Extraordinary 3-Year-Old / Kasie R. Lee -- The 3-Year-Old -- The 3 1/2-Year-Old -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices in Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 5 The Extraordinary 4-Year-Old / Jenifer W. Balch -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices in Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- pt. III Middle Childhood -- ch. 6 The Extraordinary 5-Year-Old / Dalena L. Dillman Taylor -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices in Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 7 The Extraordinary 6-Year-Old / Kimberly M. Jayne -- The 6-Year-Old -- The 6 1/2-Year-Old -- Brain Development and Interpersonal Neurobiology -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices for Counseling/therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 8 The Extraordinary 7-Year-Old / Hayley L. Stulmaker -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices in Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 9 The Extraordinary 8-Year-Old / Sinem Akay -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices in Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- pt. IV Late Childhood -- ch. 10 The Extraordinary 9-Year-Old / Brittany J. Wilson -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Gender and Sexual Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices for Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 11 The Extraordinary 10-Year-Old / Lakaavia Taylor -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices in Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 12 The Extraordinary 11-Year-Old / Katie Purswell -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices for Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- ch. 13 The Extraordinary 12-Year-Old / Emily Michero -- Brain Development -- Physical Development -- Cognitive Development -- Worldview/Ego Development -- Emotional Development -- Social Development -- Relationship Development -- Development in the Age of Technology -- Best Practices for Counseling/Therapy -- Conclusion -- pt. V Therapist Resources -- ch. 14 Age-to-Age Series / Kimberly M. Jayne
Summary A Therapist's Guide to Child Development gives therapists and counselors the basics they need to understand their clients in the context of development and to explain development to parents. The chapters take the reader through the various physical, social, and identity developments occurring at each age, explaining how each stage of development is closely linked to mental health and how that is revealed in therapy. This ideal guide for students, as well as early and experienced professionals, will also give readers the tools to communicate successfully with the child s guardians or teachers, including easy-to-read handouts that detail what kind of behaviors are not cause for concern and which behaviors mean it s time to seek help. As an aid to practitioners, this book matches developmental ages with appropriate, evidence-based mental health interventions.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Child psychology.
Child psychotherapy.
Child development.
Author Ray, Dee C.
LC no. 2015016520
ISBN 9781138828964 (hardback)
9781138828971 (paperback)