In Innovative Mental Health Interventions for Children: Programs that Work, leading authorities in child and family mental health provide compelling descriptions of these clinically validated and economically feasible prevention programs. This vital book provides clinical psychologists and trainers with descriptions of the most successful prevention programs that have addressed children's mental health problems. Each chapter describes an internationally recognized program, examining its mission and goals, key treatment ingredients, logistical and operational considerations, evaluation data, and replicability/transportability considerations.TABLE 1 (continued) Week Skill Streaming Moral ReasoningTraining Anger Control Training 7 Dealing with an Accusation Lt. ... Think about ways to answer the own anger-provoking persona#39;s accusation. behavior. ... 10 Responding to Failure The desert Overall Review 1. ... Give reinforcement for participation and encourage trainees to continue. sion, ways to control their anger, and ... The atmosphere of the group, whether it is a safe place, free from put-downs, bullying, etc. is critical.
|Title||:||Innovative Mental Health Interventions for Children|
|Author||:||Steven I Pfeiffer, Linda A Reddy|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-01-27|