By Robert D. Friedberg PhD, Jessica M. McClure PsyD, Jolene Hillwig Garcia MD
Supplying a wealth of functional interventions and activities--all geared up inside a cutting-edge modular framework--this necessary booklet is helping baby clinicians extend their intervention toolkits. development at the bestselling scientific perform of Cognitive treatment with little ones and teens, which addresses the fundamentals of remedy, Friedberg et. al., of their most recent quantity, offer extra powerful methods for enticing hard-to-reach consumers, addressing hard difficulties, and concentrating on specific cognitive and behavioral talents. enjoyable and efficient video games, crafts, and different actions are defined in step by step element. exact positive aspects comprise over 30 reproducible varieties and handouts, which bookbuyers may also obtain and print from Guilford's web site. (20100201)
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They will need more concrete referents. Friedberg and McClure (2002) suggested the use of different levels of colored water or colored beads in clear cups to represent emotional gradients. Additionally, we frequently use hand gestures paired with verbal descriptors. ” Watch, Warning, Storm! Ages: 7–11 years. Purpose: Scaling technique; monitoring emotional intensities. Materials Needed: •• Watch, Warning, Storm! 1). •• Pencil or pen. Teaching children to track their feelings at different intensities is a key emotional self-monitoring task.
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Cognitive Therapy Techniques for Children and Adolescents: Tools for Enhancing Practice by Robert D. Friedberg PhD, Jessica M. McClure PsyD, Jolene Hillwig Garcia MD