By Peter Fuggle
This e-book uniquely addresses the applying of CBT to little ones and youngsters inside overall healthiness, college and neighborhood contexts. This publication presents available wisdom and perform talents for pro employees operating with bothered teenagers and adolescents in real-world settings. Front-line practitioners in general face young ones with advanced styles of problems that don't healthy transparent diagnostic different types. on the heart of this ebook is the kid, the authors relocating outwards to hide youth itself, the rules, center perform and methods of CBT and its edition to the context of the treatment.
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E. they do not use strategies across contexts even when they know they work. So younger children may be able to learn new strategies under certain conditions, but they are less likely to apply them spontaneously in situations where the strategy would be useful. For CBT practitioners, the problem of how to ensure that within-session learning is generalised to other settings is familiar. Siegler’s Adaptive Strategy Choice Model (Siegler, 1996; Crowley & Siegler, 1999) showed that although children use more sophisticated strategies with increased practice and age, these do not replace simpler strategies but remain alongside new ones and older strategies may be ‘selected’ by the child in certain contexts, particularly when faced with new problems.
As already emphasised, CBT with children and young people needs to be firmly embedded within an understanding of the child’s family and home circumstances. The CBT therapist needs to be aware that her own cultural (and professional) beliefs about children may not be shared by her clients and that exploration of such beliefs may be a key aspect of developing an effective collaboration with both the parent and the child. indd 40 09/10/2012 12:03:08 PM 41 The Wider Context The knowledge base CBT with children and young people involves exploration of the beliefs of young people and their parents related to the presenting problem.
For some adolescents, face-to-face verbal interaction with the therapist may be quite aversive and the CBT therapist may want to find more indirect and creative and perhaps playful ways of working together. Again it may be hard to find a balance between more adult and more playful styles of interaction. Overall, the challenge for the CBT therapist is to harness the potential value of play to support the goals of the intervention. The knowledge base Play has a central importance in child development.