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Petti and Salguero have provided a practical guide for providing services. They cover clinical, ethical, administrative, and other problems likely to emerge and how they can be prevented or surmounted. This is a superb contribution that takes community work to new heights and will palpably improve the lives of children, adolescents, and families. Kazdin, Ph. This comprehensive text is designed to help those professionals who serve children and adolescents in community-based settings.
Serving children with mental illnesses and emotional challenges is always vexing given the number of distinct service systems that interact with these individuals and their families. Additionally, to be successful requires cooperation among these systems and the wide range of professionals involved in the life of the child. The power of this book lies in its practicality. Covered are the important tasks and functions of the core professional disciplines, the role of the key service providers and settings that shape the lives of children, all with an emphasis on the tasks necessary to create child and family centered services that work.
Community Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: A Manual of Clinical Practice and Consultation needs to be read and digested by every professional engaged in clinical services in community ages and schools and should be required reading in every child and adolescent psychiatry residency training program. This book is a gem, loaded with critical information, laced with excellent clinical and administrative vignettes, enhanced by pertinent yet concise bibliographies, and written in a practical readable, non-cookbook fashion. Theodore A. Petti, M. Carlos Salguero, M. I Accept. Description Child psychiatrists and psychologists, clinical nurses, social workers, and other mental health practitioners working in the public sector—where limited funds, poverty, social environments, and bureaucracy add to the daily challenges—can now turn to Community Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for approaches and insights to make their work easier and more productive.
Write a review Name. Enter Review Here. Musser Professor of Psychology and Child Psychiatry, New Haven, Connecticut This comprehensive text is designed to help those professionals who serve children and adolescents in community-based settings. Patrick Sullivan, Professor, Indiana University School of Social Work Community Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: A Manual of Clinical Practice and Consultation needs to be read and digested by every professional engaged in clinical services in community ages and schools and should be required reading in every child and adolescent psychiatry residency training program.