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Behavioral Disorders in Children: Ecosystemic Psychodynamic Interventions within the Family and School Context
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Authors: Elias E. Kourkoutas (University of Crete) 
Book Description:
This book aims to present an extensive review of the available research evidence regarding children with behavioral problems, together with a synthesis of new theoretical and epistemological models whose purpose is to examine and address critical issues within the school and family context. The key elements that characterize the intrapsychic and interpersonal functioning, as well as the family dynamics of these children, are presented analytically from a developmental and transactional perspective. Additionally, the risk and protective factors related to schools and academic inclusion of children with behavioral problems are analyzed and discussed in the light of current research data. Particular emphasis is also given to presenting the main features of contemporary psychoeducational and psychotherapeutic interventions which address the wide range of disruptive behaviors in order to successfully include these children in mainstream schools. A central argument of this book is that professionals who work with these children should go beyond symptomatic reactions to meet the vulnerable and suffering child behind the disordered behavior. The final purpose of this work is to suggest a holistic model of treating behavioral problems using a meaningful synthesis of various theoretical approaches and techniques. More specifically, an ecological comprehensive child-centered model is proposed that takes into account each child’s particular traits, vulnerabilities and strengths, as well as the dynamics of his/her family and school environment. Finally, the author argues against both the classical clinical approaches of behavioral problems that decontextualize and pathologize every behavioral deviation, and a strict adherence to manualized approaches that impose on teachers and other professionals an experimentally tested intervention model that often has little ecological validity. The book is enriched by a series of brief clinical cases aimed at outlining the emotional reactions of parents and teachers, as well as presenting the psychological interventions that might be appropriate in each particular case of behavioral difficulties. This is a thought-provoking book that integrates contemporary theoretical considerations with practical clinical and educational guidelines. For this reason, it can be useful for clinical and school psychologists, classroom teachers, special educators, and all mental health professionals who work or are in contact with children with varying degrees and forms of behavioral problems. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Children with various forms of disabilities and school psychosocial services pp.1-10

Chapter 2. Externalizing problems and aggressive behaviors: Reflections on taxonomic, developmental and contextual issues pp.11-18

Chapter 3. Systemic developmental thinking and behavioral problems pp.19-26

Chapter 4. Risk factors associated with the development of behavioral problems and disorders in infants and in school age children pp.27-56

Chapter 5. Characteristics of parents of children with behavioral problems and patterns of interaction pp.57-58

Chapter 6. Risk and protective factors related to school environment pp.59-64

Chapter 7. Teachers’ emotional and educational reactions toward children with behavioral problems pp.65-70

Chapter 8. Classroom interventions pp.71-78

Chapter 9. Psychosocial interventions and curriculum-based programs in schools pp.79-82

Chapter 10. Specialized psycho-therapeutic and psychosocial interventions pp.83-88

Chapter 11. Holistic Psychodynamic Model pp.89-98

Chapter 12. Conclusions regarding psychosocial and psycho-therapeutic interventions pp.99-100

Chapter 13. Issues related to critical situations within the classroom and the school context pp.101-104

Chapter 14. Psychodynamic systemic principles and child psychotherapy pp.105-120

Chapter 15. Counseling teachers who work with students with aggressive or disruptive behaviors pp.121-126

Chapter 16. Basic principles of psycho-educational intervention for children with behavior problems pp.127-138

Chapter 17. Conclusions pp.139-142

References pp.143-178

Index pp.179-189

   Series:
      Children's Issues, Laws and Programs
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012-March
   Pages: 189.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61470-718-9
   Status: AV
  
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