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Depression in children and adolescents

Editors:
DWIVEDI Kedar Nath, VARMA Ved Prakash
Publisher:
Whurr
Publication year:
1997
Pagination:
153p.,bibliog.
Place of publication:
London

Childhood and adolescent depression increased dramatically in the past forty to fifty years. The average age of onset has fallen. During childhood the number of boys and girls affected are almost equal. In adolescence, twice as many girls as boys are diagnosed. (Similar to adult rate) Repeated episodes of depression can take a great toll on a young mind. Well over half of depressed adolescents have a recurrence within seven years. Children with Major Depression have an increased incidence of Bipolar Disorder and recurrent Major Depression.

Book

A handbook of childhood anxiety management

Editors:
DWIVEDI Kedar Nath, VARMA Ved Prakash
Publisher:
Arena
Publication year:
1997
Pagination:
269p.,bibliog.
Place of publication:
Aldershot

Contains chapters on: epidemiology of anxiety disorders; sources of anxiety; assessment with a view to treatment planning; assessing and monitoring anxiety in children; cognitive behavioural therapy; family therapy; play therapy; group therapy; pharmacotherapy of anxiety disorders; hypnotherapy in children; cultural aspects of anxiety in children; the management of school phobia; and anxiety associated with learning difficulties.

Book

Meeting the needs of ethnic minority children: a handbook for professionals

Editors:
DWIVEDI Kedar Nath, VARMA Ved Prakash
Publisher:
Jessica Kingsley
Publication year:
1996
Pagination:
205p.,bibliogs.
Place of publication:
London

Multidisciplinary book looking at health, education and welfare of children from black and minority ethnic communities. Includes chapters on: West Indian children and education; anti-racist strategies for educational performance; adoption of children from minority groups; residential care; health needs; psychiatric needs; and family therapy.

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