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Language Disorders in Children and Adolescents

28, Advances in Psychotherapy - Evidence-Based Practice
Clinical and child psychologists, child psychiatrists, counselors
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Language impairment in childhood and adolescence: presentation, diagnosis, assessment,and empirically validated treatment.
As many as half of children and adolescents presenting for mental health services
have language impairments, often undiagnosed. This book offers a clear and comprehensive
description of language impairment emerging in childhood and its
implications for clinical practice with children and adolescents. The book is filled
with many clinical pearls and examples of the way language impairment impacts
on the child’s symptom picture and influences treatment. After discussing ICD-10
and the new DSM-5 criteria, it provides the reader with an easy-to-follow plan on
how to conduct the assessment with the child and parents, and the steps to take
in initiating treatment. Unique modifications to empirically validated treatments
are recommended for language-impaired children with comorbid anxiety or disruptive
behavior disorders. Anyone who works with children and adolescents will
benefit from this book.
Table of Contents
1 Description
1.1 Terminology
1.1.1 Terms for Language Difficulties
1.1.2 Diagnostic Criteria for Language Disorders
1.1.3 Alternative Classification Frameworks for
Language Impairment
1.1.4 Speech Disorders
1.1.5 Historical Terms
1.2. Definition
1.2.1 Language Domains
1.2.2 Late Language Emergence
1.2.3 Diagnostic Criteria: Language Impairment /
Language Disorders
1.2.4 Expressive Language Impairment
1.2.5 Receptive Language Impairment
1.2.6 Definitional Issues
1.2.7 Stigma, Labeling, and Terminology
1.3 Epidemiology
1.3.1 Sex Ratio, Cultural and Socioeconomic
Factors
1.4 Course and Prognosis
1.4.1 Early Childhood: Late Language Emergence
1.4.2 Child and Adolescent Development
1.4.3 Adult Outcomes
1.5 Differential Diagnosis
1.5.1 Developmental Delay / Intellectual
Disabilities / Mental Retardation
1.5.2 Environmental Deprivation
1.5.3 Autism Spectrum Disorder / Pervasive
Developmental Disorders
1.5.4 Selective Mutism
1.6 Comorbidities
1.6.1 Phonological Disorder
1.6.2 Learning Disabilities
1.6.3 Anxiety Disorders
1.6.4 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
1.6.5 Conduct Disorders / Delinquency
1.6.6 Other Mental Health Concerns
1.7 Diagnostic and Procedures and Documentation
1.7.1 Language Screening
1.7.2 Language Assessment
1.7.3 Assessment Tools for Behavioral and
Emotional Concerns
2 Theories and Models of Language Disorders in Children
and Adolescents
2.1 Typical Language Development
2.1.1 Prenatal and Neonatal Development
2.1.2 Environmental Support for Language
Learning
2.1.3 Critical / Sensitive Periods
2.2. Language Impairment / Language Disorders
2.2.1 Genetics and Language Impairment
2.2.2 Information Processing and Working
Memory Limitations
2.2.3 Hearing Impairment and Otitis Media
2.2.4 Environmental Factors
2.3 Models Linking LI and Psychosocial Outcomes
2.3.1 Parent-–Child Relationship
2.3.2 Unrecognized Comprehension Problems
2.3.3 Self-Regulation
2.3.4 Social Problems
2.3.5 Academic Achievement Issues and
Competence
3 Diagnosis and Treatment Indications
3.1 Diagnostic Approach
3.2 Treatment Indications
3.2.1 Guidance
4 Treatment
4.1 Methods of Treatment
4.1.1 General Treatment Guidelines
4.1.2 Focus on Language]
4.1.3 Comorbid Language Disorders: Clarifying
the Issues
4.1.4 Organizing the Treatment
4.1.5 Core Therapeutic Approaches
4.1.6 Therapeutic Considerations for Adolescents
With LI
4.1.7 Social Skills Training Programs
4.2 Mechanisms of Action
4.2.1 Working With the Environment
4.2.2 Working With the Child
4.3 Efficacy and Prognosis
4.3.1 Anxiety Disorders
4.3.2 Disruptive Behavior Disorders: ADHD /
ODD / CD
4.4 Variations and Combinations of Methods
4.4.1 Use of Medication
4.5 Problems in Carrying Out the Treatments
4.5.1 Working With Parents
4.5.2 Addressing Pragmatic Issues
4.5.3 Therapist–Child Relationship
4.5.4 Resistance
4.6 Multicultural, Gender, and Social Disadvantage Issues
4.6.1 Gender Issues
4.6.2 Bilingual and Multilingual Children
4.6.3 Social Disadvantage
5 Further Reading
6 References
7 Appendix: Tools and Resources

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Autor: Joseph H. Beitchman
ISBN-13 :: 9781613343388
ISBN: 1613343388
Verlag: Hogrefe Publishing
Seiten: 136
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1, 1., 2014
Sonstiges: Ebook