Adolescent Mental Health
Prevention and Intervention
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Adolescent Mental Health: Prevention and Intervention is a concise and accessible overview of our current knowledge on effective treatment and prevention programs for young people with mental health problems. Whilst addressing some of the most common mental health issues among young people, such as behavioral problems and drug-related difficulties, it also offers a fuller understanding of the evidence-based treatment and prevention programs that are built upon what we know about how these behavioral and emotional problems develop and are sustained.
The volume illustrates contemporary and empirically supported interventions and prevention efforts through a series of case studies. It has been fully updated in line with the latest NICE and DSM-V guidelines, and now includes an added chapter on implementation, and what factors facilitate implementation processes of intervention efforts.
Adolescent Mental Health: Prevention and Intervention will be essential reading for students and practitioners in the fields of child welfare and mental health services, and any professional working with adolescents at risk of developing mental health problems.
1. Adolescent Development 2. Evidence-Based Intervention and Prevention 3. Externalizing Problems: Risk, Prevention and Treatment 4. Internalizing Problems: Anxiety and Depression 5. Alcohol and Drug Use 6. Social Competence and Social Skills 7. Adolescent Mental Health and the School System 8. Special Challenges to Helping Adolescents with Mental Health Needs Appendix. Perspectives on Adolescent Development
Kristine Amlund Hagen, Ph.D., is senior researcher at the Norwegian Center for Child Behavioral Development. Her research has focused on social competence, antisocial behavior, implementation of intervention efforts, and risk and protective factors.