Monday, October 23, 2017
What Does Conventional Child Psychotherapy Really Look Like?
It’s all too common to read “alternative” psychotherapists' claims that conventional psychological treatments are ineffective or even harmful, and especially that they interfere with parents’ authority and tempt children to criticize and resist their parents. None of these things are true, of course.
Watch these videos, created by clinical psychology graduate students, to see what actually happens in conventional child psychotherapies whose effectiveness is supported by good research evidence.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adolescent Depression
by Brooke Merrow & Kendal Binion
Coping Cat to Treat Anxiety in Children and Adolescents
by Andrea Slosser & Shira Kern
Parent Management Training for Childhood Behavior Problems
by Adam Ripley & Alejandra Reyna
What is Trauma-Focused CBT for Children & Adolescents?
by Kati Lear & Sarah Steinmetz