The Palgrave Handbook of Child Mental Health

Editor/Author O'Reilly, Michelle and Lester, Jessica Nina
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-349-57695-1
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 17
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: June 2017
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A landmark publication in the field, this state of the art reference work includes contributions from leading thinkers across a range of disciplines on topics including ADHD, autism, depression, eating disorders and trauma. It is an essential resource for all those involved or interested in child mental health.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Tables and Figures
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Notes on Contributors
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Part I The Place of Conversation/Discourse Analysis in Child Mental Health
  • 1 The Value of Conversation Analysis for the Study of Children's Mental Health - Alessandra Fasulo
  • 2 The Value of Conversation Analysis: A Child Psychiatrist's Perspective - Khalid Karim
  • 3 The Value of Discourse Analysis: A Clinical Psychologist's View - Nikki Kiyimba
  • 4 Looking or Spotting: A Conversation Analytic Perspective on Interaction between a Humanoid Robot, a Co-present Adult, and a Child with an ASC - Paul Dickerson and Ben Robins
  • 5 ADHD: Three Competing Discourses - Adam Rafalovich
  • Part II A Critical Approach to Child Mental Health
  • 6 Discourses on Children's Mental Health: A Critical Review - Tom Strong and Monica Sesma-Vazquez
  • 7 Child Mental Health: A Discourse Community - Stephen Gilson and Elizabeth DePoy
  • 8 The Social Construction of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - Sami Timimi and Lewis Timimi
  • 9 Moral Evaluations in Repertoires of ADHD - Mary Horton-Salway and Alison Davies
  • 10 Leaving Melancholia: Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder - Valerie Harwood
  • 11 Why Does a Systemic Psychotherapy ‘Work’? - Sim Roy-Chowdhury
  • Part III The Social Construction of Normal/Abnormal
  • 12 Red Flags: The Social Construction of a Symptom - David C. Giles
  • 13 The Production of the ‘Normal Child’: Exploring Co-constructions of Parents, Children, and Therapists - Charlotte Brownlow and Andrea Lamont-Mills
  • 14 Should Autism Be Classified as a Mental Illness/Disability? Evidence from Empirical Work - Michelle O'Reilly, Khalid Karim, and Jessica Nina Lester
  • 15 Subjectivity in Autistic Language: Insights on Pronoun Atypicality from Three Case Studies - Laura Sterponi, Kenton de Kirby, and Jennifer Shankey
  • 16 Normative Development and the Autistic Child - Lindsay O'Dell and Charlotte Brownlow
  • Part IV Situating and Exploring Child Mental Health Difficulties
  • 17 A Conversation Analysis of the Problem Presentation Phase of Initial Assessment Appointments in a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service - Victoria Stafford and Khalid Karim
  • 18 The Discursive Construction of Problem Behaviours of Children with Autism in Therapy - Jessica Nina Lester and Michelle O'Reilly
  • 19 Name-Calling by a Child with Asperger's Syndrome - Johanna Rendle-Short, Ray Wilkinson, and Susan Danby
  • 20 Attachment Processes and Eating Disorders in Families: Research and Clinical Implications - Rudi Dallos and Sarah Pitt
  • 21 Using Discourse Analysis to Study Online Forums for Young People Who Self-Harm - Janet Smithson
  • 22 Using Conversation Analysis for Understanding Children's Talk about Traumatic Events - Amanda Bateman, Susan Danby, and Justine Howard
  • 23 Food, Eating, and ‘Eating Disorders’: Analysing Adolescents’ Discourse - Maxine Woolhouse and Katy Day
  • Part V Managing Problem Behaviour
  • 24 Presuming Communicative Competence with Children with Autism: A Discourse Analysis of the Rhetoric of Communication Privilege - Jessica Nina Lester
  • 25 Parents’ Resources for Facilitating the Activities of Children with Autism at Home - Monica Ramey and John Rae
  • 26 Managing and Normalising Emotions and Behaviour: A Conversation Analytic Study of ADHD Coaching - Louise Bradley and Carly W. Butler
  • 27 Interlocutor Influence on the Communication Behaviours Associated with Selective Mutism - Hanna Schäfer and Tom Muskett
  • 28 ‘I'm Happy with Who I Am’: A Discursive Analysis of the Self-Characterisation Practices of Boys in ‘Behaviour’ Schools - Linda J. Graham
  • Part VI Child Mental Health Practice
  • 29 Therapeutic Vision: Eliciting Talk about Feelings in Child Counselling for Family Separation - Ian Hutchby
  • 30 Parents’ Resistance of Anticipated Blame through Alignment Strategies: A Discursive Argument for Temporary Exclusion of Children from Family Therapy - Nikki Kiyimba and Michelle O'Reilly
  • 31 Parentification: Counselling Talk on a Helpline for Children and Young People - Susan Danby, Jakob Cromdal, Johanna Rendle-Short, Carly W. Butler, Karin Osvaldsson, and Michael Emmison
  • 32 ‘And You? What Do You Think Then?’ Taking Care of Thought and Reasoning in Intellectual Disability - Marilena Fatigante, Saverio Bafaro, and Margherita Orsolini
  • 33 ‘You Just Have to Be Cheerful Really’: Children's Accounts of Ordinariness in Trauma Recovery Talk - Joyce Lamerichs, Eva Alisic, and Marca Schasfoort
  • Glossary
  • References