alexa Toward a cognitive-behavioral model of child psychopathology and a critique of related interventions.


Clinical and Experimental Psychology

Author(s): Kendall PC

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Abstract A cognitive-behavioral model recognizes the interdependencies of cognitive, affective, social, developmental, and behavioral factors in the etiology and remediation of childhood psychopathology. The model is concerned with the cognitive distortions and deficiencies that surround behavioral events and emphasizes the combination of treatment strategies with the therapist as a remediation organizer. Recommendations are made regarding treatment expectations, the specificity of the cognition-disorder relationship, the quality of the application of the training, and the need for further involvement of the child in the therapeutic curriculum.
This article was published in J Abnorm Child Psychol and referenced in Clinical and Experimental Psychology

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