Anxiety and Depression (häftad)
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Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
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Anxiety and Depression (häftad)

Anxiety and Depression

How to Help

Häftad,  Engelska, 2022-05-31
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Part of the How to Help series of books exploring issues commonly faced by children and young people at home and in school, Anxiety and Depression offers a complete introduction to these complex, sensitive topics. Sending a hopeful and encouraging message to parents and teachers regarding the benefits of mental health knowledge and awareness, especially in the aftermath of Covid which has worsened an already critical situation in relation to young people's mental health, the book looks first at the general nature of these issues and presents a range of approaches for support. Individual chapters then look at a range of specific problems and their key features. Drawing on case studies to show how supportive strategies can play out in the real world, Gerri Brady explores why pulling together can be a huge factor in achieving positive outcomes - and shows how parents, carers, teachers and schools can help.
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GERRI BRADY is an experienced psychological therapist who works with adults, children and young people and families at First Psychology Centre in Edinburgh. She has worked in a primary care adult mental health, university counselling and a specialist outreach team for schools. She is trained in CBT, Person-Centred Counselling, Trauma Focused CBT, Compassion Focused Therapy and Mindfulness. She is also qualified in Play Therapy, and she combines this with a Systemic approach for family therapy. Geraldine works in an evidence-based way with clients with a wide range of difficulties including phobias, social anxiety, panic disorder, trauma, health anxiety, stress, OCD, GAD, mood issues, depression, anger, low self-esteem, insomnia, bereavement, relationship issues and problems of adjustment relating to life transitions. She is also experienced in working with families who are living with emotional and behavioural difficulties such as ADHD and autism.


Table of Contents Series Preface; About the Author; Author's Preface; How to Use This Book Part 1: Introduction 1. What are anxiety and depression?; 2. Prevalence and provision; 3. Causes and consequences; 4. Identifying problems at home and in school; Ten key things to know about anxiety and depression Part 2: Contexts and approaches for support 5. Where to begin; 6. Talking about difficult feelings; 7. Strategies for coping and general wellbeing; 8. Physical wellbeing and self-care; 9. Mental well-being and self-care; 10. Challenging unhelpful thoughts; 11. Recognising avoidant behaviours; 12. The school environment and culture; 13. In the classroom Part 3: Anxiety 14. Types of anxiety and when to seek help; 15. Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD); 16. Panic attacks; 17. Separation anxiety; 18. Social anxiety; 19. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); 20. Specific phobias; 21. School anxiety; 22. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD); 23. OCD-related disorders Part 4: Low mood and depression 24. The teenage brain and mood difficulties; 25. Depression and low mood; 26. Specific strategies for depression Part 5: Conclusion 27. Summary; 28. A last word to parents and carers; 29. A last word to teachers and schools