Helping families manage childhood OCD: Decreasing conflict and increasing positive interaction (“Programs that Work” series)

Title: Helping families manage childhood OCD: Decreasing conflict and increasing positive interaction (“Programs that Work” series)
Author: Peris, T.S. & Piacentini, J.
Year: 2016
Description: Helping families manage childhood OCD: Decreasing conflict and increasing positive interaction –  Therapist Guide provides step-by-step detailed procedures for assessing and treating specific problems and diagnoses. The therapist guide addresses the complex challenges in treating childhood OCD that is complicated by poor family functioning. Families of youth with OCD contend with a unique set of difficulties in that they are often intimately involved in symptoms. Distress is the norm for these families and they report high levels of conflict, blame, and symptom accommodation. Positive Family Interaction Therapy (PFIT) for OCD in this guide includes skills training in emotion regulation for the entire family; strategies for helping families recognize and manage their own emotional responses to OCD and allows for more effective problem solving. Treatment can be used as a complement to traditional treatment for pediatric OCD. Handouts and tools are included.

This is part of the “Programs that Work” series that contain manuals and workbooks with step-by-step, detailed procedures for assessing and treating specific problems and diagnoses.

Age Range: Children
Administration: Individual and Group
Inventory: 1 Complete Kit

  • 1 Therapist guide @ $40.00
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Qualification Level: Level A or 3
Test Category: Clinical Assessment
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