Counseling and Therapy -- Adolescents
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is counseling adolescents.
· Bernstein, N. (1996). Treating the unmanageable adolescent: A guide to oppositional defiant and conduct disorders. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
· Gil, E. (1996). Treating abused adolescents. New York: Guilford Press.
· Hanna, F.J., and Hunt, W.P. (1999). Techniques for psychotherapy with defiant, aggressive adolescents. Psychotherapy, 36(1), 56-68.
· Ho, M.K. (1992). Minority children and adolescents in therapy. Newbury Park: CA: Sage Publications.
· Rubenstein, A. (1996). Interventions for a scattered generation: Treating adolescents in the nineties. Psychotherapy, 33(3), 353-360.
· Wexler, D.B. (1991). The adolescent self: Strategies for self-management, self-soothing, and self-esteem in adolescents. New York: W.W. Norton.
· Biever, J.L., McKenzie, K., Wales-North, M., and González, R.C. (1995). Stories and solutions in psychotherapy with adolescents. Adolescence, 30(118), 491-499.
· Church, E. (1994). The role of autonomy in adolescent psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 31(1), 101-108.
· Goulding, R.A., Schwartz, R.C. (1995). The mosaic mind: Empowering the tormented selves of child abuse survivors. W.W. Norton.
· Hanna, F.J. (1996). Precursors of change: Pivotal points of involvement and resistance in psychotherapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 6(3), 227-264.
· Hanna, F.J., Hanna, C.A., and Keys, S.G. (1999. Fifty strategies for counseling defiant and aggressive adolescents: Reaching, accepting, and relating. Journal of Counseling and Development, 77(4), 395-404.
· Hanna, F.J., and Ottens, A.J. (1995). The role of wisdom in psychotherapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 5(3), 195-219.
· Hanna, F.J., and Puhakka, K. (1991). When psychotherapy works: Pinpointing an element of change. Psychotherapy, 28(4), 598-607.
· Hanna, F.J., and Ritchie, M.H. (1995). Seeking the active ingredients of psychotherapeutic change: Within and outside the context of therapy. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 26(2), 176-183.
· Harper, P.B. (1996). Are we not men? Masculine anxiety and the problem of African-American identity. Oxford University Press.
· Kierulff, S. (1988). Sheep in the midst of wolves: Personal-responsibility therapy with criminal personalities. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 19(4), 436-440.
· Liddle, H.A. (1995). Conceptual and clinical dimensions of a multidimensional, multisystems engagement strategy in family-based adolescent treatment. Psychotherapy, 32(1), 39-58.
· Rubenstein, A., Zager, K. (1995). Training in adolescent treatment: Where is psychology? Psychotherapy, 32(1), 2-6.
· Samenow, S.E. (1989). Before it's too late. Times Books.
· Sommers-Flanagan, J., and Sommers-Flanagan, R. (1995). Psychotherapeutic techniques with treatment-resistant adolescents. Psychotherapy, 32(1), 131-140.
· Strean, H.S. (1993). Resolving counterresistances in psychotherapy. Brunner/Mazel.
· Tate, D.C., Reppucci, N.D., and Mulvey, E.P. (1995). Violent juvenile delinquents: Treatment effectiveness and implications for future action. American Psychologist, 50(9), 777-781.
· Trepper, T.S. (Ed.). (1991). Adolescents and their families: An introduction to assessment and intervention. Haworth Press.
· Van Wagoner, S.L., Gelso, C.L., Hayes, J.A., and Diemer, R.A. (1991). Countertransference and the reputedly excellent therapist. Psychotherapy, 28(3), 411-421.
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