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This in turn set the stage for Mr. and Mrs. D. , “I must be a bad parent”), thereby reducing associated feelings of guilt and personal distress. Treatment Plan Given the multiple problems inherent in Jason’s clinical presentation, it was quite clear that no one treatment could address all of his clinical management needs. , 2001), was adopted. This included a trial of stimulant medication, classroom modifications, and home management strategies, as well as individual counseling for Mrs. D. In view of the fact that Jason was also displaying mild symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as peer relationship problems, Mr.
GERRARD A fundamental premise of standard models of cognitive therapy (Beck, 1976; J. Beck, 1995) is that faulty thinking—that is, maladaptive or negativistic thought patterns—contributes to the development and maintenance of many psychological problems. , depression, anxiety), cognitive therapy has an impressive track record, with many years of research and clinical practice supporting its use (Dobson, 1989; Harrington, Campbell, Shoebridge, & Whittaker, 1998; Solomon & Haaga, in press). Unfortunately, this same type of success has not been evident in the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD).
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