Clinical Child Psychiatry
This clinical reference on child psychiatry presents the most common psychiatric disorders found in children and adolescents, followed by some of the less common disorders seen in practice. Explicit treatments for each disease or disorder make this an excellent reference text. Heavily illustrated for better comprehension, this book also includes a fundamentals section presenting basic concepts and techniques used in child psychiatry; and coverage of special problems in the child, including sleep disorders, loss of a parent, and other challenges in modern practice.
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and Adolescent Psychiatric Lisa Hardy and Hans Steiner
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