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For patients who are not very verbal, an opportunity to draw (with pencils, crayons, or washable markers) can help them feel comfortable enough to engage in conversation. Young children 12 TABLE 2–4. , dollhouse, stuffed animals, blocks, clay) than with a formal interview. Some clinicians previously believed that asking children direct questions about their symptoms was harmful, but research has disproved this theory. Clinicians must ask children direct questions (using wording that is adapted to the child’s developmental level) to understand their emotional states.
These syndromes are characterized by the chronicity and severity of clusters of problem behaviors that differentiate them from the mild behavior problems that are highly prevalent in typical children. ” DSM-IV-TR defines three subtypes of ADHD: combined type (meeting criteria for both inattention and hyperactivity–impulsivity), predominantly inattentive type, and predominantly hyperactive– impulsive type (Table 3–1). The predominantly inattentive type is similar, but not identical, to the DSM-III (American Psychiatric Association 1980) category of attention-deficit disorder without hyperactivity.
Clinical judgments regarding anticipated treatment effectiveness, efficiency, and risk–benefit ratio may lead to selection of a single form of treatment or multimodal therapies. Interventions may be administered simultaneously or sequentially, as the child or family requires or is able to make use of additional treatment. Parental motivation or ability to carry out the treatment plan may strongly influence treatment decisions. For example, unusual strengths of a family may avert hospitalization of a psychotic or suicidal child, or limitations may prevent implementation of family therapy or maintenance of the child living at home.