AAP Healthy Development and Well-Child Support Chart
Addressing development in all age-groups, including middle childhood and adolescenceon a topics involved in a pediatric well-child visit including: developmental and social-emotional milestones, adolescent development, mental health, behavioral concerns, toxic stress and resilience,
Child Development, Fourth Edition
Provides a developmental framework for clinical practice; exploring how children of different ages typically behave, think and relate to other. Focuses on infancy, toddlerhood, the preschool years, and middle childhood.
Whole-Child Development, Learning, and Thriving
Discusses the whole-child development, learning, and thriving through a dynamic systems theory lens that focuses on the United States and includes an analysis of historical challenges in the American public education system, including inequitable resources, opportunities, and outcomes.
Fostering Healthy Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Development in Children and Youth
Healthy mental, emotional, and behavioral (MEB) development is a critical foundation for a productive adulthood. This book identifies the complexities of childhood influences and highlights the need for a tailored approach when implementing new policies and practices and provides a framework for a cohesive, multidisciplinary national approach to improving MEB health.
Moral Development and Behavior: New Research
The aim of this book is to discuss the concepts, challenges, and successes related to developing character and moral decision making in students of a variety of ages.
The Social Skills Handbook: Practical Activities for Social Communication
Based on well-established therapeutic principles, this book offers practical guidance for setting up and running social skills sessions. Includes an overview of social communication theory and the principles of groupwork which forms a solid foundation for the session and activity guidance.
Theory of Mind in Middle Childhood and Adolescence : Integrating Multiple Perspectives
Integrating diverse perspectives on how humans understand others' minds (or ‘theory of mind') beyond early childhood into middle childhood and adolescence this book explores how the neural, cognitive, and social changes of middle childhood and adolescence shape the ongoing development of theory of mind, and how theory of mind helps children navigate their lives.
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