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Coaching Approach Behavior and Leading by Modeling: Rationale, Principles, and a Session-by-Session Description of the CALM Program for Early Childhood Anxiety

Puliafico, Anthony C ; Comer, Jonathan S ; Albano, Anne Marie

Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, November 2013, Vol.20(4), pp.517-528 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Coaching Approach Behavior and Leading by Modeling: Rationale, Principles, and a Session-by-Session Description of the CALM Program for Early Childhood Anxiety
  • Autor: Puliafico, Anthony C ; Comer, Jonathan S ; Albano, Anne Marie
  • Assuntos: Anxiety ; Anxiety Disorders ; Pcit ; Parent Training ; Preschool ; Anxiety ; Anxiety Disorders ; Pcit ; Parent Training ; Preschool
  • É parte de: Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, November 2013, Vol.20(4), pp.517-528
  • Descrição: Whereas the cognitive-behavioral treatment of childhood anxiety has been well-researched and empirically supported over the last 20years, interventions for anxiety in young children (ages 7 and below) have garnered little attention. Because young children generally lack the required developmental skills to effectively engage in cognitive-behavioral treatment, a simple downward extension of treatments used for older children is inappropriate. The CALM program (Coaching Approach behavior and Leading by Modeling) was developed as a developmentally compatible intervention to treat anxiety disorders in young children ages 3 to 7. The CALM program is an adaptation of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and an extension of Pincus, Eyberg, and Choate's (2000) adaptation of PCIT for young children with separation anxiety disorder. It is a parent-focused treatment that teaches parents skills to effectively reinforce their children's brave behavior and coaches the use of these skills...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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