Childhood Psychiatric Disorders provides an insightful account of clinical approach and theoretical underpinnings of the process of assessment and management of psychiatric disorders seen in children and adolescents. It gives the rationale for the scheme the system to be followed and the step-by-step guidance into comprehensive evaluation of children and adolescents seen in psychiatric clinics. The book is written in a simple and readable style and derives value from long experience and vast expertise of the author in having clinical insights based on the treatment of thousands of children and their families. An essential textbook for all postgraduate students of psychiatry and pediatrics postdoctoral students of child and adolescent psychiatry and clinical child psychologists it also has tremendous value for practicing psychiatrists and pediatricians who are routinely called upon to treat child and adolescent psychiatric disorders.
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