Chronic and persistent pain syndromes are as much behavioral and psychological problems as physical or medical problems. Mental health professionals involved in pain management must have a thorough knowledge of the latest pain management techniques in order to select the best methods and strategies for helping each patient cope with pain. Pain Management Psychotherapy is the most up-to-date comprehensive guide available for the psychological treatment of chronic pain. It addresses the behavioral, emotional, sensory-physiological, cognitive, and interpersonal aspects of pain problems and provides accessible technical knowledge that enables practitioners to alleviate unnecessary pain and suffering.
The Pain Patient Profile assessment is a 44-item, self-report, multiple-choice instrument designed to help identify patients who are experiencing emotional distress associated with primary complaints of pain. The P-3 assessment is designed for patients suffering pain as a result of physical trauma, disease, or illness.
Share a wealth of information with parents of preschool and school-age children with communication disorders. Cover topics ranging from specific disorders and explanations to activities parents can do at home with their children. This resource covers the emotional realities of living with a child who has special needs, and offers practical advice and encouragement. Several articles are written by parents, for parents.
Parent Articles for Early Intervention: Articles for parents of special needs children ages birth through 3 years. Practical information on therapeutic ways to interact with their child with special needs; 102 reproducible articles in all.
The Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ) is part of the BASC-2 family, helping you understand parent-child relationships.
The Parenting Satisfaction Scale (PSS) helps identify troubled parent-child relationships. Parenting attitudes, child custody, family therapy
The Parents' Observation of INfants and Toddlers (POINT) is a developmental rating scale designed to identify young children with potential problems who may be in need of further diagnostic assessment.
The Peabody Articulation Decks (PAD) include over 400 illustrated cards to help with articulation intervention.
The Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS–2) combine in-depth assessment with training or remediation of gross and fine motor skills.
Use Peabody Early Experiences Kit (PEEK) activities for cognitive, social and language skill development.
The Peabody Individual Achievement Test-Revised-Normative Update (PIAT-R/NU) helps measure academic achievement across six subtests: General Information, Reading Recognition, Reading Comprehension, Written Expression, Mathematics, Spelling.
The Peabody Language Development Kits (PLDK-1) include 180 lessons that present a balanced program of oral language and cognitive development with durable, inviting materials.
The Peabody Language Development Kits (PLDK-P) include materials that provide practice in labeling language, constructing sentences, and thinking logically.
PPVT™-4 (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Fourth Edition ): the outstanding vocabulary assessment that has been unsurpassed for nearly a half century. Quick, easy, and reliable as ever, the test helps you foster growth in language and literacy.
PPVT-III (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test) is a quick, easy, and reliable vocabulary assessment.
Pearson’s automated scoring, testing and assessment solutions accelerate learning for corporations, government agencies, and learning institutions around the
Achieve early independence through balance training. Make these guarded unassisted balance activities part of your treatment sessions and home programs. The activities, which integrate balance training with treatment goals and strategies, are appropriate for children ages 1-18 with conditions such as myelomeningocele, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, or balance deficits.
The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) helps evaluate functional disabilities with score forms and an easy-to-understand manual. Stephen M. Haley, Wendy J. Coster, Larry H. Ludlow, Jane T. Haltiwanger, and Peter J. Andrellos
Get your pediatric clients back on the right track with these strengthening exercises. Use these playful activities in your physical and occupational therapy programs to increase the strength of clients who have had selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) surgery, myelomeningocele, Guillain-Barré, spinal cord injury, or orthopedic surgery. You'll be able to customize exercise programs to meet the needs of individual clients. Save valuable time with reproducible instruction sheets you can give to caregivers, parents, teachers, and paraprofessionals.
The Pediatric Videofluoroscopic Swallow Studies manual focuses on videofluoroscopic studies in children and reviews a child's anatomy and motor development as it relates to feeding.
Enable children to participate in goal setting with an innovative measure: Perceived Efficacy and Goal Setting System (PEGS)
The book Personality Disorders in Modern Life explores the subtleties involved in diagnosing and treating personality disorders.
In Personality-Guided Relational Therapy, author Jeffrey J. Magnavita demonstrates how personality theory guides his approach to psychotherapy. His empirically founded new model provides a flexible and evolving theory and approach to therapy that draws from more than a century of developments in the field of psychology.
In Personality-Guided Therapy for Depression covers how personality types play into depression, enabling psychologists to customize interventions and improve recovery prospects.
Personality-Guided Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder describes the role personality factors play in the genesis and treatment of PTSD.
Personality-Guided Therapy in Behavioral Medicine explains how patients' personality attributes affect their health care provider interaction, lifestyle choices, psychosocial supports, and treatment.
Efficiently measure two of the most generally useful aspects of mental ability: verbal and numerical competence.
Measures general mental ability and the ability to understand oral directions.
Pervasive Developmental Disorders Screening Test-II (PDDST-II) helps detect autism at an early age to begin intervention.
The Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT), an exam developed by PsychCorp, a brand of Pearson is a specialized test that helps identify qualified applicants to pharmacy colleges.
The Picture File Stimulate is a collection of 584 pictures on sturdy card stock that help support speech activities.
Porteus Maze helps assess the ability to plan and change problem-solving approaches.
Teach parents how to stimulate and develop motor skills in their children. This manual provides you with the appropriate therapeutic play activities. Use this collection of more than 70 reproducible activity sheets with parents of children birth to 3 years old who have developmental delays or who are at risk. Integrate activities into a family's daily routine. Easy-to-read sheets serve as great reminders at home for all caregivers. Clear illustrations and nontechnical instructions are ideal for parents with low parenting/play skills or who have limited English proficiency.
Brief assessment that helps identify the presence and symptom severity of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Use this early intervention assessment tool in a clinical or medical setting to determine if a 2- to 12-month-old child's motor skills are developmentally delayed. The assessment yields criterion-referenced scores and information that can be used to plan intervention and treatment programs. The results can also be used to document incremental progress over short time periods. The assessment is based on the dynamical systems theory and on the therapist's non-intrusive observation of the child's posture and fine motor abilities. The parent's presence during the evaluation is encouraged. The evaluation takes just 25 to 30 minutes.
Posture and Movement of the Child With Cerebral Palsy, book: Using a neuro-developmental treatment (NDT) approach, author Marcia Hornbrook Stamer looks at the development, evaluation, and treatment of children with cerebral palsy.
This reflective guide contains everything you need to understand what Powerful Interactions are, how to make them happen, and why they are so important in increasing children’s learning and your effectiveness as a teacher. Whether you work in a child care center or home, Early Head Start or Head Start program, preschool or early primary classroom, you make a difference in the lives of children and families—and Powerful Interactions can make that difference even bigger.
This essential resource, now updated and expanded for mealtime and feeding development. This newly revised and referenced edition, by the authors of the best-selling Pre-Feeding Skills, is a must for pediatric feeding specialists working with clients from birth to adolescence. The book contains 12 new chapters with information about mealtime roles and influences, supportive diagnostic testing, gastrointestinal influences on feeding, autism, sensory influences on feeding, children who do not eat enough to grow, foundations for mealtime, and oral motor skills limitations. In addition, all sections have been greatly expanded to incorporate current research, references, and trends, especially the chapters on treatment, tube feeding, nutrition, blindness, prematurity, and anatomy.
Prepositions, Laureate Learning Systems: This intervention software can help children master essential prepositions.
The premier test for preliterate children on the path to reading success
Comprehensive and user friendly, this ideal professional reference and graduate text provides a developmentally informed framework for assessing 3- to 6-year-olds in accordance with current best practices and IDEA 2004 guidelines. The authors are leading clinician-researchers who take the reader step by step through selecting appropriate measures, integrating data from a variety of sources, and using the results to plan and evaluate effective interventions and learning experiences.
Contributing to this book’s 12-chapter edition are 11 scholar programs (Alpine Learning Center; ASCENT; Autism Center at the University of Washington; CABAS Program; Children’s Unit at SUNY Binghamton; Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center; Groden Center; LEAP Program; Summit Academy Sussex Consortium; and Valley Program), answering a common set of questions concerning the treatment of very young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, using a range of ABA technology
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) helps evaluate basic communication and language skills in young children.
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) Measure of Progress, helps conduct preschool or kindergarten speech and language skills screenings or identify children needing referrals.
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) Spanish Edition helps evaluate communicaiton and language skills in young children.
The Preschool Language Scale-4 Screening Test (PLS-4 Screening Test) screens for a broad spectrum of speech and language skills.
The PLS-5 Screening Test provides an efficient instrument to help you identify infants, toddlers, and young children at risk for a language disorder. Now available in English and in Spanish, this tool can help you screen for a broad spectrum of skills within six speech and language areas—in just 5 to 10 minutes.
Preschool Language Scales, Fifth Edition is an interactive, play-based assessment that provides comprehensive information about language skills for children at high risk for moderate-to-severe language delays.
A measurement of young children’s communication skills, developed for Spanish-speaking preschoolers.
The PrimerPASO Spanish language screener identifies children at risk for developmental delays.
This textbook on assessment and outcome measurement is written for both occupational therapy and physiotherapy students and qualified therapists. It begins by defining what is meant by assessment, outcome, evaluation and measurement and discussing the complexity of therapy assessment and measurement, including the challenge of measuring human behaviour and the impact of factors such as task demand and context, including the environment.
Principles of Rorschach Interpretation is a comprehensive guide to the Rorschach test that integrates the basic ingredients of structural, thematic, behavioral, and sequence analysis into systematic guidelines for describing personality functioning.
The manual describes the PTSP, a comprehensive model-based treatment program used to assist clients in developing problem-solving strategies.
Process Assessment of the Learner - Second Edition: Diagnostics for Math (PAL-II Math) assessment and intervention tool
Process Assessment of the Learner - Second Edition: Diagnostics for Reading and Writing (PAL-II Reading and Writing) assessment and intervention tool.
Research-supported reading and writing lesson plans and progress monitoring procedures
PAL Guides for Intervention use proven strategies to create positive learning outcomes for students.
Processing Power: A Guide to CAPD Assessment and Management helps bridge the gap between theory and therapy.
Promoting Social Competence, is a practical resource for enhancing the social competence of children between the ages of 3 and 12 years.
Nouns Perspective, Laureate Learning Systems: Provides practice comprehending 1st and 2nd person pronouns from a narrative perspective.
Since the original publication of this landmark volume, tremendous advances have been made in understanding and managing psychological factors in pain. This revised and greatly expanded second edition now brings the field fully up to date. Designed for maximum clinical utility, the text shows how to tailor psychological treatment programs to patients suffering from a wide range of pain problems. Conceptual and diagnostic issues are discussed, widely used clinical models reviewed, and a framework presented for integrating psychological treatment with medical and surgical interventions.
International in scope, this important volume presents an array of compelling perspectives on psychopathy and related problems, covering etiological theories, psychological dynamics, comorbidities, treatment approaches, and more.
The Pyramids and Palm Trees Test helps determine the degree to which a subject can retrieve semantic information from pictures.
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