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The second edition of Asperger Syndrome synthesizes the current state of the field, beginning with the controversy over the proposed linking of the condition with autism in the DSM-5. This comprehensive guide gives readers a deeper understanding of the disorder, detailing the effective strategies and therapies available to improve the lives of young people with AS and ensure their successful transition from childhood to adolescence to adulthood. Focusing on core deficit and treatment areas, expert contributors analyze the evidence base on behavioral and pharmacological interventions as well as educational strategies geared toward bolstering cognitive and social skills.
In addition to epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, and assessment, this volume offers the most current information on:
... Counseling and other therapeutic strategies for children with AS and their families.
... Early intervention for children and youth with AS.
... Social skills instruction for children with AS.
... Evaluating evidence-based instruction for children with AS.
... Comprehensive education-based mental health services for students diagnosed on the autism spectrum.
... Practical advice for families, from a parent of a child with AS.
Asperger Syndrome is an essential reference for researchers, clinicians, and scientist-practitioners in clinical child, school, and developmental psychology; child and adolescent psychiatry; education; rehabilitation medicine/therapy; social work; and pediatrics.
Raymond W. DuCharme, PhD, is the founder and Executive Director of The Learning Clinic, Inc. Dr. DuCharme has been a researcher, teacher, and assistant professor at Brown University, adjunct professor of educational psychology at University of Connecticut, and associate in psychiatry at University of Massachusetts Medical Center.
Thomas P. Gullotta, PhD, is the senior author of the 4th edition of The Adolescent Experience, co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention and Health Promotion, and editor emeritus of the Journal of Primary Prevention.
212 pages. 2013