By S. Claire Selzer (auth.), Donald E. Greydanus, Mark L. Wolraich (eds.)
BEHAVIORAL PADIATRICS has been built to supply the primary-care health care provider with a realistic advisor to early acceptance of an intervention within the major difficulties more and more affecting the emotional health and wellbeing of our kids and young people. the 1st a part of the quantity introduces common techniques of standard improvement, review, and remedy. half specializes in particular behavioral pediatric problems, with specific consciousness to useful ways to analysis, administration, and referral.
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24 ,25 Psychosocial Stages of Adolescence The adolescent has at least four psychosocial tasks to perform en route to adult status and functioning. 8-by Beach. Each task area is described in terms of early, middle, and late adolescent stages. Cognitive changes at these stages are similarly displayed. 8) are for the visit (beyond acute illness or injury). Further, the most therapeutic professional approach for each stage is then described. It helps to maintain great flexibility, patience, and a sense of humor when caring for the adolescent.
Communication skills 1. Ability to show affection and respect 2. Listening and speaking, sharing thoughts and ideas 3. Placing a high priority on developing and maintaining trust 4. Ability to make one's values known to others E. A vision of one's future 1. Who I want to be, what I'm working toward 2. The kind of life partner and family I want 3. What I want to do before I settle down F. The courage to delay certain sexual behaviors until one is fully comfortable with all possible consequences 1.
4), and initiation of reproductive capability (not to be confused with sexual responsiveness). Puberty extends over approximately 4 years; adolescence, even longer. 6), there is amazing consistency in the sequential 22 TABLE Ronald M. 6. Variations in pubertal changes. 7. The sequential changes of puberty. , full genital, height, and muscle development Reprinted with permission: Greydanus DE, McAnarney ER. Overview on adolescence. In: Wasserman E, Gromisch DS, eds. Survey of Clinical Pediatrics.