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Treating Child and Adolescent Depression
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For an engaging, thoughtful, scholarly yet practical coverage of child and adolescent depression, this new text edited by Rey and Birmaher, two heavyweights in the academic world from Australia and the United States, is highly recommended. Many errors of texts with similar aims are deftly avoided here, as the editors have delivered a well-constructed and comprehensive set of guidelines in the packaging of a relatively slim and approachable book, avoiding redundancies across chapters and maintaining a consistent writing style throughout. While wading confidently into the theoretical and the academic, the well-collected and widely renowned international group of authors nearly exclusively maintains a keen eye on the practical. This text would be most obviously well-placed on the shelves of practicing general and child psychiatrists, as well as psychiatry residents, but also would be useful for psychotherapists, academics, primary care physicians, and those in training.