Clinicians Bibliographies


  • Alphabet Kids

    This book is a guide to developmental, neurobiological, and psychological disorders written for both parents and professionals. This is a useful resource book which provides information about almost every medical condition, from those which are genetic to those which are more common such as learning

  • DC: 0-3 Casebook

    This book is a guide to the use of Zero to Three’s Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood in assessment and treatment planning.

  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Feeding Disorders in Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children

    The author discusses the diagnostic criteria, clinical presentation, and treatment of feeding disorders. Case studies for each disorder illustrate both the symptoms and treatment. The book also includes parent information outlines that can be reproduced to use as handouts for parents.

  • Mental Wellness in Adults with Down Syndrome

    This readable guide provides keys to understanding the emotional and behavioral strengths and challenges in adults with Down Syndrome. It offers suggestions on how to promote mental wellness and resolve psychological problems and includes other topics such as community and family support, self-talk and imaginary friends, emotional development, tendencies toward sameness and repetition as well as self-esteem and self-image.

  • Mood Disorders in People with Mental Retardation

    This book discusses the prevention, treatment, and management of mood disorders in people with mental retardation. Since mood disorders are so common and result in both human suffering and unrealized human potential in addition to large costs recognition and treatment of them is especially important and valuable.