This revised, practical guide helps physicians diagnose and treat children with developmental and behavioral problems. Each chapter, presented in outline format, features concise information that is easy to digest, allowing clinicians to find the information necessary to make management decisions. Chapters include serious and complex psychiatric disorders such as anorexia and depression, and everyday problems such as biting and school avoidance. A useful manual for rotations in developmental and behavioral pediatrics, the book is especially helpful in addressing the complexities of therapy for adolescents. New to this edition is an expanded section on developmental disabilities.