Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for Children and Adolescents is divided into three sections: "Foundations of Child and Adolescent Therapy Research," "Programs of Research," and "Conclusions and Future Directions." The first section describes the problems inherent in doing research on therapy techniques, especially for patients who are developmentally changing. These chapters put forth a fairly comprehensive discussion on how to do research on psychotherapeutic treatments and are likely to be valuable for readers looking to set up research studies. The second section makes up the bulk of the book and is divided into three subsections based on diagnoses. This part of the book is a catalog of treatment strategies for which there is evidence of effectiveness with children and adolescents. Each chapter focuses on a different treatment and is written by expert investigators of that treatment. The therapy itself is described, as well as the means by which it has been implemented—for example, in the inpatient or outpatient setting, in the community, or in a school.