The narrative text presents the methods and substantive findings of the psychological literature reviewed and offers the authors’ conclusions as to what are effective treatment approaches at the end of the chapters on each disorder as well as at the end of the book, where all of the conclusions are presented once more. Most chapters present the findings under headings of Method and Methodologic Features, Substantive Findings, and main treatment approaches, such as Parent Training (of several types), Child-Focused Training (again, of several types), and Self-Instructional Training. Finally, each chapter ends with a Conclusions section. Although the emphasis is on behavioral approaches, some psychodynamic treatments are evaluated as well. The Conclusions sections address each disorder under the headings of "What Works?" and "What Does Not Work?"—the latter being invariably shorter. The authors also offer discussions of the implications of their conclusions for treatment and for the development of treatment delivery systems.