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Working with alienated children and families : a clinical guidebook

By: Baker, Amy J. L [Ed.].
Contributor(s): Sauber, Richard.
BBDD: Libros Series: Forensic psychology.Publisher: New York London Routledge 2013Edition: 1st ed.Description: XIII, 277 p.ISBN: 9780415518031.Title translated: Trabajar con niños y familias enajenados: una guía clínica.Clasificación(es): 1852 Crianza y cuidado de los niños | 1851 DivorcioInteresa: Psicología Clínica y de la SaludDescriptor(es): Intervención psicológica | Relaciones padres-hijo | DivorcioTipo de documento: Divulgativo | Técnico
Contents:
1. Introduction. 2. Clinical reasoning and decision-making in cases of child alignment: diagnostic anf therapeutic issues. 3. Custody evaluations in alienation cases. 4. The essential role of the mental health consultant in parental alienation cases. 5. Educating divorcing parents: taking them beyond the high road. 6. Psycotherapy with targeted parents. 7. Supporting targeted parents: the international support networking for alienated families. 8 Psycho-educational work with children in loyalty conflict: the "I dont want to choose" program. 9. Providing effective, systemically informed, child-centered psychotherapies for children of divorce: walking on thin ice. 10. Reunification and the one-way mirror. 11. The application of structural family therapy to the treatment of parental alienation syndrome. 12. Family reunification in a forensic setting. 13. Working with adult children of parental alienation.
Destinatario: Divulgación-Profesionales
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1. Introduction. 2. Clinical reasoning and decision-making in cases of child alignment: diagnostic anf therapeutic issues. 3. Custody evaluations in alienation cases. 4. The essential role of the mental health consultant in parental alienation cases. 5. Educating divorcing parents: taking them beyond the high road. 6. Psycotherapy with targeted parents. 7. Supporting targeted parents: the international support networking for alienated families. 8 Psycho-educational work with children in loyalty conflict: the "I dont want to choose" program. 9. Providing effective, systemically informed, child-centered psychotherapies for children of divorce: walking on thin ice. 10. Reunification and the one-way mirror. 11. The application of structural family therapy to the treatment of parental alienation syndrome. 12. Family reunification in a forensic setting. 13. Working with adult children of parental alienation.

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