A Child's Journey Through Placement (Google eBook)

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Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Feb 15, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 432 pages
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Children who are cared for in an out of home placement are in need of support and stability. This classic text offers information and advice for professionals and carers on how to help these children, who will often have attachment difficulties. Vera I. Fahlberg, M.D. shares her experience and expertise, outlining the significance of attachment and separation, the developmental stages specific to adoptive children and providing guidance on minimizing the trauma of moves. The book also features practical advice on case planning, managing behavior and direct work with children, and throughout are case studies and exercises which provide opportunities for further learning. A readable, compassionate and practical text, A Childís Journey Through Placement provides the foundation, the resources, and the tools to help students, professionals, parents and others who care to support children on their journey through placement to adulthood.
  

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User Review  - Christine Carmouze - Goodreads

I have used Fahlberg's videos with PRIDE and find her to be very attuned to the issues of parenting children in foster care Read full review

Review: A Child's Journey Through Placement

User Review  - Christine Carmouze - Goodreads

I have used Fahlberg's videos with PRIDE and find her to be very attuned to the issues of parenting children in foster care Read full review

Contents

Introduction
10
Attachment and Bonding
18
Child Development
66
Separation and Loss
140
Minimizing the Trauma of Moves
174
Case Planning
234
Behavior Problems
284
Direct Work with Children
336
Postscript
390
Glossary
394
Bibliography by Chapter
396
Bibliography
410
Index
422
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About the author (2012)

Vera I. Fahlberg, M.D. is a retired pediatrician and psychotherapist. A trainer and consultant with an international reputation, she has travelled around the world sharing her expertise in attachment therapy with families and mental health professionals. For many years she was medical director at Forest Heights Lodge in Evergreen, Colorado, a residential treatment facility for troubled young boys. She has two grown up children and has fostered several children. She lives in Bremerton, Washington, USA.

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