50 Wonderful Ways to Be a Single-Parent Family

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New Harbinger Publications, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 123 pages
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This slim, accessible guide written by a well-known family therapist provides practical ideas for facing and overcoming these challenges. Easy-to-use techniques include sharing decision-making with children, developing family rituals and traditions, listening effectively to children of different ages, and much more.

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Contents

Preface ill Introduction
3
P8III Coping with Transition and Change
5
Look for Positives
6
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Barry G. Ginsberg, Ph.D., has been a practicing child and family psychologist for more than twenty-five years. He is the executive director of the Center of Relationship Enhancement, an education and training center, and Ginsberg Associates, a child and family psychology practice. Ginsberg is a nationally certified school psychologist, registered play therapist supervisor, and member of the American Family Therapy Academy.

Foreword writer Roberta Israeloff is the author or coauthor of numerous parenting books and a past contributing editor for Parenting Magazine.

Israeloff, a former contributing editor of Parents magazine who writes regularly on family and psychological issues.

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