A Casebook of Child Psychotherapy: Strategies and Technique
This work portrays the psychotherapeutic process with a wide variety of troubled children and their families. The casebook section of the volume (Chapters 4-8) presents problematic areas where child psychotherapy can become frustrating even for the usually effective therapist. The book's approach translates concepts about human development and behaviour into practical principles governing the therapeutic situation.
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The Relationship Between Theory and Practice
The Aims and Goals of Child Treatment
The Conditions Necessary for Treatment
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