Approaches to Child Treatment: Introduction to Theory, Research, and Practice

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Allyn and Bacon, Jan 1, 1997 - Child psychotherapy. - 368 pages
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New edition of a text for upper-level undergraduate and beginning graduate courses. Provides an overview of the primary therapeutic approaches for children and adolescents psychoanalytic and client-centered, behavioral and cognitive behavioral, child-oriented group therapies, family therapies, biolo

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Contents

Child Psychopathology and Other
26
General Issues in Individual Treatment
105
Psychoanalytic and ClientCentered Therapy
139
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James H. Johnson is Assistant Professor of History at Boston University.

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