Care-Therapy for Children: Applications in Counselling and Psychotherapy
Many vulnerable children require one-to-one help from adults. All childcare workers must deal with these needs; this book will be their guide to the theory and practice of the required skills. This book is most informative and accessible. It uses practical checklists and is illustrated throughout with examples of counseling and therapeutic techniques and working directly with children. The book highlights the use of "third objects" such as paint, computers and music in counseling therapy.
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CHAPTER 2 The use of insight and sensory materials when counselling or treating a child
CHAPTER 3 Insight work
CHAPTER 4 More insight work
CHAPTER 5 Sensory experience
CHAPTER 6 The assessment process
CHAPTER 7 The attachment process
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