Counseling children: basic principles for helping the troubled and defiant child
The defiant child presents a challenge to the therapist's patience as well as to his skill. To help clinicians grow in both, this skillfully written volume by Dr. John B. Mordock draws on more than twenty-five years of experience with troubled children and their families.
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Foreword by William Van Ornum Ph D
Principles of Communication
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activities Adult aggressive child aggressive children anger angry anxiety anxious avoid baby become Bill calm chapter child psychopathology child's defenses child's feelings child's play client climb communication conflicts coun counseling sessions counselor needs display doll draw efforts emotions empathetic example experience express externalization fantasy fear girl give goal handle help the child helplessness hostile hurt images impulses initial interpretation interview Introjection James Masterson Jose kids killed latency master mature defenses Mighty Mouse misbehavior monster mother mountain never parents Paul G Pete play action plays school Pooh Bear problems Professional therapists psychotherapists punish Reaction formation reality referred for counseling relationship remember repressed response retributive justice reveal selor sexual situation Sometimes stage story supervillain symbolic talk teacher tell things tion toys traumatic trouble unacceptable understand upset verbalize wishes wonder worries