Stepfamilies in therapy: understanding systems, assessment, and intervention
This book provides comprehensive information and guidance for addressing the special needs and problems of stepfamilies in therapy. It examines the complex issues facing stepfamilies--including grief over divorce, negative stereotypes of stepfamilies, child custody and visitation disputes, unrealistic expectations of family life, and confusing relationships with extended family--and offers therapeutic approaches, strategies, and interventions for effective assessment and treatment.
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Examining Stepfamily Systems
Identifying the Special Needs of Stepchildren
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