The Process of Divorce: Helping Couples Negotiate Settlements

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Jason Aronson, Incorporated, Jun 1, 1997 - Psychology - 349 pages
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Contents

The Terrain of Divorce Conflict
3
The Context of Professional Intervention
25
Divorce Therapy The Context and Goals of Treatment
65
Divorce Therapy The Nature of Treatment
88
The Divorce Lawyer Elite
127
Counselors Vs Advocates
138
The Conditions of Legal Work Stress and Coping in Professional Practice
154
Counselors Advocates and the Quality of Legal Services in Divorce
168
The Stresses of the Divorce Mediators Role
203
11 Mediation and the Psychological Dynamics of the Divorcing Couple
218
12 Can Mediation Be Therapy? The Case of the Browns
241
13 Conclusions and Implications
280
Appendices
306
Notes
319
Bibliography
330
Index
341

Divorce Mediation A Critical Overview
178

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