Treating young children in family therapy
This insightful book describes methods of family therapy in which young children are successfully included in therapy. Discover how experienced therapists treat children with school problems as well as other troublesome problems of childhood such as sibling rivalry, suicidal children, manipulative children, chronically ill children, and elective mutism. Use these success stories as the springboard to your own success treating young children in family therapy.
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The Family as a Context
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