Don't Hit My Mommy!: A Manual for Child-parent Psychotherapy with Young Witnesses of Family Violence
This practical handbook offers treatment guidelines to address the behavioral and mental health problems of young children whose most intimate relationships are disrupted by the experience of violence. Practitioners from a variety of disciplines will gain an understanding of the impact of violence and will discover concrete intervention strategies to address the consequences of this experience for young children.
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A RELATIONSHIPBASED TREATMENT MODEL
UNIQUE AND ESSENTIAL ASPECTS OF CHILDPARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY
Child Aggression Toward a Parent
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