The Fragile Alliance: An Orientation to Psychotherapy of the Adolescent
A discussion of the basic facts and skills required for therapists who work with troubled adolescents. This edition is more succinct, but includes new information and updated references. It covers important contemporary issues, such as juvenile violence and adolescent sex offenders.
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