Working Therapeutically with Families PDF ePub eBook

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Working Therapeutically with Families free pdf This resource provides a wealth of activities to use in therapeutic work with families, tailored to meet the particular needs of different types of family. Chapters are organized by family type, and include divorced families, families with an incarcerated parent, grandparent-led families, families with substance abuse issues, and families in grief. Each chapter includes a host of therapeutic activities that are appropriate, and most effective, with each family type. Chapters also include a discussion of the context, the strengths and weaknesses of each family type, the challenges they face, and best practices for effective intervention. Clear instructions and follow up discussion questions are included. This will be an essential guide for all those working with families, including counsellors, family therapists, social workers and psychologists.

About Tonia Caselman

Tonia Caselman is Associate Professor in Social Work at the University of Oklahoma, USA. She is an experienced clinical social worker and counsellor and has worked with families for many years. Kimberly Hill is Assistant County Office Administrator, Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Oklahoma, USA. She is a qualified social worker and has experience providing individual and family therapy.

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Author : Tonia Caselman
Publisher : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Data Published : 28 March 2014
ISBN : 1849059624
EAN : 9781849059626
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 216 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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