Work with Parents Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents (Efpp Clinical Monograph Series) by John Tsiantis

Cover of: Work with Parents | John Tsiantis

Published by Karnac Books .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Psychiatry,
  • Psychology,
  • Psychotherapy - Couples & Family,
  • Movements - Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Family Therapy

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8993955M
ISBN 101855752417
ISBN 109781855752412

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In Working with Parents Makes Therapy Work, psychoanalysts Jack and Kerry Kelly Novick offer a theoretically rigorous yet highly practical and intuitively appealing framework for involving parents meaningfully in their children's therapy.

One of this volume's many strengths lies in its use of numerous salient and well-crafted clinical illustrations derived from the authors' extensive clinical and supervisory Cited by:   Meet the Parents is an essential guide for school leaders and classroom teachers looking to build stronger and more productive relationships with the families of pupils.

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The strategies outlined in this article will help parents work successfully with their children to finish homework. Discuss these methods with parents at teacher-parent conferences or on the phone. Multiple Intelligences Questionnaire. Hand out this questionnaire to parents to help them learn about Multiple Intelligences theory.

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Have a Parent Meeting Before the Season Starts. You can nip a lot of problems in the bud simply by meeting with parents at the start of the season.

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Involving Parents in their Children's Learning is the story of the pioneering work of the Pen Green Centre for children and families. Showing how early years practitioners can collaborate effectively with parents, the book includes case studies of parents and.

The best tip for school success is to make sure that parents and teachers are working together as allies. Sometimes, though, it can seem as though there’s a chalk line drawn down the middle of your child’s life.

Good enough parents know that they must go more than halfway to make the parent-child relationship work. It is the parent’s job to understand the child; it is not necessarily the child’s job.

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