Parent-focused Child Therapy: Attachment, Identification and Reflective Functions
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Today more pediatric therapists are centering their work on the parent-child relationship and are turning to parents as a primary modality in solving children's problems. This edited collection, drawing from leading psychotherapists with specialties in family therapy, taps into the current literature on the efficacy of working with parents in therapy situations. The essays in this book focus on identifying and evaluating a variety of approaches and their effects on standard questions of attachment, identity, and reflection in dealing with children in therapy. It is especially attractive given its currency, integrating relational theory, attachment theory and infant research.
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