By Laura Smith
This ebook brings jointly mental and psychotherapeutic contributions in scientific perform with at-risk little ones and their households. Chapters through specialists operating in more than a few edge-of-care settings provide an important account of real-world medical demanding situations and dilemmas; while drawing on correct concept and the growing to be proof base for fringe of care paintings with teenagers and households. This name should be of curiosity to either scientific and social paintings practitioners, these commissioning and constructing top perform in fringe of care companies, students and scholars of medical Psychology, Systemic Psychotherapy and comparable disciplines.
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Yeah, she doesn’t want the hassle. She will wait till I’m nearly asleep and then come into my bed though. She knows I will just give her a cuddle then, even though she’s really too old for it. Therapist: (probing implications and consequences): So you’ve noticed that sometimes you are close and sometimes you are on bad terms with her? That perhaps she stays away because of how you react? Parent: It’s like, we’re not close like we used to be, the more it goes on. She is just growing up so fast. I’m worried she will end up in trouble.
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Clinical Practice at the Edge of Care: Developments in Working with At-Risk Children and their Families by Laura Smith