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By Ron Taffel PhD

ISBN-10: 1593851359

ISBN-13: 9781593851354

This e-book offers groundbreaking techniques for psychotherapy with brand new kids, for whom high-risk habit, loss of grownup assistance, and excessive nervousness and rigidity more and more include the territory. Ron Taffel addresses the major problem of establishing a healing courting that's robust sufficient to advertise genuine behavioral and emotional switch. He demonstrates powerful how one can supply suggestion that children will take heed to, get them to inform the reality approximately their lives, aid mom and dad reestablish their authority, and expand the succeed in of remedy by means of such nontraditional skill as inviting young people to deliver buddies into periods.

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2. ” 3. ” 4. ” 5. ” 6. ” 7. ” 8. ” 9. ” 10. ” Approached in this gradual way, areas open up via talk about others. For example, it became clear that Drew had acquaintances. But he had no specific second-family person to talk to when difficulties came up. It was not a surprise that Drew was sent to me for his depressed, withdrawn state when, in fact, his peer group connections were so undeveloped. It was apparent to most other kids that Drew’s friendship circle was sparse; but it was not so clear how much he missed a pal with a good ear.

A helping professional is in danger of creating yet another parallel universe in which adults and children have little chance to get to know each other better. Because the second family is such a powerful force, I now view confidentiality from a different perspective. ” I continue: “Anything you want kept just with me we’ll talk about. ” How do kids react? Most seem at ease with this agreement, figuring they’ve left out truly dangerous material anyway. At this 2. First Meeting 45 point they still feel like they can manipulate the truth pretty much to their liking.

Relational–behavioral therapy with adolescents is a new paradigm, and it requires a significant change of mind-set. The good news is that, much like adolescents themselves, we child professionals secretly do some of what is described in these pages. To do the work, though, we need an organizing paradigm that makes socialcontextual sense—one offering new clinical perspectives and techniques that match how 21st-century kids and their parents actually live. * * * Ten Treatment Myths In order to take on a relational–behavioral approach, child professionals must reexamine many traditional assumptions and turn “old-think” ideas on their head: ♦ The ageist belief that you need to be young, charismatic, and hip to work with adolescents.

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