The second edition of Counseling, Psychology, and Childrentakes a multidimensional four-part approach to counseling children. This approach: 1) capitalizes on the relationships children build with parents, teachers, and other adults; 2) looks at children's developmental processes; 3) examines multicultural influences upon them; and 4) takes into consideration the variety of intervention models available. Four chapters examine four major approaches to child therapy: psychodynamic, child-centered, behavioral/cognitive-behavioral, and family systems. In the final synthesizing chapter, the author draws upon his experience as therapist and teacher to bring everything together through a case study that shows his multidimensional approach in action.This book covers the use of play as a therapeutic technique and emphasizes thinking outside the box of standard therapy. It encourages future counselors to view treatment as the culmination of education/developmental, preventive, and remedial interventions.For professionals in the field of counseling children.In E. J. Mash aamp; L. G. Terdal (Eds.), Assessment of childhood disorders (3rd ed., pp.71-129). New York: Guilford ... In A. E. Gottfried aamp; A. W. Gottfried (Eds.), Redefining families: Implications for childrena#39;s development (pp. 157a170). New York:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Counseling, Psychology, and Children|
|Author||:||William G. Wagner|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2008|