In the Name of the Child A Developmental Approach to Understanding and Helping Children of Conflicted and Violent Divorce
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Edition: 2nd 2009
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This edition brings together extensive research and clinical experience to examine the immediate and longer-term effects of high-conflict divorce on children. The authors trace the developmental problems affecting very young children through adolescence, studying the impact of family violence and the dynamics of parental alienation.
Copyright year: 2009
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
|The Problem and the Challenge|
|The Family Crucible of High-Conflict and Violent Divorce|
|The Prism and Prison of the Child|
|The Development of Children and Youth in High-Conflict Families|
|Infants and Toddlers: Problems in Separation-Individuation|
|Preschoolers: Separation, Gender and Sexualized Anxiety|
|School-age Children: The Struggle to Feel Lovable, Good, and Competent|
|Adolescents: Toward Resolution or Stalemate|
|Young Adults: Struggling with the Legacy|
|Interventions on Behalf of Children in High-Conflict and Violent Divorce|
|Building Multidisciplinary Partnerships Between the Family Court and the Community|
|Co-Parenting Counseling and Parent Coordination|
|Treatment of Children in Conflicted and Violent Families|
|Special Issues in Difficult Custody-Disputing Families|
|Domestic Violence: Differential Assessment and Parenting Plans|
|Parental Abduction: Risk Factors and Preventive Interventions|
|Parental Alignments and Alienation: Differential Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions|
|Child Sexual Abuse Allegations in Custody Disputes|
|Guidelines for Initial Assessment|
|Summary of Empirical Studies|
|Publications of Research Findings|