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Child Psychotherapy By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents and young people marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less
CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents, marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less
The Essentials of Forensic Family Psychotherapy: A Brief Guide to Investigative Narrative Analysis By Donald Chandler, Jr., Ph.D.
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This is a supplemental guide for seminars on "Effective Mediation with Psychological Records" and PSY 620 Forensic Psychological Assessments at Southern New Hampshire University.Chapter 1... More > focuses on relationship between crime, violence, terrorism, and child abuse. Chapter 2 focuses on applications of forensic psychotherapy.Chapter 3 conceptualizes parental rehabilitation based on four therapeutic risk typologies. In the Appendix, scenarios are provided as examples for the reader. Review questions are provided as a continuing educational resource for licensed counselors, social workers, and lawyers, psychologists. CCA Behavioral Health, PLLC is a state-approved continuing education provider for social workers and professional counselors.< Less
Child Sexual Abuse: From Harsh Realities to Hope By Jane Gilgun
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THIS BOOK IS FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT to understand child sexual abuse in new ways. Based on interviews, the book shows what child sexual abuse means to child and adult survivors, perpetrators, and... More > mothers of survivors. The realities are harsh, but dealing with harsh realities leads to hope and recovery. The book also describes how survivors recover from child sexual abuse, describes treatment and prevention programs, and makes recommendations for polices and education programs. Above all, this book is for survivors and their families so that they can understand the harsh realities in their own lives, find goodness and hope within themselves and in trustworthy other people, and go on to rich and fulfilling lives.< Less
Child Sexual Abuse: From Harsh Realities to Hope By Jane Gilgun
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THIS BOOK IS FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT to understand child sexual abuse in new ways. Based on interviews, the book shows what child sexual abuse means to child and adult survivors, perpetrators, and... More > mothers of survivors. The realities are harsh, but dealing with harsh realities leads to hope and recovery. The book also describes how survivors recover from child sexual abuse, describes treatment and prevention programs, and makes recommendations for polices and education programs. Above all, this book is for survivors and their families so that they can understand the harsh realities in their own lives, find goodness and hope within themselves and in trustworthy other people, and go on to rich and fulfilling lives.< Less
The non born child - How to release the pain By Luc Bazile
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This book addresses the "invisible wounds" or psychological problems as a result of an interrupted pregnancy, event often extremely painful, which can intervene for different reasons :... More > miscarriage, MTP or VTP, but also perinatal death and even other situations of mourning. It gives easy and practical tips that can be useful to mothers, fathers, and relatives to help manage and overcome the loss. This book is also written for health professionals facing this kind of situation. In my professional career as a psychotherapist, I noticed that the pain associated with not carried to term pregnancies -whatever the reason- and the decease of a newborn was often hardly taken serious and underestimated in many situations. Please restrain yourself from finishing this book in one go. It is a sort of guide in itself, and it may be helpful to you in many ways. Read it several times...< Less
War and Children By Anna Freud
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This book looks at the record of children in modern war told honestly and completely, by two of the world's outstanding child psychologists, Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingham. The work focuses on how... More > war affects psychological development in children; the need for personal attachment, for emotional stability, and for permanency of educational influence.< Less
Tobias and the Augenblick By Gabriele Gad
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The Tale of the Golden Princess. A tale loosely related to the fundamental ideas behind Biodynamic Psychology, Wilhelm Reich’s theory of the body blocks and Gerda Boyesen’s teachings... More > about Biodynamic Massage. Tobias, a young boy, is reading the tale and what he really wants is to meet the golden princess in his dreams in the land of the Augenblick. We accompany Tobias through nine days and nights of his life. Tobias meets the Augenblicks, the little invisible moments of the breath. They lead him to the valley of the hidden feelings, where Tobias realises that his daytime thoughts have been imprisoning a menagerie of animals. All he wants to do now is to set them free. This book is about sharing secrets. We’ve all lived in a magical world when we were children, where ‘thoughts, animals and Augenblicks’ live together in harmony. The revelation of the secrets can help you get back in touch with your own magic – the mystery, the spiritual, the unseen.< Less
God's Inner Healing: A Guide in Life Recovery, Healing, and Mission By Dr. Angelo Subida
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Are you experiencing difficulties, pains, struggles? Remembering that “this too shall pass” can help you see the big picture. It also reminds us that nothing is forever except God. ... More > God’s Inner Healing is a book that offers deep-level, encouraging biblical insights to heal spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and materially from any aspect of brokenness in life. Supplemented by questionnaires, diagrams, and other helpful tools, the book’s 19 brief, digestible chapters in 200 + pages include: “Memory Healing,” “Freeing the Inner Child,” “The Way Out of Family Sins,” “Flashbacks, Images, Obsessions,” “From Shame to Honor,” “First Aid for the Betrayed,” “Inner Healing and Youth,” “Where’s The Bread,” “When There’s No One Else,” “How To Minister Inner Healing,” “Self-Healing Made Practical,” “Ready To Move On,” among others. You’ll find real answers, real hope, and a real future in God’s Inner Healing. (www.drsubida.tk)< Less
Emotional Survival: Childhood Pain Relived in the Drama of Adult Life By Rosa Cukier
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The relational and emotional needs of babies and small children, when not systematically met, will generate feelings of low self-esteem, shame and humiliation. These feelings will remain at the... More > core of the personality, covered up in various forms, ranging from a hurt child living inside an adult's body or a 'false self' of an apparently successful and narcissistic adult, or even like the complex borderline disorder in case of which the individual pushes away the people they need most. This book presents powerful techniques that can be applied in an intense therapeutic relationship, which help bring into the light this 'ghost-child' and enable reparatory work of the childhood wounds. It is a must-read for all therapists, teachers and relatives of adults and adolescents who struggle with childhood issues of abandonment, abuse and violence.< Less