Helping Children Cope with Stress. Revised Edition

  • ID: 2212224
  • Book
  • 208 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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"Brenner wrote for child care workers, teachers and parents as well as for professional therapists. The result is a clear, concise, and easily understood work. Brenner deserves a commAndation for producing a useful, readable, positive contribution to a field still in its infancy."


American Psychological Association
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List of Tables.

Preface.

Stress and Coping in Childhood.

Stress in Two–Parent Families.

Stress in One–Parent Families.

Stress in Multi–Parent Families.

Permanent Separation: Death and Adoption.

Temporary Separation.

Divorce.

Physical and Emotional Abuse.

Neglect.

Sexual Abuse and Sexual Exploitation.

Child Victims of Parental Alcoholism.

Helping Strategies for Nontherapists.
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"Brenner wrote for child care workers, teachers, and parents as well as for professional therapists. The result is a clear, concise, and easily understood work. Brenner deserves a commAndation for producing a useful, readable, positive contribution to a field still in its infancy." (American Psychological Association)
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