Assessing Children in Need and Their Parents. Parent, Adolescent and Child Training Skills

  • ID: 2246547
  • Book
  • 40 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This series of highly practical guides has been designed for all practitioners who work with children ad their families, with the aim of providing concise, up–to–date information on children problems. The guides are designed for use in counseling clients and planning training/therapeutic programmes, and can also be used for teaching purposes. The Hints for Parents sections which appear at the back of the guides may be photocopied and given to clients; the questionnaires, checklists and assessment forms which appear in the Appendices are also copyright–free.
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Introduction.

1. Children in need of protection.

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2. Children in need of special education/care.

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3. Children in need and their families.

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4. Assessing Parenting.

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5. References.

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6. Further Reading.

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7. Appendices.

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Martin Herbert has drawn on years of child and family guidance experience and of teaching professionals from various disciplines for this series. He is currently Professor of Clinical and Community Psychology, University of Exeter, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Exeter Health Authority and a Fellow of The British Psychological Society.
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