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Creative Therapy 2: Working with Parents

Creative Therapy 2: Working with Parents

Kate Ollier, Angela Hobday

ISBN: 978-1-854-33300-1

May 1999, Wiley-Blackwell

160 pages

Select type: Paperback

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$62.95

Description

This practical book outlines ways of working with parents, gaining rapport and creating useful resource materials for use in therapy sessions. Example activities, worksheets and handouts are provided, covering a wide range of children's problems and how parents can help them.
Introduction.

1. Creating Rapport.

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2. Assessment.

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3. Sharing Information.

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4. Making Progress.

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5. Developing a Plan.

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6. Creating autonomy.

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7. Parents with different needs or circumstances.

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8. Conclusion.

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9. Appendix I - activities.

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10. Appendix II - information sheets.

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11. Appendix III - Record charts.

References.

Index

‘Clearly written, well-organized and informative.’ – Dr. Andrew Tolmie, Department of Psychology, University of Strathclyde, UK

Review of Creative Therapy: Activities with Children and Adolescents:

‘As a handbook of useful techniques which can be added to the therapeutic armoury of the eclectic therapist, this book is invaluable.’ – Young Minds magazine


  • This practical book outlines ways of working with parents, gaining rapport and creating useful resource materials for use in therapy sessions.

  • Example activities, worksheets and handouts are provided, covering a wide range of children's problems and how parents can help them.

  • Some of the themes running through the book are creativity, parental empowerment, positive parenting, using literature and making therapy fun.

  • All the activities have been developed through the authors' own clinical work, and all the illustrations and worksheets included in this book are copyright-free.