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Author Crittenden, Patricia McKinsey,
Title Attachment and family therapy / Patricia Crittenden [and three others].
Imprint Maidenhead, Berkshire : Open University Press, [2014]

Author Crittenden, Patricia McKinsey,
Subject Family psychotherapy.
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Author Crittenden, Patricia McKinsey,
Subject Family psychotherapy.
Add Title Attachment & family therapy
Description 1 online resource (213 pages :) : illustrations (black and white
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Attachment & Family Therapy; Attachment and family therapy; Praise for this book; Contents; About the authors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: The rhythm of life: cycles and changes; 1 Birth and infancy; 2 Toddlerhood and the beginnings of awareness and intention; 3 Preschool: Talking and negotiating; 4 Four- to five-year-olds: Confidence, competence, and other kids; 5 Going to school; 6 The school years: Learning, belonging, and identity; 7 Growing and healing: DMM-FST integrative treatment; Appendix 1: Assessments; Appendix 2: PublishedDMM case studies.
Appendix 3: Published DMMcomparative studiesReferences; Index; Back Cover.
Summary This book explores an integration of ideas from attachment theory and systemic family therapy including current developments and integrated cases.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0335239331 (electronic bk.)
9780335239337 (electronic bk.)
0335235905 (paperback)
9780335235902 (paperback)
OCLC # 900827872
Additional Format Print version: 0335235905 9780335235902


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