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Parents as Partners in Child Therapy
A Clinician's Guide
- This book addresses a key need for child therapists--how to actively involve parents in treatment and give them tools to support their child's healthy development. Known for her innovative, creative therapeutic approach, Paris Goodyear-Brown weaves together knowledge about play therapy, trauma, attachment theory, and neurobiology. She presents step-by-step strategies to help parents understand their child's needs, reflect on their own emotional triggers, set healthy boundaries, make time together more fun, and respond effectively to challenging behavior. Filled with rich clinical illustrations, the volume features 45 reproducible handouts and worksheets. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size.
- 1. Helping Parents Grow: Gently Shifting Paradigms 2. Helping Parents Set the Bar to Support Bottom-Up Brain Development 3. Helping Parents Become Safe Bosses: Attachment and the Cascade of Care 4. Helping Parents Understand Themselves to Understand Their Children 5. Helping Parents SOOTHE: A Deep Dive into Co-Regulation Strategies 6. Helping Parents Be Fun and Fully Present 7. Helping Parents Train the Triune Brain 8. Helping Parents Set Boundaries and Deal with Big Behaviors 9. Helping Parents Become Stronger Storykeepers References Index
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