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Children In Family Contexts.

Children In Family Contexts

Lee Combrinck-Graham

Guilford Publications

72 Spring St, New York, NY 10012

1593852630 $55.00

The newly updated, revised and expanded second edition of Children In Family Contexts: Perspectives On Treatment is expertly compiled and edited by Lee Combrinck-Graham (Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, Connecticut) is an extensive and informative study of child psychology and the effectiveness of various methods and theories employed in the practice of aiding troubled children. Comprehensively and knowledgeably compiling the collective modern understandings of childhood emotional and behavior problems, development, and individual variables, Children In Family Contexts describes a impressive range of treatments, advances, and environmental interactions which help in creating a positive progression, including pharmacotherapy, and so much more. For its extensive and articulate inclusion of diverse viewpoints resulting in providing an accessibly complete and thorough understanding of all given perspectives, Children In Family Contexts is very strongly recommended reading for psychotherapists, parents of troubled children, and students of child psychology and case-particular approaches to treatment.
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Title Annotation:Children In Family Contexts: Perspectives On Treatment, 2d ed.
Publication:Internet Bookwatch
Article Type:Book review
Date:May 1, 2006
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