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Crisis Counseling with Children and Adolescents
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Crisis Counseling with Children and Adolescents

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Resource Publications 2002

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
$25.99

Overview

Here is a book for parents, teachers, concerned relatives, clergy, guidance counselors, medical personnel—anyone who cares for children. It offers guidance for helping kids through traumatic experiences such as death, divorce, sickness, hospitalization, handicaps, as well as aggression, and defiance. It identifies how and when to make a referral to a professional helper, and is based on the latest findings of child psychologists. This text provides helpful case histories, methods, essential references, and a useful bibliography.

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Key Features

  • Discusses a variety of case studies and methods
  • Offers advice for guiding children through traumatic experiences
  • Presents tips on caring for children’s emotional health

Praise for the Print Edition

Every parent should keep this book on the shelf right next to the nutrition, medical, and Dr. Spock books.

Marriage and Family Living

This superb book is indeed a guide for nonprofessional counselors, and is written for all who work with children.

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About the Authors

William Van Ornum is professor of psychology at Marist College and director of research, development, and grants at American Mental Health Foundation in New York City. He studied theology and scripture at DePaul University. He is the coauthor of Psychological Testing across the Lifespan

John B. Mordock is a child and family psychologist. He is the author of Counseling the Defiant Child: A Basic Guide to Helping Troubled and Aggressive Youth, The Other Children: An Introduction to Exceptionality, and the coauthor of A Handbook of Play Therapy with Aggressive Children.