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Author Trepper, Terry S.

Title Developmental-Systemic Family Therapy with Adolescents
Published Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014
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Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; About the Author; Contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Organization of the Material; Conceptual Approach; Assessment; Section I: Adolescent Development; Chapter 1. Cognitive Development; Influence of Cognitive Development on the Therapy Process; Principles of Cognitive Development; Adolescent Egocentrism; Summary; Chapter 2. Emotional Development; Three Aspects of Emotion; Developmental Issues; Emotion in Families; Emotion in Family Therapy; Summary; Chapter 3. Identity Development; What Is Identity?
Chapter 12. Some Considerations on Inviting the Participation of Adolescents in PsychotherapyFrom the Outside Looking In; Research in Support of Increased Adolescent Involvement in the Family Process; Accountability; Evaluating Our Preferred Models of Psychotherapy for Personal Agency and Cognitive Development; Summary; Conclusion; Concluding Example; Summary; Notes; References; Index
Chapter 6. Parent-Adolescent RelationshipConnectedness for Adolescents; Functions of Families; Parental Influence; Parenting Strategies; Solution-Focused Parenting; Summary; Chapter 7. Peer Relationships; Peer Influence; Friends; Peer Rejection; Assessment of Peer Rejection; Clinical Intervention for Peer Rejection; Summary; Section III: Adolescent Risk Taking; Chapter 8. Sexuality; Media Influences; Influence of Individual Psychosocial Factors; Influence of Dating Dynamics; Influence of Family Relationships; Parental Involvement in Sexuality Education; Summary
Chapter 9. Alcohol and Substance AbuseTrends; Treatment of Alcohol and Substance Abuse: Conceptual Issues; Treatment of Alcohol and Substance Abuse: Structural Family Therapy; Summary; Chapter 10. Suicide; Research on Suicide and Adolescence; Risk Factors; Conceptualization of Suicide in Family Therapy; Therapeutic Process; Summary; Section IV: Treatment Issues; Chapter 11. Use of Self; The Natural Self; The Fight for Control; The Differentiated Therapist; The Use of Self and Stages of Therapy; Summary
Identity CrisesIdentity Status; Developmental Aspects of Identity; Summary; Chapter 4. Self-Esteem; What Is Self-Esteem?; Primary Aspects of Self-Esteem; Developmental Aspects of Self-Esteem; Domains of Self-Esteem; Factors Associated with Self-Esteem; Presenting Problems Associated with Self-Esteem; Assessment of Self-Esteem; Locus of Control; Summary; Section II: Interpersonal Relationships; Chapter 5. Attachment; What Is Attachment?; Types of Attachment; Attachment in Adolescence; Attachment in Families; Family Therapy Implications; Assessment of Attachment in Family Therapy; Summary
Summary Learn to choose interventions based on the client's developmental stage!Teenagers are often a strain on families, and they can pose difficulties even in a family therapy setting. Developmental-Systemic Family Therapy with Adolescents integrates research and theory about adolescent development with different approaches to family therapy. By matching the adolescent client's developmental stage and particular issues with the most effective therapeutic approach, this book enables family therapists to tailor their treatment plan to meet each family's unique needs. Developmental-Systemic
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Form Electronic book
Author Werner-Wilson, Ronald Jay.
ISBN 131779124X
9781317791249