Treating Parent Infant Relationship Problems

Treating Parent Infant Relationship Problems
Author : Arnold J. Sameroff
Publisher : Guilford Press
Total Pages : 304
Release : 2005-07-12
ISBN 10 : 1593852452
ISBN 13 : 9781593852450
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Treating Parent Infant Relationship Problems Book Description:

Within a developmental framework, this book presents a range of effective approaches to treating early relationship difficulties and promoting more sensitive and responsive parenting. Clinicians are guided to understand the different types of problems that parents have with infants and to determine how a given family might best be served--whether by addressing health concerns that are affecting infant behavior, modifying parental beliefs or expectations, or targeting key caregiving skills. Leading experts detail their respective therapeutic models in a practical, clinician-friendly format, including intervention guidelines and illustrative case material. Special topics covered include working with families of infants with special needs and with those at risk for child maltreatment.


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