Engaging Parents in Adolescent Therapy: Beyond the Waiting Room

Engaging Parents in Adolescent Therapy: Beyond the Waiting Room

English | 2017 | ISBN: 1442250003 | 288 Pages | PDF | 14.2 MB

Engaging Parents in Adolescent Therapy offers mental health professionals effective strategies to involve parents in the counseling process with adolescents. Weaving together the most current research in attachment theory with insightful clinical experiences, Myrick examines parental motivations in seeking treatment for teens and the complexity of parent-adolescent relationships, while also addressing issues such as building rapport, therapeutic boundaries, coping with trauma and high-risk behaviors, and the role of social media in today's counseling and parenting relationships. Thoughtful and accessible, this book serves as a valuable resource to therapists and practitioners.



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