Clinical Decision-Making In Parent-Child Contact Problem Cases: Tailoring The Intervention To The Family's Needs (Chapter 2 in Overcoming Parent-Child Contact Problems: Family-Based Interventions for Resistance, Rejection, and Alienation).
Fidler, Barbara J. Ward, Peggie.
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This chapter identifies the continuum of parent-child contact problems in divorcing families, summarizes key principles and components of managing first queries, preliminary screening, and clinical intake, discusses the tailoring of interventions to the nature and severity of the parent-child contact problem, and lists intervention options for different types and severities of parent-child contact problems. 1 figure and numerous references.
parent child relationships; parental alienation syndrome; family therapy; family reunification; therapeutic intervention; models; divorce; child custody