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Family Transformation Through Divorce And Remarriage

Author: Margaret Robinson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134940777
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Family Transformation Through Divorce and Remarriage is the first book to look thoroughly at the complete divorce-remarriage-stepfamily cycle in the context of demographic data, the legal process and the theoretical framework. For each phase of the cycle, the author describes the stages of development, summarises the relevant research and illustrates the effects on family members with case examples.

Divorce As Family Transition

Author: Margaret Robinson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429912846
Size: 68.47 MB
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Based on the 1996 Family Law Act, this book looks at how the therapist can work with the different professions involved in a divorce, how children might be consulted, and ways in which vulnerable family members can be protected.

Stepfamily Relationships

Author: Lawrence H. Ganong
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780306479977
Size: 61.19 MB
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This volume focuses on a wide range of behaviors and outcomes in stepfamily relationships, both positive and negative. The authors use the normative-adaptive perspective to seek out and study adaptive, well-functioning stepfamilies and find how they differ from those who struggle to cope. It will be a welcome text and reference for all those who study and work with stepfamilies and families in general.

Counselling

Author: Stephen Palmer
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780803974777
Size: 66.46 MB
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`The Reader reflects some of the best work published in Counselling, the Journal of the British Association for Counselling, over the past 15 years. The choice of articles also gives a historical perspective on the development of counselling in Britain... provides many hours of interesting reading and a wealth of learned experience all in one volume. I can see this book becoming recommended reading for counsellor training programmes' - British Psychological Society Counselling Psychology Review This comprehensive and stimulating Reader draws together key material which has been published in Counselling, the Journal of the British Association for Counselling, in recent years.

Remarried Family Relationships

Author: Lawrence H. Ganong
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc
ISBN: 9780803951228
Size: 10.60 MB
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"A concise and informative . . . review of research and theory pertaining to remarried relationships and some of the factors contributing to remarriage instability. . . . The book provides . . . an up-to-date introduction." --Child & Family Behavior Therapy "Lawrence H. Ganong and Marilyn Coleman advance the understanding of remarried families be summarizing and synthesizing the results of empirical studies and works by clinicians on remarried families into a concise, readable book. . . . Due to its comprehensive scope, this book stands out as the single most valuable current publication on remarried families. . . . Family scholars and practitioners will find this book a wonderful reservoir of information." --Journal of Marriage and the Family Using a normative-adaptive perspective, Lawrence Ganong and Marilyn Coleman take a timely and comprehensive look at close relationships in remarried families. The authors present a thorough exploration of why some remarriages and stepfamilies function well, while others do not. Beginning with a brief historical and clinical overview, the authors examine factors and issues that either contribute to, or hinder the development of, close relationships in remarried families. Chapters include discussions on all of the relationship combinations found in stepfamilies, child abuse in stepfamilies, extended family relationships, and a review of various clinical perspectives that provide insight into well-functioning as well as dysfunctional stepfamilies.

Family Mediation

Author: Lisa Parkinson
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This is a practical guide to family mediation, outlining the mediation process to lawyers, and describing the ways in which they can become involved. Each stage of the mediation process is examined, showing how practitioners should interact with other professionals, such as counsellors and mediators, and offering advice on the role of the mediator in particular situations. The approach is practical, keeping references to mediation theory to a minimum, and the advice given is wide-ranging in its coverage.

Mediation And Conflict Resolution In Social Work And The Human Services

Author: Edward Kruk
Publisher: Chicago : Nelson-Hall Publishers
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This timely collection written from a social work perspective includes original chapters by leading experts in specific fields of mediation and conflict resolution. Each chapter examines a field of practice, describes the actual mediation/conflict resolution process, considers current debates and research, and provides alternatives to mediation. Gender, race, class, and cultural diversity issues are integrated throughout the text, with a separate chapter addressing mediation and multicultural reality.

Reflective Learning For Social Work

Author: Nick Gould
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Since the publication of Donald Schön's The Reflective Practitioner in 1983 there has been a dramatic growth of research and writing developing the concept of reflective learning. Surprisingly, there has been little application of concepts of reflective learning to social work education.This volume:- makes accessible for the first time to a social work readership a book which focuses on reflective learning in social work- brings together material on reflective learning from both academic and practice settings- creates a seminal text for educators and trainers in universities and practice settings- has relevance to an international readership, with contributions from the UK, USA, Canada and Australia.