By Matthew D. Selekman MSW
In this attractive consultant, Matthew Selekman provides state-of-the-art suggestions for supporting young children and their households triumph over quite a lot of emotional and behavioral demanding situations. vibrant case fabric illustrates easy methods to have interaction consumers swiftly and enforce interventions that elicit their strengths. Integrating options and instruments from quite a few healing traditions, Selekman describes inventive purposes of interviewing, family members paintings and play, postmodern and narrative thoughts, and optimistic psychology. He highlights how one can advertise spontaneity, enjoyable, and new possibilities—especially with consumers who consider caught in longstanding problems and entrenched styles of interplay. The ebook updates and refines the strategy initially awarded in Selekman's acclaimed Solution-Focused remedy with Children.
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Antonio, a 9-year-old from Spain, was having grave difficulty coping with his parents’ recent divorce. Since the divorce, he had not seen his father for 8 months. He had been picking on his 7-year-old sister Cecilia, not following his mother’s rules, talking to her in a disrespectful way, and engaging in disruptive behaviors in his classroom at school. Lucinda, the mother, openly admitted that she had been yelling at and punishing Antonio quite a bit lately. The family was struggling financially as well.
202). Throughout my professional career, I have worked with numerous children and adolescents who had extensive treatment histories and yet were given little opportunity to voice their individual concerns, expectations, and what specifically they wanted to work on changing individually or with their family situations. Fraser (1995) argues that, unless we take the time to elicit from clients and families their attempted solutions and views of the problem, we will have no idea when their problems are really solved, and we run the risk of replicating unsuccessful attempted solutions that have not worked in the past.
P. 7) Therapists who treat children need to be knowledgeable about child development. By educating parents on what to expect developmentally of their children and helping them find the right “keys,” or courses of action, for supporting their children’s mastery of developmental tasks, we can have a much more meaningful impact on families. Through the use of education and normalization, therapists can dispel parental concerns about what they and referring persons may be identifying as “pathological” behaviors.