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By Arthur E. Jongsma Jr., L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis

New and up to date assignments and routines meet the altering wishes of psychological future health professionals

The Child Psychotherapy Homework Planner, 5th Edition provide you with an array of ready-to-use, between-session assignments designed to slot almost each healing mode. This easy-to-use sourcebook features:

  • 93 ready-to-copy workouts masking the commonest matters encountered via childrens, akin to educational underachievement, low vainness, melancholy, and separation anxiety
  • A quick-reference format—the interactive assignments are grouped via behavioral difficulties together with mixed kinfolk difficulties, divorce response, ADHD, attachment sickness, social nervousness, language problems, and unresolved grief and loss
  • Expert tips on how and while to take advantage of effective use of the exercises
  • Assignments cross-referenced to The baby Psychotherapy therapy Planner, 5th Edition—so you could speedy establish the appropriate workouts for a given state of affairs or problem
  • A CD-ROM comprises all of the workouts in a word-processing format—allowing you to customise them to fit your and your consumers’ exact kinds and needs

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How old are they? 2. How many other children do they have? 3. Why do they want to adopt? 4. What do they like to do for fun? 5. What are their rules? 6. What makes them upset? 7. What is their favorite thing to do as a family? 8. What are their favorite foods? 9. Do they attend church regularly? 10. Will they expect me to go to church? 11. What is their house like? 12. Would I have my own bedroom? Other questions I have for my adoptive parents are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B SOME THINGS I WOULD LIKE MY PARENTS TO KNOW ABOUT ME Complete the following: 1.

My favorite food is 2. One food I don’t like is 3. Vegetables: Yes No Maybe 4. A TV show I like is 5. My favorite movie is 6. The color I like best is 7. A color I don’t like is 8. The time I like to go to bed is 9. The worst punishment to get is 10. One thing that makes me upset is 11. One thing that makes me happy is 12. I feel loved when 13. Something that makes me sad is 14. Something I’m afraid of is 15. I like school (circle one) Not at all A little Sometimes A lot 16. B 17. My favorite subject is 18.

The client and parents are also asked to identify the three most common factors or events that cause him/her to become most angry. Identification of the core issues or precipitating events can help the client begin to learn more adaptive ways to control or express his/her anger. The checklist also helps the therapist identify the emotional issues or stressors that need to be explored more fully in future therapy sessions. The checklist is not allinclusive. The client and parents are encouraged to identify other factors not on the list that may contribute to his/her poor anger control.

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