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    Working with Adoptive Parents: Research, Theory, and Therapeutic Interventions By Virginia M. Brabender, April E. Fallon
    2013 | 294 Pages | ISBN: 1118109120 | PDF | 2 MB



    Working with Adoptive Parents gathers the current research and best practices on successful interventions in working with adoptive families and translates it into practical applications for therapists to use with this population. The book s strengths-based perspective shows how the adoptive parent might beneficially approach the tasks of parenting and how human service professionals can work with the adoptive parent. With a focus on increasing understanding and cultural competence around adoptive parents, the authors help mental health professionals work effectively with the particular needs of adoptive children and their parents.
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