4 edition of Twelve counseling programs for children at risk found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Susan T. Dennison ; illustrations by Connie K. Glassman.|
|LC Classifications||RJ506.P63 D45 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 414 p. :|
|Number of Pages||414|
|LC Control Number||89020153|
One of their stated concerns is that continuing education programs for physicians newly involved with addiction or considering a mid-career switch into addiction medicine have more content on pharmacotherapies and less content on psychosocial therapies, and that Twelve-Step Facilitation therapy and twelve-step recovery overall are at risk of. Programs and services offered through the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office Youth Services are open to any youth ages in the parish. Participants are referred to programs by the Juvenile Assessment Center, a parent or guardian, teachers or school counselors, as well as outside agencies such as Juvenile Probation and Parole Officers.
These programs have a variety of delivery mechanisms, including a health center or system, home visiting by a trained worker, combining counseling with growth monitoring, providing group sessions for parents, and media outreach. Some are directed to children with a particular risk factor, such as prematurity or low–birth weight (LBW). USA. Children who have been raised on a military base are surrounded by other children whose parents are at equal risk for death and injury. Other children tend to avoid the bereaved child because they fear that their own parent may die. Mirroring the adults around them, they don’t want to talk to the bereaved child.
Violence at home also increases a child’s risk of developing PTSD after a traumatic event. sepArAtIon AnxIety dIsorder Many children experience separation anxiety between 18 months and three years old, when it is normal to feel some anxiety when a parent leaves the room or goes out of sight. Usually children can be distracted from these feelings. Many children and adolescents use alcohol and other drugs. Some develop serious problems which require professional treatment. Examples of treatment include outpatient clinics, twelve-step programs, inpatient units, and dual diagnosis units for .
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Dennison ; illustrations by Connie K. Glassman. Child counselors use a variety of techniques to assess and treat a child with behavioral or mental health symptoms. Sessions often include parents or families, who engage in all or part of the activities of a session.
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