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Troubled Families Problem Children (Book: Chapter 7)

In this chapter, we present a number of questions and objections which parents frequently raise when we are discussing the various content areas. In raising htese issues and offering some explanations we might use in our groups, our intention is to help therapists prepare for the nature of parent discussions. If parents do not raise these questions, out of reluctance or for some other reason, we suggest that the therapist raise these issues him/herself in order to foster problem-solving and discussion.

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Year: 2008
Bibliography: Webster-Stratton, C. and Herbert, M. Chichester, England, John Wiley and sons. 1994.
Authors: Webster-Stratton, Herbert, , , 

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