Not all good-byes are alike. But each is important in its own way. Beautiful photographs and simple text illustrate a variety of good-bye situations. Saying good-bye is part of saying hello! Ages 4-8.
Highly respected clinicians Eliana Gil and David Crenshaw have written an outstanding and much-needed resource on the termination process in therapy. They address both brief and longer-term sessions and offers practical guidance illustrated with vivid case material. Tools are provided for helping children and families understand termination and work through associated feelings of loss and grief. Challenges in creating positive endings to therapy with children who have experienced trauma and adversity are given particular attention.Authored by Eliana Gil and David Crenshaw, this book is a “must have” for novice as well as experienced therapists.
- Termination as a Necessary and Useful Closure of the Formal Therapy Relationship
- Open-Door Terminations: A Developmentally Sensitive Approach
- The Revolving Door of Managed Care
- Premature Termination
- Unique Issues in Termination in Child Therapy
- Countertransference Issues
- Critical Goals and Specific Strategies for Successful Termination
- Case Studies of Failures and Successes in the Termination Process
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