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Therapy with Children provides a detailed and accessible insight into the issues regarding the integrity of therapeutic privacy. Through reference to case studies, law and recent government policy, it unpicks the dilemmas facing the therapist and gives a sound basis for prioritising the child's choice. This book is important for those working therapeutically with children (particularly those working in schools) and to the therapist's supervisor.
Janette Newton, Head of the Dudley Counselling Service for Children and Young People.
A detailed and accessible reference for trainees and qualified therapists working with children. Includes recent updates to the law regarding children and uses case studies to explore ethical dilemmas facing practitioners.
This updated book is of value not only to our students on the child psychotherapy route but also contains very useful information for adult psychotherapists who will need in particular to be aware of safeguarding issues. I therefore recommend this to both groups.
I do use this book in that course and have had good feedback from students
Useful guide to the topic. Like the coverage of theoretical approaches to working with children and for any student researching or considering work in this area the overview of the legislation will be valuable.
This publication is clarfiying! All those areas that you were not quite sure about or were not well defined have been clarifed here! A very comprehensive read!
Some pertinent areas regarding children's rights which will be useful for the early years students.
Although this book did not fit in with the reading requirements for our course, I would strongly recommend it for anybody working with children and young people in a professional capacity, or supervising such people. Makes some limited reference to the different systems in Scotland, but more applicable to England and Wales.
A must for counsellors who work with children and young people
The book was not quite what was expected - however, it does make an excellent additional readig source regarding the law and ethical issues
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