Next Steps in Parenting the Child Who Hurts PDF ePub eBook

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  • Format Name: Next Steps in Parenting the Child Who Hurts
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  • Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • Data Published: 01 August 1999
  • ISBN: 1853028029
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  • Format eBook: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • File Size: 46MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 224 pages
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This sensitive, practical handbook is designed to support adopted children and teenagers and their families. An adopted child may well have suffered abuse or neglect- he or she will have experienced separation, loss, and inconsistent parenting. This early trauma and upheaval is often expressed in emotional and behavioural problems, which are especially difficult for the child and his or her parents to cope with during the teenage years. Drawing on both firsthand experience and research, the author presents strategies to improve adopted children's patterns of behaviour, in what to them is a hostile world. The situations covered include sleep problems- anger, agression and violence- lying and stealing- staying out late and running away- addictive behaviours and self harm- impulsiveness and risk taking- money issues- sex- suicide and compulsive eating disorders.

About Caroline Archer

Caroline Archer is an adoptive parent. Adoption UK is a registered charity which aims to provide information, support and advice for prospective and existing adoptive parents and long-term foster carers.

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