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        StatementJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
        PublishersJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
        LC ClassificationsSeptember 17, 2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 93 p. :
        Number of Pages81
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        ISBN 100471411442

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Patients must want to change. And when your amygdala is shaken up it is challenging to think clearly. The Brooklyn boy and his family, though initially terrified, gained peace of mind and assurance that what happened was not their fault.

Adolescent behavior problems were assessed using the Revised Behavior Problem Checklist. During the first session, the therapist and client agree on a clear psychodynamic focus, rather like a treatment contract.

Case series: brief parent

Brief counseling with children and adolescents: Interactive, culturally responsive, and action-based. She appears to be the kind of person who wears her heart on her sleeve, but it is a big heart nonetheless, capable of caring for others with loyalty and compassion.

Ego Psychology derives from Freudian psychology. The term "expressive" refers to techniques that intend to facilitate the client's expression of problems and conflicts and their understanding.