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Psychology in practice with young people, families, and schools

Author: Allan Sigston
Publisher: London : D. Fulton Publishers, 1996.
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This is a basic reference for a wide range of professionals working or studying to work with young people, families and schools. It covers current research and models of psychological practice across  Read more...

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Psychology in practice with young people, families, and schools.
London : D. Fulton Publishers, 1996
(OCoLC)603877944
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allan Sigston
ISBN: 1853463906 9781853463907
OCLC Number: 40330948
Description: xii, 228 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Part 1 Introduction: psychology in practice; problem solving. Part 2 Young people: solution-focused therapy; working with young people; vulnerabilities in adolescence; refugees; teenagers, crime and punishment. Part 3 Families: family therapy - a review of current approaches; parent nuclear families; adoption and fostering. Part 4 Schools: applying psychology to school effectiveness; inclusive education - the progress of integration; the well-being school; working with trauma in schools; fair shares for all?
Other Titles: Psychology in practice
Responsibility: edited by Allan Sigston [and others].
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