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Divorce As Developmental Process (Clinical Insights)

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Divorce As Developmental Process (Clinical Insights)

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child & developmental psychology,
  • General,
  • Medical / General,
  • Medical / Nursing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7738236M
    ISBN 100521364191
    ISBN 109780521364195


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Newborn to 6 Months. In infancy, one of a child’s primary developmental tasks is to learn how to trust. Divorce represents a pivotal and often traumatic shift in a child's world -- and from his perspective, a loss of family.

When told of the news, many children feel sad, angry, and anxious, and have Author: Laura Broadwell. The book begins with a historical overview of parental influence and child-rearing philosophies, which sets the stage for the examination to follow.

The text then turns to an exploration of the developmental context of parenting strategies in toddlers, young children, and adolescents. The developmental maladjustment of children is not triggered by divorce itself, but rather by other risk factors associated with it, such as interparental conflict, parental psychopathology.

Keywords: divorce, developmental theories, Freud, Erikson, Bowlby, Piaget, Bandura, Vygotsky, Bronfenbrenner In the US today, about 40 to 50 percent of marriages end in divorce with a greater percentage of subsequent marriages ending in divorce (, ).

Developmental Stage: Later Elementary (9 to 12 years) This is a developmental stage when children become much more independent from their parents. Friends take on an even more important role.

At this developmental stage, your child is likely to be concerned about how the divorce will affect his social life at school and with friends. Book Description.

The Handbook of Divorce and Custody brings together mental health professionals and forensic specialists dedicated to working in the legal arena with families in crisis. Section I provides the individual perspectives of experienced clinicians, all of whom share a psychodynamic and developmental purview, and supplements their accounts with the.

divorce-remarriage process increases, accumulating evidence points to fairly regularly occuring sequences that most people go through as they move from the family of first marriage through the family of established remarriage. Like all family developmental sequences, each stage in the process is a cycle of critical event which disrupts a stable.

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Therefore, considering divorce as a demanding developmental process that requires time to manage with divorce-adjustment tasks to achieve life satisfaction, it.

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Using case examples where issues such as the developmental needs of children, relocation, domestic violence and the alienated child are involved, the book will identify a process to critique the evaluation reports of others, help you clarify the strengths and weaknesses of your case(s); and describe providing expert testimony on a range of.

Emotional Stages of Divorce The decision to end a relationship can be traumatic, chaotic, and filled with contradictory emotions. There are also specific feelings, attitudes, and dynamics associated with whether one is in the role of the initiator or the receiver of the decision to breakup.

After reading this book, and testing their knowledge of the material, most parents report having a much clearer understanding of the divorce process and particularly the resulting impact divorce has on children. The areas that parents say they found most informative are those on co-parenting strategies, the stages of divorce, and children’s age-File Size: KB.

Gain new understanding of the role that the children of divorce play within their own family systems. Unlike most other literature on the subject, Children of Divorce studies--both empirically and clinically--the role of the children within the dysfunctional pattern of the dissolving family system.

The unique and insightful perspectives in this volume equip practitioners and. Developmental psychology is the scientific study of how and why human beings change over the course of their life. Originally concerned with infants and children, the field has expanded to include adolescence, adult development, aging, and the entire pmental psychologists aim to explain how thinking, feeling, and behaviors change throughout life.

Social and Emotional Development. Every child goes through a process of social and emotional development. Young children have an attachment bond with their primary caretaker. Usually, this is their mother.

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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. This is true of the divorce process, where later adult development is usually strongly affected by divorce processes during childhood. In addition to these issues that are directly related to the divorce process in children, there are aspects to consider as they relate to developmental factors in the litigation process.

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Rather, the ending of the story suggests that understanding and coping with divorce is likely to be a longer-term developmental process, and not a one-time conversation.

Family Changes: Explaining Divorce to Children, by Azmaira H. Maker, is a picture storybook that focuses on a non-traumatic separation and divorce between a heterosexual couple. Therefore, the impact of divorce is placed in the context of an existing, child-specific developmental process.

Although there are clear advantages conferred by adopting a longitudinal approach to understanding how divorce affects children's adjustment, several issues complicate the use of longitudinal by: Divorce and separation have direct impact on children’s development.

In addition to understanding how they can influence behaviour, this topic aims to provide a better understanding of the possible effects according to the child’s age and how to lessen these effects through various interventions.

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Divorce Doesn’t Have to Be That Way is the complete guide to divorce counseling for therapists and others who want to give healthy support to clients throughout the divorce process.

With its emphasis on family centered, non-adversarial approaches, this book features practical step-by-step intervention procedures for all key elements of the. STAGES OF DIVORCE: A PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE. FLORENCE. KASLOWI. INTRODUCTION. ANY INDIVIDUALS ENGAGED IN THE PROCESS OF DI-VORCING' indicate that the personal pain and confusion they experience.

are intensified by a seeiingly indifferent or condemning. other developmental disabilities. New York, NY: Routledge.

Johnston, J. & Roseby, V. () In the Name of the Child: A Developmental Approach to Understanding and Helping Children of Conflicted and Violent Divorce. NY: Free Press. Lebow, J. & Rekart, K. () Integrative family therapy for high-conflict divorceFile Size: KB.