Magical Moments of Change How Psychotherapy Turns Kids Around Terr presents highly effective child psychotherapeutic stylesand techniques and demonstrates them in three ways byrelating moments from at least six of her own cases byconveying and comparing moments

  • Title: Magical Moments of Change: How Psychotherapy Turns Kids Around
  • Author: Lenore Terr
  • ISBN: 9780393705300
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Terr presents highly effective child psychotherapeutic stylesand techniques and demonstrates them in three ways byrelating moments from at least six of her own cases byconveying and comparing moments from 33 of her distinguishedcolleagues cases and by watching her wild child patient, little Cammie, develop her own eight magical moments over a period of fifteen yeTerr presents highly effective child psychotherapeutic stylesand techniques and demonstrates them in three ways byrelating moments from at least six of her own cases byconveying and comparing moments from 33 of her distinguishedcolleagues cases and by watching her wild child patient, little Cammie, develop her own eight magical moments over a period of fifteen years These moments arerare But by pooling them together, or by looking at howthey develop over a long period of time in a single individual,readers are able to achieve further understanding of theprocess of change in child and adolescent psychotherapy.

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    One thought on “Magical Moments of Change: How Psychotherapy Turns Kids Around”

    1. Good overall, but too psychoanalytical for my taste. Its focus on moments that largely bubble up from an experienced practitioner's unconscious limits it's utility for the new practitioner, like me. I was also somewhat annoyed by the author's frequent, unexamined (if mild and unassuming) references to her own and others' Christianity. I found some views and vignettes surprisingly normative. The case studies were especially enjoyable however, and there is good content. It was worth the read.

    2. This was a great book and really helpful for my job in counseling children. I especially enjoyed the many case studies included in the book.

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