By Julian Elliott
Written by way of training clinicians, this e-book is designed as a consultant should you paintings with young ones. In transparent, easy language it focuses upon probably the most universal, but frequently incapacitating problems that are often encountered by means of little ones and youth. After introducing and discussing various different types of remedy and remedy utilized in scientific paintings with young ones, the ebook offers a chain of chapters, every one facing a particular trouble. Drawing upon contemporary examine findings, and utilizing targeted case illustrations, it seeks to assist the reader to appreciate the character of every challenge and provides a consultant as to how the kid in hassle can most sensible be helped. The ebook is designed to be of specific worth to these operating in schooling, social paintings, wellbeing and fitness and child-care settings, and a person who should be capable of realize and support little ones in hassle.
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Although Broadwin (1932) is credited as being the ﬁrst writer to describe a form of persistent school absence marked by fearfulness and prolonged refusal to attend, Johnson et al. (1941) coined the term ‘school phobia’ to describe this phenomenon. According to these early theorists, the schoolrefusing child had an excessively strong love attachment to the parent and fantasised about returning to the nourishing and protective maternal situation enjoyed in infancy. The mothers of such children were perceived as having similarly unfulﬁlled emotional needs and, as a result, became overprotective of their child and overdemanding of attention.
1986), the techniques are easily transferred into the family context, and the approach is proving to be equally effective when used with families (Gingerich and Eisengart 2000). As its name implies, the task of the therapist within sessions is continually to guide the conversation in the session towards solution talk. To do this the therapist ﬁts in with the family process while highlighting exceptions to the rule that ‘the problem is always there’, the potential solutions they have already found, and the individual, or family, strengths which they themselves identify.
If another topic was raised he would immediately become communicative once more. When asked about his bargaining over the replacement motorcycle he replied that he wanted it so badly that he would force himself to attend school. School refusal 6 43 Richard’s mother was meeting regularly with her husband in order to persuade him to exert inﬂuence over their son. Father was coming to the house on a regular basis but family discussions usually ended with Dad losing his temper with Richard. The investigation of Richard’s case indicated that his school refusal was maintained primarily by the fourth of Kearney and Silverman’s (1993) categories, that is, his school refusal behaviour was being positively reinforced by his out-of-school experiences.