Disruptions in Childhood: Reworking Unexpected Separations

Unanticipated losses occur during the lives of many
children, through death, divorce, incarceration, and other traumas. As a
child deals with these losses in therapy. the parent can either enhance the
child’s ongoing development or create further disruption. Working with
parents to understand their own needs and responses to loss supports the
child’s progressive development. Two case presentations will illustrate how
the therapist can facilitate growth.

No classes are being offered at this time for this course.