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(p. 57) Specialized Child and Family Interventions 

(p. 57) Specialized Child and Family Interventions
(p. 57) Specialized Child and Family Interventions

Jay Lebow

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date: 26 October 2020

This chapter reviews strategies that are relevant to intervention with families involved in high conflict divorce. At the center of this approach is a steady patient approach based in constructing realistic proximate goals for treatment in the context of what typically are contentious conflicts. Accent is both on engaging common factors and specific strategies in an integrative systemic framework that may involve meetings with adults and/and children, in various configurations depending on the presenting situation. The chapter brings into this context interventions and research that do not always reach child custody professionals, as well as approaches designed specifically for this population.

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