Psychotherapy for Mothers and Infants Interventions for Dyads at Risk

Psychotherapy for Mothers and Infants Interventions for Dyads at Risk
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  • ISBN-13: 9780275949273
  • ISBN: 0275949273
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated


Gochman, Eva R. G.


As the structure of the family changes with the proliferation of single parent families, working mothers, infant and day care, and societal complexities and stresses, early therapy for the mother-child dyad becomes critical. Gochman's program, begun under the auspices of the National Institute of Mental Health, has made an impact on the Washington, D.C. area and has ignited a carryover into development training and research in primary prevention programs. This is the first time that mother-infant psychotherapy has been presented outside the professional journal literature. Through case studies, observations, and procedural explanations, Gochman lays out her practice in clear and urgent detail.Gochman, Eva R. G. is the author of 'Psychotherapy for Mothers and Infants Interventions for Dyads at Risk' with ISBN 9780275949273 and ISBN 0275949273.

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