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Working With Children Who Have Experienced Neglect or Abuse (NTSC format) (APA# 4310646)

by Wes Crenshaw American Psychological Association
Pub Date:
02/2006
ISBN:
9781591472612
Format:
Vid 0 pages
Price:
AU$283.00 NZ$288.70
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The APA Psychotherapy Video Series VII: School-Based Interventions presents distinguished psychologists demonstrating specific approaches to a wide range of patient problems. Designed for clinical training and continuing education, these videos were created to provide psychology students and practitioners with expert introductions to various therapeutic approaches and hands-on knowledge of how to treat particular patient issues. The first in the series, Working With Children Who Have Experienced Neglect or Abuse, demonstrates Dr. Crenshaw's approach to recontextualize the act of injustice that has occurred in the client family. The offender must come to think of his or her behavior as wrongful, and the victim must come to see what has happened as just a small part of a larger life picture. This restorative justice model helps children and families come to a new understanding of what has happened to them. About Dr. Crenshaw, he received his PhD in counseling psychology from the University of Kansas. He is board certified in family psychology (ABPP) and directs the Family Therapy Institute Midwest. He was a regional faculty member at Cloe Madanes' Family Therapy Institute of Washington, DC for several years. He was training director at an urban child and family guidance center for five years, where he founded a predoctoral psychology internship and, along with Greg Tangari, a post-masters program for the supervision of clinical social workers toward independent licensure. Dr. Crenshaw is the author of Treating Families and Children in the Child Protective System: Strategies for Systemic Advocacy and Family Healing (2004). In addition to this new book, Dr. Crenshaw has also published articles in The Family Therapy Networker, Child Abuse and Neglect: The International Journal, Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Child Welfare, Psychiatric Services (formerly H&CP), Behavioral Sciences and the Law, and The Family Journal. He has also written chapters in Changing Directives: The Strategic Therapy of Jay Haley (Zeig, 2001) and The Therapists Notebook (Hecker & Deacon, 1998). Dr. Crenshaw has presented programs at the Brief Therapy Conference (Erickson Foundation); the Jay Haley Tribute Conference (Erickson Foundation); The Networker Symposium; the American Psychological Association Annual Convention; the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy; the National Conference on Forgiveness in Clinical Practice; the Kansas Bar Association; the Kansas Trial Lawyers Association; Temple University School of Psychiatry; The University of Kansas School of Medicine, Wichita; and the Menninger Clinic. Dr. Crenshaw has worked with abused children and their families both in and out of the child protective system for 11 years, and has consulted for a number of years with mental health and social service agencies on related topics