Synopses & Reviews
Working with children in therapy almost always involves working with their parents. It's a dynamic that can be very challenging for the therapist, who must juggle their loyalty to the child while trying to maintain a functioning rapport with the parents.
This volume aims to help the therapist feel more at ease when dealing with parents or caretakers and to find creative ways of forming a good working relationship with them.
Designed for easy use by the practitioner, Creative Therapy II contains example activities, worksheets and handouts developed through the authors' own clinical work.