Designed as a practical hands-on manual or text for students and professors of social work, Therapeutic Family Mediation will also prove highly useful to mental health practitioners, legal professionals and mediators, couples going through divorce, and community workers specializing in family services. Key Features: Guides the reader through the authors' five-step model: Intake/Assessment, Pre-Mediation, Negotiation, Termination, and Follow-Up Outlines the use of parenting plans and financial plans Explores patterns of conflict and monetary issues Explains the process of drafting contracts Provides the tools necessary for assisting high-conflict couples and culturally diverse couplesThe promise of mediation: Responding to conflict through empowerment and recognition. San Francisco: ... Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Dillon, P., aamp; Emery, R. (1996). Divorce mediation and resolution of child custody disputes: Long-term effects. ... Part-time paradox: Connecting gender, work, and family. Toronto:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Therapeutic Family Mediation: Helping Families Resolve Conflict|
|Author||:||Howard H. Irving, Michael Benjamin|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 2002-06-12|