A guide to expanding any psychotherapy practice, this book provides therapists with essential information for helping clients manage the process of divorce with minimal damage to their kids, themselves, and their finances. The author is a prominent divorce mediator who shows how to guide individuals and couples to make sound choices at each step of the divorce process. He clearly explains the legal and practical aspects of divorce, and discusses how legal and emotional processes interact. Topics include helping clients choose the right lawyer or mediator, collaboratively develop custody and parenting plans, and deal with property and support issues. A wealth of concrete examples are included.They began to collaborate with psychologists and family therapists to find a more decent and humane way to facilitate divorce. The mediation movement began in a few states, most notably New Jersey and Minnesota, and by the early 1980sanbsp;...
|Title||:||Working with Divorcing Spouses|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Press - 2007|