By Garry L. Landreth, Sue C. Bratton
This booklet deals a survey of the old and theoretical improvement of the filial remedy process and provides an summary of filial remedy education after which filial treatment tactics. The ebook additionally encompasses a transcript of a precise consultation, solutions to universal questions raised via mom and dad, little ones, and therapists, in addition to extra assets and study summaries. extra chapters address filial treatment with particular populations, filial treatment in targeted settings, and maybe the main resource for busy therapists and oldsters, a chapter covers adaptations of the ten consultation version, to permit for paintings with person mom and dad, education through mobilephone, and time-intensive or time-extended schedules.
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Responding to children on the basis of past behaviors restricts children to continue to be the way they have been. If significant adults in children’s lives perceive them as being incapable of change, then children are bound to their past. It is not possible for a child to become what the child is capable of becoming until a significant adult in the child’s life believes the child is capable and responds to the child as though the child were capable. CPRT is based on a belief in the child’s capacity for positive self‑directed change and, therefore, focuses on the child’s potential rather than the child’s problem.
This open‑minded dimension allows the therapist to receive fully and with accuracy the meanings commu‑ nicated by parents verbally and nonverbally in their interactions in the group. Many parents are fearful of rejection of the person they are or rejection of the kind of parent they are when they enter CPRT training. Experiencing acceptance helps them to lower their defenses and consider the possibility of incorporating new parent‑ ing skills into their relationships with their children. Acceptance means prizing the unique person of the parent and does not imply approval of all of the parent’s behaviors.
The critical importance of the group process/group therapy com‑ ponent of filial therapy was supported in Eardley’s (1978) research. indd 19 10/7/05 8:13:30 AM 20 Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) training components coupled with the utilization of demonstrations and required parent–child play sessions with supervision feedback was found to be less effective than a model of filial therapy incor‑ porating a combination of didactic training components and group process components. The effectiveness of filial therapy training is dependent on parents actively processing personal issues related to themselves, their children, the play sessions, and their family.