Interventions for Children of Divorce
Custody, Access, and PsychotherapyBook - 1986
Presented in this book are a set of principles for dealing with the children of divorcing parents for mental health professionals working with the family, lawyers in family and divorce practice, and family court judges. It features the most extensive review of the literature, theory and clinical experience available on this subject, and furnishes a sound basis for understanding how separation and divorce can affect children, how to make custody assessments, and how to determine visitation rights. The book also proposes visitation guidelines for frequency of access that are based on the age of the child.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Wiley, c1986
Characteristics: ix, 374 p. ; 24 cm