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by Kathleen Hushion,Susan B. Sherman,Diana Siskind
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  • Author:
    Kathleen Hushion,Susan B. Sherman,Diana Siskind
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    Jason Aronson, Inc. (August 31, 2006)
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Clinical Social Work Journal).

Clinical Social Work Journal). Understanding Adoption is a long-overdue look into how adoption affects everyone involved, from the clinician/patient and parent/child dyads, to the social workers, teachers, foster parents, medical professionals, and adoption process.

Please take this quick survey to tell us about what happens after you publish a paper. Clinical Social Work Journal. June 2007, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp 141–142 Cite as. Kathleen Hushion, Susan B. Sherman and Diana Siskind (eds): Understanding Adoption: Clinical Work with Adults, Children, and Parents. Authors and affiliations. First Online: 30 March 2007. for the whole of 2019. Rent this article via DeepDyve.

Understanding Adoption book. Susan B. Sherman, Kathleen Hushion. Clinical work with parents and children as well as with adults who were adopted is the focus of Understanding Adoption

Understanding Adoption book. Clinical work with parents and children as well as with adults who were adopted is the focus of Understanding Adoption.

Clinical work with parents and children as well as with adults who were adopted is the focus of Understanding Adoption. Sherman, Diana Siskind. The authors of this book undertake exploration of this important terrain of loss and connection, and of the fragility and resilience of human bonds.

The authors of Understanding Adoption undertake exploration of this important terrain of loss and connection, and of the fragility and resilience of human bonds

Publisher : Jason Aronson. The authors of Understanding Adoption undertake exploration of this important terrain of loss and connection, and of the fragility and resilience of human bonds.

Adoption is a transformational process bringing parenthood to those who long for but cannot bear children and giving stranded children home, family, and their place in the world. We learn from parents how their quest to have and raise a child has played out in real life, and what shadows might have fallen between the dream and the reality.

The authors of Understanding Adoption undertake exploration of this important terrain of loss and connection, and of the fragility and resilience of human bonds. Understanding Adoption. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc. Book Format.

Diana Siskind is on the faculty of the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis and maintains a private practice that encompasses consultation with parents and supervision in addition to the treatment of adults and children. Sharh yozish qoidalari. Yuklanmoqd. atafsil axborot.

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Adoption is a transformational process bringing parenthood to those who long for but cannot bear children and giving stranded children home, family, and their place in the world. But every adoption is preceded and followed by its story and when these stories are told in the offices of psychotherapists we begin to understand the impact of adoption in all its complexity. We learn from parents how their quest to have and raise a child has played out in real life, and what shadows might have fallen between the dream and the reality. And we learn from the children the many ways that being adopted shaped their development, their sense of identity; what went wrong along the way and how we may help. Clinical work with parents and children as well as with adults who were adopted is the focus of Understanding Adoption. Because adoption has become widely practiced, accepted, and accessible, and because it has greatly changed the composition of families, it is a timely subject for study. The authors of this book undertake exploration of this important terrain of loss and connection, and of the fragility and resilience of human bonds.