Tag Archive: Children

Book review for Oliver James’s Love Bombing: Resetting Your Child’s Emotional Thermostat

Pia Cerveri   Oliver James takes a refreshing approach to raising children in a time when parents are bombarded with techniques ranging from absurd, impossible, cruel and so lofty the ideals are impossible to achieve. His 2012 book, Love Bombing: Resetting Your Child’s Emotional Thermostat is a great read, accessible, plain speaking and compassionate. I enjoyed this book. …

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Book review for Oliver James’s Love Bombing: Resetting Your Child’s Emotional Thermostat

Return to Journal Articles Pia Cerveri   Oliver James takes a refreshing approach to raising children in a time when parents are bombarded with techniques ranging from absurd, impossible, cruel and so lofty the ideals are impossible to achieve. His 2012 book, Love Bombing: Resetting Your Child’s Emotional Thermostat is a great read, accessible, plain …

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In the Best Interests of the Child: Ethical Challenges for Counsellors and Psychotherapists

Return to Journal Articles Sally v. Hunter[1] University of New England Introduction Working with children is challenging in many ways, not least of all ethically. When health professionals work with children or young people they are, to a greater or lesser extent, also working with at least one parent or guardian. A child rarely presents …

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In the Best Interests of the Child: Ethical Challenges for Counsellors and Psychotherapists

Dr Sally Hunter reviews some of the recent literature on working therapeutically with children and explores the main ethical dilemmas that arise for clinicians.

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