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Getting Through My Parents' Divorce: For Children Coping With Divorce, Parental Alienation, and Loyalty Conflicts CSM WKB Edition
Contributor(s): Baker, Amy J. L., Ph.D., Andre, Katherine C., Ph.D.
ISBN: 1626251363     ISBN-13: 9781626251366
Publisher: Instant Help Books
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Product Type: Paperback - Other Formats
Published: July 2015
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Annotation: Two child psychology experts offer a workbook for kids whose parents are going through a difficult or hostile divorce, providing helpful suggestions and guidance through the stress and confusing emotions they may be experiencing.
Additional Information
Library of Congress Subjects:
Children of divorced parents; Juvenile literature.
Divorce; Psychological aspects; Juvenile literature.
Children of divorced parents.
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Family | Marriage & Divorce
- Juvenile Nonfiction | Social Issues | Emotions & Feelings
Dewey: 306.89
LCCN: 2015005423
Academic/Grade Level: Grade 3-4, Age 8-9
Book type: Juvenile Non-Fiction
Physical Information: 10.00" H x 8.25" W x 0.25" (0.60 lbs) 114 pages
 
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Contributor Bio(s):
Amy J. L. Baker, PhD, is a national expert on parental alienation and has written a seminal book on the topic, Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome, published by W. W. Norton & Company. In addition to conducting trainings around the country for parents as well as legal and mental health professionals, Baker has written dozens of scholarly articles on topics related to parent/child relationships and has appeared on national TV, including Good Morning America, CNN, and The Joy Behar Show. She has been quoted in The New York Times and U.S. News & World Report, among other print media outlets. Baker graduated from Barnard College, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She has a PhD in human development from Teachers College, Columbia University.
 
Katherine C. Andre, PhD, is a licensed psychologist in clinical practice for over twenty years. She has worked extensively with families to prevent parental alienation before it begins and to strengthen parent/child relationships with both parents. As a court-appointed child custody director and mediator, she has supervised other mediators and helped parents to develop healthy parenting plans in their children’s best interest. She holds a bimonthly class on parenting that teaches parents the importance of keeping their children out of conflict. She has published articles on parental alienation in the Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association and The California Psychologist, and has made contributions on parental alienation to other publications. She graduated from the College of William and Mary, and received her PhD from the University of Georgia with an area of specialization in child neuropsychology.