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Also by Debbie Riley:

Beneath The Mask, February 2005
Paperback

Also by John Meeks:

Beneath The Mask, February 2005
Paperback

Beneath The Mask
Debbie Riley, John Meeks

Understanding Adopted Teens

C.A.S.E
February 2005
On Sale: February 1, 2005
260 pages
ISBN: 0971173222
EAN: 9780971173224
Paperback
$19.95
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Self-Help | Non-Fiction

Working with adopted adolescents is complex. The key to successful therapy and healthy development is to help the adolescent discover and accept the person within.

Parents will discover:

•the six most common adoption stuck-spots

•the complexities of adoption

•the adopted teen’s quest for identity

•how therapy may help the adoptive families learn and grow together.

Therapists and clinicians will discover:

•a broad knowledge base on adoption

•a step-by-step assessment process

•clinical intervention strategies

•a wealth of case histories

•treatment resources and therapy tools

•writing and art therapy samples.

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