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Publisher Description

[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Most of us know this profile well: a dual-income family with parents working opposite shifts; two or three kids who were raised in a day care or by a combination of relatives, schools, and TV or video games; and maybe one family vacation a year (before the 2008 recession), now a "staycation." A middle-class family with a home that is probably a little too big, and a pet or two, lots of toys and sports. Sports, sports, and more sports. They are constantly running kids to dance and hockey, baseball, practice, games, or just to watch another game. In our typical client family, life generally goes along pretty well. There are no major catastrophes outside of some expected sibling rivalry or fears of not passing the next test at school.

GENRE
Health & Well-Being
RELEASED
2011
March 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
8
Pages
PUBLISHER
American Psychotherapy Association
SIZE
221
KB

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