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Child, Family and Therapist Working as a Team
Child, family and therapist working as a team

This chapter will look at ways in which therapists and families can best relate to each other and work together. I have chosen to talk about families rather than parents because, very often, the whole extended family can work in partnership with the therapist to help the child function better at home. Although in most cases mothers are the main carers, sometimes a brother or sister has more time than a mother to use play to help the child to function better. Sometimes an aunt or uncle can persuade a child to do more difficult activities. This is not a criticism of the mother; rather, it is a realisation that ...

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