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by Carla B. Ph.D. Garrity,Mitchell A. Baris


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Children of Divorce : A Developmental Approach to Residence and Visitation

Children of Divorce : A Developmental Approach to Residence and Visitation. by Mitchell A. Baris and Carla B. Garrity. We easily recognized his children in the descriptions of how kids at different developmental stages respond to their parents' divorces, and the author's lists of what the kids' developmental tasks are at each stage and what likely trouble areas are helped us to assess how the kids were coping.

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by Mitchell A. Baris, Carla . P. ISBN 9780940929067 (978-40929-06-7) Softcover, Psytec Corp, 1988.

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Baris, M. & Garrity, C. B. (1988). Children of divorce: A developmental approach to residence and visitation. DeKalb, IL: Psytec Corporation. Baum, . Rahav, . & Sharon, D. (2005). Changes in the self-concepts of divorced women. Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, 43(1/2), 47–67.

Carla B. Garrity (Author), Mitchell A. Baris (Author). From Publishers Weekly. ISBN-13: 978-0029113301. That their parents' divorce adds to the burden of children's growing up is amply documented by Garrity and Baris, child psychologists in Denver who specialize in treating partners of acrimoniously failed marriages. Their book is designed to help parents and the professionals who work with them arrive at solutions to stressful situations that will enable the children of divorce to grow into emotionally healthy adults.

Caught in the Middle: Protecting the Children of High Conflict Divorce by Mitchell Baris and Carla Garrity. This book provides extensive support for the many issues that arise when parents attend to their children’s reactions to separation and divorce

Caught in the Middle: Protecting the Children of High Conflict Divorce by Mitchell Baris and Carla Garrity. This book is highly useful in difficult divorces that might be leaving its effects on children. It also provides concrete strategies for minimizing the damage. Back in Control by Gregory Bodenhamer. This book provides extensive support for the many issues that arise when parents attend to their children’s reactions to separation and divorce. It gives detailed descriptions of potential concerns and how to effectively manage the problems that arise. Between Parent and Child by Hiam Ginott.

Divorce Baris, M. Asheville, NC: Blue Ridge. Divorce wars: Interventions with families in conflict. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Garrity, C. & Baris, M. A. (1998). Caught in the middle: Protecting children of high-conflict divorce. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Baris. Published 1988 by Psytec Corp.

a developmental approach to residence and visitation. in DeKalb, IL. Written in English. United States, États-Unis. Bibliography: p. 102-103.

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Comments: (6)

black coffe
This book is an excellent guide to understanding what is best for your child and why. The author's recommendations stem from widely recognized theories of psychological development. It may seem unfair at times to the non-custodial parent. However, a part of being a good parent is doing what is best for your child even if that means putting your own needs aside. I think this book offers excellent guidance for parents trying to develop a healthy co-parenting plan that works and is age appropriate.
Pedora
no comment
BlackBerry
I have recommended this book for several reasons to my divorce mediation participants (and appropriate friends and family members!) as part of my effort to persuade them to ccnsider themselves in the permanent business of parenting, even as they divorce from their personal history of intimacy: (1) the authors' credentials; (2) the helpful descriptions of the consequences of different stages of child develoment, which should lead the participants to revisit their parenting plans at each of those stages; (3) the book is short, well written and jargon free, thus more likely to be read and absorbed.
Nalmezar
I had the book and lost it so I was glad to get one at a good price. I feel the information is right on target and has been helpful in my practice over the years.
Cerekelv
Good book if you are a bad female custodial parent involved in a custody dispute over a baby. Gives lots of reasons for not allowing the non-custodial to be involved as more than just a visitor. If you are a non-custodial, it shows you the kind of shallow thinking that Child psychologists were using only 10 years ago and explains many of the prejudices you run up against when it comes to taking care of babies. One example is they suggest that the "primary parent" or custody should be given to the one that spends the most amount of time caring for the child. They neglect to mention that in many cases this would be the day care provider or that it is possible that the time the "primary parent" gives her baby is only what she has to do to keep the baby alive while the limited time the non-custodial parent gives is because he wants to be with the child and knows that the child desperately need him. The information offered in the book gets more in sync with modern thinking as the age of the child increases.
RED
This book is very outdated to start things off. This shows no studies done on children who are actually involved with equal shared parenting. This book tells how the children should not spend the night at the onon-custodial parents house when at a young age. A child can sleep at a daycare or at school, but can't go spend the night at dad's house. How else can a child get the benefit of having both parents share in the raising of that child. The non-custodial parent would never get to help the child get ready for bed, wake them up in the morning, take them to school, make them dinner, and the list would go on forever. This book is great information for people who want their children to have one parent and to have major problems later in life
Children of Divorce: A Developmental Approach to Residence and Visitation download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Carla B. Ph.D. Garrity,Mitchell A. Baris
ISBN: 0940929066
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Psytec Corp (February 1, 1988)
Pages: 104 pages