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Family treatment Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Family treatment from your list? Family treatment. the sibling bond and other relationship issues. Published 1993 by . Thomas in Springfield, Ill. Brothers and sisters, Family psychotherapy. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Siblings play a unique role in one another's lives that simulates the companionship of parents as well as the influence and assistance of friends. Because siblings often grow up in the same household, they have a large amount of exposure to one another, like other members of the immediate family.
Freeman, E. M. (1993). In P. G. Zukow (E., Sibling interaction across cultures: Theoretical and methodological issues (pp. 165–183). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas. New York: Springer-Verlag.
17. Sisters by Schaefer, Lola M. ISBN: 9780736848411.
Family treatment: The sibling bond and other relationship issues:handbook of developmental family p. .Recent studies on siblings are more and more focused on family context. Brothers and sisters influence one’s development on many different levels. In a case when one of the brothers or sisters has special needs, this relationship is even more specific and. could have positive but also negative impacts.
Sibling relationships also have an important influence on individual .
Sibling relationships also have an important influence on individual development and general family functioning. Siblings: Selected full-text books and articles.
The other goal is to clarify the nature and types of narratives that emerge in people’s natural environments during such transitions and during counseling sessions with social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, nurses, and other service providers.