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When early interventions with children fail, clinicians wonder: How couldthings have been different? The answers seem obvious at first, but a littlereflection begins to unveil just how complicated this question really is. Whoshould have been included in the treatment? With what professionals and usingwhat approaches? When should intervention have occurred? Each questioninv When early interventions with children fail, clinicians wonder: How couldthings have been different? The answers seem obvious at first, but a littlereflection begins to unveil just how complicated this question really is. Whoshould have been included in the treatment? With what professionals and usingwhat approaches? When should intervention have occurred? Each questioninvolves a spectrum of both personal and societal issues, which is perhaps whyproblems that are so widely acknowledged remain so widely ignored. Often, afamily is not aware that their story could have had a different ending.So, in response to the critical need for a more cohesive system of care for ouryoungest patients, this book presents a conceptual framework for interdisciplinarycollaboration. Examining the issues of infant mental health and early interventionfrom a brain-based perspective one that cuts across all domains addresses the need for individual practitioners to incorporate the whole picturein relation to their part in assessing and intervening with each individual childand parent, and provides a global framework for team collaboration.


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When early interventions with children fail, clinicians wonder: How couldthings have been different? The answers seem obvious at first, but a littlereflection begins to unveil just how complicated this question really is. Whoshould have been included in the treatment? With what professionals and usingwhat approaches? When should intervention have occurred? Each questioninv When early interventions with children fail, clinicians wonder: How couldthings have been different? The answers seem obvious at first, but a littlereflection begins to unveil just how complicated this question really is. Whoshould have been included in the treatment? With what professionals and usingwhat approaches? When should intervention have occurred? Each questioninvolves a spectrum of both personal and societal issues, which is perhaps whyproblems that are so widely acknowledged remain so widely ignored. Often, afamily is not aware that their story could have had a different ending.So, in response to the critical need for a more cohesive system of care for ouryoungest patients, this book presents a conceptual framework for interdisciplinarycollaboration. Examining the issues of infant mental health and early interventionfrom a brain-based perspective one that cuts across all domains addresses the need for individual practitioners to incorporate the whole picturein relation to their part in assessing and intervening with each individual childand parent, and provides a global framework for team collaboration.

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    This was required reading in my child/family mental health course. It's VERY dense, but still fascinating. While I don't think it's practical reading for parents (it's targeted toward clinicians) the information it provides is valuable and enlightening, so I would recommend it to anyone who has time and an interest. This was required reading in my child/family mental health course. It's VERY dense, but still fascinating. While I don't think it's practical reading for parents (it's targeted toward clinicians) the information it provides is valuable and enlightening, so I would recommend it to anyone who has time and an interest.

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