Table of contents for Child-parent-relationship (C-P-R) therapy : a 10-session filial therapy model / Garry L. Landreth, Sue C. Bratton.

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Preface
1. History, Development and Objectives of Filial Therapy
2. Unique Features of Filial Therapy
3 Training and Supervision of Filial Therapists
4 Critical Components in Facilitating the Process of Filial Therapy 
5	Filial Skills, Concepts, and Attitudes to be Taught
6 The Filial Therapy Process
7	Filial Therapy Training Session 1: Training Objectives and Reflective Responding
8	Filial Therapy Training Session 2: Basic Principles for Play Sessions
9	Filial Therapy Training Session 3: Parent-Child Play Session Skills and Procedures
10	Filial Therapy Training Session 4: Supervision Format and Limit Setting
11	Filial Therapy Training Session 5: Play Session Skills Review
12 Filial Therapy Training Session 6: Supervision and Choice Giving
13 Filial Therapy Training Session 7: Supervision and Self-Esteem Building Responses
14	Filial Therapy Training Session 8: Supervision and Encouragement vs. Praise
15	Filial Therapy Training Session 9: Supervision and Generalizing Skills
16	Filial Therapy Training Session 10: Evaluation and Summing Up
17	Debbie's Filial Therapy Journey: A 1-Week, 4-Year, and 13-Year Follow-Up
18	Questions Parents and Children Ask, and Problems and Solutions in Filial Therapy Training
19	A Mother's Perspective on Filial Therapy: Learning About My Child and Myself
20	Variations of the 10-Session Filial Therapy Model
21	Research Evidence for Child-Parent-Relationship Therapy(CPRT): A 10-Session Filial Therapy Model
22 Resources for Child-Parent-Relationship Therapy (CPRT): A 10-Session Filial Therapy Model

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Parent-child interaction therapy.
Play therapy.
Parent and child.