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Mishna, F. (2007). Meeting Them “Where They're At”: Intensive School-Based Psychotherapy for Children Who Have Been Maltreated. Psychoanal. Soc. Work, 14(2):15-42.

(2007). Psychoanalytic Social Work, 14(2):15-42

Meeting Them “Where They're At”: Intensive School-Based Psychotherapy for Children Who Have Been Maltreated

Faye Mishna, Ph.D.

Child maltreatment is associated with serious psycho-social difficulties and enormous direct and indirect societal costs. As such, it is an area for which new and promising interventions are highly important. The purpose of this exploratory research is to examine intensive school-based psychodynamic therapy for severely maltreated children experiencing significant difficulties, by obtaining perceptions of therapeutic effectiveness by the children's parents, teachers and therapists. Themes include: therapists', parents', and teachers' perceptions of child's changes; parental perceptions of therapy and relationship with the therapist; therapists' perception of relationship with parents; school as the location of therapy; teacher-therapist relationship; and the child's academic status.

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