Read Adoption: Uncharted Waters: A Psychologist's Case Studies: Clinical and Forensic Issues: With Practical Advice for Adoptees, Parents, and Therapists by David Kirschner Online

adoption-uncharted-waters-a-psychologist-s-case-studies-clinical-and-forensic-issues-with-practical-advice-for-adoptees-parents-and-therapists

Adoption: Uncharted Waters examines adoption issues of abandonment, loss, attachment, bonding, birth-parent fantasies & split identity; as reflected in the Adopted Child Syndrome (ACS) and evidenced in extreme cases of adoptees who commit acts of homicide. Clinical and forensic issues in adoption are explored in high-profile cases.This book offers:- Case studies and fiAdoption: Uncharted Waters examines adoption issues of abandonment, loss, attachment, bonding, birth-parent fantasies & split identity; as reflected in the Adopted Child Syndrome (ACS) and evidenced in extreme cases of adoptees who commit acts of homicide. Clinical and forensic issues in adoption are explored in high-profile cases.This book offers:- Case studies and first person interviews with infamous adoptees such as Joel Rifkin (L.I. serial killer), Steve Catlin (poisoner of two wives and his adopted mother), David Berkowitz (Son of Sam), and Jeremy Strohmeyer (Las Vegas Casino killer).- The escapism of a true crime, court TV narrative - with the virtue of having a vigorous intellectual and moral work-out.- Fascinating, invaluable insights into the inner world of the adopted person.- Signs and symptoms of the Adopted Child Syndrome (ACS), and how to treat and prevent it.- Practical advice for adoptees, parents and therapists when dealing with adoption issues....

Title : Adoption: Uncharted Waters: A Psychologist's Case Studies: Clinical and Forensic Issues: With Practical Advice for Adoptees, Parents, and Therapists
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 9780970288332
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 323 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

Adoption: Uncharted Waters: A Psychologist's Case Studies: Clinical and Forensic Issues: With Practical Advice for Adoptees, Parents, and Therapists Reviews