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Belonging everywhere & nowhere : insights into counseling the globally mobile / by Lois J. Bushong, M.S., licensed marriage and family therapist. [print]

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Indianapolis, Indiana : Mango Tree Intercultural Services, [(c)2013.Edition: first editionDescription: xxii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780615696065
  • 0615696066
Other title:
  • Belonging everywhere and nowhere
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • BF636.7.B874.C686 2013
  • BF636.7.C76.B979.B456 2013
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Contents:
Considering patterns of global mobility among clients is important ; Defining our terms : who we are discussing ; Starting when a TCK walks through your door ; Dealing with depression and anxiety disorder : "Why do I feel so sad when my life is so good?" ; Working through adjustment disorders : "Who am I, really?" ; Discovering answers to adjustment disorders such as "where do I belong" ; Understanding adjustment or mood disorders : "Why do I get along with everyone else, except you?" ; Questioning post-traumatic stress disorder : "Where is the abuse, kidnapping, war crime, or life threatening event?" ; Using creative techniques in therapy ; Evaluating theories, therapy models, and TCKs ; Leveraging and launching TCKs ; Wrapping up : "We've only just begun" ; Appendix A: The powerful impact of systems on the globally mobile/ Lois J. Bushong and Ruth E. Van Reken ; Appendix B: Emotionally focused therapy (EFT) techniques for the globally mobile/ Pamela S. Davis and Keith J. Edwards ; Appendix C: TCK wall of fame.
Summary: A guide for counselors with globally mobile clients such as third culture kids (TCKs) that addresses how to work with this population on issues of identity, unresolved grief, loss, and rootlessness; where to find resources; and what theories and techniques work best.
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Considering patterns of global mobility among clients is important ; Defining our terms : who we are discussing ; Starting when a TCK walks through your door ; Dealing with depression and anxiety disorder : "Why do I feel so sad when my life is so good?" ; Working through adjustment disorders : "Who am I, really?" ; Discovering answers to adjustment disorders such as "where do I belong" ; Understanding adjustment or mood disorders : "Why do I get along with everyone else, except you?" ; Questioning post-traumatic stress disorder : "Where is the abuse, kidnapping, war crime, or life threatening event?" ; Using creative techniques in therapy ; Evaluating theories, therapy models, and TCKs ; Leveraging and launching TCKs ; Wrapping up : "We've only just begun" ; Appendix A: The powerful impact of systems on the globally mobile/ Lois J. Bushong and Ruth E. Van Reken ; Appendix B: Emotionally focused therapy (EFT) techniques for the globally mobile/ Pamela S. Davis and Keith J. Edwards ; Appendix C: TCK wall of fame.

A guide for counselors with globally mobile clients such as third culture kids (TCKs) that addresses how to work with this population on issues of identity, unresolved grief, loss, and rootlessness; where to find resources; and what theories and techniques work best.

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