HOMEWORKS #2: Helping Children and Youths Develop Positive AttachmentsBy:
Eileen Mayers Pasztor
Wendy Whiting Blome
This series of three, interactive, self-instructional workbooks can be used individually or in collaboration with a social worker. Ideas and information are presented, and then the foster parent or adoptive parent can respond by answering questions or completing worksheets relating the presented information to specific children in their care.
HOMEWORKS #2, Helping Children and Youths Develop Positive Attachments, offers general background on how children form attachments and ways to help children develop and maintain positive attachments to their foster or adoptive parents.
Complete Set (#1, #2, and #3)
CWLA Stock Number: 4434
Publication Date: 1993