By Frank C. Seitz
A realistic, compassionate, and funny examine behavioral/psychological innovations in taking good care of sufferers. Covers tension, continual ache, melancholy, suicide, alcoholism, drug abuse, sleep problems, household violence, sexual abuse, and developmental levels of lifestyles.
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In a therapeutic foster care environment, a child is placed in a home with foster parents who have received specialized training to work with children who have emotional or behavioral problems. Typically, only one child is placed in a home at a time and supervisors’ caseloads are kept small. In addition to their extensive preservice training, therapeutic foster care parents receive substantial ongoing supervision and support.
I was almost scared to see my therapist back then because it felt like something strange was going on. . He just would not talk to me like a normal person. [He’d] talk to me like somebody trying to play with my head. . I’d say it was more scary than helpful. It’s not scary anymore. Other students reported that therapy was helpful and effective for improving their coping skills. One interviewed participant described the benefits he felt from therapy: Going through therapy my senior year was just breaking down a lot of those notions I had in my head.
Another participant recalled having a teacher who was very depressed and had a breakdown in class. The response: I don’t remember sympathy. It was kind of like weird and then not talked about. The only thing that I remember other teachers saying was just, someone made a kind of remark about how she was pretty weak and whiny and pitiful. One participant summed the attitudes up this way: “Private should be kept private. . ” Another said, Like when something happened with a student, it was like all the teachers would whisper about it and there was nothing acknowledged ever in class.
Behavioral Medicine Made Ridiculously Simple by Frank C. Seitz