Children's Adjustment to Adoption: Developmental and Clinical Issues

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This volume offers extensive coverage of theory and research on children and families and the contextual issues pertinent to the adoption process, with clinical vignettes punctuating key points. The authors close with a discussion of intervention and assessment issues that commonly arise when working with adoptees and their families. Children's Adjustment to Adoption is a welcome addition to the current literature on the psychological issues associated with adoption. It will be valuable for professionals in the fields of clinical and counseling psychology, developmental psychology, nursing, social work, health services, and family studies.
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Places adoption in historical context to address issues that affect both the process and outcome of adoption for children and their parents. Presents theoretical perspectives on the adoption process, along with supportive research, and looks at research on both the adjustment of children and parents to adoption itself and on psychological development over the course of childhood and adolescence. Concerns such as child abuse and parental drug abuse, and adoption across racial and cultural lines, are addressed. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Introduction to the Series
Preface
1 Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Adoption 1
2 Theoretical Perspectives on Adoption Adjustment 10
3 Adoptive Family Life Cycle 21
4 Infant-Placed Adopted Children 34
5 Special Needs Adopted Children 51
6 Transracial and Intercountry Adoption 65
7 Open Adoption 79
8 Clinical Issues and Treatment Strategies 89
9 Conclusions and Future Directions 112
References 117
Author Index 131
Subject Index 136
About the Authors 141
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