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From the Publisher"…provides a wealth of information about divorce for beginning and seasoned therapists alike…bridge[s] the gap between legal and mental health disciplines. Everett and Lee provide a concise review of the current literature while offering readers with best practices for working with divorcing families…an invaluable addition to the library of new and seasoned therapists. For beginning therapists, it gives numerous examples of challenges the reader may face when working with divorcing families. For the accomplished therapist, this book covers many possible scenarios that are likely to occur at some point in the therapist’s career, as well as challenge therapists’ biases about divorce… a valuable resource."
– Brandy M. Lucas, M.S., Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy