It Takes a Child to Raise a Parent: Stories of Evolving Child and Parent Development

It Takes a Child to Raise a Parent: Stories of Evolving Child and Parent Development

by Janis Clark Johnston

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781442221611
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 04/16/2013
Pages: 380
Sales rank: 1,298,652
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Janis Clark Johnston, EdD, has worked as a school psychologist in public schools, a supervising psychologist at a mental health center, an employee assistance therapist, and a private practice family psychologist. She received the 2011 Founder’s Award in appreciation for her dedication to the mission of Parenthesis Family Center, Oak Park, IL. Sarah’s Inn, a domestic violence shelter and education center in Oak Park, IL, honored Johnston in 2002 with a Community Spirit Award for her support of teen dating violence prevention/intervention programming for local high school students. Johnston has published journal articles in a variety of journals and co-authored two book chapters. Currently, Johnston is a family psychology consultant in Oak Park, Illinois. The author's website is www.ittakesachild.net

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Author’s Note

Introduction: Children Raise Parents, and Parents Raise Children

Part I. What’s the Story?
1.Let’s Understand Five Basic Needs
2.Discover What a Personality Story-house Says about Us
Part II. Meeting Needs, Our Child’s and Our Own
3. Energy Needs: Are You an Engineer, or Are You Enslaved to Ennui?
5.Discipline Needs: Are You a Disciple, or Are You Disorganized in Disorder?
6.Creativity Needs: Are You a Composer, or Are a Clone to Conformity?
7.Belonging Needs: Are You a Buddy, or Are You Belittled by “Belonging Blues?”
7.Ability Needs: Are You an Archer, or Are You Alienated with Apathy?
Part III. Modeling Self Territory
8. You Can Map Your Personality
9. Learn to Connect the Dots in Self Territory

Chapter Notes
References
Index

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