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Divorce as a Developmental Process

Edited by Judith H. Gold, M.D., F.R.C.P.C.

  • 1988
  • 184 Pages
  • ISBN 978-0-88048-146-5
  • Item #8146

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This book is written from the perspective of divorce as a catalyst. It ilustrates and discusses how such a life event, which is usually so destructive and traumatic, can eventually result in positive growth for the individual.


  • The psychosocial effects of personal divorce on young adults. Belittling: psychosocial and legal considerations. Assessing and treating divorcing men. Some clinical perceptions of middle-aged divorcing women. Sexual behavior of women after divorce. The impact of parental divorce on children and adolescents. From the trees to the forest: what developmental approaches to divorce offer the matrimonial lawyer. Divorce as development: the process of psychotherapy.

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