Help for the Hopeless Child
- Federici, Ronald S., Dr.
“For most adoptive parents, the addition of a new child to the family is one of life’s high points. Sadly, this joy is not a universal experience. Children who have suffered extreme deprivation and/or abuse within institutional care settings often arrive with a spectrum of problems that overwhelms most parents. As a drowning person reaches for a lifeline, parents of severely disturbed post-institutionalized children should reach for this book. Guided by his extensive professional and personal experience with these “hopeless” children, Dr. Federici helps parents navigate through the complexities of medical and behavioral services for children with complex problems to help their child reach his or her full potential.” Dana E. Johnson, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Division of Neonatology Co-Director, International Adoption Clinic
The University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Publisher: Dr. Ronald S. Federici and Associates
DC#: 618.92 Fe
1 in stock (can be backordered)