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Working with Families Series

The Working with Family Series - Family Counseling

The beauty, distinction, and uniqueness of this particular series is:
EVERY family member has the opportunity to complete a scale on how they feel about themselves, about other family members, as well as how they perceive the other family members feel about them.

As the structure of families has changed, so has the need for new tools, techniques and resources with which facilitators can assist family members.

The purpose of this new series of family counseling workbooks is to help practitioners who work with families in need of help/intervention to have a tool for identifying family members’ issues through qualitative assessments as well as activities designed to overcome identified problems.

Each workbook contains FULLY REPRODUCIBLE worksheets to use with families and is available as a print book, an eBook, or a combo pack.

Family Breakup and Survival, DivorceFamily Breakup and Survival
Ester A. Leutenberg and Dr. John J. Liptak













Family Change & Crisis
Ester A. Leutenberg and Dr. John J. Liptak














Managing Family Life Involving a Member with Emotional or Physical Challenges
Ester A. Leutenberg and Dr. John J. Liptak













Today's Modern Family Issues
Ester A. Leutenberg and Dr. John J. Liptak















Unique and effective family counseling activities

The uniqueness of the Working with Families Series is that each family member can fill out a scale about themselves and their PERCEPTIONS of each other and then come together with a facilitator to discuss it.

The assessments and activities in these workbooks will allow family members to accomplish the following:

  • Know, understand and empathize with each other better, and accept and celebrate differences in family members. This will provide family members the tools they need to work together to blend more effectively.
  • Develop a greater feeling of bonding and interacting in positive ways, with the common goal that family members genuinely care for one another in a nurturing way.
  • Accept each individual family member as a unique and special person.
  • Provide support and comfort to each other to enhance a sense of trust, loyalty and respect for each other.
  • Communicate honestly with each other, resolve conflicts, and compromise and negotiate for their desire and need.

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