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Children's Secrets

Children s Secrets Dr Cottle sociologist and practicing clinical psychologist uses these riveting narratives to let children reveal in their own words the impact of such painful secrets as violence infidelity ince

  • Title: Children's Secrets
  • Author: Thomas J. Cottle
  • ISBN: 9780201550818
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dr Cottle, sociologist and practicing clinical psychologist, uses these riveting narratives to let children reveal, in their own words, the impact of such painful secrets as violence, infidelity, incest, debt, alcoholism, and mental illness on each member of the family.

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    About "Thomas J. Cottle"

    1. Thomas J. Cottle

      Professor of EducationBA, Harvard University MA, PhD, University of Chicago LHD, Lesley University LHD, Massachusetts School of Professional PsychologyA sociologist and licensed clinical psychologist, Dr Cottle completed his postdoctorate clinical training at Children s Hospital, Boston, and Tavistock Clinic and Anna Freud Clinic in London He has held faculty positions at Harvard University, MIT, Boston College, Amherst College, Wesleyan University, Columbia College in Chicago, and a research position with the Children s Defense Fund In addition, he has been a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study, University of Illinois Among his honors are a Young Psychologist Award from the American Psychological Association Guggenheim Fellowship Fellowship from the Field Foundation Pioneer Fellowship Educational Press Association Writers Award National Television Broadcast Executives Award Psychological Association Award Gabriel Award Parents Choice Magazine Award DeRose Hinkhouse Award of Merit from the Associated Church Press Career Achievement Award from the Massachusetts Psychological Association Professor Cottle is the author of thirty books and than five hundred and seventy five articles, essays, and reviews.

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    1. Even thought this book is decades old, it is still worth the read. Intense insight into what children deal with and never say a word about.


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