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Book Reviews

Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: A Comprehensive Developmental Approach to Assessment and Intervention

Mary W. Roberts, MD

Published: February 15, 2007

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Drs. Greenspan and Wieder have authored an articulately authoritative volume that will be of definite interest to a broad audience of clinicians, educators, and families. The book’s strength, beyond its essential content, is in its organization and clarity in communicating both concept and application, transforming idea into intervention. The text is organized into 4 parts, which outline the DIR (developmental, individual-differences, relationship-based) model, and applies the model’s theoretical constructs to adaptive infant development, developmental differences or challenges, and more serious psychopathology.’ ‹

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Volume: 68

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