Social Worker

Psychology of Underachieving Adults


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4 CE credit hours training
   Cost
$20.00
   Source
Robert A. Yourell
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Negotiation: The approach to negotiation taught in this course serves the parents' twin needs of preserving their own well being, and pursuing their desire to support their child in ways that are productive and worthwhile, according to their values and capacities. These negotiations can be an effective component of efforts to influence the adult child's behavior for various purposes.

These purposes include: 1) preserving the parents physical, emotional, and financial well being in the course of their relationship with their adult child; 2) supporting any efforts to help the adult child become more independent or less self-destructive, and 3) creating a harmonious and functional situation in the parents' home when the adult child is living with them.

The process of preparing for the negotiation can be very therapeutic. 1) It can be used to improve family structure, such as in strengthening the boundaries of the parents or eliciting a more adult role from the


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