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Children of divorced parents, United States Children Effects of divorce.
Goldstein, Sonja; Solnit, Albert J. (Albert Jay), 1919-. Children of divorced parents, United States Children Effects of divorce. New Haven ; London : Yale University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on June 11, 2014.
by Sonja Goldstein and Albert J. Solnit. Expert, practical advice from two renowned authorities-a lawyer and a child psychiatrist-on how parents can help their children deal with the difficulties caused by family dissolution.
Sonja Goldstein, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Health Law, Business Law, Estate Planning, Probate. With J. Goldstein, A. Freud and . Member of Law Offices of, Eric . Beller, Professional Corporation. Solnit, "In the Best Interests of the Child," The Free Press, 1986. Goldstein, . Solnit, and A. Freud, "The Best Interests of the Child: The Least Detrimental Alternative," The Free Press, 1996. Lecturer, "Children & the Law," Child Study Center, Yale University, 1978?. Visiting Lecturer, Yale Law School, 1995-1996.
Goldstein J, Freud A, Solnit AJ, Goldstein S. In the best interests of the child. Vol. 3. (1986) New York: Free Press. Solnit AJ, Cohen DJ, Neubauer PB. The many meanings of play: A psychoanalytic perspective (1993) New Haven: Yale University Press. Solnit AJ, Nordhaus B, Lord R. When home is no haven: Child placement issues (1994). New Haven: Yale University Press.
by Sonja Goldstein L. Dr. Albert J. ISBN 9780300034141 (978-0-300-03414-1) Softcover, Yale University Press, 1985. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child: Volume 56. by Dr. Peter B. Neubauer . Samuel Abrams .
What principles should guide the courts in deciding the fate of hundreds of thousands of children involved every year in parental divorces and family breakdowns? What should justify state intrusion on the privacy of family relationships? How should professionals - judges, lawyers.
What principles should guide the courts in deciding the fate of hundreds of thousands of children involved every year in parental divorces and family breakdowns? What should justify state intrusion on the privacy of family relationships? How should professionals - judges, lawyers, social workers, psychiatrists, and psychologists - conduct themselves in pursuing "the best interests" of children who have been abandoned, neglected, or abused? The agonizing dilemmas posed by these three questions were the subject of one of the seminal publishing events in the history of The Free press.
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Before he died, Dr. Solnit was revising another one of his influential books, ''Divorce and Your Child'' (1984). He and his co-authors, Sonja Goldstein and Ms. Nordhaus, argue that most divorcing parents can solve their own custody conflicts
Before he died, Dr. Nordhaus, argue that most divorcing parents can solve their own custody conflicts. And unless the parents are involved in intractable conflict, they say, it is best for children to have rich relationships with each parent. Ms. Goldstein is the widow of Joseph Goldstein, who died in 2000.