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Nonverbal Learning Disabilities in Children: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Practice [Copertina flessibile]

John M. Davis , Jessica Broitman

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12 maggio 2011
This book offers a well-rounded understanding of nonverbal learning disabilities (NVLD) in children, placing it within the context of other developmental disorders, most notably high-functioning autism and Asperger's syndrome.

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John M. Davis, Ph.D, is currently an Associate Professor at California State University, East Bay, and Chair of the Educational Psychology Department, where he teaches and supervises. He received his Ph.D. from the U.C. Berkeley School Psychology program and did clinical postdoctoral studies to become a licensed psychologist. He has a special interest in learning and developmental disorders having been the director of a school and clinic for students with learning disabilities for 13 years, which provided diagnostic and intervention services. His current clinical work is primarily with children and adults with learning disorders. His writing and research interests include articles and book chapters in the areas of mental health consultation, suicide/crisis intervention, and learning disorders. Jessica Broitman, Ph.D, is the President emeritus of the San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group and Executive Director of its Clinic and Training Center. She frequently lectures on Weiss's Control Mastery Theory worldwide. Currently a psychoanalyst in private practice since 1980, she has worked with families who have learning disabled children for more than 10 years. She is currently involved in several research projects concerning the treatment and understanding of NVLD, and has a special interest in helping professionals and families understand and treat this disorder.

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2.0 su 5 stelle Nothing new in this expensive book 20 settembre 2011
Di Shopper1 - Pubblicato su
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I was very disappointed in this expensive book, which could easily have been published as a much shorter review article. If you have read any of the most common books about NLD, you have read much more than is in this book. In fact, in summarizing current guidelines, the author quotes from these few other popular books. I found absolutely nothing helpful in this book. I gave it two stars rather than one because if you are completely new to NLD you might learn something- but you'd do better to go to the other books. The preceding 5 star reviews must have been written by friends. Do not waste your money on this book.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Nonverbal Learning Disabilities in Children: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Practice 10 agosto 2011
Di John Gualtieri - Pubblicato su
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Davis and Broitman have made a significant contribution with the publication of Nonverbal Learning Disabilities in Children. As a psychologist, I can enthusiastically recommend it to colleagues and clients. For many of us, the term nonverbal learning disability has not been clearly defined or understood. This book is accessible. It clearly defines nonverbal learning disabilites and the problems encountered by those who struggle with them. The authors offer thoughtful and practical approaches to interventions. I found the discussion of co-occurring problems especially useful. They explain how anxiety and depression may result from nonverbal learning disabilities and how those with autism spectrum disorders may be further helped if nonverbal learning disabilites are considered. Whether working with children or adults, this book should be part of a mental health practioner's library.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Deep, helpful, and groundbreaking... 31 luglio 2011
Di Michael J. Bader - Pubblicato su
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I treat adults in psychotherapy. Several of them have children diagnosed (finally) with NLD. Getting help was a nightmare for them for many years. Then I hooked them up with Drs. Davis and Broitman who finally brought calm, thoughtful sense into their lives and their relationship to their kids. Understanding this subtle, complex syndrome is half the battle. Doing something about it is another.
It has been both my direct experience with Davis and Broitman and the knowledge gained from this book that's made it crystal clear how under-diagnosed, under-treated, and misunderstood these kids tend to be. Their book finally corrects this problem. Of greatest interest to me is their recommendation that, of all the learning disabilities, NLD really HAS to be treated by a team, that it's a collaborative enterprise involving people with different skill-sets. Putting them together is the problem. This book is the solution.
4.0 su 5 stelle Learning 11 marzo 2013
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So far so good. It is a summary of many different theories.
It is easy and read and has a common sense flavor.
5.0 su 5 stelle Truely Closes the Between Science and Practice 31 luglio 2011
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A remarkably thoughtful and complete look at every aspect of living and/or working with children with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities and their families. I especially appreciated the developmental orientation and specificity of treatment strategies presented by Broitman and Davis. They not only managed to parse an enourmous amount of new research; they created a moving and detailed portrait of the experience of the child with NVLD. As a family therapist, I very much took heart from their conclusion that "children with NVLD can successfully learn and lead productive lives despite their particularly unusual set of strengths and difficulties." With the help of this book, their families and well educated practioners, I am sure they can.

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