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Getting Through My Parents' Divorce


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Is your child stuck in the middle of a high-conflict divorce? In But I Love You Both, two psychologists and experts in parental alienation offer a fun and engaging workbook to help kids work through stressful or confusing emotions and feel safe and loved-no matter what.

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Amy J. L. Baker, PhD, is a national expert on parental alienation and has written a seminal book on the topic, Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome, published by W.W. Norton & Company. In addition to conducting trainings around the country for parents as well as legal and mental health professionals, Baker has written dozens of scholarly articles on topics related to parent child relationships and has appeared on national TV, including Good Morning America, CNN, and The Joy Behar Show. She has been quoted in The New York Times and US News & World Report, among other print media outlets. Baker graduated from Barnard College, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She has a PhD in human development from Teachers College, Columbia University. Katherine Andre, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice and a school psychologist. Her work with children has been from these perspectives as well as a Family Court Services custody mediator for over a decade. She received her undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary and her doctorate degree from the University of Georgia. She has extensive experience in the area of parental alienation, having worked with these children and families in both legal and clinical settings for over a decade. She has published articles on parental alienation in Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association and The California Psychologist.


"Exceptionally well written, organized, and presented, Getting Through My Parents' Divorce is very highly recommended and ideal for use with children of divorced or divorcing parents who are ages 5 to 12 and in grades K-6."--Midwest Book Review
"Amy J. L. Baker and Katherine C. Andre have written this practical and child-friendly book to help children learn resilience for coping with divorce and other difficult interpersonal situations. They focus on the real experiences of divorce from the standpoint of the child. Through brief, structured written activities and a tone of kindness and support, they offer your child a chance to work through their experiences with self-awareness and a sense of competence."
--Jeffrey Zimmerman, PhD, ABPP, psychologist who specializes in working with families of divorce, mediator and collaborative divorce professional, and coauthor of The Co-parenting Survival Guide and Adult Children of Divorce
"Getting Through My Parents' Divorce is a very important and timely book. Written by two experts in the field, this book provides detailed, hands-on guidance for children struggling to make sense of the often chaotic and overwhelming feelings that can result from divorce. I highly recommend it."
--Joshua Coleman, PhD, psychologist and author of When Parents Hurt: Compassionate Strategies When You and Your Grown Child Don't Get Along
"This is an excellent workbook for children whose parents are separated or divorced. As I read Getting Through My Parents' Divorce I wondered how this book will come into the hands of youngsters who will benefit from it. Perhaps therapists or school counselors will give this book to children from divorced families. The authors, Amy J. L. Baker and Katherine C. Andre, suggest that a parent could give this workbook to his or her child and perhaps help the child with some of the activities. Even better, let's hope that in some families, the divorcing parents will join together in providing this book to their child--and all of them will find valuable lessons in its pages."
--William Bernet, MD, Professor Emeritus in the department of psychiatry at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN
"Divorce is a family crisis. Getting Through My Parents' Divorce is a series of lessons for children to strengthen their resolve, learn effective coping skills, and avoid the pitfalls of self-blame and divided loyalties."
--Douglas Darnell, PhD, CEO of PsyCare, Inc., and author of Divorce Casualties

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