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Marte Meo and Coordination Meetings: MAC

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Marte Meo and Coordination Meetings (MAC) is comprised of two separate working methods – Marte Meo and Coordination Meetings – that, used together, constitute the intervention model described here. This manual describes in a step-by-step manner just what the MAC-model is, and how it can be implemented and applied.

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Children often reveal through their interaction that they are in need of extra support in their development. Teachers are fully aware of this and when they see that, for example, a child has difficulties being together with others, they will try to help that child. If, despite their experience and knowledge, the situation remains unresolved, then it is logical to seek extra help. This is what this manual is all about: an attempt to provide help to support children who need it.

Marte Meo and Coordination Meetings (MAC) is comprised of two separate working methods – Marte Meo and Coordination Meetings – that, used together, constitute the intervention model described here. This manual describes in a step-by-step manner just what the MAC-model is, and how it can be implemented and applied.

Ingegerd Wirtberg Dr. Med. Sc., is associate professor at the University of Lund, and a qualified primary school teacher, licensed psychotherapist and clinical supervisor in psychotherapy. She is also a licensed supervisor in Marte Meo, and has conducted research into the effects of Marte Meo. Amongst her major interests are inter-agency collaboration, and the interface between families and schools.

Bill Petitt has a Master’s degree in social work, and is a licensed psychotherapist and clinical supervisor in psychotherapy. For forty years he has been active in training and supervising professionals working within social work, both adult and child psychiatry, and education. His special interest is in the theoretical foundations of psychotherapy, and in the philosophy of psychotherapy.

Ulf Axberg has a Ph. D. in clinical psychology, and is both a licensed psychologist and psychotherapist. He is also a clinical supervisor in psychotherapy. As a clinician he works in child and adolescent psychiatric services, and in the social welfare sector, with a special interest in the interface between families, child and adolescent psychiatry, social welfare agencies and schools. He is a lecturer at the University of Gothenburg. His main research areas are the assessment and treatment of children displaying interaction problems, and children who are exposed to intimate partner violence.

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Författare

Bill Petitt, Ingegerd Wirtberg, Ulf Axberg

Sidor

186

Språk

Engelska

ISBN

978-91-89638-25-9