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RESOURCES

Psychotherapy/Support

The following organizations maintain lists of clinicians: social workers, psychologists, and counselors who practice in your area. By contacting these, you will also be able to find providers who have specialized skills in working with clients undergoing issues similar to those you are presently encountering.

Social Work Therapy Referral Service: 617.720.2828
www.TherapyMatcher.org
Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy: nsgp.com
American Psychological Association: apa.org

Books for Children About Divorce

There are numerous choices out there when it comes to selecting a book about divorce for your child. These are generally quite plentiful at Amazon, Border’s or Barnes and Noble. Here are several books that I like:

  • Dinosaurs Divorce by Lauren Krasny Brown and Marc Brown
  • Divorce Happens to The Nicest Kids by Michael S. Prokop
  • Was It The Chocolate Pudding?: A Story for Little Kids About Divorce by Sandra Levins
  • When I Miss You (The Way I Feel Books) by Cornelia Spelman
  • Two Homes by Claire Masurel
  • My Family’s Changing (A First Look at Series) by Pat Thomas
  • Where Am I Sleeping Tonight? By Carol Gordon Ekster
  • I Don’t Want to Talk About It by Jeanie Franz Ransom

Books for Adults About Divorce

There are a lot of wonderful resources available regarding divorce related issues such as: Co-parenting, the emotional aspects of divorce, life after divorce, etc. Here are several that we have found helpful to our clients:

  • The Truth About Children and Divorce by Robert Emery, PhD
  • Uncoupling: Turning Points in Intimate Relationships by Diane Vaughan
  • Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay: A Step-by-Step Guide to Help You Decide Whether to Stay In or
  • Get Out of Your Relationship by Mira Kirshenbaum
  • He’s History, You’re Not: Surviving Divorce After 40 by Erica Manfred and Tina Tessina, PhD
  • Crazy Time : Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life, Revised Edition – Abigail Trafford