[A] valuable resource for therapists working with children and families. The interventions in this book are both creative and practical. The format makes it easy for readers to search for solutions to specific issues or browse through interventions to use in their practice. (United States Association for Body Psychotherapy)
This is a book that you will read, reread, and consult, not only when you are stuck as to what to do with a given client, but also for its pragmatic and common sense interventions. . . . Why not give yourself a give – buy this book, study it, and let it expand your skill set. It’s not every day that treasures are so easily obtained! (The Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter)
[A] wonderful collection of guidelines perfect for any practicing therapist. (Midwest Book Review)
This book is a therapist’s gold mine! Andrea and Filip Caby provide a plethora of creative and effective therapeutic tools and strategies designed to empower clients to rapidly break free from the clutches of their difficulties and soar in their lives. The Therapist’s Treasure Chest is a valuable contribution to the brief therapy literature. (Matthew D. Selekman, MSW, Director, Partners for Collaborative Solutions, Evanston, IL; author of The Adolescent and Young Adult Self-Harming Treatment Manual)
Presenting ideas and methods for immediate use in practice, this book not only helps readers connect with clients in therapy but also educates them on the philosophy and theory of therapeutic practice. By reading it you will gain an abundance of lovely ideas for your therapeutic session and a deeper understanding of the underpinnings of modern child and family therapy. (Ben Furman, Psychiatrist and Director, Helsinki Brief Therapy Institute)
About the Author
Filip Caby, MD, is a child and adolescent psychiatrist. He lives in Leer, Germany.