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Counseling Psychology and Psychotherapy

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

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Literature review on help-lines for children and parents 1063

Fedunina N.Y., PhD in Psychology, research fellow of the Centre for emergency psychological assistance, Moscow State University of Psychology, Russia, natalia_fedunina@mail.ru
Abstract
The article contains an analytic review of foreign literature on Help-lines for children and parents, and covers some historical issues as theoretical and methodological ones. Help-line is regarded within the social and cultural context of practices of compassion and self-regulation in nowadays society.

Keywords: help-line, compassion, self-regulation

Column: Therapevtic community

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