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Tami Gavron

The joint drawing is an assessment tool that is based on art creation and a clinical intervention technique that evaluates and is based on implicated aspects of parent-child relationships during middle childhood. The goal of the joint drawing process is to evaluate the implicit characteristics of parent-child relationships during middle childhood (ages 5-12), provide support for planning and building the therapeutic goals, and offer an evaluation of parent-child relationships in preparation for individual therapy and parental supervision. It also offers an examination of implicit aspects in the relationships.

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