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Weir, Kyle

Kremen School of Education and Human Development » Department of Counseling - Special Ed & Rehabilitation
Weir, K., Greaves, M., Denno, R., Klem, C., & Ragu, R.  (2014). Scrupulosity: Practical Treatment Considerations Drawn from Clinical and Ecclesiastical Experiences with Latter-day Saint Persons Struggling with Religiously-oriented Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy. 36(1), 57-69.
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Weir, K., & Brodzinsky, D.  (2013). Treatment and therapy considerations for adopted children and their families.  Adoption Quarterly. 16(3-4).
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Weir, K., Lee, S., Canosa, P., Rodrigues, N., McWilliams, M., & Parker, L.  (2013). Whole Family Theraplay®: Integrating family systems theory and Theraplay® to treat adoptive families.  Adoption Quarterly. 16(3-4).
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Weir, K.  (2011). Playing for keeps: Integrating family and play therapy to treat reactive attatchment disorder.  Integrative play therapy. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
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Weir, K.  (2009). Countering the isomorphic study of isomorphism: Coercive, mimetic, and normative isomorphic trends in the training, supervision, and industry of marriage and family therapy.  Journal of Family Psychotherapy. 20(1), 60-71.
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Weir, K., Fife, S., Whiting, J., & Blazewick, A.  (2008). Clinical Training of MFTs for Adoption, Foster Care, and Child Development Settings: A Comparative Survey of CACREP, COAMFTE, and CSWE Accredited Programs.  Journal of Family Psychotherapy. 19(3), 277-290.
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Weir, K.  (2008). Adoption Options: Finding what is right for you in the world of adoptive families.  Chicago, IL : NTI Upstream.
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Weir, K.  (2007). Using Integrative Play Therapy with Adoptive Families to Treat Reactive Attachment Disorder: A Case Example.  Journal of Family Psychotherapy. 18(4), 1-16.
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Weir, K.  (2007). Learning to play: Training MFT students in an adoptive family-oriented play therapy practicum.  Journal of Family Therapy.
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Weir, K.  (2006). Repairing adoptive and foster attatchments.  Family Therapy Magazine Special Edition.
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