Evidence-Informed Interventions for Court-Involved Families: Promoting Healthy Coping and Development
Evidence-Informed Interventions for Court-Involved Families provides a critical, research-informed analysis of the core factors to consider when developing child-centered approaches to therapy and other family interventions, both in formal treatment settings and in promoting healthy engagement with the other systems and activities critical to children's daily lives.
Addressing common problems, obstacles, and the backdrop of support needed from other professionals or the court, an international team of experts provide chapters covering a variety of service models and drawing on a wealth of relevant research on the legal context, central issues for treatment and other services, and specialized issues such as trauma, family violence, parent-child contact problems, and children with special needs. Offering extensive practical guidance for applying research, understanding its limitations, and matching service plans to families' needs, this book will be an essential resource for all mental health professionals evaluating or providing services to these families, and to the lawyers and judges seeking a better understanding of what works.
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