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The Resource Evidence-informed interventions for court-involved families : promoting healthy coping and development, edited by Lyn R. Greenberg, Barbara J. Fidler and Michael A. Saini

Evidence-informed interventions for court-involved families : promoting healthy coping and development, edited by Lyn R. Greenberg, Barbara J. Fidler and Michael A. Saini

Label
Evidence-informed interventions for court-involved families : promoting healthy coping and development
Title
Evidence-informed interventions for court-involved families
Title remainder
promoting healthy coping and development
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lyn R. Greenberg, Barbara J. Fidler and Michael A. Saini
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
"Children at the center of high conflict divorce and/or child protection cases face increased risks to both current and future health and adjustment. There is a growing research base regarding these risks and the coping abilities that children need for successful adjustment, but training gaps and poorly structured services continue to be serious problems. The specific characteristics of these families, and risks faced by these children, underscore the importance of treatment, psychoeducation, and other services adapted to this population Evidence-Informed Interventions for Court-Involved Families provides a critical, research-informed analysis of the core factors to include when developing child-centered approaches to therapy and other family interventions, both in a formal treatment setting and promoting healthy engagement with the other systems and activities critical to children's daily lives. This book addresses common problems, obstacles, and the backdrop of support from other professionals or the court, which may be necessary for successful intervention. An international team of renowned authors provide chapters covering a variety of service models and draw on a wide range of relevant research addressing 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. The book assembles in one place the best of what is known about intervention for court-involved families, along with practical guidance for using relevant research, understanding its limitations, and matching service plans to families' needs. It 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 for these families."--
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Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1959-
  • 1972-
  • 1956-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Greenberg, Lyn R.
  • Saini, Michael A.
  • Fidler, Barbara Jo
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Forensic psychology
  • Custody of children
  • Domestic relations
  • Family psychotherapy
Label
Evidence-informed interventions for court-involved families : promoting healthy coping and development, edited by Lyn R. Greenberg, Barbara J. Fidler and Michael A. Saini
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Matching parent education programs to family treatment needs
  • John A. Moran, David Weinstock, and Kolette Butler
  • Parenting coordination: structures and possibilities
  • Barbara J. Fidler and Lyn R. Greenberg
  • The power of group dynamics: strategies for supporting children and adolescents in groups post separation and divorce
  • Jeff Mintz, Michael A. Saini, and Shely Polak
  • Understanding and using activities
  • David R. Austin and Lyn R. Greenberg
  • Part C Special issues in intervention with children and families
  • Early intervention with resistance/refusal dynamics and hybrid cases
  • Part A Integrating what we know: coping, adjustment, and the legal context
  • Lyn R. Greenberg, Hon. Robert Schnider (Ret.), and Julie Jackson
  • "How am I supposed to treat these cases?" Working with families struggling with entrenched parent-child contact problems: A hybrid case
  • Barbara J. Fidler, Robin Deutsch, and Shely Polak
  • Trauma and child custody disputes: screening, assessment, and interventions
  • Leslie Drozd, Michael A. Saini, and Kristina Vellucci-Cook
  • Bringing the previously absent father into the family
  • Kyle D. Pruett., Marsha Kline-Pruett, and Robin Deutsch
  • Treating children exposed to intimate partner violence within the context of child custody disputes
  • Michael Saini, Elisa Romano, Kelly Weegar, Sarah Zak, and Elena Gallitto
  • The special needs child after separation or divorce: involving both parents in treatment and intervention planning
  • Shifting our perspective: focusing on coping and adjustment
  • Daniel B. Pickar and Robert L. Kaufman
  • Part D Best practices and future directions
  • Building and managing collaborative teams
  • Matthew J. Sullivan
  • Professional ethics in a legal context
  • Paul C. Berman and Katherine W. Killeen
  • Concluding thoughts and future directions
  • Lyn R. Greenberg, Barbara J. Fidler, Michael A. Saini, Hon. Robert Schnider (Ret.) and Ashley-Lauren Reyes
  • Lyn R. Greenberg
  • The role of the courts in supporting therapeutic interventions
  • Nicholas Bala and Hon. Marjorie A. Slabach (Ret.)
  • Part B Therapeutic approaches and strategies
  • Specialized child and family interventions
  • Jay Lebow
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 418 pages
Isbn
9780190693237
Lccn
2018052518
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1083674674
Label
Evidence-informed interventions for court-involved families : promoting healthy coping and development, edited by Lyn R. Greenberg, Barbara J. Fidler and Michael A. Saini
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Matching parent education programs to family treatment needs
  • John A. Moran, David Weinstock, and Kolette Butler
  • Parenting coordination: structures and possibilities
  • Barbara J. Fidler and Lyn R. Greenberg
  • The power of group dynamics: strategies for supporting children and adolescents in groups post separation and divorce
  • Jeff Mintz, Michael A. Saini, and Shely Polak
  • Understanding and using activities
  • David R. Austin and Lyn R. Greenberg
  • Part C Special issues in intervention with children and families
  • Early intervention with resistance/refusal dynamics and hybrid cases
  • Part A Integrating what we know: coping, adjustment, and the legal context
  • Lyn R. Greenberg, Hon. Robert Schnider (Ret.), and Julie Jackson
  • "How am I supposed to treat these cases?" Working with families struggling with entrenched parent-child contact problems: A hybrid case
  • Barbara J. Fidler, Robin Deutsch, and Shely Polak
  • Trauma and child custody disputes: screening, assessment, and interventions
  • Leslie Drozd, Michael A. Saini, and Kristina Vellucci-Cook
  • Bringing the previously absent father into the family
  • Kyle D. Pruett., Marsha Kline-Pruett, and Robin Deutsch
  • Treating children exposed to intimate partner violence within the context of child custody disputes
  • Michael Saini, Elisa Romano, Kelly Weegar, Sarah Zak, and Elena Gallitto
  • The special needs child after separation or divorce: involving both parents in treatment and intervention planning
  • Shifting our perspective: focusing on coping and adjustment
  • Daniel B. Pickar and Robert L. Kaufman
  • Part D Best practices and future directions
  • Building and managing collaborative teams
  • Matthew J. Sullivan
  • Professional ethics in a legal context
  • Paul C. Berman and Katherine W. Killeen
  • Concluding thoughts and future directions
  • Lyn R. Greenberg, Barbara J. Fidler, Michael A. Saini, Hon. Robert Schnider (Ret.) and Ashley-Lauren Reyes
  • Lyn R. Greenberg
  • The role of the courts in supporting therapeutic interventions
  • Nicholas Bala and Hon. Marjorie A. Slabach (Ret.)
  • Part B Therapeutic approaches and strategies
  • Specialized child and family interventions
  • Jay Lebow
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 418 pages
Isbn
9780190693237
Lccn
2018052518
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1083674674

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