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2004, Family therapy and counseling series, ISBN 9780415948708, xiv, 281
Written by a psychologist who has worked with families and foster children for 11 years, Treating Families and Children in the Child Protective System is... 
Sociology, Social Studies | Child welfare | Family & Sex Therapy | Marriage | Counseling | Family counseling | Family social work | Services for | Family psychotherapy | Abused children
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by Riehle‐Colarusso, Tiffany J and Bergersen, Lisa and Broberg, Craig S and Cassell, Cynthia H and Gray, Darryl T and Grosse, Scott D and Jacobs, Jeffrey P and Jacobs, Marshall L and Kirby, Russell S and Kochilas, Lazaros and Krishnaswamy, Asha and Marelli, Arianne and Pasquali, Sara K and Wood, Thalia and Oster, Matthew E and Abarbanell, Ginnie Lee and Adams, Faith and Allen, Steven W and Allen, Sydney and Ambrose, Anand and Backer, Carl Lewis and Baer, Andrea and Baker‐Smith, Carissa Marie and Barmash, Mona and Basken, Amy and Bates, Cassandra and Batlivala, Sarosh Percy and Beekman, Robert H and Belmont, John William and Benke, Joshua and Berger, Stuart and Bockerstette, JR and Boris, Jeffrey R and Botto, Lorenzo and Boucher, Jackie and Hageman, Dana Brock and Soto, Cheryl Brosig and Burns, Kristin Marie and Cameron, Lenore and Campbell, Robert M and Colan, Steven E and Colegrove, Lynn and Coleman, Christina and Colson, Angie and Correa, Adolfo and Costa, Pamela and Couser, Chris and Crenshaw, Melissa Lynnn and Crume, Tessa and Daskalov, Rachel and Del Monte, Mark D and DeSantis, Lindsay and Doherty, Kaitlin and Dooley, Kenneth and Duke, Charles (Wes) and Eghtesady, Pirooz and Elayda, Saiza and Ellison, Alison and Elsner, Tim and Erntz, Cori and Esquivel, Michelle Z and Evans, Bethany and Feit, Lloyd Robert and Feldkamp, Marcia and Foley, William and Foster, Elyse and Franklin, Wayne and Freeley, Bridget and Galioto, Frank M and George, Mary and Gewitz, Michael H and Gist, Katja Michelle and Glenn, Thomas and Glidewell, Melissa (Jill) and Gore, Lorraine A and Gray, Johanna and Green, Hannah and Grosse, Scott D and Gurvitz, Michelle Z and Handa, Sonia and Harvey, Melissa and Heath, Emilie and Hile, Danielle and Hokanson, John Smith and Honein, Margaret (Peggy) and Hubbell, Marius M and Hudson, Jeff and Huhn, Kelly and Ilardi, Dawn and Jacobs, Dawn C and Jaquiss, Robert Douglas Benjamin and Jenkins, Kathy J and John, Anitha and Johnson, Patrick and Johnson, Shakila and Jones, Emily and Jossif, Antonios P and Kaltman, Jonathan Ross and Kasnic, David and Kemper, Alex R and ... and MPH Congenital Heart Public Hlth and Congenital Heart Public Health Consortium and the Congenital Heart Public Health Consortium
Journal of the American Heart Association, ISSN 2047-9980, 11/2016, Volume 5, Issue 11, p. n/a
Journal Article
04/2004, ISBN 9781280168079
Annotation Crenshaw proposes a new integration of many of the existing theories and practices of family and child counselling with those of the welfare, child... 
Web Resource
04/2004, ISBN 9781280168079
Annotation Crenshaw proposes a new integration of many of the existing theories and practices of family and child counselling with those of the welfare, child... 
Web Resource
06/2004, Routledge Series on Family Therapy and Counseling, ISBN 1138986151, 298
Written by a psychologist who has worked with families and foster children for 11 years, Treating Families and Children in the Child Protective System is... 
Marriage, Family & Sex Therapy | Counseling | Family counseling | Family social work | Child welfare | Family psychotherapy | Abused children
eBook
Family Journal, ISSN 1066-4807, 01/2001, Volume 9, Issue 1, p. 29
  On first blush, the very notion of justice seems an unlikely subject for family therapy intervention, a topic more in the domain of lawyers, judges, and... 
Family counseling | Child welfare | Foster care
Journal Article
The Family Journal, ISSN 1066-4807, 01/2001, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 36
On first blush the very notion of justice seems an unlikely subject for family therapy intervention, a topic more in the domain of lawyers, judges, and... 
Journal Article
Family Journal, ISSN 1066-4807, 01/2001, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 36
On first blush, the very notion of justice seems an unlikely subject for family therapy intervention, a topic more in the domain of lawyers, judges, &... 
Journal Article
2005, APA psychotherapy series 7, ISBN 1591472628
Dr. Wes Crenshaw demonstrates his approach to working with children who have been neglected or sexually or physically abused. Because most offenders in cases... 
Family psychotherapy | Mental health services | Abused children | Child psychotherapy
Library Holding
2004
Incest carries a dynamic apart from sexual abuse committed by a non-blood relative and quite unlike that wrought by a stranger. Strangers are untested and... 
Book Chapter
2004
Just 4 weeks after her father Tommy’s telephone apology, September lay near death in the local emergency room. Her suicide attempt had been the closest thing... 
Book Chapter
2004
This was the turning point in training, and the group began to speak regularly about “ringing the bell” as their common metaphor for involving families in... 
Book Chapter
2004
As Madanes (1990)1 notes, family injustice invokes the basic human need to repent and forgive. Regardless of the nature of the injustice, only the most... 
Book Chapter
2004
On first blush the notion of justice may seem an unlikely subject for family therapy intervention; the topic seems more in the domain of lawyers, judges, and... 
Book Chapter
2004
Mental health providers have usually been trained at the masters or doctoral level in some form of psychology, counseling, family therapy, or clinical social... 
Book Chapter
2004
At best this was undue influence. At worst it amounted to extortion. Without question, it was a serious ethical violation, a point not lost on the young... 
Book Chapter
2004
When we began this work we had no concepts, strategies, or language to describe working with foster children and their families, and thus no way of... 
Book Chapter
2004
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