3 edition of Family perspectives in child and youth services found in the catalog.
Family perspectives in child and youth services
David H. Olson
|Statement||David H. Olson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 211 p.|
|Number of Pages||211|
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Imprint Routledge. DOI Cited by: The paper reviews changes in child care which increasingly necessitate work with families. Theoretically, the paper emphasizes how the family approach can be integrated with ecological and systems perspectives, how preventive approaches can involve families, and how parents can be involved in a variety of educational and therapeutic by: 1.
A clinical evaluation of a problem family using FACES III and Clinical Rating Scale demonstrates the value of the tools for family assessment and treatment planning. The paper reflects the continuing attempt to further develop the Circumplex Model and more adequately bridge research, theory and by: The use of consistent contingent child rearing practices by parents has been shown to increase family attachment and cohesion, and decrease delinquent behaviors among children.
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ContentsForeword Family Perspectives: An Overview I. Family Assessment and Intervention Approaches Family Assessment and Intervention: The Circumplex Model of Family Systems Building Relationship Skills in Families and Para-Family Teams Home Visits: An Effective Strategy for Engaging the Involuntary Client The Entrance of Systems Family Therapy Into a.
Fraser has published widely, and, in addition to Social Policy for Children and Families, is the co-author or editor of eight books. These include Families in Crisis, a study of intensive family-centered services, and Evaluating Family-Based Services, a text on methods for family research/5(14).
Family Perspectives in Child and Youth Services (Child & Youth Services Series) Hardcover – 16 Mar. by David Olson (Author), Jerome Beker (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: David Olson, Jerome Beker.
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