Titel: Model Programs Child and Family CL
Autor/en: American Psychological Association
Herausgegeben von Michael C. Roberts
ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
August 1996 - gebunden - 442 Seiten
Part I: Commonalities and Uniqueness of Model Programs.
M. Hinton-Nelson, Models for Service Delivery in Child and Family Mental Health.
Part II: Primary and Secondary Prevention Programs.
D. Badillo-Martinez, Prevention in Child and Family Mental Health: A Growing Challenge.
J.R. Lutzker, An Ecobehavioral Model for Serious Family Disorders: Child Abuse and Neglect; Developmental Disabilities.
M.B. Shure, I Can Problem Solve (ICPS): An Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving Program for Children.
A.D. Hightower, The Primary Mental Health Project: School-Based Preventive Intervention for Adjustment Problems.
E.V. Gourley, III, A School-Based Intervention for Children of Divorce: The Children's Support Group.
Part III: Targeted Problem Intervention Programs.
P.H. Tolan, Characteristics Shared by Exemplary Child Clinical Interventions for Indicated Populations.
N. Wechsler, Strengthening Families Through Strengthening Relationships: The Ounce of Prevention Fund Developmental Training and Support Program.
V.V. Lavigne, Tuesday's Child: An Early Intervention Project to Improve the Parent-Child Relationship.
A. Klingman, School-Based Intervention in Disaster and Trauma.
G.T. Nichol, Memphis City Schools Mental Health Center.
W.E. Pelham, Jr.,
T. Wilson, Intensive Treatment for ADHD: A Model Summer Treatment Program.
G.B. Mesibov, Division TEACCH: A Collaborative Model Program for Service Delivery, Training, and Research for People with Autism and Related Communication Handicaps.
K.A. Kirigin, Teaching-Family Model of Group Home Treatment of Children with Severe Behavior Problems.
S.D. Netherton, Consultation and Liaison in a Children's Hospital.
C.S. Schroeder, Mental Health Services in a Pediatric Primary Care.
Part IV: Family Based and Coordinated Family Preservation Services.
J.H. Hanley, Coordination of Mental Health Services for Children, Adolescents, and Families.
D. Haapala, The Homebuilders Model: An Evolving Service Approach for Families.
P.B. Cunningham, Treating Seriously Troubled Youths and Families in Their Contexts: Multisystemic Therapy.
F.B. Phillips, "NTU": Progressive Life Center's Afrocentric Approach to Therapeutic Foster Care.
J.E. Brannock, The Fort Bragg Child & Adolescent Mental Health Demonstration Project.
D. Jordan, The Ventura Planning Model: Lessons in Reforming a System.