ERIC Number: ED364328
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
Beyond Rhetoric: Assuring a Child's Right to Two Parents. Presentations at the Children's Rights Council National Conference (7th, Bethesda, Maryland, April 28-May 2, 1993).
National Council for Children's Rights, Washington, DC.
This document contains papers presented at the Seventh National Conference of the Children's Rights Council, also known as the National Council for Children's Rights. The papers presented were: (1) "Alternatives to the Adversarial Process for Resolution of Child Custody Cases" (Hugh McIsaac); (2) "New Decision Making Models in Child Protection Cases" (Nancy Thoennes); (3) "Socializing Techniques: Positive Parenting in a Hostile Environment" (Kris Kline); (4) "How To Prepare for Your Day in Court" (Karen Chandler); (5) "Improving the Legal System Response to Allegations of Sexual Abuse Involving Very Young Children" (Howard Davidson); (6) "The Custody Revolution" (Richard Warshak); (7) "Revising the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act--Our Best Hope for Dealing with Sex-Abuse Hysteria in the United States" (Richard Gardner); (8) "How To Better Distinguish between Real and False Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse" (Dean Tong); (9) "What Children Need from Parents after Separation and Divorce" (Risa Garon and others); (10) "Grandparents as Resources for Children and Grandchildren" (Ethel Dunn); (11) "The Crisis, Courage, and Challenge of Single Parenting" (Suzy Yehl Marta); (12) "Play Therapy for Adults: Enriching the Child Within" (June Hutchison); (13) "Understanding Child Psychotherapy (or) When Talk Isn't Cheap" (Kim Boedecker-Frey); (14) "Symposium: A New Financial Child Support Guideline for the States To Consider" (Roger Gay); (15) "Maximizing Child Support" (Donald Bieniewicz); (16) "The Use and Misuse of Mental Health Experts in Child Custody Cases--Relocation" (Arnold Rutkin); (17) "The Use and Misuse of Mental Health Experts in Child Custody Cases--Standards" (Ronald Henry); (18) "How Parents Can Use Life Insurance To Provide for the Financial Security of Their Children after Divorce" (Ted Knight); (19) "How To Work with the Courts and Commissions" (H. W. Burmeister and others); and (20) "Working with the Media and State Legislatures" (Eric Anderson). (TJQ)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Child Abuse, Child Advocacy, Child Custody, Child Support, Child Welfare, Children, Childrens Rights, Court Litigation, Divorce, Grandparents, One Parent Family, Parenting Skills, Parents
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: National Council for Children's Rights, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: Single Parents