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Dumont, Deborah Elizabeth – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2021
Helicopter parenting is a relatively new phenomenon that describes a specific kind of overparenting that is focused on the well-being and success of children that can impact young adults' general sense of life satisfaction, overall mood, and the development of necessary life skills. Using Bowen theory, the author will illustrate through a case…
Descriptors: Parenting Styles, Parent Child Relationship, Well Being, Parent Aspiration
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Whitehead, R.; Hopkins, L.; Hughes, E.; Kehoe, M.; Pedwell, G. – Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2021
Introduction: Despite the high prevalence of mental health issues for young people with intellectual disability (ID), young people with ID can struggle to receive the mental health support they need. The aim of this study was to examine a new community-based, clinical mental health service for young people (12-25 years) with co-occurring ID and…
Descriptors: Intellectual Disability, Mental Health, Mental Disorders, Access to Health Care
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Johnson, Jake – Christian Higher Education, 2020
This theoretical essay outlines the hermeneutic of Divine relationship, a theological lens through which Christians can develop a deeper appreciation for God's inherently relational nature and desire to be in relationship with all of humanity. In addition to the nature of God, this hermeneutic highlights the nature of human persons, sin and…
Descriptors: Christianity, Hermeneutics, Family Counseling, Marriage Counseling
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Mashinter, Patricia – BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education, 2020
The efficacy of group therapy as a counselling method is examined. Factors that reinforce the effectiveness of group therapy include the necessity of communication amongst the human species, the longevity of the practice of group work in the field of therapy, and the empirical research suggesting the success of the method. Barriers to the success…
Descriptors: Group Therapy, Counseling Techniques, Barriers, Interpersonal Communication
Fox, Andrew M.; Veele, Sarah – Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families, 2020
Juvenile Rehabilitation (JR) became part of Washington State's Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) on July 1, 2019. JR serves the state's highest-risk youth who have been charged with a qualifying offense and either adjudicated in a county's juvenile court or convicted in an adult criminal court. In 2000, JR needed to further define…
Descriptors: Delinquent Rehabilitation, Juvenile Courts, Delinquency Prevention, Models
Szapocznik, José; Hervis, Olga – APA Books, 2020
Brief strategic family therapy (BSFT) is an evidence-based intervention for diagnosing and correcting patterns of family interactions that are linked to distressing experiences and symptoms in children ages 6-18. This clinical guide shows practitioners how to transform family interactions from conflictive to collaborative, from habitual to…
Descriptors: Family Counseling, Counseling Techniques, Evidence Based Practice, Family Life
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McConnell, Nicola; Schrader-McMillan, Anita; Telford, Paula; Barlow, Jane; Rayns, Gwynne – Child Care in Practice, 2020
Couple-based interventions that address domestic abuse are an emerging area of practice within the UK. These interventions require a detailed assessment process that can clarify risk and needs and screen out couples for whom such intervention is unsuitable. Steps to Safety is a new intervention, grounded in attachment and trauma theory, for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Family Violence, Intervention, Family Counseling
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Wilhelmsen-Langeland, Ane; Aardal, H.; Hjelmseth, V.; Fyhn, K. H.; Stige, S. H. – Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, 2020
In this pilot study, we examined whether a 2-day Emotion-Focused Family Therapy workshop strengthened parental self-efficacy, satisfaction and beliefs regarding their ability to help their children regulate emotions and reduce the children's symptoms of behavioural- or psychological difficulties. Twenty-three caretakers with 17 children (9 boys)…
Descriptors: Emotional Development, Family Counseling, Workshops, Parenting Skills
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Parladé, Meaghan V.; Weinstein, Allison; Garcia, Dainelys; Rowley, Amelia M.; Ginn, Nicole C.; Jent, Jason F. – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2020
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy is an empirically based, behavioral parent training program for young children exhibiting disruptive behaviors. Parent--Child Interaction Therapy shows promise for treating disruptive behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorder. Treatment processes (i.e. treatment length and homework compliance), parenting…
Descriptors: Parent Child Relationship, Interaction, Family Counseling, Autism
Jessing, Barbara; Cole-Mossman, Jennie – ZERO TO THREE, 2020
Young children in the child welfare system are inherently vulnerable to disruptions in early attachment, and abrupt changes of placement can function as trauma triggers. In this article, the authors present a case from a Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Learning Collaborative which exemplifies the potential trauma of placement changes, and how CPP…
Descriptors: Child Welfare, Trauma, Foster Care, Psychotherapy
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Maurovic, Ivana; Liebenberg, Linda; Feric, Martina – Child Care in Practice, 2020
Family resilience is a concept that has wide and deep roots, ranging from the development of the concept of individual resilience to the postulates of general systems theory, including family systems theory and related therapeutic models as well as studies on family stress and coping. Integration of these roots into a comprehensive theory remains…
Descriptors: Family (Sociological Unit), Resilience (Psychology), Risk, Systems Approach
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Burkholder, Jessica; Burkholder, David; Hall, Stephanie; Porter, Victoria – Professional Counselor, 2020
The national epidemic of increasing imprisonment rates in the United States, also known as mass incarceration, disproportionally impacts communities of color. Additionally, the needs of children of incarcerated parents have been neglected. This study examined whether topics pertinent to mass incarceration and the impact on families are being…
Descriptors: Institutionalized Persons, Correctional Institutions, Minority Groups, Parent Child Relationship
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Oxhandler, Holly K. – Research on Social Work Practice, 2019
Objective: This article describes the validation of the Religious/Spiritually Integrated Process Assessment Scale (RSIPAS) across five helping professions. The RSIPAS was originally developed to measure clinical social workers' self-efficacy, attitudes, perceived feasibility, behaviors, and overall orientation toward integrating clients' religion…
Descriptors: Religion, Social Work, Caseworkers, Self Efficacy
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Thompson, Aaron M.; Frey, Andy J.; Kelly, Mike S. – School Mental Health, 2019
The present study uses a national sample (N = 3769) and a latent profile framework to examine profiles of school social workers who engage in various levels of ecologically oriented practices at school and in the home and community. Three profiles emerged from the data that consisted of school social workers who reported engaging in low, medium…
Descriptors: Social Work, Profiles, Certification, Counselor Training
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Syrjänen, Milla; Hautamäki, Airi; Pleshkova, Natalia; Maliniemi, Sinikka – Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, 2019
This study aimed to explore the self-protective strategies of six parents with ADHD and the sensitivity they displayed in dyadic interaction with their under 3-years-old children. The parents were interviewed using the Adult Attachment Interview. Parental sensitivity was assessed using the CARE-Index. The study showed a variation of the parents'…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Parent Child Relationship, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Trauma
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