TOPIC: Student and Family Assistance (including some family counseling and
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Center Developed Documents, Resources and Tools
Other Relevant Documents, Resources, and Tools on the Internet
Chapter in Transforming Student and Learning Supports: Developing a Unified, Comprehensive, and Equitable System
Technical Aid Packets
Quick Training Aids
Technical Assistance Sampler
Afterschool: Supporting Family Involvement in Schools
- Best Practices for Families with Children Who Experience Substance Abuse, Juvenile Delinquency, and Serious Emotional Disturbance
Building Successful Partnerships: A Guide for Developing Parent and Family Involvement Programs
Challenges and Opportunities in Children's Mental Health: A View from Families and Youth
Children, Youth and Families Education and Research Network
Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Knowledge Path
Depression, Substance Abuse, and Domestic Violence:
Little is Known About Co-Occurrence and Combined Effects on Low-Income Families
Domestic Violence Knowledge Path
Family Focus Resource Center
Helping Parents, Helping Children: Two-Generation Mechanism
Integrating School and Family Counseling: Practical Solutions
Reframing Family Involvement in Education: Supporting Families to Support Educational Equity
Risk of Psychological Difficulties Among Children Raised by Custodial Grandparents
School-Based Family Counseling: Overview, trends, and recommendations for future research
Strategies for Scaling Effective Family Focused Preventive Interventions to Promote Childrens Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health
Social Capital, Family Violence, and Neglect
- Stressful Family Lives: Child and Parent Well-Being
- A Supplement to Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General
- What are School-Based Child & Family Support Teams?
Related Agencies and Websites
Relevant Publications That Can Be Obtained through Libraries
An Introduction to Family Therapy. By Rudi Dallos and Ros Draper. (2011). Open University Press
Counseling Exceptional Individuals and their Families: A Systems Persepective.
An Article From: Professional School Counseling. By V. Thomas & K.E. Ray. (1 October 2006).
Professional School Counseling.
Counseling the Adolescent: Individual, Family, and School Intervention. By J.Carlson. (January 2007). Love Publishing Company.
Essential Skills in Family Therapy, Second Edition: From the First Interview to Termination. By Patterson, J.; Williams, L.; Edwards, T.; Chamow, L.; Grau-Grounds, C.; and Sprenkle, D. (2009). Gildford Press
Ethical, Legal and professional Issues in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy. By Wilcoxon, A; Remley, T.; Gladding S. (2011). Prentice Hall
Family Counseling in the Schools: A Graduate Course. By Terry, L. The Family Journal, 10(4), p. 419-428(2002).
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