|aEarly intervention with multi-risk families :|ban integrative approach /|cby Sarah Landy and Rosanne Menna ; [foreword by Alicia F. Lieberman].
|aBaltimore, Md. :|bPaul. H. Brookes Pub. Co.,|cc2006.
|axx, 501 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 429-480) and index.
|aSetting the Stage and Theoretical Framework -- Characteristics of Multi-Risk Families -- Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Various Early Intervention Approaches: Implications for Practice -- An Integrative Theoretical Framework for Early Intervention with Multi-Risk Families -- Engaging and Supporting Multi-Risk Families -- Illustrative Case Studies -- Reaching and Engaging Hard-to-Reach Families -- Improving Parents Defensive Functioning -- Enhancing Parents Self-Reflectivity and Empathy for the Child -- Enhancing Parents Sense of Competence and Social Support -- Intervening to Meet the Complex Needs of Multi-Risk Families -- Helping Parents Who Have Unresolved Loss and Trauma -- Enhancing Parents Interactions with Infants and Young Children -- Encouraging Emotion Regulation in Parents -- Enhancing Parenting Knowledge and Encouraging Positive Attributions of the Child -- Enhancing Parents Problem Solving and Planning -- Putting It All Together -- Putting the Pieces Together and Facilitating the Process of Change -- Supporting Work with Multi-Risk Families within Programs, Organizations, and Service Systems -- Putting Intervention with Multi-Risk Families into Perspective.
|aFamily social work.
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip065/2005036338.html