Calming influences

Parsons, Emma
October 2009
Community Care;10/15/2009, Issue 1791, p22
The article offers information on the Pinnacle project set up by the Action for Children, a children's charity based in Great Britain. The Pinnacle project has been successful in changing behaviour of boys from ethnic minority and with absent father by providing interventions including group parenting sessions and services for boys as well as their parents individually. Pinnacle project which was closed in March 2009 brought improvements in family relationships and behaviour of boys.


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