Engaging families where children may be suffering

March 2010
Community Care;3/4/2010, Issue 1808, p26
The article discusses several researches that highlight best practices to support neglected and abused children in complex families. It suggests that a comprehensive assessment of all the family members and their relationships must be regularly reviewed for maintaining strong interpersonal relationships within families. It offers information on multi-systemic therapy to develop parent-child interactions and also recommends service planners to prevent unwanted incidents in abusive families.


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