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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 31 No 4 December 2014: Working with Families: Collaboration and Intervention

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 31 No 4 December 2014: Working with Families: Collaboration and Intervention

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Working with Families: Collaboration and Intervention


 

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Guest Editorial: Working with Families: Collaboration and Intervention
Sandra Dunsmuir, Rachel Cole & Victoria Wolfe

Working with parents: Using narrative therapy to work towards genuine partnership
Catherine McQueen & Charmian Hobbs

The effectiveness of a Learning Disability specific group parenting programme for parents of preschool and school-age children
Catriona George, Natalia Kolodziej, Michael Rendall & Fleur-Michelle Coiffait

The impact of the Mellow Parenting Programme on later measures of childhood verbal IQ
Clare S. Allely, Christine Puckering, Maggie Mills, Anthony D. Cox, Janneke Evans & Hilary Maddox

A follow-up to the Incredible Years Parenting programme: The reflections of mothers one to two years later
Hazel Trotter & Harry Rafferty

The Voice of the Parent: Perceptions of the United Kingdom Resilience Programme
Victoria Wolfe

Parents' experiences of living with an adolescent diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder
Nicola Mount & Gayle Dillon

'Fun with Mum': Using Video Interaction Guidance to enhance early relationships and diminish maternal postnatal depression
Penny Rackett & Bridget Macdonald

 

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