2 edition of Family centered case management with sexually aggressive youth found in the catalog.
Family centered case management with sexually aggressive youth
by Region III, Division of Children, Youth, and Family Services, Dept. of Social and Health Services, State of Washington in [Olympia]
|Statement||report prepared by Ward McKenzie, Diana English, John Henderson ; project director, Diana J. English ; data analysis, John Henderson.|
|Contributions||English, Diana Jane., Henderson, John, M.S.W.|
|LC Classifications||HV9067.S48 M35 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
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[Ward McKenzie; Diana Jane English; John Henderson; Washington (State). Sexually. This slide presentation explains Wisconsin’s Post-Reunification Support program is designed to address Wisconsin's high re-entry rate into out of home care which was 21% inprovide enhanced case management, family-centered services, and bolster natural community-based supports, and produce changes in the family’s short-term.
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Interventions for Children With Sexual Behavior Problems: Research, Theory, and Treatment Activities/Ryan Grant, LCSW and Lesley H. Lundeberg, LCSW clinical care to youth and families in a variety of settings, including a day treatment regard to child behaviors that are sexually aggressive or abusive.
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Assessment of treatment impact of sexually aggressive youth. Journal of Offender Counseling, Services & Rehabilitation, 15(2), Family centered casework practice with sexually aggressive children [Special issue: Treatment of sex offenders in social work and mental health settings].
Effects of race on court case processing of. Do you know someone who is self-centered? Discover the traits of a self-centered person and find out how to deal with people who are self-centered. The latest hot topics from rafaelrvalcarcel.comWe conducted a review of empirically based prevention programs to identify prevalence and types of family support services within these programs.
A total of articles published between and that included a family support component were identified; Cited by: Working with Children Who are Sexually Aggressive and Victims of Sexual Aggression (PATS ) Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitalization (PATS ) Enhanced Family Centered Safety Decision Making.
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