CFLE Network Newsletter
CFLE Network, a quarterly newsletter published by the National Council on Family Relations for Certified Family Life Educators, is a resource filled with information about Family Life Education. Network provides an opportunity for CFLEs to share their knowledge and expertise with other active CFLEs through the submission of research- or practice-based articles.
Authors interested in contributing to CFLE Network, must first review the full submission guidelines.
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The views expressed in CFLE Network may not represent the views of the entire NCFR organization.
Call for Articles
Spring 2019 Issue: Families and Incarceration
Incarceration, recognized as an “adverse childhood experience” can have a devastating impact on families emotionally, financially, and socially. Family Life Education can play a role both in reducing behaviors that lead to imprisonment and in helping families to cope with the repercussions of having a family member in prison.
Certified Family Life Educators are encouraged to submit their stories and experiences of working with families impacted by incarceration. Also of interest are articles that:
- discuss the development and/or delivery of programs or curricula aimed at those in prison and/or their family members.
- consider strategies to prevent and reduce incarceration.
- focus on Family Life Education programs being facilitated in the community to address recidivism.
- give research updates on the impact of incarceration on families and successful program and outreach outcomes.
- discuss resources available to families and Family Life Educators.
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