NCFR Report Magazine
NCFR Report, NCFR's quarterly member magazine, is filled with research-based information about key family topics.
Report is also an opportunity for submission of articles — research- or practice-based — to the Family Focus section, and can be a useful resource for faculty and family educators.
Editor: Ted G. Futris, Ph.D., CFLE
- For sample copies, contact NCFR at 888-781-9331 or [email protected]
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- For sample Family Focus articles, see the Sleep issue.
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The views expressed in NCFR Report may not represent the views of the entire NCFR organization.
Call for Authors
Summer 2022 Issue: Promoting Mental Health
Proposal Deadline: Nov. 15, 2021
Prolonged periods of crisis can have detrimental effects on the mental health of individuals across the lifespan. As we continue to emerge out of the COVID-19 pandemic, the amplified deterioration in the mental health of so many youth and adults is evident. Families are struggling with the intensification of uncertainty, persistent social and political mistrust, unceasing economic pressures, and trepidations of returning to school and the workplace.
The purpose of the Summer 2022 issue of Family Focus is to advance efforts in understanding and meeting the mental health needs of children, youth, adults, and families.
- How has research enhanced our understanding of the link between ongoing exposure to stressful and traumatic situations, or adverse childhood experiences, within families and poor mental health outcomes?
- What best practices from community outreach, intervention programs, and clinical services can be applied to support individuals and families with mental health struggles such as posttraumatic stress, anxiety or depressive disorders, and addictions?
- How are these practices appropriately adapted to meet the diverse needs of individuals based their gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, race, national origin, and/or immigration status?
- How are these practices appropriately adapted to meet the diverse needs of families?
- Are there policies that exist or that are needed to support individuals and families suffering from mental illness as well as to promote mental health and well-being?
Please review our revised Author Guidelines
A Member Forum
NCFR Report is a quarterly magazine for members designed to encourage memberto-member dialogue, to inform colleagues about our research, and to discuss research
application for practitioners and policy professionals. Through Report, NCFR also builds our community by reporting on people, events, and organizational news.
Unlike the content of our scholarly journals, the articles in NCFR Report have not been
peer-reviewed. In the spirit of open debate and academic freedom, NCFR Report is a
member forum for exchanging ideas. The opinions or findings expressed are those
of the author(s), which may or may not represent the official position of NCFR as
an organization nor the prevailing scientific consensus on the topic.