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This RAND Research brief looks at The Unified Behavioral Health Center (UBHC) for Military Veterans and their Families in the state of New York.
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This free resource provides data about key indicators of behavioral health problems and the percentages of those who seek treatment.
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Family Law and Public Policy
Internal Dynamics of Families
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by Lisa Jaynes Johnson, Ph.D., LMFT, and Margaret V. (Peggy) Moore, LISW
When couples come to therapy, they may bring individual trauma from their pasts as well as trauma that emerged in the relationship.
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Children in SAMHSA programs who are in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems show improved outcomes after receiving trauma-informed services.
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by Marie LaHaye, M.S. candidate and graduate research assistant, Project HOME, Family & Developmental Studies Program, Colorado State University
Imagine you have just retired from teaching and are looking forward to retirement and pursuing your own interests.
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Human Growth and Development Across the Lifespan
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by Ingrid Arnet Connidis, Ph.D., the University of Western Ontario
Despite some reservations, an array of studies has used ambivalence in creative and thoughtful ways to enhance our understanding of intergenerational relations.
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by Marilyn Coleman, Ph.D. and Lawrence Ganong, Ph.D., University of Missouri
Most Americans agree that "adult children should take care of their parents when they get old."
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by Joshua Coleman, Ph.D., Co-Chair of the Council on Contemporary Families, www.drjoshuacoleman.com
Plenty of parents have little to no contact with their adult children due to reasons unrelated to poor parenting.
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Parent Education and Guidance
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by Isolina Ricci, Ph.D., LMFT
During the stressful period prior to the separation — and often for several years afterward — even the most dedicated parents are unsteady.
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Families and Individuals in Societal Contexts
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Parent Education and Guidance