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SYSTEMIC CONSIDERATIONS IN THE TREATMENT OF MULTI-STRESSED FAMILIES
The Family Empowerment Program: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Working with Multi-Stressed Urban Families
Version of Record online: 12 JUN 2012
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Volume 51, Issue 2, pages 207–217, June 2012
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Cleek, E. N., Wofsy, M., Boyd-Franklin, N., Mundy, B. and Howell, T. J. (2012), The Family Empowerment Program: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Working with Multi-Stressed Urban Families. Family Process, 51: 207–217. doi: 10.1111/j.1545-5300.2012.01392.x
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The authors would like to acknowledge the families served by the Institute for Community Living whose strengths and resiliency are continually inspiring. Further, we'd like to thank ICL's leadership at all levels, most significantly the agency President & CEO, Dr. Peter C. Campanelli, and Chief Operating Officer Stella V. Pappas, as well as the Clinic Director where this program was sited, Raymond Alberts, for their ongoing leadership and support for this project and their overall dedication to creating an environment wherein best practice work can flourish.
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