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Edited By: Jay Lebow
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 8/38 (Family Studies); 42/110 (Psychology Clinical)
Online ISSN: 1545-5300
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Judith P. Siegel, Ph.D., LCSW has taught couple and family therapy at the Silver School of Social Work, New York University for the past twenty four years. She also coordinates the NYU Silver Post Masters Certificate Program in Child & Family Therapy. Her work integrates object relations and emotional regulation concepts, which provides a perspective that encompasses couples, parenting and family dynamics.
Siegel takes a critical look at the rate of intimate partner violence, and the failure of the field to incorporate emerging neuroscience research. She argues that exposure to witnessing parental violence sets the stage for difficulties with emotional regulation, which can contribute to future partner violence. She stresses the need for an expanded approach that includes family intervention, as well as implementation of emotional regulation strategies that have proven useful in treatment of co-morbid problems.
Family Process Video Abstracts
Family Process has been publishing its abstracts in Spanish and Mandarin since the beginning of 2007.
Each issue also features an article translated into Spanish online and an article translated into simple Mandarin. Please see Ahora en español disponibles online and Available in Mandarin Online (at left) for a list of translated articles free to download.