Family Process

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Edited By: Jay Lebow

Impact Factor: 1.609

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 14/38 (Family Studies); 60/114 (Psychology Clinical)

Online ISSN: 1545-5300

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William MadsenWilliam Madsen, Founding Director of the Family-Centered Services Project, provides international training and consultation to help community and government agencies develop more respectful and responsive ways of interacting with families. He is the author of Collaborative Therapy with Multi-Stressed Families (2nd Ed) and Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home-Based Services.

A spirit of collaboration at a clinical level is best supported when the same spirit is woven into the fabric of organizational culture. This article examines some concrete ways to use Collaborative Helping maps to support the professional development of frontline workers, enhance supervisory interactions, and sustain well-functioning work teams to support the development of family-centered agencies at all levels.

Read Applications of Collaborative Helping Maps: Supporting Professional Development, Supervision and Work Teams in Family-Centered Practice by William C. Madsen or watch the video abstract.

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Applications of Collaborative Helping Maps: Supporting Professional Development, Supervision and Work Teams in Family-Centered Practice
William C. Madsen
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Relationships, Environment, and the Brain: How Emerging Research is Changing What We Know about the Impact of Families on Human Development
Jo Ellen Patterson and Susanna Vakili
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Toward Relationship-Directed Parenting: An Example of North American Born Second-Generation Korean-American Mothers and their Partners
Lana Kim, Carmen Knudson-Martin and Amy Tuttle
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Parenting Styles and Parents' Perspectives on How Their Own Emotions Affect the Functioning of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Ting Zhou and Chunli Yi
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Family Process has been publishing its abstracts in Spanish and Mandarin since the beginning of 2007.

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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.

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