"[O]ffers creative ways to build alliances with families…using language and motivational interviewing to help parents focus on problem-solving….a valuable resource." --Virginia Child Protection Newsletter
In this abridged and revised edition of their 1989 text, the authors focus on the what and how of effective community mental health. Following the guidelines outlined here will enable clinicians to provide services that are cost-effective, humane, and growth-promoting.
Demystifying neurobiology and presenting it anew for the social-work audience.
This book presents a revolutionary approach to child protection work.
Speaking from the trenches, Richard Kagan offers hope to all those who want to help high-risk children and their families.