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Children's Mental Health eReview  [13]

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The Children’s Mental Health eReview promotes use of research in practice and policy in order to improve services for children. Each eReview issue features (i) a review of published research in a specific area related to children’s mental health, and (ii) a collection of responses from different types of service providers regarding use of that research. The primary audience for the eReview is children’s mental health service providers, policy-makers and policy-implementers, but content is appropriate for parents and anyone working with children and families.

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Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma in young children: What we know and what we can do

Lingras, Katherine; Greifer, Maya; Sheikh, Kiran; Fabre, Barb (University of Minnesota Extension, 2019-06)

Mental Health of Transgender Youth: The Role of Family, School, and Community in Promoting Resilience

McGuire, Jenifer; Mahan, Derek; Lacey, Vanessa; Hoelscher, Mary Clark (University of Minnesota Extension, 2017-04)

Falling Behind: Understanding the Educational Disparities Faced by Immigrant Latino Students in the U.S.

Alvarez, Silvia; Michaels, Cari; Hurtado, Monica; Roldan, Mitch; Duran-Graybow, Isabel (University of Minnesota Extension, 2016-04)

Children in Common: Ensuring the Emotional Well-being of Children When Parenting Apart

McCann, Ellie; Olson, Kjersti; Hall, Eugene; Giles, Maisha; Onell, Stephen; McCullough, Rose; McGuire, Jenifer; Michaels, Cari (St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension, Children, Youth and Family Consortium, 2015-10)
Despite the growing literature on coparenting and divorce education interventions, little has been written about the practice of delivering courtmandated parent education programs for both divorced and unmarried parents ...

Parents and stress: Understanding experiences, context, and responses

Cronin, Sarah; Becher, Emily; Christians, Kris Schmiesing; Debb, Stephanie (St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension, Children, Youth and Family Consortium, 2015-05)
How do parents experience stress? How does the social environment, economic hardship, and the very nature of parenting contribute to a parent's stress and coping? Learn how parents and their families are influenced - ...

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