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Chapter 2: Family Involvement and Perspectives

Family Involvement in Evaluation: Evaluator Perspectives
Pauline Jivanjee, Adjoa Robinson, Nancy M. Koroloff, Kathryn M. Schutte

Barriers and Supports to Family Participation: What Residential Treatment Providers Need to Know
Adjoa Robinson, Pauline Jivanjee, Barbara Friesen, Jean M. Kruzich

Building the Family Experience into Policy Development, Research, and Program Improvement
Katherine J. Lazear, Robert M. Friedman, Eloise Boterf, Thomas E. Burrus, Ricardo Contreras, Maridelys Detres, Sharon K. Lardieri

Caregiver Strain and Utilization of Services for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances
Kristen Leverentz-Brady, Shawn K. Acheson, Maria E. Fernandez, Scott W. Minor

Family Impact of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Teresa L. Kramer, James M. Robbins, Terri L. Miller, Susan D. Phillips, Barbara J. Burns

How Do Siblings Fare in a Family-Focused System of Care?
James R. Cook, Ryan P. Kilmer, Laura Y. Clark

From Science to Service and Service to Science: A Two-Way Street
Judith Katz-Leavy, Heather Ringeisen, Michael Faenza, Betsy Hinden, Joanne Nicholson

An Epidemiologic Perspective on Children of Parents with Mental Illness: Implications for Intervention
Valerie Williams, Joanne Nicholson, Judith Katz-Leavy, Steven Banks

Building the Evidence Base: Evaluation of the Invisible Children’s Project
Betsy Hinden, Kathleen Biebel, Joanne Nicholson, Elizabeth Mehnert, Judith Katz-Leavy

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