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Chapter 7: Early Intervention and Resilience

Improving Service Access for At-Risk Families with Young Children: SESS Integrated Services Model
Connie E. Morrow, April L. Vogel, Amy L. Windham, K. Lori Hanson, Emmalee S. Bandstra

Opening Doors to Inclusion in Childcare Centers: Lessons from Directors and Staff
Jennifer R. Bradley, Eileen M. Brennan, Natalie Cawood

The San Francisco High Quality Child Care Mental Health Consultation Initiative
Thomas Bleecker, Deborah Sherwood

The Relationship of Trauma Exposure and Presenting Symptomatology
Jane Zarzecki, Katherine A. Best, Deanna E. Hughes

Methodological and Contextual Challenges to Researching Childhood Resilience: An International Collaboration
Michael Ungar, Roger Boothroyd, Luis F. Duque, John LeBlanc

What Factors Contribute to Resilient Adaptation in Children with Severe Emotional Disturbance?
Phyllis Gyamfi , Ann Webb Price, Bhuvana Sukumar

Identifying Child and Family Strengths as a Vehicle for Change: Implications for Intervention Development
Kelly N. Rogers, Jessica E. Woods, Terri L. Shelton

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