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Chapter 3: Wraparound Fidelity and Processes

The National Wraparound Initiative: Toward Consistent Implementation of High-Quality Wraparound
Eric J. Bruns, Trina Osher, Janet S. Walker, Jim Rast

Symposium: Building Evidence for Wraparound: Results from Four Emergent Evaluations
Chairs: Carol MacKinnon-Lewis, Robert M. Friedman

Symposium Introduction
Carol MacKinnon-Lewis & Robert M. Friedman
A Post Hoc Comparison of Child and Family Outcomes to Fidelity of the
Wraparound Process for Project MATCH
Jim Rast, Ken O’Day, Frank Rider
The Impact of Wraparound Services on Non-Typical Populations:
Can We Bring These Youth Home?
Twylla Abrahamson & Kimberly Tyda
Wraparound Effectiveness: Comparing Traditional Services to
Wraparound in Nevada
Christa Peterson, Jim Rast
California’s Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver Demonstration Project Evaluation:
An Analysis of Wraparound in Alameda County
Charlie Ferguson
Erick J. Bruns

The Impact of Multisystemic Therapy on Children within a System of Care
Mark DeKraai, Stacey Hoffman, Yolanda Dillion, Tucker Handley, Beth Baxter, Ann Tvrdik

Treatment Fidelity and Parent Participation in a Multi-Site Wraparound Initiative
Jennifer Taub, Kim Trettel Smith, Christina Breault

Team Members’ Perceptions of Wraparound Teamwork:
An Intensive Analysis of Videotaped Meetings
Janet S. Walker, Kathryn Schutte, Rupert van Wormer

Negotiating Practice: The Use of Communication to Construct
Family Centered Care in a Community Mental Health System of Care
Christine S. Davis, Norin Dollard, Tiffany Keren Vergon

Training Curriculum: Strategic Communication for
Effective Wraparound Facilitation
Christine S. Davis

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