Vol 23, No 2 (2014)

The family is the fundamental force of human experience. Neuroscience and trauma research document the toll taken when family bonds are broken but also the ability to bounce back from adversity. Articles describe journeys of forging strength and resilience within families and young people. Diverse perspectives are presented and stories of courage, hope, and promise are illustrated.

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Taking Back Childhood: Raising Confident, Creative, Compassionate Kids
The Indian Child Welfare Act: We Must Still Fight for Our Children
Reclaiming Indigenous Youth in Australia: Families and Schools Together
Building Family Strengths
LSCI Skills for Parents
Renewing Our Commitment to Kids: Collaborative Consultation
Family Privilege
Family Strengths and Resilience: Insights from a National Study
Engaging Families in In-Home Family Intervention
Engaging with Schools: National Family Resource Centers
Becoming Strong at the Broken Places: Resilience and Transformation
Financial Fraud and Child Abuse
Intimate Partner Violence: Building Resilience with Families and Children