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The Psychology of Society: An Anthology
The Psychology of Society: An Anthology Richard Sennett 0394722345 9780394722344 This publication presents the best professional child welfare practice, within the context of current federal legislation, in planning and implementing visitation betwee
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The Psychology of Society: An Anthology by Richard Sennett

This publication presents the best professional child welfare practice, within the context of current federal legislation, in planning and implementing visitation between children in out-of-home care and their parents. This toolbox contains helpful aides, or tools, and directions that enable practitioners to use the tools quickly, easily, and meaningfully. Sections include: <P>-- Visitation and case planning<P>-- Federal and state laws and child welfare standards<P>-- Special issues in visitation<P>-- Strategies for improving visitation<P>-- Promising programs and practices<P>-- The impact of separation on children and youth<P>-- The visitation experience from each partys perspective.<P>With this vision of best practice, child welfare professionals can continue to improve practice standards and thus, childrens chances for safety, permanency, and well-being.

Author: Richard Sennett

Language: English

Edition: 1st

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 364

Publisher: Vintage Books

Publication Date: 1977-01-01

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