How to parent

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Legacy motivations & the psychology of intergenerational decisions [p] [d]
  2. () Can increased educational attainment among lower-educated mothers reduce inequalities in children's skill development? [p] [d]
  3. () Transformational change in parenting practices after child interpersonal trauma: a grounded theory examination of parental response [p] [d]
  4. () Children and environmental toxins: what everyone needs to know [i]
  5. () Shared decision-making in youth mental health care: using the evidence to plan treatments collaboratively [p] [d]
  6. () Understanding and supporting bereaved children: a practical guide for professionals [i] [d]
  7. () Nurturant love and caregiving emotions [i] [d]
  8. Jaime Ahlberg & Michael Chobli [ed] () Procreation, parenthood, and educational rights: ethical and philosophical issues [i]
  9. Patrick Dolan & Nick Frost [ed] () The Routledge handbook of global child welfare [i]
  10. () Nurturing environments for boys and men of color with trauma exposure [p] [d]
  11. () Understanding associations between low-income mothers' participation in education and parenting [d]
  12. () The philosophical parent: asking the hard questions about having and raising children [i]
  13. () Developing empathy: a biopsychosocial approach to understanding compassion for therapists and parents [i]
  14. Sondra Smith-Adcock & Catherine Tucker [ed] () Counseling children and adolescents: connecting theory, development, and diversity [i]
  15. () Internal family systems therapy with children [i] [d]
  16. () Supporting parents: how six decades of parenting research can inform policy and best practice [u]
  17. () Identifying, treating, and preventing childhood trauma in rural communities [i]
  18. () Children's rights: from philosophy to public policy [i] [d]
  19. () Peak: secrets from the new science of expertise [i]
  20. () Interventions for disruptive behaviors: reducing problems and building skills [i]
  21. () The use of humor in family therapy: rationale and applications [d]
  22. () Parenting matters: supporting parents of children ages 0–8 [i] [d] [u]
  23. () Enhancing positive adaptation, well-being, and psychosocial functioning in children by promoting positive parenting [i] [d]
  24. () Discipline without damage: how to get your kids to behave without messing them up [i]
  25. () 'Just like talking to someone about like shit in your life and stuff, and they help you': hopes and expectations for therapy among depressed adolescents [p] [d]
  26. Bonnie K. Nastasi & Amanda P. Borja [ed] () International handbook of psychological well-being in children and adolescents: bridging the gaps between theory, research, and practice [i] [d]
  27. () The ties that bind: social capital, families, and children's well-being [d]
  28. () Relational construct psychology [i] [d]
  29. () Self-reg: how to help your child (and you) break the stress cycle and successfully engage with life [i]
  30. () The nurture effect: how the science of human behavior can improve our lives and our world [i]
  31. () 8 keys to raising the quirky child: how to help a kid who doesn't (quite) fit in [i]
  32. () Mindful parents, resilient children: the significance of compassion for mindfulness-based approaches to parenting [i]
  33. David Capuzzi & Mark D. Stauffer [ed] () Foundations of couples, marriage, and family counseling [i]
  34. () Modern families: parents and children in new family forms [i] [d]
  35. () Increases in maternal education and low-income children's cognitive and behavioral outcomes [p] [d]
  36. () Developing community reinforcement and family training (CRAFT) for parents of treatment-resistant adolescents [p] [d]
  37. () The critical role of parenting in human development [i]
  38. () Toward developmentally aware practices in the legal system: progress, challenge, and promise [p] [d]
  39. () The right to be loved [i] [d]
  40. () 8 keys to old school parenting for modern-day families [i]
  41. () Negative relational schemas predict the trajectory of coercive dynamics during early childhood [d]
  42. () Mindfulness training in primary schools decreases negative affect and increases meta-cognition in children [p] [d]
  43. () A disease called childhood: why ADHD became an American epidemic [i]
  44. () First bite: how we learn to eat [i]
  45. Françoise Baylis & Carolyn McLeod [ed] () Family-making: contemporary ethical challenges [i] [d]
  46. () Mindful parenting: a guide for mental health practitioners [i] [d]
  47. () Family values: the ethics of parent–child relationships [i] [j]
  48. () Purpose in life: a critical component of optimal youth development [i] [d]
  49. () Creating resilient mindsets in children and adolescents: a strength-based approach for clinical and nonclinical populations [i] [d]
  50. () Kids are weird: and other observations from parenthood [i]
  51. () Attachment-based family therapy for depressed adolescents [i]
  52. () Multicultural family therapy [i] [d]
  53. David W. Kissane & Francine Parnes [ed] () Bereavement care for families [i] [d]
  54. () Mapping family connectedness across space and time [d]
  55. () My gentle barn: creating a sanctuary where animals heal and children learn to hope [i]
  56. () Couple and family therapy: an integrative map of the territory [i]
  57. Sandra Prince-Embury & Donald H. Saklofske [ed] () Resilience interventions for youth in diverse populations [i] [d]
  58. () Creating philanthropic foundations to deal with grief: case studies of bereaved parents [p] [d]
  59. () Guardians of the Earth: teaching children to care for all living things [i] [d]
  60. () Mindful discipline: a loving approach to setting limits and raising an emotionally intelligent child [i]
  61. () No-drama discipline: the whole-brain way to calm the chaos and nurture your child's developing mind [i]
  62. () Teach your children well: preventing domestic violence [u]
  63. () The primordial violence: spanking children, psychological development, violence, and crime [i]
  64. Cecilia Wainryb & Holly E. Recchia [ed] () Talking about right and wrong: parent–child conversations as contexts for moral development [i] [d]
  65. () Parenting styles that may cultivate gratitude [i] [d]
  66. () Application of the life course perspective in child welfare research [d]
  67. () Investigating children's Why-questions: a study comparing argumentative and explanatory function [d]
  68. () Invoking the authority of feelings as a strategic maneuver in family mealtime conversations [d]
  69. () Time triage: exploring the temporal strategies that support entrepreneurship and motherhood [d]
  70. () Self-acceptance and the parenting of children [i] [d]
  71. () Communication and trust in the care provided to a dying parent: a nationwide study of cancer-bereaved youths [d]
  72. Deborah J. Johnson, DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga, & Robert K. Hitchcock [ed] () Vulnerable children: global challenges in education, health, well-being, and child rights [i] [d]
  73. () It takes a child to raise a parent: stories of evolving child and parent development [i]
  74. () How caregivers can create a 'culture of gentleness' [u]
  75. (/2018) Understanding transitions in the early years: supporting change through attachment and resilience [i] [d]
  76. () Surviving and thriving in stepfamily relationships: what works and what doesn't [i] [d]
  77. () Imagine: bringing vision into child protective services [d]
  78. () Family-centered treatment with struggling young adults: a clinician's guide to the transition from adolescence to autonomy [i]
  79. () Cultural approaches to parenting [d]
  80. () Daring greatly: how the courage to be vulnerable transforms the way we live, love, parent, and lead [i]
  81. () 'Forgiveness isn't a simple process: it's a vast undertaking': negotiating and communicating forgiveness in nonvoluntary family relationships [d]
  82. () Family conflict, emotional security, and child development: translating research findings into a prevention program for community families [d]
  83. () Finding meaning in a traumatic loss: a families approach [p] [d]
  84. () Hormones in the wild: monitoring the endocrinology of family relationships [d]
  85. () Mindfulness and acceptance in couple and family therapy [i] [d]
  86. () Associations between positive development in late adolescence and social, health, and behavioral outcomes in young adulthood [d]
  87. () Engaging reluctant adolescents in family therapy: an exploratory study of in-session processes of change [d]
  88. () How Eskimos keep their babies warm: and other adventures in parenting (from Argentina to Tanzania and everywhere in between) [i]
  89. () Epigenetic and neurodevelopmental perspectives on variation in parenting behavior [d]
  90. () Cross-cultural and cross-national parenting perspectives [i] [d]
  91. () Does involvement in food preparation track from adolescence to young adulthood and is it associated with better dietary quality?: findings from a 10-year longitudinal study [d]
  92. Valerie Maholmes & Rosalind Berkowitz King [ed] () The Oxford handbook of poverty and child development [i] [d]
  93. () The ethical and social significance of parenting: a philosophical approach [d]
  94. () A family therapist for life: observations and options [d]
  95. () Why have children?: the ethical debate [i]
  96. () The role of parenting in the emergence of human emotion: new approaches to the old nature–nurture debate [d]
  97. () An initial study on how families deal with ridicule and being laughed at: parenting styles and parent–child relations with respect to gelotophobia, gelotophilia, and katagelasticism [d]
  98. () Preventing adolescent risk behavior in the rural context: an integrative analysis of adolescent, parent, and provider perspectives [d]
  99. Allen Rubin [ed] () Programs and interventions for maltreated children and families at risk [i]
  100. () Parental overprotection and metacognitions as predictors of worry and anxiety [d]
  101. () Geographical distance between children and absent parents in separated families [d]
  102. () Parenting and beyond: common neurocircuits underlying parental and altruistic caregiving [d]
  103. () The intergenerational effects of relocation policies on indigenous families [p] [d]
  104. () Everyday distress: psychosocial and economic impact of forced migration on children and families [i] [d]
  105. () Does effort matter in mindful parenting? [d]
  106. () 'Hay que ponerse en los zapatos del joven': adaptive parenting of adolescent children among Mexican-American parents residing in a dangerous neighborhood [d]
  107. () Everyday parenting: a professional's guide to building family management skills [i]
  108. () Attachment and the processing of social information across the life span: theory and evidence [p] [d]
  109. () Indirect goal priming is more powerful than explicit instruction in children [d]
  110. () Providing therapy to children and families in foster care: a systemic-relational approach [d]
  111. () Developing together: parents meeting children's developmental imperatives [d]
  112. () A framework for cultivating and increasing child welfare workers' empathy toward parents [d]
  113. () Developing destinies: a Mayan midwife and town [i]
  114. () Youth leaving foster care: a developmental, relationship-based approach to practice [i] [d]
  115. () Parent development in clinical child neurological assessment process: encounters with the assimilation model [d]
  116. () Cleo: the cat who mended a family [i]
  117. () The first year and the rest of your life: movement, development, and psychotherapeutic change [i]
  118. (/2014) Mastering competencies in family therapy: a practical approach to theories and clinical case documentation [i]
  119. Eliana Gil [ed] () Working with children to heal interpersonal trauma: the power of play [i]
  120. () Inheritance norms for distributions of money, land, and things in families [d]
  121. Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, James Jaccard, & Patricia Dittus [ed] () Parental monitoring of adolescents: current perspectives for researchers and practitioners [i]
  122. () Small steps [d]
  123. () Social development as preference management: how infants, children, and parents get what they want from one another [i] [d]
  124. () The evolution of childhood: relationships, emotion, mind [i]
  125. () Mindful parenting and care involvement of fathers of children with intellectual disabilities [d]
  126. () Prevention and intervention approaches [i] [d]
  127. () Facilitating practitioner flexibility within an empirically supported intervention: lessons from a system of parenting support [d]
  128. () It is Developmental Me, not Generation Me: developmental changes are more important than generational changes in narcissism—commentary on Trzesniewski & Donnellan (2010) [d]
  129. () Contributions of attentional control to socioemotional and academic development [d]
  130. () A multi-theoretical, evidence-based approach for understanding and managing adolescent resistance to psychotherapy [d]
  131. () Why do parents become involved in their children's education?: implications for school counselors [d] [j]
  132. () Advancing out of poverty: social class worldview and its relation to resilience [d]
  133. () How new knowledge about parenting reveals the neurobiological implications of intersubjectivity: a conceptual synthesis of recent research [d]
  134. () Early life experiences as determinants of leadership role occupancy: the importance of parental influence and rule breaking behavior [d]
  135. () Fostering family resiliency: a review of the key protective factors [d]
  136. Carmel Cefai & Paul Cooper [ed] () Promoting emotional education: engaging children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties [i]
  137. () Community engaged parent education: strengthening civic engagement among parents and parent educators [d]
  138. () A model of mindful parenting: implications for parent–child relationships and prevention research [d]
  139. () Adolescent community reinforcement approach (A-CRA) [i]
  140. () 'Why won't my parents help me?': therapeutic assessment of a child and her family [d]
  141. () Parenting a child who has intense emotions: dialectical behavior therapy skills to help your child regulate emotional outbursts and aggressive behaviors [i]
  142. () Good influence: teaching the wisdom of adulthood [i]
  143. () Relational-cultural therapy [i]
  144. () A prospective three generational study of fathers' constructive parenting: influences from family of origin, adolescent adjustment, and offspring temperament [d]
  145. () Caregiving: the odyssey of becoming more human [p] [d]
  146. () What we say matters: practicing nonviolent communication [i]
  147. () Here we go again: a dynamic systems perspective on emotional rigidity across parent–adolescent conflicts [d]
  148. () Peace of mind and sense of purpose as core existential issues among parents of children with cancer [d]
  149. () The art of comforting [d]
  150. Lynn M. Nybell, Jeffrey J. Shook, & Janet L. Finn [ed] () Childhood, youth, and social work in transformation: implications for policy and practice [i]
  151. Mary Ellen O'Connell, Thomas F. Boat, & Kenneth E. Warner [ed] () Preventing mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders among young people: progress and possibilities [i] [d] [u]
  152. Barry Percy-Smith & Nigel Thomas [ed] () A handbook of children and young people's participation: perspectives from theory and practice [i]
  153. () The relations between parents' Big Five personality factors and parenting: a meta-analytic review [d]
  154. () Breaking the boundary between personal- and work-life skills: parenting as a valuable experience for knowledge workers [d]
  155. () Beyond evidence-based psychotherapy: fostering the eight sources of change in child and adolescent treatment [i]
  156. Ingrid Schoon & R. K. Silbereisen [ed] () Transitions from school to work: globalization, individualization, and patterns of diversity [i] [d]
  157. Kim Shifren [ed] () How caregiving affects development: psychological implications for child, adolescent, and adult caregivers [i]
  158. John C. H. Stillwell, Ernestina Coast, & Dylan Kneale [ed] () Fertility, living arrangements, care and mobility [i] [d]
  159. () Growing up global: raising children to be at home in the world [i]
  160. () Family legacies: constructing individual and family identity through intergenerational storytelling [d]
  161. () Perceived barriers and protective factors of juvenile offenders on their developmental pathway to adulthood [j]
  162. (/2016) Grief and loss across the lifespan: a biopsychosocial perspective [i] [d]
  163. () Beyond the bake sale: a community-based relational approach to parent engagement in schools [u]
  164. () Communicating with Muslim parents: 'the four principles' are not as culturally neutral as suggested [d]
  165. () How adolescents come to see themselves as more responsible through participation in youth programs [d]
  166. () Students' study time and their 'homework problem' [d]
  167. () Parents perceived as peers: filial maturity in adulthood [d]
  168. () Girls' and women's wellness: contemporary counseling issues and interventions [i]
  169. () Increased family involvement in school predicts improved child–teacher relationships and feelings about school for low-income children [d]
  170. () Mental health checkups for children and adolescents: a means to identify, prevent, and minimize suffering associated with anxiety and mood disorders [d]
  171. () The tempest: anthropology and human development [i] [d]
  172. () Efficacy of the Chicago Parent Program with low-income African American and Latino parents of young children [d]
  173. () Talking about success: implications for achievement motivation [d]
  174. () You did that on purpose: understanding and changing children's aggression [i]
  175. () Psychotherapy with infants and young children: repairing the effects of stress and trauma on early attachment [i]
  176. () The attachment connection: parenting a secure & confident child using the science of attachment theory [i]
  177. () The family meal: an exploration of normative and therapeutic ritual from an ethnic perspective [d]
  178. () The role of generativity in psychological well-being: does it differ for childless adults and parents? [d]
  179. () Parents who abuse: what are they thinking? [d]
  180. () Assessment feedback with parents and preadolescent children: a collaborative approach [d]
  181. Tammy D. Allen & Lillian T. Eby [ed] () The Blackwell handbook of mentoring: a multiple perspectives approach [i] [d]
  182. () Creating welcoming schools: a practical guide to home–school partnerships with diverse families [i]
  183. () Families that flourish: facilitating resilience in clinical practice [i]
  184. () Why youth is not wasted on the young: immaturity in human development [i]
  185. () Children's questions: a mechanism for cognitive development [d]
  186. () The real wealth of nations: creating a caring economics [i]
  187. Patricia H. Hawley, Todd D. Little, & Philip C. Rodkin [ed] () Aggression and adaptation: the bright side to bad behavior [i]
  188. () The economics, technology, and neuroscience of human capability formation [d]
  189. () Beyond the bake sale: the essential guide to family–school partnerships [i]
  190. (/2015) Emerging and young adulthood: multiple perspectives, diverse narratives [i] [d]
  191. () Family meals during adolescence are associated with higher diet quality and healthful meal patterns during young adulthood [d]
  192. () Awakening through love: unveiling your deepest goodness [i]
  193. () Normal and abnormal fear and anxiety in children and adolescents [i] [d]
  194. () Addiction proof your child: a realistic approach to preventing drug, alcohol, and other dependencies [i]
  195. (/2016) Trauma systems therapy for children and teens [i]
  196. () The power of a positive No: how to say No and still get to Yes [i]
  197. () Privilege and disadvantage [u]
  198. () Mothers' beliefs about knowledge, child development, and parenting strategies: expanding the goals of parenting programs [d]
  199. () Action perspectives on human development [i] [d]
  200. () Effects of children on adult development and learning: parenthood and beyond [i]
  201. () Do men mother?: fathering, care, and domestic responsibility [i]
  202. () Robert Kegan, PhD: subject–object theory and family therapy [interview] [d]
  203. () Therapeutic alliances in couple and family therapy: an empirically informed guide to practice [i]
  204. Rachel MacNair [ed] () Working for peace: a handbook of practical psychology and other tools [i]
  205. Kathleen McCartney & Deborah Phillips [ed] () Blackwell handbook of early childhood development [i] [d]
  206. () Maladaptive schemas in non-clinical adolescents: relations to perceived parental rearing behaviours, Big Five personality factors and psychopathological symptoms [d]
  207. () Always separate, always connected: independence and interdependence in cultural contexts of development [i]
  208. (/2008) The Buddha's teachings on prosperity: at home, at work, in the world [i]
  209. () The developing person: an experiential perspective [i] [d]
  210. Eugene C. Roehlkepartain [ed] () The handbook of spiritual development in childhood and adolescence [i]
  211. () In search of the sources of psychologically controlling parenting: the role of parental separation anxiety and parental maladaptive perfectionism [d]
  212. () Developmentally attentive communities [i]
  213. Samuel Bowles, Herbert Gintis, & Melissa Osborne Groves [ed] () Unequal chances: family background and economic success [i]
  214. David L. DuBois & Michael J. Karcher [ed] () Handbook of youth mentoring [i]
  215. () Parenting behaviour and adolescent behavioural and emotional problems: the role of self-control [d]
  216. Celia B. Fisher & Richard M. Lerner [ed] () Encyclopedia of applied developmental science [i]
  217. () A natural history of families [i]
  218. () Family ritual and routine: comparison of clinical and non-clinical families [d]
  219. () The parenting skills treatment planner [i]
  220. () Maya children: helpers at the farm [i]
  221. (/2008) Last child in the woods: saving our children from nature-deficit disorder [i]
  222. William M. Pinsof & Jay Lebow [ed] () Family psychology: the art of the science [i]
  223. () Family communication [i]
  224. () Peer rejection: developmental processes and intervention strategies [i]
  225. (/2010) Responding to problem behavior in schools: the behavior education program [i]
  226. () The kids' guide to working out conflicts: how to keep cool, stay safe, and get along [i]
  227. () Correlations between family meals and psychosocial well-being among adolescents [d]
  228. () Why love matters: how affection shapes a baby's brain [i]
  229. () The bio-culture of parenting: evidence from five cultural communities [d]
  230. Elizabeth Larkin, Sally Newman, Dov Friedlander, & Richard Goff [ed] () Intergenerational relationships: conversations on practices and research across cultures [i]
  231. () Why motor skills matter: improve your child's physical development to enhance learning and self-esteem [i]
  232. () Desistance from persistent serious delinquency in the transition to adulthood [d]
  233. Marc H. Bornstein, Lucy Davidson, Corey L. M. Keyes, & Kristin A. Moore [ed] () Well-being: positive development across the life course [i]
  234. () Toward building a better brain: neurobehavioral outcomes, mechanisms, and processes of environmental enrichment [i] [d]
  235. Ed De St. Aubin, Dan P. McAdams, & T'ae-ch'ang Kim [ed] () The generative society: caring for future generations [i]
  236. Jack Demick & Carrie Andreoletti [ed] () Handbook of adult development [i] [d]
  237. () Intervening in adolescent problem behavior: a family-centered approach [i]
  238. () Supporting families over the life course: mapping temporality [d]
  239. John O. Greene & Brant Raney Burleson [ed] () Handbook of communication and social interaction skills [i]
  240. Amelia J. Klein [ed] () Humor in children's lives: a guidebook for practitioners [i]
  241. (/2011) Unequal childhoods: class, race, and family life [i]
  242. Richard M. Lerner & Peter L. Benson [ed] () Developmental assets and asset-building communities: implications for research, policy, and practice [i]
  243. Richard M. Lerner, Francine Jacobs, & Donald Wertlieb [ed] () Handbook of applied developmental science: promoting positive child, adolescent, and family development through research, policies, and programs [i]
  244. Suniya S. Luthar [ed] () Resilience and vulnerability: adaptation in the context of childhood adversities [i] [d]
  245. () Costs and rewards of children: the effects of becoming a parent on adults' lives [d]
  246. () Hostile attributional tendencies in maltreated children [p] [d]
  247. Thomas L. Sexton, Gerald R. Weeks, & Michael S. Robbins [ed] () Handbook of family therapy: the science and practice of working with families and couples [i]
  248. () The effect of environmental education on schoolchildren, their parents, and community members: a study of intergenerational and intercommunity learning [d]
  249. John R. Weisz & Alan E. Kazdin [ed] (/2017) Evidence-based psychotherapies for children and adolescents [i]
  250. () The role of the child in adult development [d]
  251. () Mentor manager, mentor parent: how to develop responsible people and build successful relationships at work and at home [i]
  252. () Candor, connection, and enterprise in adolescent therapy [i]
  253. (/2015) Emotions in parenting [i]
  254. () Therapeutic family mediation: helping families resolve conflict [i]
  255. () Risky families: family social environments and the mental and physical health of offspring [d]
  256. () In harm's way: toxic threats to child development [p]
  257. () Aging well: surprising guideposts to a happier life from the landmark Harvard study of adult development [i]
  258. () Playful parenting: a bold new way to nurture close connections, solve behavior problems, and encourage children's confidence [i]
  259. (/2011) School, family, and community partnerships: preparing educators and improving schools [i]
  260. () Integrating work, family, and community through holistic life planning [d]
  261. () Try and make me!: simple strategies that turn off the tantrums and create cooperation [i]
  262. () Finding space: Winnicott, God, and psychic reality [i]
  263. () Parental bereavement: the crisis of meaning [d]
  264. C. Everett Bailey [ed] () Children in therapy: using the family as a resource [i]
  265. Anna Laura Comunian & Uwe P. Gielen [ed] () International perspectives on human development [i]
  266. (/2010) The family therapy treatment planner [i]
  267. () Coloring outside the lines: raising a smarter kid by breaking all the rules [i]
  268. (/2014) Schools that learn: a fifth discipline fieldbook for educators, parents, and everyone who cares about education [i]
  269. () Focused genograms: intergenerational assessment of individuals, couples, and families [i]
  270. () Raising children with roots, rights & responsibilities: celebrating the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child [o] [u]
  271. () Fifty strategies for counseling defiant, aggressive adolescents: reaching, accepting, and relating [d]
  272. () Make it count: how to generate a legacy that gives meaning to your life [i]
  273. () Building relationships: developing skills for life [i]
  274. () The art of blessing: teaching parents to create rituals [j]
  275. () No-talk therapy for children and adolescents [i]
  276. () Problem solving in families: research and practice [i]
  277. (/2007) The child within: taking the young person's perspective by applying personal construct theory [i]
  278. Jane Bybee [ed] () Guilt and children [i] [d]
  279. () The development of anxiety: the role of control in the early environment [d]
  280. Frank M. Dattilio & Marvin R. Goldfried [ed] () Case studies in couple and family therapy: systemic and cognitive perspectives [i]
  281. () The adolescent psyche: Jungian and Winnicottian perspectives [i]
  282. () Varieties of empathy-based guilt [i] [d]
  283. (/2006) Building the bonds of attachment: awakening love in deeply troubled children [i]
  284. (/2009) The adolescent in family therapy: harnessing the power of relationships [i]
  285. () The natural limitations of youth: the predispositions that shape the adolescent character [i]
  286. Thorana Strever Nelson & Terry S. Trepper [ed] () 101 more interventions in family therapy [i]
  287. () Leave taking: emotional cutoff as lack of differentiation [d]
  288. Phillip T. Slee & Ken Rigby [ed] () Children's peer relations [i]
  289. () The birth of a mother: how the motherhood experience changes you forever [i]
  290. (/2016) Strengthening family resilience [i]
  291. (/2006) All kids are our kids: what communities must do to raise caring and responsible children and adolescents [i]
  292. (/2001) Intimacy [u]
  293. () Emotional unavailability: recognizing it, understanding it, and avoiding its trap [i]
  294. (/2009) School, family, and community partnerships: your handbook for action [i]
  295. Ian H. Gotlib & Blair Wheaton [ed] () Stress and adversity over the life course: trajectories and turning points [i]
  296. () The heart of parenting: how to raise an emotionally intelligent child [i]
  297. () Everyday blessings: the inner work of mindful parenting [i]
  298. () Teaching in the midst of belatedness: the paradox of natality in Hannah Arendt's educational thought [d]
  299. (/2007) Brief intervention for school problems: outcome-informed strategies [i]
  300. Robert L. Selman, Caroline L. Watts, & Lynn Hickey Schultz [ed] () Fostering friendship: pair therapy for treatment and prevention [i]
  301. (/2008) Starting small: teaching tolerance in preschool and the early grades [o] [u]
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