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Group interventions for separated parents in entrenched conflict: an exploration of evidence-based frameworks

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posted on 01.10.2003, 00:00 authored by Jennifer McintoshJennifer Mcintosh, H B Deacon-Wood
This paper explores the nature of enduring postseparation conflict between parents; it looks to a growing body of research around group interventions designed to help parents move on from entrenched dispute, toward a more constructive coparenting relationship, in the interests of their children. Interventions range from traditional education approaches to therapeutic and treatment
oriented models. Evidence regarding the impact of specific interventions is reviewed, and while encouraging, the need for more flexible, differentiated models emerges. Simultaneously, attention is drawn to the need for increased research activity in this burgeoning area of dispute resolution.

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Journal

Journal of family studies

Volume

9

Issue

2

Pagination

187 - 199

Publisher

Routledge

Location

Melbourne, Vic

ISSN

1322-9400

Language

eng

Publication classification

C Journal article; C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

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2003, Routledge

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