Session 4

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Topic: Outreach Family Therapy: Wraparound Services


Processes and learning methods:


Readings:
  • Allen, N.E., Foster-Fishman, P.G., & Salem, D.A. (2003). Interagency teams: A vehicle for service delivery reform. Journal of Community Psychology, 30(5), 475-497.
  • Duckworth, S. (2001). Wraparound services for young schoolchildren with emotional and behavioral disorders. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 33(4), 54-60.
  • Malysiak, R. (1997). Exploring the theory and paradigm base for wraparound. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 6(4), 399-408.
  • Vandenberg, J. & Grealish, M. (1997). Finding families strengths: a multiple choice test. Reaching Today‚Äôs Youth: The Community Circle of Caring Journal, 1 (3). In: http://cecp.air.org/wraparound/famstren.html

Recommended Readings:
  • Boyd-Franklyn, N. & Hafer Bry B. (1999). Reaching out in family therapy: home-based, school, and community interventions. New York, NY: Guilford Press. Chapters 3
  • Braithwaite, J. (2000). Democracy, community, and problem solving. In G. Burford & J. Hudson (Eds.), Family group conferencing: New directions in community-centered child & family practice (pp. 31-39). New York.
  • Burchard, J. D., & Burchard, S. N. (2000). The wraparound process with children and families. In G. Burford & J. Hudson (Eds.), Family group conferencing: New directions in communitycentered child & family practice (pp. 140-152). New York.
  • Kemp, S. P., Whitaker, J. K., & Tracy, E. M. (2000). Family group conferencing as personenvironment practice. In G. Burford & J. Hudson (Eds.), Family group conferencing: New directions in community-centered child & family practice (pp. 72-85). New York.
  • Maluccio, A. N., & Daly, J. (2000). Family group conferences as "good" child welfare practice. In G. Burford & J. Hudson (Eds.), Family group conferencing: New directions in community-centered child & family practice (pp. 65-71). New York.
  • Swartz, R. (2004). Narrative Work in Public Social Services Through Wraparound Planning. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 23(2), 51-6

Assignment(s) due:
  • Team 1: Collaborative Consultation