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Clinical and Educational Interventions With Fathers

Jay Fagan, Alan J. Hawkins, editors
Format
Book
Published
New York : Haworth Clinical Practice Press, c2001.
Language
English
Series
Haworth Marriage and the Family
ISBN
0789006456 (hardcover : alk. paper), 0789012383 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Contents
  • Need for Fathering Interventions 6
  • What Practitioners Need to Know to Work with Fathers 10
  • Section I Clinical Interventions
  • Chapter 1. Tools for the Trade: Clinical Interventions with Fathers in Family Therapy / James L. Furrow 23
  • Fathers in Family Therapy: Psychological and Social Issues 24
  • Assumptions and Values 28
  • "Tools" of Best Practice with Fathers 30
  • Increasing Father Involvement in Therapy 38
  • Outcome and Evaluation 39
  • Chapter 2. Therapeutic Support Groups As a Primary Intervention for Issues of Fatherhood with African-American Men / Anderson J. Franklin, Tommy Davis III 45
  • Some Underlying Psychological Factors 46
  • Therapeutic Support Groups for African-American Fathers 51
  • Major Themes to Promote in Therapy 53
  • "Best Practices" for Implementing Support Groups 58
  • Evaluation 63
  • Chapter 3. When a Divorced Father Does Not Visit / Geoffrey L. Greif 67
  • Psychological, Social, and Economic Issues Faced by Divorced Fathers 68
  • Divorced Fathers and Contact 73
  • Clinical Issues in Reconnecting Divorced Fathers to Their Children 75
  • Chapter 4. Anger Management for Fathers / Charles C. Humphrey, Mark Toogood 91
  • Psychological and Social Foundations of Anger Management 92
  • Theoretical Assumptions of Constructive Engagement 98
  • Constructive Engagement (STRACK): A New Approach 100
  • Expected Outcomes of STRACK 107
  • Evaluation 108
  • Barriers 109
  • Section II Educational Interventions
  • Chapter 5. Parent Education for Incarcerated Fathers / Glen Palm 117
  • Review of Research 118
  • Designing a Program for Incarcerated Fathers 124
  • Core Learnings: Lessons from the Field 135
  • Chapter 6. Web-Based Education and Support for Fathers: Remote But Promising / Travis R. Grant, Alan J. Hawkins, David C. Dollahite 143
  • Web-Based Education and Fathers 145
  • Overview of Fathering Education Sites: What Is Out There? 149
  • Evaluating Outcomes: A Case Study 152
  • Chapter 7. Father/Male Involvement in Early Childhood Programs: Training Staff to Work with Men / Brent A. McBride, Thomas R. Rane 171
  • Social and Economic Issues Faced by Fathers 171
  • Intervening to Encourage Father Involvement in Early Childhood Programs 174
  • Basic Assumtions and Values: Father Involvement in Early Childhood Programs 176
  • Evaluation of the Intervention Program 178
  • Outcomes of the Evaluation 180
  • Implications and Lessons Learned for "Best Practices" 183
  • Chapter 8. Turning the Hearts of Fathers: Faith-Based Approaches to Promoting Responsible Fatherhood / Wade F. Horn 191
  • Basic Assumptions 193
  • Evangelical Protestant Approaches to Fatherhood Interventions 195
  • Catholic Church and Fatherhood Interventions 201
  • Mainline Protestant Denominations and Fatherhood Interventions 202
  • Smaller Faith-Based Fatherhood Interventions 203
  • Barriers and Challenges Ahead 205
  • Promise of Faith-Based Approaches 210
  • Chapter 9. Legal Support for the Father-Child Relationship in Disunited Families / Anne P. Mitchell 215
  • Know the Rules 216
  • Legal Tools to Use in Custody and Time-share Issues 218
  • Plan a Course of Action and Do Not Lose Sight of the Ultimate Goal 225
  • Special Legal Issues Faced by Single Fathers 226
  • Evaluation of Father Advocacy 232
  • Chapter 10. English-Speaking Caribbean Immigrant Fathers: The Task of Unpacking the Cultural Pathways to Intervention / Jaipaul L. Roopnarine, Meera Shin, Tracey Y. Lewis 235
  • Caribean Migration 237
  • Psychological, Social, and Economic Issues Faced by Carribbean Immigrant Fathers 238
  • Practice Strategies for Working with Caribbean Immigrant Fathers 246
  • An Approach to Working with Fathers 249
  • Chapter 11. Research and Practice on Fathers in High-Risk Families: Exploring the Need and Potential Areas for Collaboration / Vivian L. Gadsden, Edward W. Pitt, Neil Tift 257
  • Historical Overview of Policy and Research 258
  • Argument for Practice-Derived Research 265
  • Focus Group Participants and Procedures 268
  • Learnings from Father-Focused Practice and Programs 271
  • Creating a Context for Collaboration 278
  • Chapter 12. Clinical and Educational Interventions with Fathers: A Synthesis / Alan J. Hawkins, Jay Fagan 285
  • Need for Evaluation 285
  • Value of a Generative Fathering Framework 287
  • Need for Creative, Nontraditional Intervention Approaches 288
  • Need to Find What Is Missing 290.
Description
xxiii, 313 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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