Alex Penk

By Alex Penk - 09/10/2009

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Broken Boughs: The role of effective family interventions

Too many New Zealand children are mired in dysfunction. But though the problems are bleak, we needn’t throw in the towel. Effective family intervention programmes hold out real hope of change, of reversing the slide into dysfunction. Maxim Institute’s Broken Boughs looks at what these programmes are.

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Broken Boughs: The role of effective family interventions

This report focuses on two family problems, child abuse and neglect, and anti-social behaviour/ conduct problems, and programmes that respond to them. Effective responses are required because the problems are widespread.

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