Child & Youth Care Forum
Journal of Research and Practice in Children's Services
Child & Youth Care Forum is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary publication that welcomes submissions – original empirical research papers and theoretical reviews as well as invited commentaries – on children, youth, and families. Contributions to Child & Youth Care Forum are submitted by researchers, practitioners, and clinicians across the interrelated disciplines of child psychology, early childhood, education, medical anthropology, pediatrics, pediatric psychology, psychiatry, public policy, school/educational psychology, social work, and sociology as well as government agencies and corporate and nonprofit organizations that seek to advance current knowledge and practice.
Child & Youth Care Forum publishes scientifically rigorous, empirical papers and theoretical reviews that have implications for child and adolescent mental health, psychosocial development, assessment, interventions, and services broadly defined. For example, papers may address issues of child and adolescent typical and/or atypical development through effective youth care assessment and intervention practices. In addition, papers may address strategies for helping youth overcome difficulties (e.g., mental health problems) or overcome adversity (e.g., traumatic stress, community violence) as well as all children actualize their potential (e.g., positive psychology goals). Assessment papers that advance knowledge as well as methodological papers with implications for child and youth research and care are also encouraged.
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“I Just Learned by Observation and Trial and Error”: Exploration of Young Caregiver Training and Knowledge in Families Living with Rare Neurological Disorders
Academic, Psychosocial, and Demographic Correlates of School-Based Health Center Utilization: Patterns by Service Type
Cyber Victimization and Its Association with Substance Use, Anxiety, and Depression Symptoms Among Middle School Youth
|Previous Title||Print ISSN||Online ISSN|
|Child and Youth Care Quarterly||0893-0848||1573-3319|
|Child care quarterly||0045-6632||1573-3319|
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