Volume 5 Issue 4 Contents

 

CONTENTS

 1  CONTENTS
 2  EDITORIAL
  Every family’s and every child’s journey is different
Mary Nolan, Editor-in-Chief
3 GUEST EDITORIAL
  From the war zone to the home front: Risk and resilience in military families
Gabriela Misca, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Worcester, UK
4 GUEST EDITORIAL
  Policing parenting: Psychological challenges for officers and their families
Sarah-Jane Lennie, PhD Candidate, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; Police Office
22  THE NEWS IN QUESTION
 

ARTICLES

7 Parenting on the homefront through military cycles of deployment
Tessa M. Kritikos, PhD Candidate, Boston University, USA 
Ellen R. DeVoe, Professor, Director of Doctoral Program in Social Work, Boston University, USA
10 A review of coping strategies, parenting programmes and psychological therapies
available to military parents with children under 5
Mary Nolan, Professor of Perinatal Education, University of Worcester, UK 
Gabriela Misca, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Worcester, UK
16 Danger-protection mothering practices: How work and home influence the parenting of women police officers
Debra Langan, Associate Professor of Criminology, Wilfred Laurier University, Ontario, Canada 
Carrie B. Sanders, Associate Professor of Criminology, Wilfred Laurier University, Ontario, Canada 
Julie Gouweloos, PhD Candidate and Instructor, McMaster University, and Research
Fellow in Criminology, Wilfred Laurier University, Ontario, Canada
29 Supporting parents with enduring mental health problems 
Mary Nolan, Editor-in-Chief, based on a thesis by P.C. van der Ende, Senior Researcher,
Research and Innovation Department of Rehabilitation, Hanzeuniversity of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
33 Developing a UK Infant Mental Health Competency Framework   
Dawn Cannon, Director of Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit;
Honorary Secretary, Association for Infant Mental Health
(AIMH UK); Project Lead, UK Infant Mental Health Competency Framework
 

PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAMME

24 ‘Playing to Our Strengths’: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, social isolation
and new resources to support individuals and families 
Michelle Stewart, Associate Professor, Justice Studies, University of Regina;
Canada FASD Research Network Shana Mohr, Caregiver
and Para-Professional Trainer in FASD
 

OTHER

15 BOOK PAGE
Parenting and Children’s Resilience in Military Families 
Edited by Abigail H. Gewirtz and Adriana M. Youssef
10 Focus on Support Organisations
PANDA – Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia
40

Sally’s Column: Working for a happy home
Sally Hogg, Consultant working in Children’s Services and
Strategic Lead for the ‘Mums and Babies in Mind’ project, UK

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