Family support programs and adolescent mental health: review of evidence

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Kuhn ES; Laird RD;
(2014)

Emily S Kuhn, Robert D Laird Department of Psychology, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, USA Abstract: Family support programs aim to improve parent wellbeing and parenting as well as adolescent mental and behavioral health by addressing the needs of parents ... View more
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