Pressley Ridge Social Research & Innovation Center Publishes Article on Using Feedback to Improve Working Alliances with Families of Youth in Residential Treatment
The Pressley Ridge Social Research & Innovation Center is excited to announce the publication of a new article that discusses the results of a study examining alliances between families and residential treatment family workers. Published in the Children and Youth Services Review Journal, this article demonstrates that sharing working alliance feedback with residential treatment staff can be effective in improving working alliances with families. This study adds to our knowledge about the working alliance and helped to build the foundation for our Alliance Building: Learning to Engage (ABLE) model.
The article can be downloaded for free before March 11th, 2018 using this link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0190740917303596
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