New Book Review

I have just posted my latest book review:

Family-Centered Services in Residential Treatment: New Approaches for Group Care — By: John Y. Powell (Editor)
Family-Centered Services in Residential Treatment is a collection of articles, speeches, and interviews. The editor uses these to present the concept, philosophy and need of family centered services from different perspectives to include clinicians, administrators, direct care staff, parents and children formerly in placement.
I very much enjoyed this book and the editor did a very good job further selling me on family centered services…………..

I have four new books on order:
“Raising Other People’s Kids: A Guide for Houseparents, Foster Parents, and Direct Care Staff”
Moving In: Ten Successful Independent/Transitional Living Programs
(An independent living book)
Raising Cain (Challenges failings in the legal, welfare, and mental health system that undermine the best interests of foster and adoptive children)

When I finish with them I will share my thoughts with you.

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