Raquel S Hunter

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We are greatly indebted to the Annie E. Casey and Ford Foundations for their support of this research project. We would also like to thank the Spencer Foundation for providing fellowship support to five members of our research team during the course of this study. While the support of these organizations was instrumental to our work, the views expressed(More)
The tendency for the cycle of abusive and neglectful parenting to be transmitted across generations has been well documented. The authors report on 40 families who broke this family pattern. The mechanisms for change used in these families included reliance on a broad network of resources, a degree of self-differentiation, an attitude of realistic optimism,(More)
Separation and loss issues arise frequently in pediatric hospital settings. Three forms of psychiatry/psychology liaison are presented which demonstrate: 1. case-centered collaboration to address child and family concerns about death; 2. team-centered activities which link family and staff roles in the course of terminal illness; and 3. the development of a(More)
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