Effects of the Dads for Life intervention on interparental conflict and coparenting in the two years after divorce.

@article{Cookston2007EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of the Dads for Life intervention on interparental conflict and coparenting in the two years after divorce.},
  author={Jeffrey T. Cookston and Sanford L. Braver and William A. Griffin and Stephanie R De Lus{\'e} and Jonathan C Miles},
  journal={Family process},
  year={2007},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={123-37}
}
The ability of parents to forge harmonious coparenting relationships following divorce is an important predictor of their children's long-term well-being. However, there is no convincing evidence that this relationship can be modified through intervention. A preventive intervention that we developed, Dads for Life (DFL), which targeted noncustodial parents as participants, has previously been shown in a randomized field trial to favorably impact child well-being. We explore here whether it also… CONTINUE READING

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