Posted: 24 Nov 2002
This article describes an interdisciplinary approach to research, practice and policy formation when dealing with issues of importance to children and youth. The authors, a child psychiatrist, a professor of law, and a social worker, discuss the utilization of a team-based approach linking the various disciplines at all levels - from clinical to theoretical - and in a number of arenas - from evaluations of individual children to the study of children's issues.
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Woodhouse, Barbara Bennett and Burrell Cowan, Alyssa, Child-Centered, Vertically Structured, and Interdisciplinary: An Integrative Approach to Children's Policy, Practice, and Research. Family Court Review, Vol. 40, No. 116, January 2002. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=301304