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Supporting Children When Parents SeparateEmbedding a Crisis Intervention Approach within Family Justice, Education and Mental Health Policy$
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Mervyn Murch

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781447345947

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447345947.001.0001

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Policy and practice proposals to support children and young people coping with interparental conflict and separation

Policy and practice proposals to support children and young people coping with interparental conflict and separation

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(p.299) Thirteen Policy and practice proposals to support children and young people coping with interparental conflict and separation
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Supporting Children When Parents Separate
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Mervyn Murch

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447345947.003.0013

This chapter considers how the Caplanian approach might in time become embedded in a whole school system committed to a child's wellbeing and resilient mental health. The first part outlines policy and practice proposals, and looks further at how this approach to primary prevention should be applied not only in state schools but in the context of private boarding schools as well. The second part considers its potential application in the context of child-related litigation in family courts. The third part touches on its relevance to child and adolescent mental health services, and argues for the development of a broader consultative preventive mental health approach to augment and complement their specialist therapeutic intervention.

Keywords:   Caplanian approach, child welfare, mental health services, primary prevention, school system, child mental health, adolescent mental health

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