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(p. 216) Parents Who are Separating or Divorced 

(p. 216) Parents Who are Separating or Divorced
(p. 216) Parents Who are Separating or Divorced

Helen M. Stallman

, and Jeneva L. Ohan

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date: 08 August 2020

Separation and divorce are significant life stressors for families. The developmental outcomes for children from this experience are dependent on a range of factors, including co-parental conflict, poor parenting, and parental mental health. Parenting interventions, particularly early in the separation process, have the potential to address modifiable family risk factors and enhance protective factors to optimize positive child and family outcomes. Family Transitions Triple P was developed in response to demand from both consumers and the court system for support for parents going through divorce. Family Transitions Triple P provides families with a high standard of care in promoting positive outcomes for children.

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