BAMA for the Preservation & Reunifcation of Families
Behavior Analysis Metrics & Applications for the Preservation and Reunification of Families is a 37-chapter anthology of some of the most enterprising work addressing the problem of child maltreatment. It describes:
- The development and application of Contextually Valid Family Treatment, a more viable alternative to the traditional training of a parent/child dyad.
- Empirically driven strategies for managing the visitation/reunification process.
- A protocol for predicting the vulnerability of women to recurrences of domestic violence.
- Training for young children and adolescents in self-protection against sexual and other forms of exploitation.