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The following is a list of reference articles on family therapy, in-home programs, research, and outcome studies.

Berg,I.K. (1994). Family based services: A solution-focused approach. W.W. Norton and Company.

Christensen, L. L. (1995). Therapists’ perspectives on home-based family therapy. The American Journal of Family Therapy, 23, 306-314.

Cottrell, D. (1994). Family therapy in the home. Journal of Family Therapy, 16, 189-197.

Farrington, D. P., & Welsh, B. C. (1999) Delinquency prevention using family-based interventions. Children & Society, 13, 287-303.

Gordon, D.A., Arbuthnot, J., Gustafson, K.E.,& McGreen, P. (1998). Home-based behavioral-systems family therapy with disadvantaged juvenile delinquents. The American Journal of Family, 16, 243-255.

Henggeler, S. W. & Borduin, C.M. (1995). Multisystemic treatment of serious juvenile offenders and their families. In I.M. Schwartz &P. AuClaire (Eds.), Home-based services for troubled children (pp 113-130). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Henggeler, S. W., Cunningham, P. B., Brondino, M. J., Scherer, D. G., & Hanley, J.H. (1997).
Multisystemic therapy: An effective violence prevention approach for serious juvenile offenders. Journal of Adolescence, 19, 47-61.

Henggeler, S. W., Melton, G. B., & Smith, L.A., Schoenwald, K.K., & Hanley, J.H. (1993). Family preservation using Multisystemic treatment: Long-term follow-up to a clinical trial with serious juvenile offenders. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 2, 283-293.

Lindblad-Goldberg, Dore &Stern (1998). Creating Competence from Chaos:
A Comprehensive Guide to Home-Based Services.
W.W. Norton &Company, NY.

Loeber, R., & Farrington, D.P. (1997). Never to early, never too late:
Risk factors and successful interventions for serious and violent juvenile offenders. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Nelson, K.E., & Landsman, M.J. (1992).
Alternative models of family preservation: Family-based services in context. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas.

Reiter, Michael D. (2000)
Utilizing the Home Environment in Home-Based Family Therapy. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, Volume 11, Number 3, 27-39

Tracy, E. M. & McDonell, J.R. (1991).
Home based work with families: The environmental context of family intervention.
In K.G. Lewis (Ed.),
Family systems application ot social work: Training and clinical practice (pp. 93-108. New York: The Hawthrone Press, Inc.

Washburn, P. (1994)
Advantages of a brief solution oriented focus in home based family preservation services.
Journal of Systemic Therapies, 13, 47-58.

Washington State Institute for Public Policy (1998). Watching the bottom line: Cost-effective interventions for reducing crime in Washington, Olympia, WA.: The Evergreen State College.

Wood, S., Barton, K., & Schroender, C. (1988).
In-home treatment of abusive families: Cost and placement at one year. Psychotherapy, 25, 409-414.

Woodford, M., Charkow Bordeau, W. & Alderfer, C. Home-Based Service Delivery
Introducing Family Counselors in Training to the Home as a Therapeutic Milieu. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, Vol. 14, No. 3, July 2006, 240-244.

Yorganson J., McWey, L. & Felts, L. In-Home Family Therapy: Indicators of Success. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. October 2005, Vol. 31, No.4, 301-312.

Zarski, J. J., Pastore, C.A., Way, A.L., & Shepler, R. N. (1988). Families-at-risk and home-based intervention: A therapist training model. Contemporary Family Therapy, 10, 53-62.

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