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Stories From the Field 2013 - CEU Packet
Stefanie Powers, Ed.  July 2013
ISBN: CEU368038336U
Item No.: U458


The third edition of the Zero to Three Journal’s Stories From the Field series offers a variety of case studies that highlight the innovative programs, successful  collaborations, and unique challenges in providing high quality services to young children and their families. The authors share their experiences providing services to families with issues of domestic violence, depression, foster care, child behavior problems, physical disability, and other difficult circumstances that put children and families at a high risk for family dysfunction and mental health concerns. The stories illustrate how service providers cultivate and practice enormous patience, creativity, empathy, and respectful collaboration with the support of skilled supervision. 


Price: $40.00 

Format: CEU assessment. The assessment must be taken within one year of purchase. 80% mastery is required to earn CEU credit. A link to the assessment will be provided in your order confirmation email.

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