New HELP Faculty publication of interest

Kimberly Schonert-Reichl, collaborating with UBC colleagues Mari Pighini, Hillel Goelman and Marla Buchanan, and Dana Brynelsen of the Infant Development Program of BC, has co-authored a new paper in the International Journal of Psychology.

Entitled Learning from parents' stories about what works in early intervention, the paper outlines new research about improving the quality of early intervention services. Specifically, the researchers argue that family-centred practices (FCP) in early intervention (EI) services are the preferred approach for parents of developmentally at-risk children. This is because FCP support these parents in leading EI services for their children.

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