Reclaiming Children and Youth: Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Problems Go back to the Journal overview

  • Country: United States of America
  • Publisher: Compassion Publishing, Brookfield WI
  • Frequency of Publication: Quarterly
  • Published: From: 1993 To: Present
  • ISSN: 1089-5701 (Print) 1089-5701 (Electronic)
  • Language: English
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  • Practice Based Evidence
  • Youth and Community
  • Society
  • Youth in Conflict
  • Empowerment

This journal’s mission is to network those involved with reclaiming children and youth in conflict with family, school and community: To reclaim is to recognize the worth of what has been devalued, to restore and empower in environments of belonging, mastery, independence and generosity.

Whether you are a seasoned educator, youth professional, mentor, parent, or university student, this journal is for you! From the very beginning, this quarterly publication was described as “practical,” “powerful,” and “positive.” The journal continues to provide readers with concise, informative articles from leading educators and youth workers.

Reclaiming Children and Youth offers a vast array of strategies and solutions to many of the pressing problems of youth work today. Using tried and tested models, it presents techniques to reclaim even the most challenging children and youth.

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