Parenting support for mothers and fathers with a drug problem: issues and challenges for parents and healthcare professionals
MetadataShow full item record
The situation in Scotland - Addressing the needs of children and families affected by parental substance misuse (alcohol and drugs) is a priority for policy and practice (Scottish Government, 2013). The number of adults dependent on opiods and/or benzodiazephines has increased in recent years, and it is estimated that up to 60,000 children in Scotland are affected by a parent's drug use. Policy initiatives emphasise the importance of early intervention alongside evidence-based parenting interventions and recovery-orientated substance misuse treatment (ACDM, 2003; Scottish Government, 2008; Scottish Government, 2012).
Except where otherwise noted, this item's license is described as Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Qualitative analysis of the impact of parental acquired brain injury on parenting and parent child relationships Anderson, Isabella Crozier (The University of Edinburgh, 2006)
Evaluating the efficacy of a brief parenting intervention based on video tape modelling: effects on parental stress and parent-child relationships Baxter, Susan Margaret (The University of Edinburgh, 2003)
Making sense of support: how parents view, experience and manage support for their everday parenting Mountney, Karen (CRFR - About Families, 2013-04)A range of policy initiatives have been introduced in Scotland with the aim of supporting families, increasing parenting capacity, and facilitating early intervention (for example, Early Years Framework; parenting programmes ...