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Reading titles for reference

 

Together and apart : Children and parents experiencing separation and divorce
Mavis Mclean (2 March 2004)
 

School-based support work for children whose parents have separated
Angi Wilson and Janet Edwards with Susie Allen and Carol Dasbupta (29 April 2003)
 

Supporting children through family change : a review of services
Joanna Hawthorne, Julie Jessop, Jan Pryor and Martin Richards (12 March 2003)
 

Children’s and Parents’ experience of contact after divorce
Liz Trinder, Mary Beek and Jo Connolly (30 October 2002)
 

How primary school children cope with family change
Amanda Wade and Carol Smart (18 July 2002)
 

Cohabitation, separation and fatherhood
Charlie Lewis, Amalia Papacosta and Jo Warin (15 May 2002)
 

Children’s views of their changing families
Judy Dunn and Kirby Deater-Deckard (12 September 2012)
 

How parents cope financially on marriage breakdown
Alison Perry, Gillian Dougls, Mervyn Murch, Kay Bader and Margaret Borkowski (25 April 2000)
 

The use of Family Assistance Orders in divorce and separation cases
Adrian James and Louise Sturgeon-Adams (31 May 1999)
 

Divorce and separation : The outcomes for children
Bryan Rodgers and Jane Pryor
 

The legacy of parental divorce : social economic and family experiences in adulthood
Kathleen Keirnan (1 September 1997)

 

Help books

Breaking up Blues – A Guide to survival and growth – Denise Cullington

Starting Again – How to learn from the past for a better future. Sarah Litvinoff.

How to have a healthy divorce – Paula Hall

Runaway Husbands – Vikki Stark

Divorce: How to tell the kids: A parent’s guide – Vikki Stark

The Guide for Separated parents – Putting Children First – Karen& Nick Woodall

Parenting Apart – How separated and divorced parents can raise happy and secure kids – Christina

McGhee

Mindfulness: A Practical guide to finding peace in a frantic world – Prof Mark Williams

 

For children

0 – 6

Two Homes – Claire Masurel

Living with Mum and living with Dad – Melanie Walsh

I have two homes – Marian De Smet/ Nynke Talsma

It’s not your fault Koko Bear – Vicki Lansky

A huge bag of worries – Virginia Ironside and Frank Rodgers

 

6/7- 11

What in the world do you do when your parent’s divorce – A Survival guide for kids – Kent Winchester and Roberta Beyer.

I have two homes – Colleen Lemaire and Marina Samuell

What to do when you worry too much – a kids guide to overcoming anxiety – Dawn Hueber and Bonnie Matthews

 

11- 14

It’s not the end of the world – Judy Blume

The divorce help book for teens – Cynthia MacGregor

Older children/ adults

A grief out of season – when your parent’s divorce in your adult years – Noelle Fintushel and Nancy Hillars

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01908 262680

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enquiries@hawkinsfamilylaw.co.uk

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