This study evaluated the feasibility of Family Empowerment (FAME), a preventive multifamily program for asylum seeker families in the Netherlands. FAME aims to reinforce the
Parents and children exposed to war and relocation have high rates of negative relational and mental health outcomes. This study tested the feasibility of implementing
Parenting effectively after resettlement is a significant challenge faced by many former refugees. This study considers experiences of the Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P), an
The current pilot study examines the impact of the Ten Education Commandments for Parents program on (1) new immigrant Latino parents’ knowledge of the U.S.
Participation in organized after school activities could be especially beneficial for youth from immigrant backgrounds, whose families often have little knowledge of American school systems.
Unprecedented numbers of unaccompanied children have migrated to the Southern border of the United States in recent years. Yet, little is known about how these
This article describes the rationale, development, delivery, and evaluation strategy of a pilot career intervention program for immigrant Latina/o high school students: Advocating for Latina/o
After-school programs function especially well in improving academic and behavioral outcomes for disadvantaged children in general. However, little is known about the effectiveness of after-school
Since 2015, an enormous number of refugees have migrated to Germany. To obtain qualifi ed jobs, many of them attend prevocational preparation classes. The aims