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11. 

The University of Birmingham Mental Health Commission has a simple hypothesis: we cannot simply scale-up existing models of treatment to meet the current level of mental health need. We have to change the paradigm from treatment and containment to prevention, early intervention and sustainable recovery – and we have to shift resources accordingly.

 

It is this hypothesis that the Commission wishes to test to devise a new agenda for action, taking a life-course approach, looking at the best of what works to reduce the prevalence of mental distress and how to support its adoption across the UK.

The call for evidence is an opportunity to showcase your research or innovation both to the Commission itself and to a wider audience when the Commission reports.

 

We are keen to hear from anyone with ideas and expertise to contribute, whether that is by personal experience or by profession. We seek practical examples, case studies, and insights in how best to implement promising approaches, as well as rigorous peer-reviewed research.

 

The Commission will consider this evidence and the analysis of this will be published on the Commission’s website. During the process of collecting evidence, and once the final report is published, we will be engaging with policy makers to support a paradigm shift in our approach to mental distress.

 

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/Documents/call-for-evidence-mental-health-policy-commission.pdf


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On Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 3:17 PM, Bill Coffin <billcoffin68@gmail.com> wrote:
1. Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention by Communities to Promote Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health in Children:
Proceedings of a Workshop (2017)



OR


Preventing the Negative Effects of Poverty on Child Development: Evidence-Based Policies and Solutions


http://www.npscoalition.org/childhood-poverty






2. Breadcrumbing- another downer of the digital age





3. Could A 'Marriage 101' Class Deter Divorce? Couples Across Asia Think It's Worth A Shot
Michelle Yuan 







4
​. 
American family incomes reach record high

By Chelsea Follett




5
​. 
Working paper 73 (2017)

Family Trajectories and Wellbeing of Children

​ ​
Born to Lone Mothers in the United Kingdom


By Elena Mariani, Berkay Özcan Alice Goisis

 

 http://www.familiesandsocieties.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/WP73MarianiBerkayGoisis2017.pdf



​OR​

 

Working paper 74(2017)

The contribution of civil society:Good practices


By Diego Barroso and Eloïse Leboutte

 

 http://www.familiesandsocieties.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/WP74BarrosoLeboutte2017.pdf







6
​. 
More Grandparents Than Ever

SHARON JAYSON





O
​R​



 
Tell Us About Divorce in Your Community






7
​.
 DIFI Participates in the OIC’s First Ministerial Conference on Marriage and the Family Institution





​8. ​
March 27Lecture Series: Promoting Resilience in Military Families  

From the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)

On Monday, March 27 at 10 a.m. EST, the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) will present "Promoting Resilience in Military Families: Outcomes of the After Deployment, Adaptive Parenting Tools (ADAPT) Program" at the National Institutes of Health. It is the latest installment of their Integrative Lecture Series.

The lecture is free, and will also be available via videocast or Facebook Live

https://www.ncfr.org/events/march-27-lecture-series-promoting-resilience-military-families


OR

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 | 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Work-family policy in Trump’s America: Addressing the concerns of working-class families








​10. ​Having children adds almost two years to life, say scientists














T
​hanks Alysse​






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Candidates for Friday Five

1. Implementing Evidence-Based Prevention by Communities to Promote Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health in Children:
Proceedings of a Workshop (2017)



OR


Preventing the Negative Effects of Poverty on Child Development: Evidence-Based Policies and Solutions


http://www.npscoalition.org/childhood-poverty






2. Breadcrumbing- another downer of the digital age





3. Could A 'Marriage 101' Class Deter Divorce? Couples Across Asia Think It's Worth A Shot
Michelle Yuan 







4
​. 
American family incomes reach record high

By Chelsea Follett




5
​. 
Working paper 73 (2017)

Family Trajectories and Wellbeing of Children

​ ​
Born to Lone Mothers in the United Kingdom


By Elena Mariani, Berkay Özcan Alice Goisis

 

 http://www.familiesandsocieties.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/WP73MarianiBerkayGoisis2017.pdf



​OR​

 

Working paper 74(2017)

The contribution of civil society:Good practices


By Diego Barroso and Eloïse Leboutte

 

 http://www.familiesandsocieties.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/WP74BarrosoLeboutte2017.pdf







6
​. 
More Grandparents Than Ever

SHARON JAYSON





O
​R​



 
Tell Us About Divorce in Your Community






7
​.
 DIFI Participates in the OIC’s First Ministerial Conference on Marriage and the Family Institution





​8. ​
March 27Lecture Series: Promoting Resilience in Military Families  

From the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)

On Monday, March 27 at 10 a.m. EST, the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) will present "Promoting Resilience in Military Families: Outcomes of the After Deployment, Adaptive Parenting Tools (ADAPT) Program" at the National Institutes of Health. It is the latest installment of their Integrative Lecture Series.

The lecture is free, and will also be available via videocast or Facebook Live

https://www.ncfr.org/events/march-27-lecture-series-promoting-resilience-military-families


OR

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 | 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Work-family policy in Trump’s America: Addressing the concerns of working-class families








​10. ​Having children adds almost two years to life, say scientists














T
​hanks Alysse​






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Subject: Relationship Enhancement Therapy Workshop - May 19-21, 2017
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Relationship Enhancement® Therapy with Couples and Families

May 19-21, 2017

Workshop Leader: Rob Scuka, Ph.D., Member of NIRE's Training Faculty

Rob is the author of Relationship Enhancement Therapy: Healing Through Deep Empathy and Intimate Dialogue. and numerous articles on RE and other topics.

Location: Topaz, House, 4400 East-West Highway, #24, Bethesda, MD 20814

Workshop Description: The purpose of this three-day skills training workshop is to provide participants a comprehensive introduction to the theory and methodology underlying the RE model and to teach participants how  to conduct RE Therapy with couples and families, beginning with the intake interview and proceeding through all the phases of RE therapy.

Intensive Supervised Skills Practice: The workshop emphasizes the building of participants' therapeutic skills through a process that combines lecture, video, role-play demonstrations, and intensively supervised skill practice. The number of participants is limited in order to ensure frequent individual supervision when participants break into triads to practice the previously-demonstrated skills.

Workshop Objectives: Participants will learn:

  • How to structure an intake interview so as to minimize in-session conflict and maximize commitment to positive therapeutic engagement
  • How to teach clients the ten RE skills
  • How to structure Conflict Management Skill as a contract between couples
  • How to coach couples' dialogues effectively
  • How to use the Identification Mode of empathy to help couples deepen their dialogues
  • How to use special RE therapy techniques such as Becoming and Troubleshooting
  • How to combine individual therapy of family members with RE couple and family therapy
  • How to overcome power imbalances among family members

Continuing Education: Upon completion, participants receive 20 CE credits for completing this workshop.

IDEALS/NIRE is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. IDEALS maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
IDEALS/NIRE has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5560. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. IDEALS/NIRE is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
IDEALS/NIRE is approved by the Maryland State Board of Social Work Examiners to offer Category I continuing education programs for social workers. IDEALS/NIRE maintains responsibility for the program and adhering to the appropriate guidelines required by the respective organizations.

Number of participants strictly limited to assure ample individual supervision.

Fee: $375 (includes RE Therapist Manual).

Cancellation Policy: Full refund (minus a $25 cancellation fee) is available up to one week prior to the beginning of the workshop. Thereafter, no refund is permitted, but the money paid can be applied to a future workshop offering.

For further information, or to register, please call NIRE at 301-680-8977.

Visit our website at www.nire.org. You may also register on-line there as well.

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Candidates for Friday Five

1. Fatherhood: the impact of fathers on children’s mental health 







2. Be worried about boys, especially baby boys






3. Charity report shows an increase in the number of people with no close friends






4. The ‘Troops’ Who Support Our Troops

 Katherine Harris |






OR


Keeping a healthy marriage healthy

By Airmen 1st Class Victoria Boyton, Kenneth Boyton,







5. A millennial takes on marriage

Kristin Eck







6. User guide to marriage statistics

Nicola Haines






7.
Policy and Research Challenges in Advancing Care and Support for People with Mental Illnesses and Substance Use Disorders

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 2:00 pm 







8. 20 Outstanding Books on Emotional Intelligence That Could Change The World (2017 Update)






9. FAMILY SCIENCE IS
the scientific study of families &
close interpersonal relationships






10. Determined 'Millenials' Prioritise Money Over Marriage



OR


Survey: 58% of Pinays would delay marriage for career







11. Sex Scandal: The Drive to Abolish Male and Female



OR





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Subject: Morning Madness: Tuesday, March 14
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March 14, 2017

It's here. It's really here.

The NCAA tournament kicks off with the First Four tonight

The first game of the 2017 tournament tips off when 16-seed Mount St. Mary's and 16-seed New Orleans fight for the chance to play overall No. 1 seed Villanova (6:40 ET, TruTV) in the West. WATCH LIVE

Next, 11-seed Wake Forest and 11-seed Kansas State face off for a spot against 6-seed Cincinnati (9:10 ET, TruTV) in the South. WATCH LIVE

View the interactive bracket | Print the bracket

Every single first-round game analyzed

NCAA.com’s Mike Lopresti previewed every one of the 36 games played Thursday and Friday, from Mount St. Mary’s vs. New Orleans to Dayton vs. Wichita State. If you need some background on any matchup, we’ve got you covered.

Here's a list of the times and TV schedule for those games.

The top five players to watch in each region

This was a tough list to put together as, spoiler alert, there are quite a few good players in the tournament. You’ve got Josh Hart and Luke Kennard in the East, and then Malik Monk, Justin Jackson and Lonzo Ball just in the South.

NCAA.com’s Joe Boozell broke down each region:

Women's NCAA tournament field released

UConn's women's team landed the No. 1 overall seed in the women's 2017 NCAA tournament and the Huskies' (32-0) march for a record fifth straight national title truly begins. Notre Dame (30-3), South Carolina (27-4) and Baylor (30-3) rounded out the rest of the 1 seeds.

View the interactive bracket | Print the bracket

The final AP Top 25 of the season came out yesterday

Villanova took back its No. 1 spot, which Kansas had held for the past two weeks and Gonzaga claimed for the four weeks before that. It’s certainly not a bad position to be in, but it is by no means a guarantee of Nova’s success.

History shows that the AP No. 1 is far from a championship lock in the NCAA tournament. The final No. 1 has captured the title just once since 2001 and only four times since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985.

See the full Top 25

Behind the numbers of the final AP Top 25

More bracket tips coming your way

Here's one. Get the Final Four as close to perfect as you can. The glory in picks often feels like nailing 30-of-32 first-round games and successfully picking a 14-3 upset, but the points come in the Elite Eight and the Final Four, according to what we've seen from winners over the past six years. For instance, the guy that got his first 25 picks right in our 2016 game didn't even finish in the top 20 percent when it was all said and done. NCAA.com's Joe Boozell has more.

Brackets close at noon ET on Thursday, but there's still plenty of time to make your picks.

Start your brackets | Bracket BeatMadness Matchup Tool

Mark your calendar

First Four in Dayton: March 14, 15 - Watch these games live on the March Madness Live App
First Thursday of the NCAA tournament: March 16
Sweet 16 begins: March 23
Final Four in Phoenix: April 1-3

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