Parental mental health: Frontline Briefing (2018)

Frontline resources
Published: Apr 2018
Author: Mary Ryan

This briefing provides information aimed at social workers and family support workers working with parents and includes sections on:

  • The range and prevalence of parental mental health problems.
  • The potential impact of such problems on children’s health and development and factors to consider when assessing the seriousness of the impact.
  • The types of support that may be provided and the factors that should inform their work when parents themselves and/or others are concerned about the impact mental health problems may be having on parenting capacity and therefore, on their children.
  • Effective or promising approaches when working with families where parental mental health problems are present.
  • Sources of further information.

Aimed at: Child and family social workers and their frontline managers.

Number of pages: 24

Product code: CH-FBR-013

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