Guiding Parents Through Separation: Family Matters - an innovative support service from Resolution

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Guiding Parents Through Separation : Family Matters - an innovative support service from Resolution. / Skinner, Christine; Foster, Ida.

Resolution, 2016. 15 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Skinner, C & Foster, I 2016, Guiding Parents Through Separation: Family Matters - an innovative support service from Resolution. Resolution. <http://www.resolution.org.uk/site_content_files/files/family_matters_research___final.pdf>

APA

Skinner, C., & Foster, I. (2016). Guiding Parents Through Separation: Family Matters - an innovative support service from Resolution. Resolution. http://www.resolution.org.uk/site_content_files/files/family_matters_research___final.pdf

Vancouver

Skinner C, Foster I. Guiding Parents Through Separation: Family Matters - an innovative support service from Resolution. Resolution, 2016. 15 p.

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Skinner, Christine ; Foster, Ida. / Guiding Parents Through Separation : Family Matters - an innovative support service from Resolution. Resolution, 2016. 15 p.

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