Advocacy for Child Welfare Reform
This uniquely practical reference builds an ethical foundation that defines advocacy as a professional competency and identifies skills that clinicians and researchers can use in advocating at the local, state and federal levels. Models of the advocacy process coupled with first-person narratives demonstrate how professionals across disciplines can lobby for change.
Armstrong, M. I., Yampolskaya S., Jordan, N., & Anderson, R. (2013). Advocacy for Child Welfare Reform. In A. Culp (Ed.), Child and Family Advocacy: Bridging the Gaps Among Research, Practice and Policy. (pp. 173 - 149). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.