Family functioning and its relationship to recommended status with the juvenile court system
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The process which counselors at the Twenty-Seventh District Court Service Unit in Virginia go through in order to make treatment recommendations regarding juveniles and their families to the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court was explored. The relationship between family functioning, communication, and recommended status with the juvenile court system was studied. Finally, a comparison of counselors' perceptions of family functioning and families' self-reports was made.
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