Translating Evidence to Practice: Parental Separation

Citation
Barnardos. (2018). Translating Evidence to Practice: Parental Separation. https://knowledge.barnardos.ie/handle/20.500.13085/922
Abstract
Parental separation is a difficult time for families, and can result in more than just a relationship breakdown, it can also mean separation from siblings, grandparents and supports for the child. A wealth of research shows that this can be a challenging life experience for children, and can put them at risk of a range of short and long-term negative developmental and psychosocial outcomes if they are not supported.