Reviews of:

  • Children Who Could Have Been: The Legacy of Child Welfare in Wealthy America. (1999) William M. Epstein Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press Reviewed by: Leroy H Pelton
  • Skills for Families Skills for Life. (1999) Linda M. Shadoin, Joni Cook-Griffin, and JaneL. Peterson. Nebraska: Boys Town Press. Reviewed by Shelley Leavitt
  • Attachment Disorganization. (1999) J. and George C. Solomon, Eds. New York: The Guilford Press. Reviewed by Alice Chornesky
  • Infants. Toddlers. and Families: A Framework for Support and Intervention. (1999) Martha Farrell Erickson and Karen Kurz-Riemer.New York: The Guilford Press.Reviewed by Halaevalu F. Vakalahi
  • Solution-Based Casework: An Introduction to Clinical and Case Management Skills in Casework Practice. (1999) D. N. Christensen, J. Todahl, and W. C. Barrett New York: Aldine De Gruyter.Reviewed by Charles H Huber
  • Childhood Sexual Abuse: An Evidence-Based Perspective. (1999) David M. Fergusson and Paul E. Mullen Thousand Oaks, Sage Publications, Inc.Reviewed by Elaine S. LeVine
  • Spiritual Resources in Family Therapy. (1999) F. Walsh. New York: Guilford Press.Reviewed by David Derezotes