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Erratum know and where do we need to go next? Family Pro- Stover, C. S., Van Horn, P., & Lieberman, A. F. (2006). cess, 51, 284–306. Parental representations in the play of preschool aged McLanahan, S., Tach, L., & Schneider, D. (2013). The witnesses of marital violence. Journal of Family Violence, causal effects of father absence. Annual Review of Sociol- 21, 417–424. ogy, 399, 399–427. Stover, C. S., Van Horn, P., Turner, R., Cooper, B., & Minuchin, P., Colapinto, J., & Minuchin, S. (2007). Work- Lieberman, A. F. (2003). The effects of father ing with families of the poor (2nd ed.). New York: Guil- visitation on preschool-aged witnesses of domestic ford Press. violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18, Minuchin, S. (1974). Families and family therapy. Cambridge, 1149–1166. MA: Harvard University Press. Teubert, D., & Pinquart, M. (2010). The association O’Donnell, J. M., Johnson, W. E., D’Aunno, L. E., & between coparenting and child adjustment: A Thornton, H. L. (2005). Fathers in child welfare: meta-analysis. Parenting: Science and Practice, 10, Caseworkers’ perspectives. Child Welfare, 84, 286–307. 387–414. Walmsley, C., Strega, S., Brown, L., Dominelli, L., & Olds, D. L., Kitzman, H., Hanks, C., Cole, R., Anson, E., Callahan, M. (2009). More than a playmate, less than a Sidora-Arcoleo, K., et al. (2007). Effects of nurse co-parent: Fathers in the Canadian BSW curriculum. home visiting on maternal and child functioning: Age- Canadian Social Work Review/Revue canadienne de service 9 follow-up of a randomized trial. Pediatrics, 120(4), social, 26(1), 73–96. e832–e845. Wood, R. G., Moore, Q., Clarkwest, A., & Killewald, A. Pennell, J. (2012). Strong fathers: Community guidance. (2014). The long-term effects of building strong Raleigh, NC: Center for Family & Community families: A program for unmarried parents. Engagement. Family Relations, 76, 446–463. doi:10.1111/jomf. Rivett, M. (2010). Working with violent male carers 12094 (fathers and stepfathers). In B. Featherstone, Zanoni, L., Warburton, W., Bussey, K., & McMaugh, A. C. Hooper, J. Scourfield, & J. Taylor (Eds.), Gender (2013). Fathers as ‘core business’ in child welfare prac- and child welfare in society (pp. 195–222). London: tice and research: An interdisciplinary review. Children Wiley. and Youth Services Review, 35, 1055–1070. Saleh, M. F. (2013). Child welfare professionals’ experiences Zeanah, C. H., Carter, A. S., Cohen, J., Egger, H., Gleason, in engaging fathers in services. Child and Adolescent M. M., Keren, M., et al. (2017). Introducing a new Social Work Journal, 30, 119–137. classification of early childhood disorders: DC: 0-5™. Scott, K. L., Francis, K. J., Crooks, C., Paddon, M., & ZERO TO THREE Journal, 37(3), 11–17. Wolfe, D. A. (2006). Guidelines for intervention with abusive fathers. In O. Williams & J. Edleson (Eds.), James P. McHale, PhD, is director and Lisa S. Negrini, Parenting by men who batter: New directions for assessment LCSW, is assistant director, Family Study Center, University and intervention (pp. 102–117). New York: Oxford of South Florida St. Petersburg. Address correspondence to James University Press. Scott, K. L., & Lishak, V. (2012). Intervention for maltreat- P. McHale, Family Study Center, University of South Florida ing fathers: Statistically and clinically significant St. Petersburg, Building ONE, Suite 100, St. Petersburg, FL change. Child Abuse & Neglect, 36, 680–684. 33701; e-mail: jmchale@mail.usf.edu. Storhaug, A. S., & Øien, K. (2012). Fathers’ encounters with the Child Welfare Service. Children and Youth Original manuscript received December 30, 2015 Services Review, 34, 296–303. Final revision received August 26, 2016 Stover, C. S. (2015). Fathers for Change for substance use Editorial decision September 14, 2016 and intimate partner violence: Initial community pilot. Accepted November 7, 2017 Advance Access Publication December 29, 2017 Family Process, 54, 600–609. Correction: The article “Symptom Profiles of Major Depressive Disorder and Their Correlates among a Nationally Representative Sample” (September 2017, Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 145–153, doi:10.1093/ swr/svx013) should have appeared with Claudette L. Grinnell-Davis listed as the fourth author and with the following information: Claudette L. Grinnell-Davis, PhD, MSW, MS, MTS, is assistant professor, Grace Abbott School of Social Work, University of Nebraska Omaha. Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/swr/article-abstract/42/1/21/4911333 McHale and Negrini / How the Assumption of a Coparenting Frame Will Transform Social Work Practice with Men and Fathers 21 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 16 March 2018 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Social Work Research Oxford University Press

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know and where do we need to go next? Family Pro- Stover, C. S., Van Horn, P., & Lieberman, A. F. (2006). cess, 51, 284–306. Parental representations in the play of preschool aged McLanahan, S., Tach, L., & Schneider, D. (2013). The witnesses of marital violence. Journal of Family Violence, causal effects of father absence. Annual Review of Sociol- 21, 417–424. ogy, 399, 399–427. Stover, C. S., Van Horn, P., Turner, R., Cooper, B., & Minuchin, P., Colapinto, J., & Minuchin, S. (2007). Work- Lieberman, A. F. (2003). The effects of father ing with families of the poor (2nd ed.). New York: Guil- visitation on preschool-aged witnesses of domestic ford Press. violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18, Minuchin, S. (1974). Families and family therapy. Cambridge, 1149–1166. MA: Harvard University Press. Teubert, D., & Pinquart, M. (2010). The association O’Donnell, J. M., Johnson, W. E., D’Aunno, L. E., & between coparenting and child adjustment: A Thornton, H. L. (2005). Fathers in child welfare: meta-analysis. Parenting: Science and Practice, 10, Caseworkers’ perspectives. Child Welfare, 84, 286–307. 387–414. Walmsley, C., Strega, S., Brown, L., Dominelli, L., & Olds, D. L., Kitzman, H., Hanks, C., Cole, R., Anson, E., Callahan, M. (2009). More than a playmate, less than a Sidora-Arcoleo, K., et al. (2007). Effects of nurse co-parent: Fathers in the Canadian BSW curriculum. home visiting on maternal and child functioning: Age- Canadian Social Work Review/Revue canadienne de service 9 follow-up of a randomized trial. Pediatrics, 120(4), social, 26(1), 73–96. e832–e845. Wood, R. G., Moore, Q., Clarkwest, A., & Killewald, A. Pennell, J. (2012). Strong fathers: Community guidance. (2014). The long-term effects of building strong Raleigh, NC: Center for Family & Community families: A program for unmarried parents. Engagement. Family Relations, 76, 446–463. doi:10.1111/jomf. Rivett, M. (2010). Working with violent male carers 12094 (fathers and stepfathers). In B. Featherstone, Zanoni, L., Warburton, W., Bussey, K., & McMaugh, A. C. Hooper, J. Scourfield, & J. Taylor (Eds.), Gender (2013). Fathers as ‘core business’ in child welfare prac- and child welfare in society (pp. 195–222). London: tice and research: An interdisciplinary review. Children Wiley. and Youth Services Review, 35, 1055–1070. Saleh, M. F. (2013). Child welfare professionals’ experiences Zeanah, C. H., Carter, A. S., Cohen, J., Egger, H., Gleason, in engaging fathers in services. Child and Adolescent M. M., Keren, M., et al. (2017). Introducing a new Social Work Journal, 30, 119–137. classification of early childhood disorders: DC: 0-5™. Scott, K. L., Francis, K. J., Crooks, C., Paddon, M., & ZERO TO THREE Journal, 37(3), 11–17. Wolfe, D. A. (2006). Guidelines for intervention with abusive fathers. In O. Williams & J. Edleson (Eds.), James P. McHale, PhD, is director and Lisa S. Negrini, Parenting by men who batter: New directions for assessment LCSW, is assistant director, Family Study Center, University and intervention (pp. 102–117). New York: Oxford of South Florida St. Petersburg. Address correspondence to James University Press. Scott, K. L., & Lishak, V. (2012). Intervention for maltreat- P. McHale, Family Study Center, University of South Florida ing fathers: Statistically and clinically significant St. Petersburg, Building ONE, Suite 100, St. Petersburg, FL change. Child Abuse & Neglect, 36, 680–684. 33701; e-mail: jmchale@mail.usf.edu. Storhaug, A. S., & Øien, K. (2012). Fathers’ encounters with the Child Welfare Service. Children and Youth Original manuscript received December 30, 2015 Services Review, 34, 296–303. Final revision received August 26, 2016 Stover, C. S. (2015). Fathers for Change for substance use Editorial decision September 14, 2016 and intimate partner violence: Initial community pilot. Accepted November 7, 2017 Advance Access Publication December 29, 2017 Family Process, 54, 600–609. Correction: The article “Symptom Profiles of Major Depressive Disorder and Their Correlates among a Nationally Representative Sample” (September 2017, Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 145–153, doi:10.1093/ swr/svx013) should have appeared with Claudette L. Grinnell-Davis listed as the fourth author and with the following information: Claudette L. Grinnell-Davis, PhD, MSW, MS, MTS, is assistant professor, Grace Abbott School of Social Work, University of Nebraska Omaha. Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/swr/article-abstract/42/1/21/4911333 McHale and Negrini / How the Assumption of a Coparenting Frame Will Transform Social Work Practice with Men and Fathers 21 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 16 March 2018

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