Research

Family Life Coaching By Kim Allen

Family Life Education:  A profession with a Proven Return on Investment (ROI)

 

By Jacqueline Kirby Wilkins, Ellen Taner, Dawn Cassidy and Robyn Cenizal

 

In keeping with the conversation on getting paid for family science work, here is an article posted on the NCFR website that discusses the financial impact of hiring a family scientist. Turns out families save $9.60 for every dollar spent on prevention dollars spent.

 

https://www.ncfr.org/sites/default/files/ncfr_white_paper_family_life_education.pdf

Getting Paid for Coaching: Reimbursement for Parenting Education Services to Promote Family Health and Wellbeing

By Stephanie Jones, Kim Allen, and Jenna Barnes

Funding our Family Life Coaching work is a key priority for FLCA. Here is a white paper that provides research and information on reimbursement for supporting parents.

http://npen.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Reimbursement-for-PE-paper_final.pdf

Learning Theories within Coaching Process

 

 

By Pendar Fazel

 

http://www.flcassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/Learning-Theories-within-Coaching-Process.pdf

The Use of Coaching Strategies Within the Field of Social Work

 

 

by: Megan Burroughs, Kimberly Allen & Nichole Huff

 

http://www.flcassociation.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/The-use-of-coaching-strategies-within-the-field-of-social-work-1.pdf

Does Parent Coaching Work?

These findings are derived from pre- and post-coaching questionnaires completed by clients at Anu Family Services/Center for the Challenging Child. Participants include child welfare-related and private pay clients. Visit www.anufs.org and www.parentingmojo.com for more information.

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Non-Discrimination Policy

The Family Life Coaching Association operates from a research-based, strengths-based, and bioecological family science perspective, actively working to be inclusive of all families, regardless of how family is defined. FLCA embraces all who are seeking to improve family life and does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, ethnic origin, race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, age, ability or disability, religious or spiritual beliefs, marital status or citizenship.