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Helping Parents Help Children Cope with Cancer in the Family
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Burke, K., Muscara, F., McCarthy, M., Dimovski, A., Hearps, S., Anderson, V., & Walser, R. (2014). Adapting acceptance and commitment therapy for parents of children with life-threatening illness: Pilot study. Families, Systems, & Health, 32(1), 122–127.

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Compas, B. E., Desjardins, L., Vannatta, K., Young-Saleme, T., Rodriguez, E. M., Dunn, M., Bemis, H., Snyder, S., & Gerhardt, C. A. (2014). Children and adolescents coping with cancer: Selfand parent reports of coping and anxiety/depression. Health Psychology, 33(8), 853–861.

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Flahault, C., & Sultan, S. (2010). On being a child of an ill parent: A Rorschach investigation of adaptation to parental cancer compared to other illnesses. Rorschachiana, 31(1), 43–69.

Green McDonald, P., O'Connell, M., & Suls, J. (2015). Cancer control falls squarely within the province of the psychological sciences. American Psychologist, 70(2), 61–74.

Hou, W. K., Law, C. C., Yin, J., & Fu, Y. T. (2010). Resource loss, resource gain, and psychological resilience and dysfunction following cancer diagnosis: A growth mixture modeling approach. Health Psychology, 29(5), 484–495.

Jacobsen, P. B., & Andrykowski, M. A. (2015). Tertiary prevention in cancer care: Understanding and addressing the psychological dimensions of cancer during the active treatment period. American Psychologist, 70(2), 134–145.

Kaplan, L. M., Kaal, K. J., Bradley, L., & Alderfer, M. A. (2013). Cancer-related traumatic stress reactions in siblings of children with cancer. Families, Systems, & Health, 31(2), 205–217.

Kissil, K., Niño, A., Jacobs, S., Davey, M., & Tubbs, C. Y. (2010). “It has been a good growing experience for me”: Growth experiences among African American youth coping with parental cancer. Families, Systems, & Health, 28(3), 274–289.

Oberoi, A. R., Cardona, N. D., Davis, K. A., Pariseau, E. M., Berk, D., Muriel, A. C., & Long, K. A. (2020). Parent decision-making about support for siblings of children with cancer: Sociodemographic influences. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 8(2), 115–125.

Oberoi, A. R., Towry, L., Eilenberg, J. S., Lun, P., Lerro, G., Alderfer, M. A., & Long, K. A. (2019). Improving support to siblings of children with cancer through a community-academic partnership. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 7(4), 371–382.

Pariseau, E. M., Chevalier, L., Muriel, A. C., & Long, K. A. (2019). Parental awareness of sibling adjustment: Perspectives of parents and siblings of children with cancer. Journal of Family Psychology. Advance online publication.

Stoppelbein, L., McRae, E., & Greening, L. (2017). A longitudinal study of hardiness as a buffer for posttraumatic stress symptoms in mothers of children with cancer. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 5(2), 149–160.

Additional References:
A Survival Guide to Parenting Teens: Talking to Your Kids About Sexting, Drinking, Drugs, and Other Things That Freak You Out. Publishers Weekly. 4/21/2014, Vol. 261 Issue 16, p73-73.

Babcock, Elise NeeDell;  "When life Becomes Precious: A Guide for Loved Ones and Friends of Cancer Patients."  Bantam Books.  New York, NY.  1997.

Bennett, Emily; English, Martin William; Rennoldson, Michael; Starza-Smith, Arleta. Predicting parenting stress in caregivers of children with brain tumours. Psycho-Oncology. Mar2013, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p629-636.

Bownan, Kerry; A daughter estranged from her dying father; American Family Physician; Dec 2000; Vol. 62; Issue 11.

Bugge, Kari E.; Helseth, Solvi; Darbyshire, Philip; Parents’ experiences of a Family Support Program when a parent has incurable cancer; Journal of Clinical Nursing, December 2009, Vol 18 Issue 24, p3480

Chittem, Mahati. Understanding coping with cancer: How can qualitative research help? Journal of Cancer Research & Therapeutics. Jan-Mar2014, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p6-10.

Faulkner, Rhonda & Maureen Davey; Children and adolescents of cancer patients: the impact of cancer on the family; American Journal of Family Therapy; Jan/Feb 2002; Vol. 30; Issue1.

Gallant, Wilfred & Michael Holosko; Music intervention in grief work with clients experiencing loss and bereavement; Summer 2001; Vol. 16; Issue 4.

Grabiak, Beth, Bender, Catherine & Kathryn Puskar; The impact of parental cancer on the adolescent: an analysis of the literature; Psycho-Oncology; Feb 2007; Vol. 16; Issue 2.

Granet, Roger, M.D.;  "Surviving Cancer Emotionally:  Learning How to Heal."  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  New York, NY.  2001.

Handsley, Stephen; "But what about us?" the residual effects of sudden death on self-identity and family relationships; Mortality; Mar 2001; Vol. 6; Issue 1.

Harpham, Wendy Schlessel, M.D.;  "When a  Parent Has Cancer: A Guide to Caring for Your Children."  Harper Collins Publisher.  New York, NY.  1997.

Hoder, Randye. Give Parents a Break: Making the Case for Supervised Teen Drinking Time.com. 10/25/2013, p1-1.

How to Spot Drug and Alcohol Use in Teens: Guide for Parents. Brown University Child & Adolescent Behavior Letter. May2013 Supplement, Vol. 29, p1-2.

Kennedy, Vida L.; Lloyd-Williams, Mari; How children cope when a parent has advanced cancer; Psycho-Oncology, August 2009, Vol 18 Issue 8, p886

Kennedy, Vida L.; Lloyd-Williams, Mari; Information and communication when a parent has advanced cancer; Journal of Affective Disorders, April 2009, Vol 114 Issues 1-3, p149

Lachs, Mark & Pamela Boyer; How can I help?; Prevention; Jul 2003; Vol. 55; Issue 7.

Litzelman, Kristin; Barker, Emily; Catrine, Kristine; Puccetti, Diane; Possin, Peggy; Witt, Whitney P. Socioeconomic disparities in the quality of life in children with cancer or brain tumors: the mediating role of family factors. Psycho-Oncology. May2013, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p1081-1088.

National Cancer Institute. Children with Cancer A Guide for Parents. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health. Pg. 8-70.

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National Cancer Institute. (2012). When Your Parent Has Cancer A Guide for Teens. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Peacock, Judith; If your mother has breast cancer; Breast Cancer; 2002.

Rosenberg, Abby R.; Baker, K. Scott; Syrjala, Karen L.; Back, Anthony L.; Wolfe, Joanne. Promoting Resilience among Parents and Caregivers of Children with Cancer. Journal of Palliative Medicine. Jun2013, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p645-652.

Russo, Francine. Is Your Teen a Night Owl? That Could Explain His Poor Grades. Time.com. 11/15/2013, p1-1.

Simms, Susan, Hewitt, Nicki & June Vevers; Sibling support in childhood cancer; Paediatric Nursing; Sep 2002; Vol. 14; Issue 7.

Smith, Julianne. Got Teens? The Doctor Moms' Guide to Sexuality, Social Media and Other Adolescent Realities. Library Journal. 5/15/2014, Vol. 139 Issue 9, p61-61.

Szabo, Liz; @LizSzabo; USA TODAY. 'My Parent Has Cancer' helps kids deal with the unthinkable. USA Today. 04/15/2013

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