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Dillon, Lucy (2017) Young people’s views of substance use and parenting. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 60, Winter 2017 , p. 13.

Comiskey, Catherine and Milnes, Jennie and Daly, Maeve (2017) Parents who use drugs: the well-being of parent and child dyads among people receiving harm reduction interventions for opiate use. Journal of Substance Use , 22 , (2) , pp. 206-210.

Grehan, Martin (2016) Factors influencing reunification between NDTC service users and their children in care. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 59, Autumn 2016 , pp. 14-15.

Comiskey, Catherine M and Hyland, John and Hyland, Pauline (2016) Parenthood, child care, and heroin use: outcomes after three years. Substance Use & Misuse , 51 , (12) , pp. 1600-1609.

McCann, Mark and Perra, Oliver and McLaughlin, Aisling and McCartan, Claire and Higgins, Kathryn (2016) Assessing elements of a family approach to reduce adolescent drinking frequency: parent-adolescent relationship, knowledge management, and keeping secrets. Addiction , 111 , (5) , pp. 843-853.

MacDonald, Kai and Thomas, Michael L and Sciolla, Andres F and Schneider, Beacher and Pappas, Katherine and Bleijenberg, Gijs and Bohus, Martin and Bekh, Bradley and Carpenter, Linda and Carr, Alan and Dannlowski, Udo and Dorahy, Martin and Fahlke, Claudia and Finzi-Dottan, Ricky and Karu, Tobi and Gerdner, Arne and Glaesmer, Heide and Grabe, Hans Jörgen and Heins, Marianne and Kenny, Dianna T and Kim, Daeho and Knoop, Hans and Lobbestael, Jill and Lochner, Christine and Lauritzen, Grethe and Ravndal, Edle and Riggs, Shelley and Sar, Vedat and Schäfer, Ingo and Schlosser, Nicole and Schwandt, Melanie L and Stein, Murray B and Subic-Wrana, Claudia and Vogel, Mark and Wingenfeld, Katja (2016) Minimization of childhood maltreatment is common and consequential: results from a large, multinational sample using the childhood trauma questionnaire. PloS one , 11 , (1) , e0146058.

McLaughlin, Aisling and Campbell, Anne and McColgan, Mary (2016) Adolescent substance use in the context of the family: a qualitative study of young people's views on parent-child attachments, parenting style and parental substance use. Substance Use & Misuse , 51 , (14) , pp. 1846-1855.

McGivern, Aidan and McDonnell, Chloe (2015) Vulnerable families and drug use: examining care admissions of children of parents attending an Irish drug treatment facility. The Irish Social Worker , Spring , pp. 17-23.

Keeley, Helen S and Mongwa, T and Corcoran, P (2015) The association between parental and adolescent substance misuse: findings from the Irish CASE study. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 32 , (Special issue 01 youth mental health) , pp. 107-116.

Sinnott, Carol and McHugh, Sheena and Fitzgerald, Anthony P and Bradley, Colin and Kearney, Patricia M (2015) Psychosocial complexity in multimorbidity: the legacy of adverse childhood experiences. Family Practice , 32 , (3) , pp. 269-275.

O'Leary, Megan and Butler, Shane (2015) Caring for grandchildren in kinship care: what difficulties face Irish grandparents with drug-dependent children? Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions , 15 , (4) , pp. 352-372.

Pike, Brigid (2013) How are the children? Drugnet Ireland , Issue 46, Summer 2013 , pp. 8-10.

Lyons, Suzi (2012) Parental responsibilities and drug treatment outcomes. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 43, Autumn 2012 , p. 13.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Bingham, Tim (2012) Mothers' experiences of their children's detoxification in the home: results from a pilot study. Community Practitioner , 85 , (7) , pp. 30-33.

Mongan, Deirdre (2012) Children’s exposure to risks from parental drinking. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 40, Winter 2011 , p. 26.

Stoolmiller, Mike and Wills, Thomas A and McClure, Auden C and Tanski, Susanne E and Worth, Keilah A and Gerrard, Meg and Sargent, James D (2012) Comparing media and family predictors of alcohol use: a cohort study of US adolescents. BMJ Open , 2 , (1: e000543) .

Halpenny, Ann Marie (2012) Parenting and family Support for families 'at risk' - implications from child abuse reports. Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies , 12 , (1) , pp. 88-98.

Lyons, Suzi (2011) A family affair? Seminar on parental substance misuse. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 40, Winter 2011 , p. 27.

Pike, Brigid (2011) Growing up in Ireland: infants and their families. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 36, Winter 2010 , pp. 7-8.

Pike, Brigid (2011) Drug prevention in the family. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 38, Summer 2011 , pp. 6-7.

Pike, Brigid (2010) Children talk about living with problem drug and alcohol use. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 34, Summer 2010 , pp. 1-2.

Ambreen Taj, Anita and Keenan, Eamon and Casey, Patricia (2008) Childhood adversity and substance misuse. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 25 , (1) , pp. 29-30.

Cousins, Wendy and Milner, Sharon (2006) Drug abuse and parenting: The impact on young children in the social care system in Northern Ireland. Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies , 7 , (1) , pp. 85-108.

Clarke, Brid (1994) Drug using parents - the child care issues. Irish Social Worker , 12 , (2) , p. 9.

Kearney, Patricia (1994) Drug using parents and their children. Irish Social Worker , 12 , (2) , pp. 6-8.

Ryan, Anthony and Magee, Teresa and Stafford-Johnson, S and Griffin, E and Kelly, Michael G (1983) The emergence of maternal drug addiction as a problem in Ireland 1981. Irish Medical Journal , 76 , (2) , pp. 86-89.

News

[Irish Times] , Sharry, John How to stop a child ‘falling in with the wrong crowd’. (19 Nov 2017)

[Irish Times] , Sharry, John Responsibility Vs freedom: Teens who drink at home are more likely to binge. (06 Nov 2017)

[Irish Examiner] Parents’ key role in children’s drinking. (29 Aug 2016)

[Independent.ie] The voice of a child living with parental alcoholism: 'I couldn't sleep last night with their fighting and roaring'. (04 Apr 2014)

[thejournal.ie] Impact of harmful drinking on Irish children ‘a national scandal’. (18 Mar 2013)

[Irish Medical Times] , Connors, Aoife Parental misuse can persist in offspring. (25 Oct 2011)

[Department of Health] Róisín Shortall, T.D, Minister of State at the Department of Health addresses the launch of the National Advisory Committee on Drugs Seminar. “A Family Affair?”. (18 Oct 2011)

Report

Shannon, Geoffrey (2017) Audit of the exercise by An Garda Síochána of the provisions of Section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991. Dublin: An Garda Siochana.

Behaviour & Attitudes. (2015) Parents, children and alcohol: are they having the conversation? Dublin: Drinkaware.

Barnardos. (2014) Patients. parents. people. Towards integrated supports and services for families experiencing mental health difficulties. Dublin: Barnardos.

The Angelus Foundation, Adfam, Club Drugs Clinic, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. (2013) Talking to your children about legal highs and club drugs: A parent's handbook. London: The Angelus Foundation; Adfam; Club Drugs Clinic, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

Mayock, Paula and Corr, Mary Louise (2013) Young people's homeless and housing pathways: key findings from a 6-year qualitative longitudinal study. Dublin: Government Publications.

Kinlen, Louise (2013) Western Region Drugs Task Force multi-agency parents initiative: programme evaluation. Galway: Western Region Drugs Task Force.

Cullen, Barry (2012) Happy parent initiative: (HP1) a review report. Dublin: Blue Drum and the Family Support Agency.

Birdwell, Jonathan and Vandore, Emma and Hahn, Bryanna (2012) Feeling the effects. London: DEMOS.

Economic and Social Research Institute, Trinity College Dublin. (2012) Growing up in Ireland. Key findings: 13-year-olds. No. 4. The lives of 13-year-olds: their relationships, feelings and behaviours. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Coen, Liam and Canavan, John and Brennan, Mark (2012) Mol an Óige/Family Preservation: final evaluation report. Galway: UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre, NUI, Galway; HSE West (Mayo and Roscommon) Child and Family Services.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. (2012) Pregnancy, childcare and the family: key issues for Europe’s response to drugs. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Adfam, Against Violence and Abuse. (2012) Between a rock and a hard place. How parents deal with children who use substances and perpetrate abuse. Project report. London: Adfam and Against Violence and Abuse.

Health Service Executive. (2012) Review of adequacy for HSE children and families services 2010. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Nixon, Elizabeth (2012) Growing up in Ireland National Longitudinal Study of Children. How families matter for social and emotional outcomes of 9-year-old children. Dublin: Government Publications.

Martyn, Michelle (2012) "Picking up the pieces": The rights and needs of children and families affected by imprisonment. Dublin: Irish Penal Reform Trust.

Fahey, Tony and Keilthy, Patricia and Polek, Ela (2012) Family relationships and family well-being. A study of the families of nine year-olds in Ireland. Dublin: University College Dublin and the Family Support Agency.

National Advisory Committee on Drugs, Alcohol Action Ireland, HSE Social Inclusion Department. (2011) A family affair? Supporting children living with parental substance misuse. A report of a national conference held in November 2011. Dublin: National Advisory Committee on Drugs.

Growing Up in Ireland. (2011) Growing up in Ireland. Key findings: infant cohort (at 3 years). Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

Taplin, Stephanie and Mattick, Richard P (2011) Child protection and mothers in substance abuse treatment. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

Health Service Executive. (2011) Child protection and welfare practice handbook. Kildare: Health Service Executive.

Harris, Elaine and Doyle, Erika and Greene, Sheila (2011) Growing up in Ireland - The findings of the qualitative study with the 9-year-olds and their parents. Dublin: Department of Children and Youth Affairs.

National Advisory Committee on Drugs. Horgan, Justine (2011) Parental substance misuse: addressing its impact on children: a review of the literature. Dublin: Stationery Office.

National Advisory Committee on Drugs. Horgan, Justine (2011) Parental substance misuse: addressing its impact on children: Key messages and recommendations from a review of the literature. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Hope, Ann (2011) Hidden realities: children's exposure to risks from parental drinking in Ireland. Letterkenny: North West Alcohol Forum.

Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. Halpenny, Ann Marie and Nixon, Elizabeth and Watson, Dorothy (2010) Parents’ perspectives on parenting styles and disciplining children. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. Nixon, Elizabeth and Halpenny, Ann Marie (2010) Children’s perspectives on parenting styles and discipline: a developmental approach. Dublin: Stationery Office.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction. Olszewski, Deborah and Burkhart, Gregor and Bo, Alessandra (2010) Thematic paper. Children's voices. Experiences and perceptions of European children on drug and alcohol issues. Luxembourg:: The Publications Office of the European Union.

NSPCC. (2010) Children talking to ChildLine about parental alcohol and drug misuse. London: NSPCC.

Alcohol Action Ireland. (2010) Keeping it in the family survey 2009. Parental drinking among 18-40 year olds: prevalence and impact. Dublin: Alcohol Action Ireland.

Valentine, Gill and Jayne, Mark and Gould, Myles and Keenan, Julia (2010) Alcohol consumption and family life. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Eadie, Douglas and MacAskill, Susan and Brooks, Oona and Heim, Derek and Forsyth, Alasdair and Punch, Sam (2010) Pre-teens learning about alcohol: drinking and family contexts. London: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. Williams, James and Greene, Sheila and McNally, Sinead and Murray, Aisling and Quail, Amanda (2010) Growing up in Ireland: National longitudinal study of children. The infants and their families. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. (2010) If they're getting loaded, why can't I? Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.

Webb, Anne Marie and Nellis, Brendan (2010) Hidden harm: addictions in the family. Belfast: Barnardo's Northern Ireland.

Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs. Halpenny, Ann Marie and Nixon, Elizabeth and Watson, Dorothy (2009) Parenting styles and discipline: parents’ perspectives. Summary report. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Public Health Agency, Health and Social Care Board. (2009) Hidden harm action plan. Responding to the needs of children born to and living with parental alcohol and drug misuse in Northern Ireland. Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

O'Mahony, John, ed. (2008) Let's talk drugs: How to talk to your children about drugs. Cork: Irish Examiner.

Velleman, Richard and Reuber, Danielle (2007) Domestic violence and abuse experienced by children and young people living in families with alcohol problems. Results from a cross-European study. Bath/Cologne: Encare; Daphne.

Kilkelly, Ursula (2007) Barriers to the realisation of children’s rights in Ireland. Cork: Ombudsman for Children’s Office.

McKeown, Kieran (2006) The impact of drugs on family well-being. Dublin: Ballyfermot STAR.

Turning Point. (2006) Bottling it up: the effects of alcohol misuse on children, parents and families. London: Turning Point.

Health Service Executive. (2006) Straight talk: a guide for parents on teenage drinking. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Health Promotion Unit, Department of Health and Children, Department of Education and Science. (2005) A parent's guide to drugs. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Citywide. (2004) Citywide Family Support Network resource pack: a handbook for families dealing with drug use. Dublin: Citywide.

Tallaght West Childhood Development Initiative, Dartington Social Research Unit. (2004) How are our kids? Children and families in Tallaght West, Co. Dublin. Dublin: Childhood Development Initiative.

Tallaght West Childhood Development Initiative, Dartington Social Research Unit. (2004) How are our kids? Executive summary. Dublin: Childhood Development Initiative.

Tunnard, Jo (2002) Parental problem drinking and its impact on children. Dartington: Research in Practice.

McKeown, Kieran (2001) Fathers and families: research and reflection on key questions. Dublin: Department of Health and Children.

Hogan, Diane and Higgins, Louise (2001) When parents use drugs: key findings from a study of children in the care of drug-using parents. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Halpenny, Ann Marie and Greene, Sheila and Hogan, Diane and Smith, Mary and McGee, Hannah (2001) Children of homeless mothers: the daily life experiences and well-being of children in homeless families. Dublin: Children's Research Centre.

Hickey, Conor and Hickey, Kate (2001) Dublin 17 Early School Leaver Initiative progress report 1998-2001. Dublin: Northside Partnership.

Cleaver, H and Unell, I and Aldgate, J (1999) Children's needs - parenting capacity : the impact of parental mental illness, problem alcohol and drug use, and domestic violence on children's development. London: Stationery Office.

Ireland. Department of Education. (1997) Parents, children and drug use. Dublin: Department of Education.

Ireland. Health Education Bureau. Open your mind to the facts. Dublin: Health Education Bureau.

Evidence resource

National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. [NICE] (2018) Reducing substance misuse among vulnerable children and young people overview. London: NICE. NICE pathways

Adfam. (2017) When parents take drugs. London: Adfam. 23 p.

Downey, Marion [NDARC] . (2017) Giving children alcohol doubles their chances of still drinking a year later, a UNSW study of teens and parents finds. Sydney: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.

Mentor. (2017) Kinship care: children cared for by family and friends. Edinburgh: Mentor. 140 p.

Addaction, Youngminds. Aynsley, Agnes and Bradley, Rick and Buchanan, Linssay and Burrows, Naomi and Bush, Marc . (2017) Childhood adversity, substance misuse and young people’s mental health. London: Addaction. 16 p.

Barlow, Jane and Bergman, Hanna and Horkor, Hege and Wei, Yinghui and Bennett, Cathy [The Cochrane Library] . (2016) Group-based parent training programmes for improving emotional and behavioural adjustment in young children. London: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (8) DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD003680.pub3

Mentor International. [Mentor Foundation] (2015) Drug prevention for parents. London: Mentor. 11 p.

Manning, Joanna and Horst, Caroline . (2015) Help me understand. London: The Children's Society.

Laslett, Anne-Marie and Mugavin, Janette and Jiang, Heng and Manton, Elizabeth and Callinan, Sarah and MacLean, Sarah and Room, Robin [Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education] . (2015) The hidden harm: alcohol’s impact on children and families. Canberra: Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education. 128 p.

Adfam. (2013) Identifying and supporting children affected by parental substance use. Resource for schools. London: Adfam. 11 p.

Adfam. [Mentor ADEPSIS] (2013) Identifying and supporting children affected by parental substance misuse – Resource for schools. London: Mentor ADEPSIS. 11 p.

Higgins, Kathryn and McCann, Mark and McLaughlin, Aisling and McCartan, Claire and Perra, Oliver [Alcohol Research UK] . (2013) Investigating parental monitoring, school and family influences on adolescent alcohol use. London: Alcohol Research UK. 92 p.

British Association of Social Workers. [Alcohol Policy UK] (2012) Children, families & alcohol use. Essential information for social workers. Birmingham: British Association of Social Workers. 16 p. A BASW pocket guide

British Association of Social Workers. [Alcohol Policy UK] (2012) Young people & alcohol. Essential information for social workers. Birmingham: British Association of Social Workers. 15 p. A BASW pocket guide

Adamson, Jon and Templeton, Lorna . (2012) Silent voices. Supporting children and young people affected by parental alcohol misuse. London: The Office of the Children’s Commissioner. 114 p.

Barlow, Jane and Smailagic, Nadja and Huband, Nick and Roloff, Verena and Bennett, Cathy [Campbell Systematic Reviews] . (2012) Group-based parent training programmes for improving parental psychosocial health. Coventry: The Campbell Collaboration. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 8 (15) 197 p. DOI:10.4073/csr.2012.15

The Drug Education Forum. [Drug Education Forum] (2012) Engaging parents in drug education in schools and in the community. London: The Drug Education Forum. 8 p. Briefing paper 4

Furlong, Mairead and McGilloway, Sinead and Bywater, T and Hutchings, J and Smith, SM and Donnelly, M [The Cochrane Library] . (2012) Behavioural and cognitive-behavioural group-based parenting programmes for early-onset conduct problems in children aged 3 to 12 years. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2) DOI:10.1002/14651858.CD008225.pub2

(2012) Leading for outcomes children and young people. Glasgow: Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services. 63 p.

Davis, Fabian A. and McDonald, Lynn and Axford, Nick [British Psychological Society] . (2012) Technique is not enough. A framework for ensuring that evidence-based parenting programmes are socially inclusive. Leicester: British Psychological Society. 86 p.

Maschinot, Beth and Cohen, Julie [SAMHSA, US] . (2012) Supporting infants, toddlers, and families impacted by caregiver mental health problems, substance abuse, and trauma. A community action guide. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. 92 p. DHHS Publication No. SMA-12-4726

Diggins, Marie [Social Care Institute for Excellence] . (2011) Think child, think parent, think family: a guide to parental mental health and child welfare. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence. 100 p.

[National Treatment Agency (UK)] (2011) Supporting information for the development of joint local protocols between drug and alcohol partnerships, children and family services. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

Barcham, Claire and Diggins, Maria and Mayes, Kate and McKenna, Daphne [Social Care Institute for Excellence] . (2011) E-learning: Parental mental health and families. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Social Care Institute for Excellence. (2011) eLearning: Parental substance misuse. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services. (2011) Leading for outcomes parental substance misuse. Glasgow: Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services. 54 p.

Northern Ireland. Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. [DHSSP] (2011) A guide to understanding the effects of parental mental health on children and the family. Belfast: Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. 13 p.

Health Canada. (2004) Resilient children of parents affected by a dependency. Ottawa: Health Canada. 40 p.

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Thirty-First Amendment of the Constitution (Children) Bill 2012: second stage:(Resumed) (Continued). (25 Sep 2012)

[Oireachtas] How are our families?: Discussion with Childhood Development Initiative. (05 Jul 2012)

Book

Drug & Alcohol Programme and Teen Counselling. (2011) Don't lose the head: a support booklet for parents/guardians in dealing with issues of drugs & alcohol in the family. Dublin: Crosscare Drug & Alcohol Programme .

The Children's Society. (2011) You are not on your own. A booklet to help children and adults talk about a parent’s drinking. London: The Office of the Children's Commissioner .

Glover, Mary (2010) Drugs, alcohol and parenting. Exchange Supplies .

Headstrong. (2009) Talking to your son or daughter about mental health and wellbeing. Headstrong Factsheets Dublin: Headstrong – The National Centre for Youth Mental Health .

Sawyer, Emma (2009) Building resilience in families under stress: supporting families affected by parental substance misuse and/or mental health problems. A handbook for practitioners. Toolkit series London: National Children's Bureau .

Drug & Alcohol Programme and Teen Counselling. (2008) Don't lose the head: a support booklet for parents/guardians in dealing with issues of drugs & alcohol in the family. Dublin: Crosscare Drug & Alcohol Programme .

Cleaver, Hedy and Nicholson, Don and Tarr, Sukey and Cleaver, Deborah (2007) Child protection, domestic violence and parental substance misuse: family experiences and effective practice. Quality matter in children's services London: Jessica Kingsley .

United Kingdom. Department of Health. (2006) A parent’s guide to drugs and alcohol. London: Department of Health .

Bancroft, Angus and Wilson, Sarah and Cunningham-Burley, Sarah and Backett-Milburn, Katherine and Masters, Hugh (2004) Parental drug and alcohol misuse. Resilience and transition among young people. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation .

Philips, Rena, ed. (2004) Children exposed to parental substance misuse: implications for family placement. London: British Association for Adoption and Fostering .

Kroll, Brynna and Taylor, Andy (2003) Parental substance misuse and child welfare. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Kelly, John and Karem, Brian (2002) Warning signs. A guidebook for parents : how to read the early signals of low self-esteem, addiction, and hidden violence in your kids. Washington, D.C.: LifeLine Press .

Tunnard, Jo (2002) Parental drug misuse : a review of impact and intervention studies. Research in Practice .

Cleary, Anne and Nic Giolla Phádraig, Máire and Quin, Suzanne, eds. (2001) Understanding children. Volume 2: changing experiences and family forms. Dublin: Oak Tree Press .

Fitzgerald, Miriam E and Lester, Barry M and Zuckerman, Barry S, eds. (2000) Children of addiction: research, health and public policy issues. New York: Routledge Falmer .

Book Section

Farrell, Eimear (2001) Women, children and drug use. In: A collection of papers on drugs issues in Ireland. Dublin: Health Research Board , pp. 153-177.

Conference or Workshop Item

Murray, Denis (2014) Challenges for practitioners: working with adolescent’s who engage in substance misuse. In: Child to parent violence: innovations in practice, policy and research, 12th and 13th June, Galway.

Woods, Marguerite (1999) Women, drug use and parenting in Dublin: the views of professional workers in the drug treatment and social work fields. In: Illicit drugs: patterns of use - pattern of response: 10th annual ESSD Conference on Drug Use and Drug Policy in Europe, 20-22 September 1999, Vienna, Austria.

Thesis

McGrath, Jane (2007) Fathering from Prison : an exploration of the experiences and perceptions of a group of men in Mountjoy Prison. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

Scott, Kimberley Louise (2006) An analysis of parental perceptions of, and their involvement in, the Chrysalis Drug Prevention Programme. MSc thesis, University of Ulster.

Wills, John Gerard (2004) Authoritarian parenting and alcohol abuse - a study into the incidence of alcohol abuse and parenting style. Masters thesis, Dublin Business School.

McDonnell, Bernadette (2002) An inter-agency approach to forge closer links between school and parent drug education programmes, through action research. MSc thesis, Trinity College Dublin.

O'Shea, D (2001) Alcoholism: a family problem. Masters thesis, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

Walsh, Patricia (1996) Self-reported delinquency in relation to attachment and parental control: an empirical study. PhD thesis, National University of Ireland, Galway.

Video

(2011) Video feature. Parental substance misuse: addressing its impact on children. drugs.ie.

Teaching Resource

Fischer, JL and Spann, L and Crawford, D (1991) The Spann-Fischer Codependency Scale (SF CDS). Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – co-dependency.

Parental risk factors. Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – parenting.

Perception of parental conflict. Outcomes measurement tool: relationships – parenting.

Other

Police Service of Northern Ireland. (2010) You, your child and alcohol. Police Service of Northern Ireland, Belfast.

FactSheet

Alcohol Action Ireland. (2018) Children impacted by problem drinking. Dublin: Alcohol Action Ireland.

Royal College of Psychiatrists. (2012) Mental health and growing up factsheet. Drugs and alcohol - what parents need to know. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.

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