Cognitive Distortions: An Examination of Parental Cognitive Factors

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COGNITIVE DISTORTIONS: AN EXAMINATION OF PARENTAL COGNITIVE FACTORS TO ASSESS THE EFFECTS OF PARENTING CLASSES ON FAMILY VISITATIONS WITH YOUTH IN FOSTER CARE
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A Thesis
Presented 
To the Faculty of 
California State University Dominguez Hills
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In Partial Fulfillment 
Of the Requirements for the Degree
Master of Arts
In  
Social Work
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By
Sharinna Johnson
Spring 2010
Copyright by 
SHARINNA JOHNSON
May 2010
All Rights Reserved
THESIS:            COGNITIVE  DISTORTIONS: AN EXAMINATION OF PARENTAL 
COGNITIVE FACTORS TO ASSESS THE EFFECTS OF PARENTING CLASSES ON FAMILY VISITATIONS WITH YOUTH IN FOSTER CARE
AUTHOR:Sharinna Johnson
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