Evidence‐informed program improvement: using principles of effectiveness to enhance the quality and impact of family‐based prevention programs

Small, S. A., Cooney, S. M., & O’connor, C. (2009). Evidence‐informed program improvement: using principles of effectiveness to enhance the quality and impact of family‐based prevention programs. Family Relations58(1), 1-13.

In a previous blog, we discussed different methods of coping. Some methods are not very effective (such as emotion- or avoidance-oriented coping methods). Some are more effective, and we call these task-oriented methods.

Task-oriented coping activities aim to solve a problem. If you can’t solve it, these aim to change the way that you think about it.

July 10, 2020