Research Studies on the Family Development Credential Program
Compiled by Claire Forest PhD
July 30, 2018
FDC: What the Research Shows:
- Stress and self-care among frontline family development workers in strength-based training programs.
- Family Development Credential Training Impact on Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Human Service Workers.
- The effects of a strengths-based family development training on family workers' approach to diverse families.
- The effects of Family Development Credential training on workplace culture and client experience
- The Family Development Credential Program: A Synthesis of Outcome Research on an Empowerment Based Human Service Training Program
- Mothers Overcoming Barriers of Poverty: The Significance of a Relationship with a Credentialed Coach
- Changes in Frontline Family Workers: Results From The Missouri Family Development Credential Program Evaluation
- The Perceived Impact of Strengths-based Family Worker Training: Workers' Learning that Helped Empower Families.
- How do Families Coached by FDC Workers Set and Reach Goals?
- Mid-South Regional Family Development Credential Program Evaluation
- A Preliminary Evaluation of the Missouri Family Development Training and Credentialing Program (MOFDC)
- Preparing Human Service Workers to Implement Welfare Reform: Establishing the Family Development Credential in a Human
- The Impact of a Training Intervention among Social Service Workers in Selected Head Start Programs in New York City:
Implications for Staff Development and Program Practice
- Building a Theory of Change and a Logic Model for an Empowerment-based Family Support Training and Credentialing Program