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|Navigating December Holidays During COVID - 19 |
|Navigating Family-Friendly Workplace Policies: Multiple-Case Study of Fathers in Dual-Career Families |
|Navigating the Emotional Side of Retirement |
|The Need For a School of Social Work in the Baltimore Area |
|The Need for EAPs: The Workplace Burden of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Problems |
|Neighborhood and Cumulative Ecological Risk: Predicting Physical Abuse and Neglect in an Urban Longitudinal Studies of Child Abuse and Neglect (LONGSCAN) Sample |
|Neighborhood conditions, father involvement, parenting competence, and behavior problems in a sample of children at risk for neglect: A structural equation model |
|The neighborhood correlates of child maltreatment: Montgomery County, Maryland |
|Neighborhood Disorder and Mental Health Outcomes Among a Sample of Baltimore City Residents: The Influence of Urban Parks, Social Cohesion, and Social Control |
|Neurobiology for the EA Professional: The Science & Art of Therapeutic Change |
|New Occupations and the Division of Labor in Workplace Alcoholism Programs |
|The New Psychology of Pandemics: COVID-19 and Beyond |
|A New Research-Driven Approach to Workplace Behavioral Health Services: Does This Present an Opportunity or a Challenge for EAPs? |
|The New Wave: Evidence-Based Practice and Medication-Assisted Treatment of Addictions |
|Next Generation EAP: A Modern Program for a Modern Workforce |
|NIEAPA 30th Anniversary Conference |
|No Longer Alone: Ending the Stigma of Mental Health Issues |
|Nonresidential father-child involvement: Fathers' and mothers' perspectives in acrimonious divorce relationships |
|North American Congress on Employee Assistance Programs |
|Northern Illinois Employee Assistance Professionals Association 30th Anniversary (PEARL) Conference 2008 |
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