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The documents listed below are about Mothercraft research or involve Mothercraft staff input.

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Download PDFThe Mother-Child Study: Evaluating Treatments for Substance-Using Women, A Focus on Relationships

Pepler, D. et.al. (2014). The Mother-Child Study: Evaluating Treatments for Substance-Using Women, A Focus on Relationships. Toronto: Mothercraft Press.

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Download PDFThe Mother-Child Study: Evaluating Treatments for Substance-Using Women... (Factsheets)

Fact Sheets for the Mother-Child Study: Evaluating Treatments for Substance-Using Women, A Focus on Relationships. Toronto: Mothercraft Press.

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Download PDFThe Role of the Mother-Child Relationship in Developmental Outcomes of Infants and Young Children...

Motz, M. et.al. (2011). The Role of the Mother-Child Relationship in Developmental Outcomes of Infants and Young Children With and Without Prenatal Alcohol Exposure. Canadian Society of Pharmacology and Therapeutics.

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Download PDFThe Breaking the Cycle Compendium Vol. 1: The Roots of Relationship (Rev. ed.)

Leslie, M. (Ed.) (2011). Toronto: The Mothercraft Press.

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Download PDFSynthèse du programme Breaking the Cycle, vol. 1: Les origines des relations

Leslie, M. (Ed) (2007). Toronto: The Mothercraft Press.

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Download Powerpoint DocumentKnowledge Mobilization: Using the Early Development Instrument to Empower Communities

Desai, N. and Varghese, J. (2011). Poster presented at the Infant Mental Health Promotion Conference in Toronto, April 15 and 16, 2011.

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Download PDFUnderstanding What Matters to Parents: Summary Report

Varghese, J., McDonald, M., Mong, A. and Hong, L. (2010). Understanding What Matters to Parents in Promoting their Children's Healthy Development: Summary Report. The Mothercraft Press.

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Download PDFUnderstanding What Matters to Parents: Full Report

Varghese, J., McDonald, M., Mong, A. and Hong, L. (2010). Understanding What Matters to Parents in Promoting their Children's Healthy Development. The Mothercraft Press.

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Download Powerpoint DocumentAdvancing the Application of EDI Data: Community Centered Workshops in Toronto

Desai, N., Saadati, Z., Mong, A. and Lamanna, D. (2009). Poster presented at the National EDI Conference in Winnipeg, November 16 to 18, 2009.

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Download PDFEvaluation of the Indigenous Early Childhood Development Training Program

Desai, N., Saadati, Z., Belcher, J., Mong, A., Chan, J., Alisch, M. and Hermiston, L. (2009). The Mothercraft Press.

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Download PDF from another websiteEstimating the Neurocognitive Effects of an Early Intervention Program for Children with Prenatal...

Yazdaneh, P., Motz, M. and Koren, G. (2009). Estimating the neurocognitive effects of an early intervention program for children with prenatal alcohol exposure. Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Vol. 16 (3) Fall 2009: e453-e459.

 
Click to read additional informationThe SMART Guide

Reynolds, W. and Leslie, M. (2009). The SMART Guide: Motivational Approaches Within the Stages of Change for Pregnant Women Who Use Alcohol: A Training Manual for Service Providers. A Co-production of AWARE and Mothercraft, Breaking the Cycle.

 
Click to read additional informationGuide SMART

Reynolds, W. et Leslie, M. (2009). Guide SMART: Approches motivationelles pour accompagner les femmes enceintes qui consomment de l’alcool pendant les etapes du changement. Guide de formation des intervenantes. Une co-production de AWARE et Mothercraft.

 
Click to visit websiteBreaking the Cycle Pregnancy Outreach Program: Reaching out to improve the health and well-being...

Racine, N., Motz, M., Leslie, M. and Pepler, D. (2009). Breaking the Cycle Pregnancy Outreach Program: Reaching out to improve the health and well-being of pregnant substance involved mothers. Journal of the Ass. for Research on Mothering, 11 (1): 279-290

 
Download PDFExpanding Service Delivery: The Study for the Jane-Finch OEYC

Mikadze, V. and Chan, J. (2008). The Mothercraft Press.

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Download PDFDiversity Training in Children and Youth Mental Health Settings

Chan, J. (2008). The Mothercraft Press.

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Download PDFImplications of Full Day Early Learning: Moving Forward

Toronto: Quality Early Childhood Network. (November 2008).

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Download PDF from another websitePerspectives of Mothers with Substance Use Problems on Father Involvement

Gearing, R. E., Selkirk, E. K., Koren, G., Leslie, M., Motz, M., Zelazo, L. B., McNeill, T. and Lozier, F. A. (2008). Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Vol. 15 (1) Winter 2008: e99-e107.

 
Download PDFA Neighbourhood Divided: Humewood-Cedarvale

Mothercraft. (2007). The Mothercraft Press.

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Click to visit websiteBreaking the Cycle: Using a Relational Approach to Address the Impact of Maternal Substance...

Motz, M., Leslie, M., and DeMarchi, G. (2007). Zero to Three, Journal of the National Centre for Infants, Toddlers and Families. Vol. 27 (4): pp 19-25.

 
Click to read additional informationBreaking the Cycle: An Essay in Three Voices

Leslie, M., DeMarchi, G., Motz, M. (2007) in Boyd, S.C. and Marcellus, L. (Eds). With Child - Substance Use During Pregnancy: A Woman-Centred Approach. Peterborough: Fernwood Publishing. pp. 91-104.

 
Click to read additional informationDifferent Directions, Videos/DVDs

Mothercraft/Breaking the Cycle and Ontario's North for the Children (2007).

 
Click to visit websiteEngaging Pregnant Women and Mothers in Services: A Relational Approach

Leslie, M. (2007) in Poole, N. and Greaves, L. (eds). Highs and Lows: Canadian Perspectives on Women and Substance Use. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

 
Download PDF from another websiteBreaking the Cycle: Measures of Progress 1995-2005

Motz, M., Leslie, M., Pepler, D. J., Moore, T. E. and Freeman, P. (2006). Special Supplement, Journal of FAS International, Vol. 4: e22. Toronto: Hospital for Sick Children.

 
Download PDF from another websiteMoving Systems to Improve Women's Health and Prevent FASD: A Policy Forum

Sarkar, M., Santiago, S., Leslie, M., Burgoyne, W. (2006). Summary of Proceedings and Recommendations. Journal of FAS International, Vol. 4: e10. Toronto: Hospital for Sick Children.

 
Click to read additional informationDevelopmental Issues: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder; Facing the Challenges: Healthy Child...

Leslie, M. (2006) Interdisciplinary MAINPRO CME for Family Physicians and other Primary Healthcare Providers. Toronto: OCFP.

 
Click to visit websiteNurturing Change Toward an Integrated Maternal-Child Perspective on FASD

Leslie, M. (2005). The Native Journal, November 2005.

 
Click to visit websiteThe Canada Prenatal Nutrition Programme and Breaking the Cycle: A Nation's Response to Programming..

Leslie, M. and Watson, J. (2005). in Scott, J. & Ward, H (eds) Safeguarding and Promoting the Well Being of Children, Families and their Communities, Chapter 11. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

 
Download PDFNurturing Change

Leslie, M. and Roberts, G. (2004). Nuturing Change: Working Effectively with High Risk Women and Affected Children to Prevent and Reduce Harms Associated with FASD. Ottawa: Health Canada.

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Download PDFEncourager le Changement

Leslie, M. and Roberts, G. (2004). Encourager le Changement: Intervenir Efficacement Aupres des Femmes a Risque Eleve et des Enfants Touches Afin de Prevenir et de Reduir les Effets Nocifs de l’ETCAF. Ottawa: Health Canada.

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Download PDFEngaging Pregnant Women Using Substances: A Review of the BTC Pregnancy Outreach Program

Leslie, M. and DeMarchi, G. (2004). IMPrint: Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project (IMP). Vol. 39, Spring, 2004.

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Click to visit websiteParenting and Substance Use: The Significance of Relationships.

Leslie, M. (2004). IMPrint: Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project (IMP). Vol. 39, Spring, 2004.

 
Click to visit websiteRisk Factors & the Substance-Exposed Child: Understanding the Context

Motz, M. and Pepler, D. J. (2004). IMPrint: Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project (IMP), Vol. 39, Spring, 2004.

 
Click to visit websiteSusan's Story

Butler, T. and Leslie, M. (2004). IMPrint: Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project (IMP), Vol. 39, Spring, 2004: pp. 3-5.

 
Download PDF from another websiteBreaking the Cycle: A Unique Model for FASD Research

Avner, M. and Koren, G. (2004). Journal of FAS International, Vol. 2: e3. Toronto: Hospital for Sick Children.

 
Download PDF from another websiteBreaking the Cycle: Reflections on the First Nine Years

Koren, G. (2004). Journal of FAS International, Vol. 2: e2. Toronto: Hospital for Sick Children.

 
Click to visit websiteViewpoint on IMP

Leslie, M. (2002). IMPrint: Newsletter of the Infant Mental Health Promotion Project (IMP), Vol. 33, Spring 2002.

 
Click to visit websiteSubstance-Involved Mothers and Their Substance-Exposed Infants: Implications for Attachment

Leslie, M. (2002). IMPrint: Special Issue on Attachment - Contributions to Infant Mental Health.

 
Download PDFBreaking the Cycle: The Evaluation Report (1995-2000)

Pepler, D. J., Moore, T. E., Motz, M. and Leslie, M. (2002). Toronto: Breaking the Cycle.

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Download PDF from another websiteEnhancing Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)-related Interventions

Leslie, M. and Roberts, G. (2001). Enhancing Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)-related Interventions at the Prenatal and Early Childhood Stages in Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse.