Our Newest Episode
Multidisciplinary Teams: What’s the Secret Sauce?, with Dr. James Herbert
Research has established that multidisciplinary teams create better outcomes in child abuse cases, but what is that secret sauce that makes it work?
Sexual Behavior in Youth: What’s Normal? What’s Not? And What Can We Do About It?, with Jane Silovsky
What’s normal sexual behavior in youth, and how do we identify, treat, and prevent problematic behaviors?
What’s Culture Got to Do With It? Everything, with Dr. Maegan Rides At The Door
For Native American and Alaska Native children and families, how do we craft culturally responsive child welfare and child protection services?
Trauma and Resiliency in Military Families, with Dr. Stephen Cozza
We speak with Dr. Stephen Cozza, a researcher and a professor at the Uniformed Services University, about the unique strengths and challenges of military families.
Taking Stock: The Plan to End Child Abuse Deaths, Five Years On, with Amy Harfeld, Caitlin Andrews, and Lia Russell
Five years ago, a federal commission came up with 114 recommendations to reduce child abuse fatalities, and now we’re taking stock to see what’s changed—or hasn’t changed—since then.
Are We Solving the Wrong Problem in Child Welfare? with Dr. Jerry Milner
Reimagining the child welfare system of the future.
The Trauma They Carried, with Dr. Jordan Greenbaum
How do we identify kids at risk of child sex trafficking, and how do we address the trauma and pain victims of trafficking have survived and carry with them?
Shola Richards on the Heart of a Healthy Workplace
Shola Richards joins us for a conversation about how leaders and staff all have a role to play in creating a healthy, resilient workplace.
The ACEs Message and Its Unintended Consequences, with Dr. Jonathan Purtle
Jonathan Purtle from Drexel University explores the best, and worst, ways to talk to the public about the long-term impacts of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) such as child abuse.