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Cultural Considerations Working With Middle Eastern and North African Families, with Marina Bassili, PsyD
What cultural factors may affect Middle Eastern and North African families when they come into contact with the U.S. child welfare system?
Glimpsing the Iceberg: Corporal Punishment and Physical Abuse, with Amy Slep, Ph.D.
To truly address child physical abuse, we have to understand the scope of the problem and how parents’ use of corporal punishment can escalate to the point in which children
Tailoring TF-CBT to Black Children and Youth, with Isha Metzger, Ph.D.
What do you do if, as a clinician and researcher, you see that a population of kids is not, perhaps, receiving the full benefit of the best treatment? If you’re
TF-CBT: Helping Kids Get Better, with Anthony Mannarino
TF-CBT, an effective treatment for kids who have experienced trauma, has continued to evolve to meet the needs of different populations. So what’s next?
Best of the Best: The Real Red Flags of Grooming, with Elizabeth Jeglic, Ph.D.
Recent research on grooming behaviors can tell us what high-risk behaviors to look for when an adult interacts with children.
Best of the Best: Let’s Talk About Spanking, with Stacie LeBlanc
Research shows that spanking is ineffective—and even harmful to kids—yet many child abuse professionals and medical providers still hesitate to raise the issue with parents.
How Inequality Fuels Child Abuse, with Paul Bywaters, Ph.D.
What is the relationship between poverty and child abuse and neglect, and what needs to change for us to truly stand alongside families and be genuinely helpful?
Are We Remembering the Boys?, with Mark Kavenagh, Ph.D.
What do we know about how boys experience sexual exploitation, and how do we ensure that every victim of every gender gets the help that they need to heal?
Fighting Back: What Jurors Don’t Know About Abuse, with Jonathan Golding, Ph.D.
What do potential jurors believe about children and resisting sexual abuse, and how does that influence the outcome at trial?
Why Do Kids Blame Themselves After Abuse?, with Dr. Ernest Jouriles
How do we help children who have been sexually abused believe that abuse is never, ever their fault?