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Table Of Contents

List of Contributors
Foreword
Preface

Part I: Initial Contact with the Abused Child
Chapter 1. Identification, Mandated Reporting Requirements, and Referral for Mental Health Evaluation and Treatment
Chapter 2. Psychosocial Assessment in Child Maltreatment
Part II: Evidence- Based Treatments
Chapter 3. Trauma- Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Chapter 4. Parent- Child Interaction Therapy in Child Welfare Settings
Chapter 5. SafeCare: A Prevention and Intervention Program for Child Neglect and Physical Abuse
Chapter 6. Evidence- Based Practices for Working with Physically Abusive Families: Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Chapter 7. Empowering Families: Combined Parent- Child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Families at Risk for Child Physical Abuse
Chapter 8. Early Intervention for Abused Children in the School Setting
Chapter 9. Family Foster Care for Abused and Neglected Children
Chapter 10. Kinship Care
Part III: Special Populations and Special Topics
Chapter 11. The Sanctuary Model: Rebooting the Organizational Operating System in Group Care Settings
Chapter 12. Cultural Considerations for Assessment and Treatment in Child Maltreatment Cases
Chapter 13. Trauma Systems Therapy: An Approach to Creating Trauma- Informed Child Welfare Systems
Chapter 14. The Abused Student Cornered: School Bullying amidst Trauma
Chapter 15. Cognitive Processing Therapy with Adolescents
Chapter 16. Risk Reduction through Family Therapy
Chapter 17. Children and Adolescents with Sexual Behavior Problems
Part IV: Short- and Long- Term Medical Treatment
Chapter 18. Medical Management of Sexual Abuse: A Therapeutic Approach
Chapter 19. Treatment of Physical Child Abuse
Chapter 20. Intervening with Families When Children Are Neglected
Chapter 21. Failure to Thrive and Maltreatment
Part V: Education, Training, Dissemination, and Implementation in Communities
Chapter 22. Innovative Methods for Implementing Evidence- Supported Interventions for Mental Health Treatment of Child and Adolescent Victims of Violence
Chapter 23. Statewide Efforts for Implementation of Evidence- Based Programs
Chapter 24. Creating a Culture of Wellness for Providers in Harm's Way
Chapter 25. The Importance of Therapist and Family Engagement in Treatment Implementation
Chapter 26. The Roles of Web- Based Technology in the Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence- Based Treatments for Child Abuse
Chapter 27. Education of Emergency Department Physicians
Chapter 28. Education of Physicians in Residency Training
Chapter 29. Education of Community Physicians
Chapter 30. Child Abuse Pediatricians: Treating Child Victims of Maltreatment
Chapter 31. Training Child Psychiatry Fellows to Provide Trauma-Informed Care
Part VI: New Directions
Chapter 32. Psychopharmacology
Chapter 33. Treatment Implications of Gene- Environment Interplay in Childhood Trauma
Chapter 34. Resilience and Posttraumatic Growth in Abused and Neglected Children
Part VII: Legal Issues
Chapter 35. Legal Issues Related to Child Maltreatment and Its Therapy
Index

Treatment of Child Abuse
Common Ground for Mental Health, Medical, and Legal Practitioners
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Publication Date: 15 Jun 2014
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Trim Size: 8.5" x 11"
Page Count: 392 pages
Illustrations: 10 line drawings
ISBN: 9781421412733