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History’s response to child abuse – then and now

4. February, 2016Issues for parents, Issues for schools, Parents, Recognizing Child Neglect, Recognizing Physical Abuse, Resources, Sexual Abuse Articles, Undertanding Emotional AbuseComments Off on History’s response to child abuse – then and now

Rarely does an article so thoroughly reveal how our historical response to child abuse has failed to develop systems that adequately…

Seattle Archdiocese Increases Transparency on Child Sexual Abuse

25. January, 2016Sexual Abuse ArticlesComments Off on Seattle Archdiocese Increases Transparency on Child Sexual Abuse

The Archdiocese of Seattle has published a list of 77 child sex abusers who have served or lived in western…

Research on Program Effectiveness

18. November, 2015--, Articles, Bullying Articles, Issues for schools, Preventing Child Sexual Abuse, Resources, Sexual Abuse Articles, Strangers ArticlesComments Off on Research on Program Effectiveness

New Article on Program Effectiveness: Psychology in the Schools, Vol. 52(1), 2015 C  2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. SCHOOL-BASED CHILD…

A Brief Therapy Heals Trauma in Children

4. April, 2012Issues for parents, Preventing Child Sexual Abuse, Sexual Abuse ArticlesComments Off on A Brief Therapy Heals Trauma in Children

Jane Brody continues to support families experiencing child sexual abuse with an article on Safe Horizon.  She describes a remarkably effective brief…

Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse

21. December, 2011Issues for schools, Sexual Abuse ArticlesComments Off on Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse

The Child Welfare Information Gateway provides a summary of Mandatory Reporting Laws.  As of 2010, “Approximately 48 States, the District…

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Why Do We Judge Parents For Putting Kids At Perceived — But Unreal — Risk?

Tania Lombrozo asks some important and provocative questions as she reports on new research that gets

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Traveling Safely and Being Prepared for Whatever Comes Up

There are so many things to think about with young children, but a no-brainer is

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When should your child have a smartphone?

Safety is a function of parental judgement and decision-making.  As more children get phones at

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Safe and Sound – Resources for Military Families

The US DoD has  been consistently improving resources for military families.  They have released new

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Author Dr. Sherryll Kraizer has a Ph.D. in education with a specialization in youth at risk.