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A commentary on factors that could account for lower rates in China vs international rates of abuse.
This paper finds that maltreatment rates for children under 18 are greater than substantiated child maltreatment in the UK.
This study examines the relationship between accumulated experiences of victimisation and symptoms of psychopathology in adolescent outpatients.
This article discusses consequences of child abuse that persists into adulthood as well its long-term economic costs for the health system
This paper reviews the evidence base of a number of therapies used to treat trauma in children and young people.
This issue of the Journal features the latest research on adult outcomes following trauma in childhood.
This supplement investigates safe, stable, nurturing relationships (SSNRs) and social contexts in the cycle of child maltreatment accross generations.
This article discusses the emerging phenomenon of 'toxic stress' in children who experience prolonged domestic abuse and neglect and the benefits of early intervention and nurturing relationships.
ABC radio features 9 interviews with the children of war veterans, from the age of 12 years and up.
Researchers in Melbourne are using iPods as a tool in measuring how well children and young people do after trauma.
Every year, many thousands of children experience separation from a mother who is sent to prison, a trauma which in many cases can also mean losing their home.
From PsychCentral, this news report is on a new study on CBT that has reduced the distress experienced by child victims of war and sexual violence.
A special supplement of the Journal of Adolescent Health has been released with focus on safe, stable, nurturing relationships (SSNRs) and social contexts in the cycle of child maltreatment accross generations.
This news article discusses the difficulties that child protection workers face in responding to vulnerable children.
Screening instrument has been able to aid professionals to identify pre-school children at risk of long-term PTSD
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