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The Courts Can't Stop Child Trauma if They Don't Know About It: How to Question Alleged Child Victims

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Resource Description

Presents techniques to use when interviewing children who may have been physically or sexually abused. This webinar addresses why evidence based child forensic interviewing is essential, provides guidelines for interviewing children, including reluctant children, and discusses the critical role of interviewer training and peer support.

Published in 2009

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