Discusses overcoming barriers, including the range of clinical experience and training among those administering trauma screening.
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Reports findings from research on crossover youth.
Explores issues of implementation and sustainability of screening and assessment in an already over-burdened child welfare system.
Discusses the many transitions experienced by, and the challenges transitions pose for, young traumatized children in the child welfare system.
Addresses the important role visitation plays for young foster children and their caregivers.
Describes, compares, and contrasts three specific trauma screening and assessment instruments that have been used extensively within child welfare settings.
Highlights the importance of understanding the serious consequences that trauma histories can have for birth parents.
Highlights the importance of birth parents understanding the serious consequences their trauma histories can have on them and the subsequent potential impact on their parenting.
Describes the prevalence and impact of trauma on children in the child welfare system and the rationale for trauma screening and assessment.
Explores the rationale for and utility of screening and assessing for trauma in child welfare setting.
Addresses providing or referring infants, young children, and their caregivers for trauma-sensitive therapeutic interventions, including Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) and Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC).
Addresses the importance of understanding the special developmental needs of young traumatized children. This webinar discusses appropriate referrals for consultation and describes a cutting edge developmental intervention for children in the child welfare system.