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by Lynne Cantlay

Download Detecting Child Abuse: Recognizing Children at Risk Through Drawings eBook
ISBN:
0965106829
Author:
Lynne Cantlay
Category:
Family Relationships
Language:
English
Publisher:
Holly Pr; 1st edition (December 1, 1996)
Pages:
115 pages
EPUB book:
1135 kb
FB2 book:
1447 kb
DJVU:
1205 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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200


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Founded in 1989 in Houston, Texas and with an office opened in North Texas in 2011, the organization focuses on the well-being of children and educates legislators on the importance of key children's issues. While focusing on a variety of issues, the primary issues are human trafficking, food insecurity, education, and parenting

Child, family and relationship services. Recognising when a child is at risk. Treatment and counselling services for children who have been abused help by working through the trauma and in reducing the effects of the abuse

Child, family and relationship services. Treatment and counselling services for children who have been abused help by working through the trauma and in reducing the effects of the abuse. The most serious effects are likely to occur when no one takes action to stop the abuse and to protect the child. Reporting child abuse. We all have a responsibility for protecting the children in our community.

Children-at-risk are persons under 18 who experience an intense and/or chronic risk factor, or a combination of risk factors in personal, environmental and/or relational domains that prevent them from pursuing and fulfilling their God-given potential. While it is possible to argue that virtually every child falls within this definition,v such thinking loses sight of the term’s purpose.

Detecting child abuse. recognizing children at risk through drawings. 1st ed. by Lynne Cantlay. Published 1996 by Holly Press in Santa Barbara, CA. Written in English.

Recognizing Child Abuse: What Parents Should Know (PDF) – Signs and symptoms of child abuse in children . Emotional Abuse – Recognizing and responding to emotional child abuse.

Recognizing Child Abuse: What Parents Should Know (PDF) – Signs and symptoms of child abuse in children and their parents. Prevent Child Abuse America). Abusive Head Trauma (Shaken Baby Syndrome) – Signs and symptoms, and strategies for soothing a baby before the caregiver’s frustration mounts. Child Neglect: A Guide for Prevention, Assessment, and Intervention (PDF) – Recognizing and reporting child neglect. Child Welfare Information Gateway). What to Do if You Suspect Abuse – What to do if you think a child is being abused.

Nonetheless, lessons derived from progress in child abuse and domestic . Each of these approaches is discussed below, drawing heavily from child abuse and domestic violence intervention experiences in light.

Nonetheless, lessons derived from progress in child abuse and domestic violence initiatives provide a valid starting point for drawing more attention to elder abuse. The assessment of elderly persons who may be at risk for maltreatment by a family member is currently less formalized than is true of the other types of domestic violence. Each of these approaches is discussed below, drawing heavily from child abuse and domestic violence intervention experiences in light of limited knowledge specific to elder abuse.

Protect your children by understanding common everyday drawings. Drawings do not lie!

Detecting Child Abuse is an extremely useful book for teachers, parents, caregivers, and therapists who work with children. It presents basic techniques for analyzing drawings. Readers learn about normal developmental stages of drawing and the "red flags" sent by children in distress. This important book will help people identify troubled children in order to recommend professional evaluation before long-term harm sets in.

This book is unique because all the basic signs identifying abuse are listed in one single source. This book is packed with visual examples and includes a workbook section that actually lets you practice what you have learned.

  • Briciraz
I am a psychologist and recently bought this book to refresh as I studied it in grad school. This is an excellent and classic review on how to analyze children's drawings from an expert. It has research basis and is very thorough with excellent pictures and interpretative rationale.
  • Virtual
I too was very disappointed by this book which is poorly written and researched. The author has not taken into consideration the many aspects of children's drawings and looked no futher than the projective literature to make a case for detecting child abuse through drawings. I kept feeling that this book was hastily put together to cash in on a topic that many worry about.