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Child Welfare Journal, Vol. 90, No. 6 (Special Issue: Child Traumatic Stress)
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Special Issue - Effectively Addressing the Impact of Child Traumatic Stress in Child Welfare

 

Table of Contents:

 

From the Editor: Trauma Informed Child Welfare— Remembering Robert

 

Effectively Addressing the Impact of Child Traumatic Stress in Child Welfare

Special Forward by Robert S. Pynoos, John A. Fairbank, and Christine James-Brown

 

Introduction—Addressing Trauma to Promote Social and Emotional Well-Being: A Child Welfare Imperative

Bryan H. Samuels

 

Trauma Adapted Family Connections: Reducing Developmental and Complex Trauma Symptomatology to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect

Kathryn S. Collins, Frederick H. Strieder, Diane DePanfilis, Maureen Tabor, Pamela A. Clarkson Freeman, Linnea Linde, and Patty Greenberg

 

Trauma-Informed Forensic Child Maltreatment Investigations

Donna M. Pence

 

Addressing the Impact of Trauma Before Diagnosing Mental Illness in Child Welfare

Gene Griffin, Gary McClelland, Mark Holzberg, Bradley Stolbach, Nicole Maj, and Cassandra Kisiel

 

Complex Trauma and Mental Health in Children and Adolescents Placed in Foster Care: Findings from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Johanna K. P. Greeson, Ernestine C. Briggs, Cassandra L. Kisiel, Christopher M. Layne, George S. Ake III, Susan J. Ko, Ellen T. Gerrity, Alan M. Steinberg, Michael L. Howard, Robert S. Pynoos, and John A. Fairbank

 

Screening for Trauma Exposure, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression Symptoms among Mothers Receiving Child Welfare Preventive Services

Claude M. Chemtob, Sascha Griffing, Erika Tullberg, Elizabeth Roberts, and Peggy Ellis

 

Linking Child Welfare and Mental Health Using Trauma-Informed Screening and

Assessment Practices

Lisa Conradi, Jeffrey Wherry, and Cassandra Kisiel

 

Secondary Traumatic Stress and Burnout in Child Welfare Workers: A Comparative

Analysis of Occupational Distress Across Professional Groups

Ginny Sprang, Carlton Craig, and James Clark

 

A Grassroots Prototype for Trauma-Informed Child Welfare System Change

James Henry, Margaret Richardson, Connie Black-Pond, Mark Sloane, Ben Atchinson, and Yvette Hyter

 

Creating Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Systems Using a Community Assessment Process

Alison Hendricks, Lisa Conradi, and Charles Wilson

 

Promising Practices and Strategies for Using Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Practice to Improve Foster Care Placement Stability: A Breakthrough Series Collaborative

Lisa Conradi, Jen Agosti, Erika Tullberg, Lisa Richardson, Heather Langan, Susan Ko, and Charles Wilson