Program Evaluation and Research
OFFICE FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME TREATMENT:
Guidelines for the Psychosocial Treatment of Intrafamilial Child Physical and Sexual Abuse
The National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center of the Medical University of South Carolina and the Center for Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress of Harborview Medical Center have developed Guidelines for the Psychosocial Treatment of Intrafamilial Child Physical and Sexual Abuse through a cooperative agreement funded by the Office of Victims of Crime of the U.S. Department of Justice.
"Family, Parent-child And Parent-Focused Interventions"
Theory and Rationale
Treatment Manuals or Protocol Descriptions:
Tracy, E.M., Haapala, D.A., Kinney, J., and Pecora, P.J. (Eds.) (1991). Intensive Family Preservation Services: An Instructional Sourcebook. Cleveland, OH: Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University.
Whittaker, J.K., Kinney, J.M., Tracy, E.M. Booth, C.L. (Eds.) (1990). Reaching high-risk families: Intensive family preservation in human services. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.
Treatment Outcome Study References:
Fraser, M.W., Walton, E., Lewis, R.E., Pecora, P., & Walton, W. (1996). An Experiment in Family Reunification: Correlates of Outcomes At One-Year Follow-Up. Children and Youth Services Review, 16, 335-361.
Fraser, M.W., Pecora, P.J., & Haapala, D.A. (1991). Families in Crisis: The Impact of Intensive Family Preservation Services. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.
Haapala, D.A., & Kinney, J.M. (1988, September). Avoiding out-of-home placement among high-risk status offenders through the use of home-based family preservation services. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 15, 334-348.
Veerman, J.W., de Kemp, R.A.T., & Brink, L.T. (1997). Evaluation Study of Families First The Netherlands. The Netherlands Institute of Care and Welfare.
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