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Unlike physical abuse, the people doing it and receiving it may not even know it’s happening. Watts-English, T., Fortson, B., Gilber, N., Hooper, S., & De Bellis, M. (2006). Maltreatment's wake: The relationship of maltreatment dimensions to child outcomes. Child abuse and neglect can be lessened by more resources, more education and to reach out to others. Theoretical perspectives are evaluated for their efficacy in treating abuse and new models of therapy are discussed as well as their results.

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Publisher: DCB/Dancing Cat Books (May 14, 2016)

ISBN: 1770864520

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Funding: This work was supported by grants from the Oakland Health Education Program (OHEP) Center for Medical Education (Southfield, MI) and St. John Hospital and Medical Center Research Fund (St. Emotional abuse can increase the risk of a child developing mental health problems, eating disorders or can lead to them self-harming Married to the Bad Boy: Young Adult Bad Boy Romance. Specific guidelines for conducting the intake process vary from State to State and community to community. In general, caseworkers must: Gather sufficient information from the reporter and agency records to be able to: Identify and locate the children and the parents or primary caregiver; Determine if the report meets the statutory and agency guidelines for child maltreatment; Assess whether the child is safe; Evaluate the motives of the reporter Amy: Rejacketed.

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