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A Short Form of the Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children2016

​Jeffrey N. Wherry,Lindsay P. Huffhines,Desiree N. Walisky.
Child maltreatment (2016). Extrait de l'abstract. The purpose of the current study was to develop a short form (SF) of the Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC). The TSCC-SF) maintained 29 items, from the original 54 items, in a sample (N = 215) of sexually abused children who were seeking treatment at a child advocacy center.

Applying ecological systems theory to sexual revictimization of youth: A review with implications for research and practice2016

​Samantha L. Pittenger; Terrence Z. Huit et David J. Hansen. (2016). Aggression and Violent Behavior 26 : 35–45. Extrait de l'abstract : While much of the research has focused on individual factors that promote revictimization, there is emerging evidence that external influences on the individual may influence risk for subsequent victimization. Specifically, family, perpetrators, and engagement with helping professionals may all mediate revictimization risk. Although limited evidence prevents conclusions regarding societal values, public policy, and law, these systems may also impact individual risk for experiencing multiple victimizations

Implicit measures of child abuse and neglect: A systematic review2016


Claudia Camilo, Margarida Vaz Garrido, Maria Manuela Calheiros. Implicit measures of child abuse and neglect: A systematic review Volume 29 Pages 43-54 Publication Aggression and Violent Behavior. (2016)  Extrait de l'abstract : In this paper we review the research on child abuse and neglect using implicit measures. Using combinations of words related with child abuse and neglect, and with autonomic and affective variables assessed by the implicit measures, we have conducted a systematic review of 33 studies, and we examined the variables explored, the type of measures used and the results obtained. The research reviewed points out the importance of assessing parental representations in parent–child interactions and analyzing the differences between maltreating and non-maltreating parents. Specifically, physically abusive parents tend to show more difficulties in recognizing children's emotions, reveal more biases in their perceptions and attributions about children and behave more aggressively. LM

Language Problems Among Abused and Neglected Children2016

​Audette Sylvestre; Ève-Line Bussières et Caroline Bouchard. (2016). Child Maltreatment 21(1) : 47-58. Extrait de l'abstract : Results confirm that the language skills of children who have experienced abuse and/or neglect are delayed when compared to children who have not experienced abuse and/or neglect. Compared to older children, young children seem particularly vulnerable to abuse and neglect. No significant differences were demonstrated concerning the type of maltreatment suffered by the child.

Multilevel Developmental Perspectives on Child Maltreatment2016

​Special Issue du no de la revue Development and Psychopathology 27(4pt2) november 2015

Neighborhood-level social processes and substantiated cases of child maltreatment2016

​Molnar,  B.E., Goerge, R.M., Gilsanz, P., Hill, A., Subramanian, S.V., Holton, J.K., Beardslee, W.R. (2016). Neighborhood-level social processes and substantiated cases of child maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect, 51, 41-53. Extrait du résumé. La maltraitance envers les enfants est un problème important de santé publique. La recherche démontre que les facteurs structurels relatifs au quartier comme la pauvreté et le taux de criminalité peuvent avoir un effet significatif sur le nombre de victimes. La présente étude, basée sur des données sur la ville de Chicago, visait à déterminer les processus sociaux potentiellement modifiables qui pourraient également avoir un effet sur la maltraitance. Les facteurs structurels inclus étaient la pauvreté, les taux d’homicides et de vols ainsi que la variation du nombre d’enfants d’origine hispanique.

Parent Engagement in Supported Supervised Visitation in Child Welfare2016

​Jooree Ahn. Parent Engagement in Supported Supervised Visitation in Child Welfare. Thesis University University of Washington. (2016). Extrait de l'abstract : From June to November 2015, the University of Washington, School of Social Work partnered with Department of Social and Health Services, Children’s Administration and a visit provider agency in Pierce County, WA to conduct a pilot study of Strive, a parenting support program founded upon child welfare practice knowledge and research evidence on client engagement. The program is structured around supervised parent-child visits for families with children in out-of-home or foster care.

Que pensent les pères québécois de la punition corporelle?2016

​Clément, Marie-Ève; Dufour, Sarah et Chamberland, Claire. (2016). Défi jeunesse 22(2) : 22-28. Définie comme un geste physique commis dans le but d'entraîner une douleur ou un malaise chez l'enfant, mais pas une blessure, afin de corriger ou de contrôler un comportement jugé indésirable, la punition corporelle fait encore l'objet de débats dans la communauté scientifique à savoir s'il s'agit ou non dune forme de violence (...). Pourtant, on sait que la frontière est mince entre la punition corporelle et l'abus physique et que les risques d'escalade sont élevés

Trajectories of maltreatment re-reports from ages 4 to 12: Evidence for persistent risk after early exposure. Child Maltreatment2016

​Proctor, L. J., Aarons, GA., Dubowitz, H., English, D., Lewis, T., Thompson, R., Roesch, SC. (2012). Trajectories of maltreatment re-reports from ages 4 to 12: Evidence for persistent risk after early exposure. Child Maltreatment, 17(3), 207-217. La présente étude examine les trajectoires de resignalement pour maltraitance des enfants de 4 à 12 ans  à risque élevé qui ont fait l’objet d’un premier signalement aux services de protection de l’enfance avant l’âge de 4 ans pour les mêmes raisons. Le but de cette étude était double; en premier lieu, les auteurs voulaient identifier les sous-groupes d’enfants en fonction de leurs trajectoires de resignalement en se basant sur le moment et la fréquence de ces derniers; d’autre part, ils souhaitaient déterminer les caractéristiques (évaluées au point de référence, à l’âge de quatre ans) qui permettaient de prédire les différentes trajectoires de resignalement établies dans le cadre du premier objectif.

 

Violences sexuelles envers l’enfant et lien de parenté en Afrique. Analyse poolée des études réalisées au Cameroun2016

Mbassa Menick. Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence.  Extrait du résumé. Cette étude avait pour objectif de dégager la prévalence de l’inceste au Cameroun. Pour ce faire, l’auteur a procédé à une analyse poolée visant à synthétiser les résultats d’études portant sur les violences sexuelles envers les enfants. Neuf études publiées ont été ainsi incluses pour un total de 10 874 participants. conclusion. La prévalence de l’inceste au Cameroun est importante. Par conséquence, une action nationale est indispensable pour combattre ce fléau. Celle-ci comprendra des activités de recherche, de formation et d’information des professionnels de l’enfance, des activités de prise en charge des victimes et de prévention.sa Menick. Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence (2016).

Youth self-report of emotional maltreatment: Concordance with official reports and relation to outcomes2016

​Catherine Roller White; Diana English; Richard Thompson et Yvonne Humenay Roberts. (2016). Children and Youth Services Review 62: 111-121. Extrait de l'abstract : Controlling for race, gender, and official reports of other types of maltreatment, both youth self-report and official reports of the psychological safety and security subtype of EMT predicted trauma symptoms, including anger, anxiety, depression, intrusive experiences, defensive avoidance, and dissociation. Improved detection of EMT and more effective and targeted interventions are needed, both to decrease rates of EMT from caregivers and to assuage its harmful effects on children and youth.

Adolescent Maltreatment in the Child Welfare System and Developmental Patterns of Sexual Risk Behaviors2015

​Patrick J. Fowler, Darnell Motley, Jinjin Zhang, Jennifer Rolls-Reutz, and John Landsverk. (2015). Child Maltreatment 20(1) : 50-60. Extrait de l'abstract : In this longitudinal study, we tested whether adolescent maltreatment and out-of-home placement as a response to maltreatment altered developmental patterns of sexual risk behaviors in a nationally representative sample of youth involved in the child welfare system.

An Exploratory Study of Physical Abuse–Related Shame, Guilt, and Blame in a Sample of Youth Receiving Child Protective Services: Links to Maltreatment, Anger, and Aggression2015

​Stephen Ellenbogen; Nico Trocmé; Christine Wekerle & Kellie McLeod. (2015). Journal of aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 24(5) : 532-551. Extrait de l'abstract : Using self-report data from a larger study of adolescents receiving child protective services, we explored correlates of physical abuse–related shame, guilt, blame toward the abuser, and blame toward others. In bivariate analyses, shame and blame were found to be interlinked and associated with different forms of abuse, emotional neglect, hostility, and pent-up anger, but not with outwardly expressed anger and physical aggression. Female gender and emotional abuse emerged as the strongest contributors in two continuation ratio ordinal regression models predicting shame; physical abuse did not contribute predictive power to one model, and severe physical abuse offered only a marginal contribution to the other.

Behavior problems of children in foster care: Associations with foster mothers’ representations, commitment, and the quality of mother–child interaction2015

​Karine Dubois-Comtois; Annie Bernier; George M. Tarabulsy; Chantal Cyr; Diane St-Laurent; Anne-Sophie Lanctôt; Janie St-Onge; Ellen Moss et Marie-Julie Béliveau. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect, In Press. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.06.009 - Extrait de l'abstract : This study investigated different environmental and contextual factors associated with maltreated children's adjustment in foster care. Participants included 83 children (52 boys), ages 1–7 years, and their foster caregivers. Quality of interaction with the foster caregiver was assessed from direct observation of a free-play situation; foster caregiver attachment state of mind and commitment toward the child were assessed using two interviews; disruptive behavior symptoms were reported by foster caregivers.

Between Scylla and Charybdis: A Literature Review of Sexual Abuse Allegations in Divorce Proceedings2015

​Anne E. Smit, Masha V Antokolskaia, Catrien C. J. H. Bijleveld. (2015). Psychology 6(11) : 1373-1384. Extrait de l'abstract : We attempted to answer four research questions that focus on 1) the prevalence of CSA allegations in divorce procedures; 2) the response of family court judges; 3) the ratio of founded vs. unfounded allegations of CSA under these circumstances; and 4) the possible consequences of the false positives and false negatives in legal decision making for the children and parents involved... We conclude that civil judges have to make important decisions under difficult circumstances: there is little or no evidence, no guidelines, external help lengthens the trial, and there are serious consequences of false positives and false negatives in legal decision-making. Literature is surprisingly scarce and generally outdated.

Beyond CPS: Developing an effective system for helping children in “neglectful” families: Policymakers have failed to address the neglect of neglect2015

Michael S. Wald. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect 41: 49-66.

Canadian trends in filicide by gender of the accused, 1961–20112015

​Myrna Dawson. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect 47: 162-174. Focusing on 1,612 children under age 18 that were killed by their parents between 1961 and 2011, regional and temporal trends in the gender of accused are examined as well as differences in maternal and paternal filicides by the gender and age of the victim, the age and marital status of the accused, type of parental relationship, cause of death, motive, history of family violence, and clearance status. Results show that there are significant differences in filicides by mothers and fathers.

Canadian trends in filicide by gender of the accused, 1961–20112015

​Myrna Dawson. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect 47: 162-174. Focusing on 1,612 children under age 18 that were killed by their parents between 1961 and 2011, regional and temporal trends in the gender of accused are examined as well as differences in maternal and paternal filicides by the gender and age of the victim, the age and marital status of the accused, type of parental relationship, cause of death, motive, history of family violence, and clearance status. Results show that there are significant differences in filicides by mothers and fathers
 


 

Child Abuse & Neglect 49 November 20152015

​Special Issue : Decision-making and judgments in child maltreatment prevention and response
 

Child Maltreatment 2013.2015

Child Maltreatment 2013. Children's Bureau | Administration for Children and Families. (2015). Rapport qui présente des données nationnales à propos de l'abus et la négligence des enfants aux États-Unis à partir des situations connues des agences de protection pour l'année fiscale 2013.

Child maltreatment types and risk behaviors: Associations with attachment style and emotion regulation dimensions2015

​Assaf Oshri; Tara E. Sutton; Jody Clay-Warner and Joshua D. Miller. (2015). Personality and Individual Différences 73 : 127–133. Extrait de l'abstract : The present study examined the relations among various forms of maltreatment and risk behaviors (e.g., substance use; risky sex) among 361 undergraduate students and tested whether attachment styles and emotion dysregulation might underlie these relations. Emotional, and sexual but not verbal abuse (although verbal abuse was directly related to alcohol use), were related to anxious and avoidant attachment styles, emotion dysregulation, and a variety of risk behaviors. Among the emotion regulation dimensions, impulsivity showed the strongest indirect effect from child maltreatment to risk behaviors.

Childhood psychological maltreatment subtypes and adolescent depressive symptoms2015

​Elise Paul; John Eckenrode. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect 47: 38-47. Extrait de l'abstract : The aim of this study was to understand how subtypes and the timing of psychological maltreatment contribute to adolescent depressive symptoms at age 14 ... These results suggest that childhood psychological maltreatment is multi-dimensional and is implicated in the etiology of adolescent depressive symptoms. Future prevention efforts should consider parental psychological maltreatment in reducing risk for adolescent depression.

Children neglected: Where cumulative risk theory fails2015

​Mandy O’Hara; Lori Legano; Peter Homel; Ingrid Walker-Descartes; Mary Rojas et Danielle Laraque. (2015). Child Abuse & Neglect 45 : 1-8. Extrait de l'abstract : The purpose of the current study was to assess whether children only neglected perform worse on cognitive tasks than children neglected and physically abused... This study shows that for neglected children, additional abuse may not additively accumulate risk when considering intelligence outcomes. Children experiencing only neglect may need to be referred for services that address cognitive development, with emphasis on the linguistic environment, in order to best support the developmental challenges of neglected children.

Children's exposure to domestic and family violence : Key issues and responses2015

​Monica Campo. (2015). Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) (36). 24 p. Extrait du document : This paper examines the literature assessing children’s exposure to domestic and family violence, and findings that domestic and family violence can affect children’s behaviour, schooling, cognitive development, mental and physical wellbeing, and is the leading cause of homelessness for children. Children who grow up in families where domestic and family violence occur are also more likely to experience other forms of child abuse, such as sexual, physical and emotional abuse/maltreatment. The effects of such multi-victimisation require attention in policy, practice and research.

Children's exposure to domestic and family violence : Key issues and responses2015

​Monica Campo. (2015). Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) (36). 24 p. Extrait du document : This paper examines the literature assessing children’s exposure to domestic and family violence, and findings that domestic and family violence can affect children’s behaviour, schooling, cognitive development, mental and physical wellbeing, and is the leading cause of homelessness for children. Children who grow up in families where domestic and family violence occur are also more likely to experience other forms of child abuse, such as sexual, physical and emotional abuse/maltreatment. The effects of such multi-victimisation require attention in policy, practice and research. Voir autres documents sur ce thème : https://aifs.gov.au/cfca/publications/childrens-exposure-domestic-and-family-violence

Comité de travail pour une action concertée auprès des enfants exposés à la violence conjugale et leur famille : état des lieux et recommandations2015

​Bérard, Madeleine (et al.). (2015). Québec : MSSS. 28 p.

Deciding on child maltreatment: A literature review on methods that improve decision-making2015

​Cora Bartelink; Tom A. van Yperen and Ingrid J. ten Berge. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect, In Press. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2015.07.002 - Extrait de l'abstract : Assessment and decision-making in child maltreatment cases is difficult. Practitioners face many uncertainties and obstacles during their assessment and decision-making process. Research exhibits shortcomings in this decision-making process. The purpose of this literature review is to identify and discuss methods to overcome these shortcomings.

Developmental transitions in presentations of externalizing problems among boys and girls at risk for child maltreatment2015

​Miguel T. Villodas (et al.). (2015). Development and Psychopathology 27(Special Issue 01) : 205-219. Extrait de l'abstract : The present study examined the impact of children's maltreatment experiences on the emergence of externalizing problem presentations among children during different developmental periods. The sample included 788 youth and their caregivers who participated in a multisite, prospective study of youth at-risk for maltreatment. Externalizing problems were assessed at ages 4, 8, and 12, and symptoms and diagnoses of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and conduct disorder were assessed at age 14, during interviews with youth and caregivers. Information about maltreatment allegations was coded from official records

Developmental transitions in presentations of externalizing problems among boys and girls at risk for child maltreatment2015

​Miguel T. Villodas (et al.). (2015). Development and Psychopathology 27(Special Issue 01) : 205-219. Extrait de l'abstract : The present study examined the impact of children's maltreatment experiences on the emergence of externalizing problem presentations among children during different developmental periods. The sample included 788 youth and their caregivers who participated in a multisite, prospective study of youth at-risk for maltreatment. Externalizing problems were assessed at ages 4, 8, and 12, and symptoms and diagnoses of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and conduct disorder were assessed at age 14, during interviews with youth and caregivers. Information about maltreatment allegations was coded from official records.

Does differential response make a difference: Examining domestic violence cases in child protection services2015

​Alaggia, R., et Gadalla, T. M., Shlonsky, A., Jenney, A., Daciuk, J., (2015). Child and Family Social Work, 20(1), 83-95. Extrait de l'abstract. Large numbers of domestic violence (DV) cases on child protection caseloads have necessitated the development of practices that address both DV and child safety. The first step in this process is to gain an understanding of the differences between DV-involved cases and other forms of maltreatment. The implementation of a differential response service model in Ontario offered an opportunity to compare risk assessment ratings, service outcomes and recurrence and to identify pathways of DV cases through child protection services (CPS).

Enfants et adolescents victimes d’agression sexuelle présentant une déficience intellectuelle : interventions et illustration clinique2015

​Jacinthe Dion; Karine N Tremblay; Geneviève Paquette et Suzie Matteau. (2015). Les Cahiers de l'Actif 464/467: 291-307. Extrait du résumé: L’objectif de cette recension des écrits vise à donner un aperçu de la problématique des agressions sexuelles chez les enfants ayant une déficience intellectuelle et à discuter des implications pratiques pour l’intervention et la prévention. Une illustration clinique inspirée d’un cas réel est ensuite présentée pour étayer cette problématique et suggérer des interventions qu’il est possible de mettre en place dans le cadre d’un travail interdisciplinaire.

Evidence-Informed Assessment and Practice in Child Welfare2015

​Wodarski, John S., Holosko, Michael J., Feit, Marvin D. (Eds.). (2015). Springer. Provides a comprehensive overview of current research on the efficacy of child welfare services. - Extrait de la table des matières: Child Maltreatment / Holosko, Michael J. et Bostur, Jason. pp. 189-217 - Parent Training / Wodarski, John S., Stangarone, Mary et Frimpong, Jaime. pp. 219-240.
 

 

Examining predictors of re-reports and recurrence of child maltreatment using two national data sources2015

Cecilia Casanueva; Stephen Tueller; Melissa Dolan; Mark Testa; Keith Smith and Orin Day. (2015). Children and Youth Services Review 48(1) : 1-13. Extrait de l'abstract : This study examined predictors of child maltreatment re-reports and recurrence (substantiated re-reports) using two nationally representative data sets: the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being (NSCAW II) and the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS). Maltreatment data from the survey and administrative data sources were merged for children who participated in NSCAW II and had an NCANDS record. Re-report and recurrence data were examined among the sample of 4715 with an NCANDS record and a subsample of 1873 who received a caseworker interview at the NSCAW II 18-months' follow-up because the child was in out-of-home care and/or the family had been involved with child welfare services since the baseline interview.

Gender Differences in the Impact of Abuse and Neglect Victimization on Adolescent Offending Behavior2015

​Asscher, Jessica J; Van der Put, Claudia E; Stams, Geert Jan J. M. (2015). Journal of Family Violence 30(2): 215-225. Extrait de l'abstract : The present study examines gender differences in the association between abuse and neglect during childhood, and sexual and violent offending in juvenile delinquents. Female juvenile delinquents were more frequently victim of sexual and physical abuse and had a history of neglect and maltreatment than male juvenile offenders. Male juvenile offenders committed more sexual offenses and felony offenses against persons. Female juvenile offenders reported higher levels of having committed misdemeanor offenses against persons and violence that were not included in criminal history. A history of sexual abuse was related to sexual offending, while a history of physical abuse was related to violent offending. The relationships between victimization and offending were stronger in male juvenile offenders than in female juvenile offenders.

Guidelines for Conducting a Victim-Sensitive Interview2015

​Melanie J. Thakkar; Alan M. Jaffe et Rachael S. Vander Linden. (2015). Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, In Press. DOI:10.1080/10538712.2015.1077365 - Extrait de l'abstract : The purpose of this article is to provide standardized guidelines that can assist individuals from various occupational fields in conducting victim sensitive interviews. The standardized guidelines provided offer an assemblage of general principles that have consistently appeared within literature as well as in manuals provided by various jurisdictions. These guidelines refer to a practice of conduct that is recommended; however, variance with implementation is allowed. It is assumed that the reader brings a level of clinical experience to the material provided in this article

Intergenerational transmission of attachment in abused and neglected mothers : the role of trauma-specific reflective functioning.2015

Berthelot, N.; Ensink, K.; Bernazzani, O.; Normandin, L.; Luyten, P. and Fonagy, P. (2015). Infant Mental Health Journal, Early View. Extrait de l'abstract : L'attachement du bébé a été évalué au moyen d'une Procédure de Situation Etrange. La majorité (83%) des bébés de mères abusées ou négligées ont été classifiés comme évitants et une grande proportion (44%) ont fait preuve de désorganisation de l'attachement. Nous avons trouvé une concordance forte entre l'attachement de la mère de l'enfant, indiquant une transmission intergénérationnelle de l'attachement chez les parents avec un CA&N et leurs bébés... Les résultats de cette étude mettent en lumière l'importance de la mentalisation spécifique au trauma dans la transmission intergénérationnelle de l'attachement chez les mères ayant un passé de maltraitance durant l'enfance, et offrent de nouvelles preuves de l'importance de l'absence de mentalisation spécifique au trauma pour l'attachement du bébé.

La violence envers les enfants, approche transculturelle2015

​Marie Rose Moro. Numéro de collection: 79. Bruxelles, Yapaka. 2015. 55 p. Résumé: Malgré un souci accru de leur protection, toute culture inflige des violences parfois extrêmes aux enfants. Prendre la mesure de ces différences culturelles permet de mieux comprendre les mécanismes à l’œuvre tant du côté des adultes et de la société qu’au plan du développement des enfants et de leur devenir. L’auteur analyse diverses situations : celles plus lointaines des guerres et catastrophes naturelles, celles des enfants des rues mais aussi les situations de violences ordinaires, de maltraitances quotidiennes dans les familles ou à l’école qui existent également chez nous.

L'abus sexuel et le cerveau en développement2015

​Eve Krakow. (2015). Bulletin sur le développement des jeunes enfants 12(1) : 8. Des chercheurs ont découvert que le fait de subir un abus sexuel durant la petite enfance peut affecter l’architecture même du cerveau en développement.

Le livret de vie, un outil thérapeutique narratif pour l’enfant victime de maltraitance intrafamiliale2015

​Mariame Traoré. (2015). Thérapie familiale 36(4) : 391-407. Extrait de l'abstract : La maltraitance peut figer la victime dans un monde sans symbolisation dans lequel le trauma se répète inlassablement. L’auteur formalise un outil thérapeutique (inspiré des approches narratives), qui permet de sortir de cet engrenage pour les enfants victimisés au sein de leur famille, mais aussi pour tous patients ayant vécu des traumas de divers ordres et de diverses intensités. Après avoir posé les bases théoriques qui ont été nécessaires à l’élaboration du livret de vie, l’outil est présenté et illustré à l’aide de deux vignettes cliniques

Life adversities and suicidal behavior in young individuals: a systematic review2015

​Gianluca Serafini; Caterina Muzio; Giulia Piccinini; Eirini Flouri; Gabriella Ferrigno; Maurizio Pompili; Paolo Girardi et Mario Amore. (2015). European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 24(12) : 1423-1446. Extrait de l'abstract : This paper aimed to investigate systematically the association between the type/number of adverse life events and experiences and suicidal behavior in young people... Adverse life events and experiences included maltreatment and violence, loss events, intra-familial problems, school and interpersonal problems. Studies were restricted to suicidal behavior in young people aged 10–25 years

Life adversities and suicidal behavior in young individuals: a systematic review2015

​Gianluca Serafini; Caterina Muzio; Giulia Piccinini; Eirini Flouri; Gabriella Ferrigno; Maurizio Pompili; Paolo Girardi et Mario Amore. (2015). European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 24(12) : 1423-1446. Extrait de l'abstract : This paper aimed to investigate systematically the association between the type/number of adverse life events and experiences and suicidal behavior in young people... Adverse life events and experiences included maltreatment and violence, loss events, intra-familial problems, school and interpersonal problems. Studies were restricted to suicidal behavior in young people aged 10–25 years.

Multilevel Developmental Perspectives on Child Maltreatment2015

​Special Issue du no de la revue Development and Psychopathology 27(4pt2) november 2015.

Ontario Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect - 2013 (OIS-2013) | Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal2015

​Fallon, Barbara; Van Wert, Melissa; Trocmé, Nico... et al. Toronto, ON: Child Welfare Research Portal. Résumé: The OIS-2013 is the fifth provincial study to examine the incidence of reported child maltreatment and the characteristics of the children and families investigated by child protection services in Ontario. The OIS‑2013 tracked 5,265 child maltreatment investigations conducted in a representative sample of 17 Child Welfare Service agencies across Ontario in the fall of 2013.

Practice: Therapeutic Approaches for Sexually Abused Children and Adolescents2015

CrimeSolutions.gov - Interventions designed to reduce the negative effects of child sexual abuse, which can include PTSD, internalizing behaviors, and externalizing behaviors. The practice is rated Effective for reducing PTSD symptoms, internalizing behaviors, and externalizing behaviors.

Predictors of Development of Vulnerable Children Receiving Child Welfare Services2015

​Claire Chamberland; Carl Lacharité; Marie-Ève Clément et Danielle Lessard. (2015). Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(10) : 2975-2988. Extrait de l'abstract : This study aims to identify the risk and protective factors most associated with cognitive/language and socio-emotional development of vulnerable children receiving preventive or protective services.

Prevalence of Sexual Abuse in Childhood: Some Critical Methodological Reflections2015

Claude de Tychey; Mélanie Laurent; Joelle Lighezzolo-Alnot: Salomé Garnier & Elena Vandelet. (2015). Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 24(4) : 401-414. This article attempts to analyze the prevalence rates of sexual abuse in childhood reported in comparative empirical studies, giving an overview of a selection of representative studies reporting high rates of abuse and comparing it to an overview of studies reporting lower rates. Extremely discrepant rates of childhood sexual abuse are reported in a number of empirical studies conducted in this field over the past 26 years, particularly those looking beyond prevalence to study the links between this type of trauma and future motherhood.

 

Prevalence of Sexual Abuse in Childhood: Some Critical Methodological Reflections2015

​Claude de Tychey; Mélanie Laurent; Joelle Lighezzolo-Alnot: Salomé Garnier & Elena Vandelet. (2015). Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 24(4) : 401-414. This article attempts to analyze the prevalence rates of sexual abuse in childhood reported in comparative empirical studies, giving an overview of a selection of representative studies reporting high rates of abuse and comparing it to an overview of studies reporting lower rates. Extremely discrepant rates of childhood sexual abuse are reported in a number of empirical studies conducted in this field over the past 26 years, particularly those looking beyond prevalence to study the links between this type of trauma and future motherhood.

Preventing Adolescent Maltreatment: A Focus on Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, and Sexual Exploitation2015

​Daro, Deborah [Ed]; Donnelly, Anne Cohn [Ed]; Huang, Lee Ann [Ed]; Powell, Byron J [Ed]. (2015). Advances in child abuse prevention knowledge: The perspective of new leadership. (pp. 43-65). Extrait de l'abstract : This chapter discusses the prevalence of adolescent maltreatment, explores the need to develop interventions and prevention strategies for adolescent maltreatment within alternative contexts, and identifies emerging strategies and necessary next steps for improving the collective response to adolescent maltreatment prevention. The authors focus specifically on how practices and policies within the child welfare, foster care, and juvenile justice systems, and the response to sexually exploited youth present opportunities for targeting and improving treatment and prevention efforts among adolescents.

Problèmes de comportement chez l’enfant victime d’agression sexuelle: Le rôle de l’attachement2015

​Zephyr, Lory; Cyr, Chantal; Hébert, Martine; Bernier, Annie; Beaudoin, Geneviève. (2015). Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement 47(1) : 91-101. Extrait de l'abstract : The objective of the current study is to examine the link between parental sense of competency, child attachment security, and the presence of internalizing and externalizing problems among 96 preschool children victims of sexual abuse.

Rereporting to Child Protective Services Among Initial Neglect Subtypes2015

​Jiyoung Kang, Hwa-ok Bae, and Tamara Fuller. (2015). Families in Society 96(3) : 185-194. Extrait de l'abstract : A multivariate analysis showed that substantiation of the initial report and service receipt were common predictors of rereporting across all neglect subtypes; being Black, child age, parental relationship, and number of children increased the risk of rereporting for certain neglect subtypes. Regardless of the neglect subtype, cases with substantiation and service receipt required more effective interventions to reduce the risk of rereporting. 

RESTORING SAFETY: AN ATTACHMENT-BASED APPROACH TO CLINICAL WORK WITH A TRAUMATIZED TODDLER2015

​Cette étude de cas clinique a exploré l'intégration de la recherche sur les nourrissons, du développement du cerveau, de la théorie de l'attachement et des modèles de psychothérapie nourrisson-parent/enfant-parent afin d'adresser les besoins des jeunes enfants maltraités et négligés placés en familles d'accueil ou en familles d'adoption. Les enfants traumatisés emploient des stratégies défensives pour survivre lorsqu'il n'y a pas de mode de soin “assez bon” (Winnicott, 1953, p. 94), et les professionnels qui aident peuvent offrir des expériences thérapeutiques pour développer ou restaurer le sens de sécurité de l'enfant. Avec l'exemple de cas d'Anthony et de ses parents d'accueil/adoptifs, l'auteur illustre la manière de gérer et de contenir la terreur, la rage et le chagrin d'un enfant traumatisé à travers des séances thérapeutiques avec le parent et l'enfant ensemble, et à travers le conseil et le soutien parental

Sexual Risk-Taking Among Recently Emancipated Female Foster Youth: Sexual Trauma and Failed Family Reunification Experiences2015

​Gonzalez-Blanks, A. and Yates, T. M. (2015). Journal of Research on Adolescence. Early View. doi: 10.1111/jora.12232 - Extrait de l'abstract : This study investigated relations among child maltreatment, child welfare placements, and sexual risk-taking among 114 recently emancipated female foster youth. Sexual abuse and failed reunifications with parents were associated with greater sexual risk-taking. Moreover, dissociative symptoms exacerbated the relation between sexual abuse and sexual risk-taking.

Special Issue : Decision-making and judgments in child maltreatment prevention and response2015

Child Abuse & Neglect 49 November 2015

 

The Economic Conditions of Child Physical Abuse: A Call for a National Research, Policy, and Practice Agenda.2015

​Aislinn Conrad-Hiebner and Edward Scanlon. (2015). Families in Society 96(1) : 59-66. Extrait de l'abstract : We review social scientific studies that demonstrate the links between child abuse and a range of economic stressors, including poverty, unemployment, and material hardships. Implications for research, practice, and policy are presented, which could enhance the financial well-being of low-income families at risk of child physical abuse.

The exposure of children to intimate partner violence: Potential bridges between two fields in research and psychosocial intervention: Research and interventions often focus on a specific form of violence without considering other forms of victimization2015

​Geneviève Lessard et Pamela Alvarez-Lizotte. (2015). Child Abuse and Neglect, In press. Extrait de l'article: The goal of this article is to discuss the challenge of providing coherent, complementary, and continuous services to children and families confronted with concomitant IPV and CM. Research in the last 15 years has highlighted the need to improve collaboration between the relevant service systems. The article begins with a brief description of present-day knowledge of children's exposure to IPV and of its co-occurrence with CM. This description is followed by a discussion on three important issues that might help us to better understand why it is so difficult to provide coherent, continuous services to children and families confronted with IPV and CM.

 

The Impact of In-Home Services From Child Protective Services on Child Maltreatment Recurrence: A Process Model2015

​Jiyoung Kang. (2015). Families in Society 96(4) : 241-249. Extrait de l'abstract : This study examined the impact of child protective services (CPS) in-home services on child maltreatment recurrence, mediated by perceived match between services and needs and by stress... The findings indicate that among CPS in-home service components (concrete services, clinical services, and emotional support), only emotional support had indirect effects on child maltreatment recurrence; emotional support from a caseworker increased the perceived match between services and needs; the perceived match decreased perceived stress; and decreased stress reduced child maltreatment recurrence.

The importance of therapist and family engagement in treatment implementation2015

T​orres, Marcela M; Fitzgerald, Monica M; Shipman, Kimberly L. dans Reece, Robert M [Ed]; Hanson, Rochelle F [Ed]; Sargent, John [Ed]. (2014). Treatment of child abuse: Common ground for mental health, medical, and legal practitioners (2nd ed.). (pp. 262-271). xvi, 375 pp. Baltimore, MD, US: Johns Hopkins University Press; US. Extrait de l'abstract de PsycINFO: In this chapter we define what is meant by engagement, review common challenges to engaging families affected by child maltreatment and trauma in treatment, and focus on the role of the therapist in family engagement and the importance of cultural competence. We describe specific examples of effective and theoretically derived therapeutic engagement strategies for connecting children and families with evidence-supported treatments (ESTs). Autre chapitre : Cultural considerations for assessment and treatment in child maltreatment cases / Davidson, Tatiana; de Arellano, Michael.pp. 118-131).

The NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol: A Meta-Analytic Review2015

​Luis Roberto Benia; Nelson Hauck-Filho; Mariana Dillenburg & Lilian Milnitsky Stein. (2015). Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 24(3) : 259-279. Extrait de l'abstract : Systematic review and meta-analysis of literature were conducted examining the effectiveness of the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development Investigative Interview Protocol in improving the quality of child forensic interviews... Findings corroborate results from previous studies that suggested the benefits of the protocol on the interviewers’ performance and on children’s informativeness. However, protocol did not show the same performance with regard to preschool children.

The Routledge Handbook of Attachment: Theory2015

​Edited by Paul Holmes, Steve Farnfield. Routledge. 2015. 188 p. Extrait de la TdesM : 1. ABC + D of Attachment Theory: Strange Situation Procedure as the Gold Standard of Attachment Assessment -- 2. Why are we Interested in Attachments? -- 3. The Dynamic Maturational Model (DMM) -- 4. Similarities and Differences of the ABC + D Model and the DMM Classification Systems for Attachment:A Practitioner’s Guide -- 5. Disorganised Attachment and Reactive Attachment Disorders -- 6. Mentalizing in Attachment Contexts -- 7. Attachment, Our Brains, Nervous Systems and Hormones -- 8.All the A’s and an O: Psychiatric diagnostic issues - attachment is not everything -- 9. Other Dimensions of Developmental Influences: Not everything can be explained by attachment theory

Thriving communities: a framework for preventing and intervening early in child neglect | NSPCC2015

​Alice Haynes; Chris Cuthbert; Ruth Gardner; Paula Telford and Dawn Hodson. (2015). National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). Extrait du site : This report is for national and local decision-makers and commissioners. It sets out actions across five levels of society - children, parents, communities, universal services and local government - to help stop child neglect. The report focuses on taking action before the need for intervention from children's social care at a Child in Need or Child Protection level

Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services responses to child maltreatment2015

​Jud, A, Jones, L, Mikton, C.; Trocmé, Nico (et al.). (2015). Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization, 2015.Jud, A, Jones, L, Mikton, C. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization, 2015. Extrait : This toolkit, jointly published by WHO, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, and the University of New Hampshire’s Crimes against Children Research Center, provides academics and decision-makers with information on methodological strategies and tips to conduct national or regional surveillance studies of agency response to child maltreatment and child maltreatment incidence through the collection of administrative data or through surveys of professionals.

Treatment of the Sexually Abused Child: Review and Synthesis of Recent Meta-Analyses2015

​Lorraine T. Benuto and William O’Donohue. (2015). Children and Youth Services Review 56 : 52-60. Extrait de l'abstract : In this paper we critically reviewed the seven meta-analyses and noted that different criteria for inclusion were used and some cases quite different conclusions were drawn. In this paper we describe and evaluate the seven meta-analyses and provide evidence-based treatment recommendations for children and adolescents who have been sexually abused.


 

Understanding the Effects of Maltreatment on Brain Development.2015

​Publication du U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families Administration on Children, Youth and Families Children’s Bureau. Article qui offre une synthèse sur le développement du cerveau et les effets de la maltraitance sur le développement du cerveau ainsi que les implications pour la pratique. Format PDF.

What Works for Whom?: 2e Edition: A Critical Review of Treatments for Children and Adolescents2015

​Fonagy, Peter; Cottrell, David; Phillips, Jeannette; Bevington, Dickon; Glaser, Danya; Allison, Elizabeth. (2015). New York, NY, US: Guilford Press; US. 639 pp. Extrait de l'éditeur : New to This Edition: Incorporates over a decade of research advances and evolving models of evidence-based care. - New chapter topic: child maltreatment. - Separate chapters on self-injurious behavior, eating disorders, and substance use disorders (previously covered in a single chapter on self-harming disorders). - Expanded chapters on depression, anxiety, and conduct disorder.

A Profile of Reported Emotional Maltreatment in Canada in 2008.2014

​Article de Anna Kozlowski, Kristen Lwin & Barbara Fallon publié sur le Canadian Child Welfare Portal (2014)

Abus, maltraitance et négligence : (1) épidémiologie et retentissements psychiques, somatiques et sociaux X.2014

X. Benarous; A. Consoli; M. Raffin et D. Cohen. (2014). Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence 62(5) : 299-312. Extrait du résumé: . Les travaux d’épidémiologie observationnelle ont permis de mieux définir les différents facteurs de risque associés au contexte de maltraitance (individuels, environnementaux et familiaux), et d’évaluer les retentissements psychiques mais aussi somatiques et sociaux à long terme de la maltraitance juvénile. Sur le plan psychiatrique, l’association avec les troubles anxieux, dépressifs et les troubles du comportement de l’adolescent est forte, et surtout présente chez les filles en cas d’addiction. Le suicide reste la première cause de mortalité dans cette population. Au-delà de leurs plus fortes prévalences, ces troubles sont aussi plus souvent sévères, résistants et récurrents.

Abus, maltraitance et négligence : (2) prévention et principes de prise en charge2014

X. Benarous; A. Consoli; M. Raffin et D. Cohen. (2014). Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence 62(5) : 313-325. Extrait du résumé: Cette seconde partie a pour objectif de présenter une revue de la littérature des études évaluant l’efficacité de différentes stratégies de prises en charge médico-sociales... Par ailleurs, les recherches sur les facteurs de risques de maltraitance ont encouragé le développement d’interventions ciblées auprès des familles cumulant des facteurs de risques psychosociaux pour promouvoir la qualité des liens parents–enfants et les compétences parentales. Des programmes, prenant par exemple la forme de visites régulières au domicile en collaboration avec les services de périnatalité, ont montré des résultats satisfaisants, bien que les effets directs sur la maltraitance restent encore à préciser. De telles interventions sont actuellement en cours d’évaluation en France.

Acknowledging complexity in the impacts of sexual vicimtisation trauma2014

​Liz Wall & Antonia Quadara (2014).ACSSA issues 16. Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault

Agressions chez les enfants et les jeunes au Canada2014

​Publication de l'Institut canadien d'information sur la santé (2014). Document en ligne. Fiche d'information tirée des données de Statistique Canada dans laquelle on apprend que 45 garçons et 30 fi lles de moins de 20 ans sont décédés des suites d’une agression en 2011 au Canada. Fiche en ligne.

Child abuse and mental disorders in Canada2014

​Afifi, Tracie O, et al. CMAJ, 2014 [Online First], p. 1-9. Extrait du résumé de VIsAge, mai 2014: Cette étude menée auprès de 23 395 Canadiens révèle une prévalence élevée de victimes : 32 % affirment en effet avoir subi des abus à l’enfance. Parmi cet échantillon, plus du quart rend compte de sévices corporels et environ 10 % d’agressions d’ordre sexuel. Ces résultats démontrent l’importance d’agir au niveau préventif auprès de cette clientèle vulnérable pour ainsi freiner le développement de désordres psychologiques.

Child abuse and neglect re-reports: Combining and comparing data from two national sources2014

​Melissa Dolan; Cecilia Casanueva; Keith Smith; Orin Day and Kathryn Dowd. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review 47(Part3) : 323-333. Extrait de l'abstract : Findings illuminate methodological challenges that may arise when child maltreatment re-report and recurrence data from administrative and survey sources are merged, and the value of the union of state-level administrative data with national survey data for studies of safety and well-being of children reported for maltreatment.

Child maltreatment rates assessed in a national household survey of caregivers and youth2014

​David Finkelhor; Jennifer Vanderminden; Heather Turner; Sherry Hamby et Anne Shattuck. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2014.05.005 Extrait de l'abstract : This paper reports on national estimates for past year child maltreatment from a national household survey conducted in 2011. It also discusses the validity of such estimates in light of other available epidemiology... Many of the study's estimates were reasonable in light of other child maltreatment epidemiological studies, but comparisons about emotional abuse and neglect were problematic because of ambiguity about definitions.

Child welfare investigations involving exposure to intimate partner violence : Case and worker characteristics2014

​Barbara Fallon; Tara Black; Kristina Nikolova; Sarah Tarshis et Stephanie Baird. (2014). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience 2(1) : 71-76. Extrait du résumé: This paper explores child welfare investigations involving three forms of children’s exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV): direct witness to physical violence, indirect exposure to physical violence, and exposure to emotional violence, and the characteristics associated with these subtypes.

Child welfare services and risk of child maltreatment rereports: Do services ameliorate initial risk?2014

​Tamara Fuller, Martin Nieto. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.11.015 Extrait de l'abstract: The current study used propensity score matching to create two groups of investigated families that were equally matching in their likelihood of receiving child welfare services, and then compared their rates of subsequent maltreatment reports over a 24-month period following the initial investigation. Results indicate that even after matching on pretreatment risk, families who received services were significantly more likely to be rereported than families who did not, suggesting that child welfare services may lack a sufficient level of effectiveness in achieving their stated goal of preventing additional maltreatment.

Complex Trauma2014

​Matthew Kliethermes, Megan Schacht, Kate Drewry . (2014). Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 23(2) : 339-361. DOI: 10.1016/j.chc.2013.12.009 Extrait de l'abstract : Complex trauma refers to traumatic events that are chronic, interpersonal, and occur within the context of caregiving relationships; the term also describes the pattern of symptoms associated with such experiences. This article explores the prevalence, causes, and phenomenology of complex trauma in children and adolescents. The investigators also describe family-related and system-related issues, assessment strategies, diagnostic challenges, and clinical intervention options.

Complex trauma2014

​Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault. (2014). Courte bibliographie sur le thème comprenant : Reports & publications - Policy development - Practice and service resources

Comprendre et prévenir la maltraitance envers les enfants2014

​Revue canadienne de santé mentale communautaire 33(2) décembre 2014. Numéro spécial Comprendre et prévenir la maltraitance envers les enfants

Conduites parentales psychologiquement violentes et problèmes de comportement des jeunes: Une étude bidirectionnelle2014

​Pouliot-Lapointe, Joëlle; Gagné, Marie-Hélène; Drapeau, Sylvie; Saint-Jacques, Marie-Christine. (2014). Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement 46(2) : 193-204. Extrait du résumé: La présente étude met en lumière la stabilité des conduites parentales psychologiquement violentes et des problèmes intériorisées et extériorisés.

Confronting Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse2014

​Cynthia Crosson-Tower Professor Emerita, Fitchburg State University February 2014 376 pages SAGE Publications, Inc Paperback ISBN: 9781483333113 $58.00 Extrait du résumé: Confronting Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse is the first text to examine the history, theory, treatment, and prevention of this complex phenomenon. With in-depth insights into the psychologies of victims, their families, and the perpetrators, this comprehensive text shows readers how to recognize the symptoms and impact of childhood sexual abuse, critically engage with the unique nature of each case, complete a thorough assessment, develop a treatment plan, and effectively intervene in critical situations.

Constellations of Interpersonal Trauma and Symptoms in Child Welfare: Implications for a Developmental Trauma Framework2014

​Constellations of Interpersonal Trauma and Symptoms in Child Welfare: Implications for a Developmental Trauma Framework
Kisiel, C. L., Fehrenbach, T., Torgersen, E., Stolbach, B., McClelland, G., Griffin, G., & Burkman, K. (2014). Journal of Family Violence 29(1) : 1-14. Extrait de l'abstract : Findings suggest a developmental trauma framework can more adequately capture the spectrum of needs of these multiply traumatized youth than existing diagnostic formulations. Utilizing this framework for assessment, treatment planning, and intervention can lead to more targeted and effective services for these children.

 

 

Coup d'oeil sur la transmission intergénérationnelle de la maltraitance2014

​Coup d'oeil sur la transmission intergénérationnelle de la maltraitance Richard, M.-C., Pelletier, A., Dessureault, M.-P., et Fournier, V. (2014). Coup d'oeil sur la transmission intergénérationnelle de la maltraitance. Source :Observatoire de la maltraitance envers les enfants du CJM-IU. Résumé: "Le texte fait le point sur les connaissances actuelles en matière de transmission intergénérationnelle de la maltraitance. Il présente quelques concepts liés à une perspective de résilience et propose une orientation de l'intervention misant sur les facteurs favorables à la rupture de cette transmission intergénérationnelle.

Disentangling over-representation of parents with disabilities in the child welfare system: Exploring child maltreatment risk factors of parents with disabilities2014

​Elizabeth Lightfoot and Espeth Slayter. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review 47(Part3) : 283-290. Extrait de l'abstract : The study explores the risk factors for child maltreatment and self-reported child maltreatment among a population-based sample of parents with disabilities. Drawing on a nationally-representative, population-based data file that oversampled people of color, income-adjusted odds ratio tests were conducted to establish population differences among parents with and without limitations in activities of daily living (ADLs).

Does type of harm matter? A factorial survey examining the influence of child neglect on child protection decision-making2014

​Stokes, J. et Taylor, J. (2014). Child Care in Practice, 20(4), 383-398. Extrait du résumé : Les auteurs de la présente étude ont analysé la façon dont les travailleurs sociaux prennent des décisions au sujet des dossiers de maltraitance envers les enfants, particulièrement concernant le schéma d’intervention utilisé dans les cas de négligence.

Early childhood maltreatment and trajectories of behavioral problems: Exploring gender and racial differences2014

​Meripa T. Godinet; Fenfang Li et Teresa Berg. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect 38(3) : 544–556. Extrait de l'abstract : The current study aimed to examine the trajectory of child behavior problems over time as a function of early maltreatment. We anticipated that early alleged maltreatment would have a substantial impact on both internalizing and externalizing behaviors. The impact of gender and racial differences in the trajectories were also examined.

Evaluating the Frequency, Co-occurrence, and Psychosocial Correlates of Childhood Multiple Victimization2014

​Lyzon K. Babchishin et Elisa Romano. (2014). Revue canadienne de santé mentale communautaire, Sous presse. pp. 47-65 Extrait du résumé : Cette étude porte sur la victimisation multiple (c.-à-d., exposition à plus d’un type de victimisation), qui est une expérience courante chez les enfants avec un historique de victimisation. Les parents d’enfants d’âge scolaire (N = 213) ont rempli dans l’anonymat un questionnaire sur internet, évaluant les expériences de victimisation et le fonctionnement psychologique de leurs enfants. Les résultats démontrent la présence courante de la victimisation multiple (86,9%) ainsi que la cooccurrence entre les différentes expériences de victimisation.

Evidence-Based Approaches for the Treatment of Maltreated Children : Considering core components and treatment effectiveness2014

Timmer, Susan, Urquiza, Anthony (Eds.). (2014). Springer. 302 p. 8 illus. Series: Child Maltreatment, Vol. 3 - ISBN 978-94-007-7404-9 Extrait de l'éditeur : This volume provides an overview of the research describing the effects of child maltreatment on mental health, cognitive and social-emotional development. It offers descriptions of selected empirically based treatments (EBTs) written by scholars associated with its development, training, or research on its effectiveness. Extrait de la tdm: Interventions for infants and toddlers - Young children - Middle childhood - Adolescents - Disseminating evidence-based practices. ​

 

Factors associated with resilience in preschoolers reporting sexual abuse : A typological analysis2014

​Factors associated with resilience in preschoolers reporting sexual abuse : A typological analysis  Martine Hébert; Rachel Langevin et Florence Charest. (2014). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience 2(1) : 46-58. Extrait de l'abstract : The objectives of this study were to explore the diversity of profiles in sexually abused preschoolers and identify possible protective factors associated with individual differences in outcomes.

Family problems experienced in childhood and adolescence affect brain development2014

​Press Releases Feb. 19, 2014. Dr Walsh, from (University of East Anglia) UEA’s School of Psychology, Extrait du site: New research has revealed that exposure to common family problems during childhood and early adolescence affects brain development, which could lead to mental health issues in later life.

Family reunification for placed children in Québec, Canada: A longitudinal study2014

Tonino Esposito; Nico Trocmé; Martin Chabot;Delphine Collin-Vézina; Aron Shlonsky and Vandna Sinha. Children and Youth Services Review 44: 278-287. Extrait de l'abstract : Irrespective of age at initial placement, the decreased likelihood of family reunification was statistically explained by a combination of psychological abuse, physical and health neglect, parents' high risk lifestyle, sexual abuse, school neglect, hospital referrals, placement instability, number of investigations, and neighborhood area socioeconomic disadvantages.

Family violence: Fathers assessing and managing their risk to children and women2014

​Joan Pennell; R.V. Rikard and Tia Sanders-Rice. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review 47(Part1) : 36-45. Extrait de l'abstract : All too often, child protective workers fail to identify domestic violence, thus, endangering both child and adult family members. A potential solution is engaging men who abuse in assessing and managing their own risk to family members. This was the aim of a psycho-educational fathering program developed and tested in the southeastern United States.

Family violence: Fathers assessing and managing their risk to children and women2014

​Joan Pennell; R.V. Rikard and Tia Sanders-Rice. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review 47(Part1) : 36-45. Extrait de l'abstract : All too often, child protective workers fail to identify domestic violence, thus, endangering both child and adult family members. A potential solution is engaging men who abuse in assessing and managing their own risk to family members. This was the aim of a psycho-educational fathering program developed and tested in the southeastern United States.

Guide pour prévenir la maltraitance2014

​Marc Gérard Yapaka, Bruxelles. 2014. Extrait du résumé: Or la maltraitance n’est pas un phénomène univoque : elle prend des formes et des degrés de gravité très variables. Les enjeux sont complexes et peuvent créer des tensions contradictoires. Ce guide vise à rendre compte de cette réalité. Il présente l’essentiel des données actuelles concernant les mauvais traitements physiques, les négligences, les abus sexuels et la maltraitance psychologique. Le texte, dont le fil conducteur est l’expérience clinique, met l’accent, en les illustrant, sur les critères liés à l’âge de l’enfant, sur les indices comportementaux, sur les attitudes parentales, sur les signes de souffrance de l’enfant.

High prevalence of exposure to the child welfare system among street-involved youth in a Canadian setting: Implications for policy and practice2014

​Barker, B., Kerr, T., Alfred, G-T., Fortin, M., Nguyen, P., Wood, E. et DeBeck, K. (2014).  BMC Public Health, 14(1).  Extrait du résumé. L'étude vise à fournir une estimation de la prévalence des antécédents de prise en charge des jeunes de la rue par les services publics en se basant sur les données de l’At-Risk Youth Study (ARYS). 

Impact of physical maltreatment on the regulation of negative affect and aggression2014

​Jessica E. Shackman and Seth D. Pollak. (2014). Development and Psychopathology 26(4pt1) : 1021-1033. Extrait de l'abstract : Physically maltreated children are at risk for developing externalizing behavioral problems characterized by reactive aggression. The current experiment tested the relationships between individual differences in a neural index of social information processing, histories of child maltreatment, child negative affect, and aggressive behavior.

Improving Reunification Practice: Pathways Home, Progress and Outcomes for Children Returning from Care to Their Parents2014

Elaine Farmer. (2014). British Journal of Social Work 44(2) : 348-366 first doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcs093 Extrait de l'abstract : This article reports on a study of 180 children returned to their parent/s in six local authorities, who were followed up for two years. The article examines what led to reunification, how well children and parent/s were prepared and supported, children's progress and outcomes and what helped returns to succeed. Pressures affected most returns, but preparation, appropriate services, purposeful social work practice and foster carer assistance with reunion contributed to return stability. However, many children returned to parents whose problems had not been resolved and continuing parental alcohol and/or drugs misuse was associated with maltreatment after return. Almost half the children were maltreated and nearly half the returns broke down.

Interventions to Prevent Child Maltreatment2014

​MacMillan, HL, Wathen, CN. Research Brief: Interventions to Prevent Child Maltreatment. PreVAiL: Preventing Violence Across the Lifespan Research Network. London, ON. 2014.

Is childhood cruelty to animals a marker for physical maltreatment in a prospective cohort study of children?2014

​Fiona S. McEwen; Terrie E. Moffitt et Louise Arseneault. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect 38(2) : 533-543. Extrait de l'abstract : Childhood cruelty to animals is thought to indicate that a child may have been maltreated. This study examined: (a) prevalence of cruelty to animals among 5- to 12-year-old children; (b) the association between cruelty to animals, child physical maltreatment, and adult domestic violence; and (c) whether cruelty to animals is a marker of maltreatment taking into account age, persistence of cruelty, and socioeconomic disadvantage... The usefulness of cruelty to animals as a marker for maltreatment increases with the child's age, persistence of behavior, and poorer social background.

L’exposition à la violence familiale : effets du cumul d’autres formes de violence2014

​Annie Dumont; Geneviève Lessard; Katie Cyr; Claire Chamberland et Marie-Ève Clément. (2014). Criminologie 47(1) : 149-166. Extrait du résumé : Les résultats de cette recherche portent sur l’accumulation de diverses formes de violence et leurs conséquences sur les jeunes exposés à la violence familiale (EVF). Les hypothèses de départ sont : 1- les jeunes EVF vivent plus de violences diverses et plus de symptômes de trauma que les enfants non exposés ; 2- l’accumulation de violences dans la vie de ces jeunes a un effet modérateur sur les conséquences de l’EVF

La violence familiale envers les enfants et les jeunes2014

Tamy Super, Juristat, Statistique Canada, (2014). Résumé : Le texte  présente diverses données statistiques sur violence  envers les enfants rapportées par la police. Les données policières révèlent que le quart des enfants et des jeunes victimes ont été agressés par un membre de la famille en 2013.

Les infractions sexuelles commises contre les enfants et les jeunes déclarées par la police au Canada, 20122014

​Article de Juristat. Composante du produit no 85-002-X au catalogue de Statistique Canada. par Adam Cotter and Pascale Beaupré Centre canadien de la statistique juridique Diffusé le 28 mai 2014.

L'infanticide. Portrait du phénomène à la lumière des écrits et de l'expérience clinique2014

​Renée Fugère et Renée Roy (2014). L'information psychiatrique 90(8) : 657-661. Extrait du résumé: Cet article résume la littérature de plusieurs décennies et l’expérience clinique des auteurs. Outre la définition, les aspects historiques, psychosociaux, cliniques et légaux seront évoqués. - Autre article dans ce no : Jean-Luc Viaux. Maltraitance et infanticide. pp. 633-639. Extrait du résumé: Cet article se propose de faire l’exposé de cette problématique et de focaliser l’attention sur cette réalité aussi incontestable que compliquée à appréhender sur le terrain.

Maltraitance chez l'enfant : repérage et conduite à tenir.2014

​Fiche Mémo de la Haute autorité de santé, France (2014). Document en ligne. Cette fiche traite de la question des violences interpersonnelles et de leur impact sur la santé. Elle s’adresse à l’ensemble des professionnels de santé en situation d’observation clinique de l’enfant avec une insistance plus particulière sur la place des médecins compte tenu de leur rôle décisionnel.

Maltreatment-Related Investigations involving Children and Youth with Disabilities in Canada in 2008.2014

​Feuillet d'information rédigé par Aline Bogossian, Radha MacCulloch et Nico Trocmé publié sur le site du Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal (2014)

Maltreatment-Related Investigations Involving Children with Academic Difficulty in Canada in 2008: Age, Gender and Primary Category of Investigated Maltreatment.2014

Feuillet d'information rédigé par ​Jaime Wegner-Lohin & Barbara Fallon et publié par le Canadian Child Welfare Research Portail (2014). Document en ligne.

Maternal Childhood Maltreatment and Offspring Emotional and Behavioral Problems2014

​Jolien Rijlaarsdam et al. (2014). Child Maltreatment 19(2): 67-78. Extrait de l'abstract : Findings from structural equation modeling showed that the association between a maternal maltreatment history and her offspring’s externalizing problems was explained by maternal hostility and harsh discipline and, at least partially, also by paternal hostility and harsh discipline. Child interview data provided support for both these indirect paths, with associations largely similar to those observed for parent reports.

Neuroscience and the risks of maltreatment2014

​Eileen Munro, Kristina Musholt. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.11.002 Extrait de l'abstract: It is concluded that neuroscience has the potential to contribute to our understanding of the causes and effects of maltreatment but cannot do so in isolation from the social sciences.

Numéro thématique sur la polyvictimisation des jeunes.2014

​Katie Cyr, Claire Chamberland et Marie-Ève Clément (2014). Criminologie (47) 1, p.5-266 :

Numéro thématique sur l'abus physique2014

​Child Abuse & Neglect 38 (12) December 2014. Numéro thématique sur l'abus physique : Prevalence, Effects, and Intervention, Consequences of Exposure to Violence.

Parents who hit and scream: Interactive effects of verbal and severe physical aggression on clinic-referred adolescents’adjustment2014

​Michelle LeRoy; Annette Mahoney; Paul Boxer; Rebecca Lakin Gullan et Qijuan Fang. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect 38(5) : 893–901. Extrait de l'abstract : The goals of this study were first, to delineate the co-occurrence of parental severe physical aggression and verbal aggression toward clinic-referred adolescents, and second, to examine the interactive effects of parental severe physical aggression and verbal aggression on adolescent externalizing and internalizing behavior problems.

Predicting recurrent maltreatment among high-risk families: Applying the Decision-Making Ecology Framework2014

​Children and Youth Services Review 43 : 29-39. Extrait de l'abstract: Recurrent maltreatment is an easily measured indicator of the extent to which CPS agencies have met their primary objective; achieving safety for children reported as suspected victims of maltreatment... The current study used hierarchical linear modeling to analyze data from the National Study of Child and Adolescent Well-being II. Specifically, in an application of the Decision-Making Ecology Framework (Baumann, Dalgeish, Fluke, & Kern, 2011), this study sought to understand what family, caseworker, agency, and community factors contribute to the risk of recurrent maltreatment among high-risk families.

Prévenir la maltraitance envers les enfants au moyen du marketing social2014

​Gagné, Marie-Hélène, Véronique Lachance et autres. . Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, (2014), p. 85-107.
Extrati du résumé: Le présent article s’adresse aux chercheurs, décideurs et praticiens et praticiennes qui œuvrent dans le domaine de la prévention de la maltraitance envers les enfants, afin de les outiller pour élaborer des campagnes de MS efficaces dans ce domaine. Il examine le potentiel de cette approche pour réduire l’incidence des comportements parentaux
coercitifs, violents, incohérents ou négligents, et rehausser le recours aux pratiques parentales positives

Problèmes de comportement chez l’enfant victime d’agression sexuelle : le rôle de l’attachement2014

​Zephyr, Lory; Cyr, Chantal; Hébert, Martine; Bernier, Annie; Beaudoin, Geneviève. (2014). Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement, sous presse. doi: 10.1037/a0037592 Extrait de l'abstract : The objective of the current study is to examine the link between parental sense of competency, child attachment security, and the presence of internalizing and externalizing problems among 96 preschool children victims of sexual abuse. Results indicate that attachment insecurity, as assessed by the Attachment Q-Sort completed by the mother, is associated with a greater likelihood of child behaviour problems. Specifically, the more securely attached a child is to their parent, the less that child will show internalizing and externalizing problems.

Profiling parental child sex abuse2014

​Jane Goodman-Delahunty (2014). Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice (465). 8 p. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. Extrait du Foreword: The findings revealed that parental sex offenders have a distinctive profile unlike that of other child sexual offenders and are more criminally versatile than presupposed. This may provide useful information to support clinical practice and preventive interventions aimed at increasing offender desistance and reducing threats to the safety and welfare of young children and their families.

Risk factors as moderators of recovery during and after interventions for children exposed to interparental violence2014

​Overbeek, Mathilde M.; de Schipper, J. Clasien; Lamers-Winkelman, Francien; Schuengel, Carlo. (2014). American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 84(3): 295-306. doi: 10.1037/ort0000007 Extrait de l'abstract : Tested moderators were child maltreatment, symptoms of disordered attachment, parental psychopathology, parenting stress, poverty, and IPV characteristics. Children without symptoms of disinhibited social engagement disorder, children of parents with high levels of psychopathology, and children of parents with high levels of parenting stress showed strongest recovery.

Sexual abuse of children and youth in residential care: An international review2014

​Margaretha C. Timmerman and Pauline R. Schreuder. (2014). Aggression and Violent Behavior 19(6) : 715-720. Extrait de l'abstract : This paper reports the results of an international review of academic literature on sexual abuse in residential child and youth care, 1945–2011. The review focusses on questions related to the nature and scope of sexual abuse, on personal and institutional factors providing either protection or risk, and on how residential institutions have responded to signals of sexual abuse.

Strain, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts among maltreated adolescents in the United States2014

​Carol Cooheya, April Dirks-Bihunb, Lynette M. Rennerc, Robert Ballerd. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect 38(7) : 1171–1179. Extrait de l'abstract : Adolescents who experience child maltreatment and who appear to be disconnected from caregivers, friends and school should be screened for depression and suicidal thoughts.

Strategies to promote uptake and use of intimate partner violence and child maltreatment knowledge: an integrative review2014

​Jennifer CD MacGregor; Nadine Wathen; Anita Kothari; Prabhpreet K Hundal and Anthony Naimi. (2014). BMC Public Health 14:862. Extrait du background : Our research asked: 1) What is the extent of IPV/CM-specific KT research? 2) What KT strategies effectively translate IPV/CM knowledge? and 3) What are the barriers and facilitators relevant to translating IPV/CM-specific knowledge?

Suicidality Among Preadolescent Maltreated Children in Foster Care2014

Heather N. Taussig; Scott B. Harpin and Sabine A. Maguire. (2014). Child Maltreatment 19(1) : 17-26. Extrait de l' abstract: This study sought to determine the prevalence of suicidal ideation, plans, and attempts among 515 preadolescent (aged 9–11 years) maltreated children who entered foster care within the prior year... It is critically important that these high-risk children are screened for suicidality before adolescence and that caregivers and professionals are informed of their risk status so that they may implement mental health treatment, monitoring, and harm reduction measures. LM

The Association Between Childhood Physical Abuse and Dyslexia : Findings From a Population-Based Study2014

​Esme Fuller-Thomson et Stephen R. Hooper. (2014). Journal of Interpersonal Violence, In Press. doi: 10.1177/0886260514540808 Extrait de l'abstract: The objective of this study was to determine the relationship between a history of dyslexia and childhood physical abuse in a large population-based epidemiological sample. It was hypothesized that the prevalence of dyslexia would be significantly higher in individuals who reported a childhood history of physical abuse in comparison to those who did not report such a history.

The economic costs of child abuse and neglect2014

​Child Family Community Australia Fact Sheet— September 2014. Cet article, examine présente l'état des dépenses liées à l'abus et la négligence des enfants par les ministères responsables des services de protection de l'enfance en Australie. Les coûts plus larges à long terme de l'abus et de la négligence à la société sont également discutés.

The Effect of Early Head Start on Child Welfare System Involvement: A First Look at Longitudinal Child Maltreatment Outcomes2014

​Beth L. Green; Catherine Ayoub; Jessica Dym Bartlett; Adam Von Ende; Carrie Furrer; Rachel Chazan-Cohen; Claire Vallotton and Joanne Klevens. (2014). Children and Youth Services Review, In Press. Extrait de l'abstract : Early Head Start (EHS), a dual generational program serving low-income families with children prenatally through age three years, is one of the largest federally funded programs for infants and toddlers in the United States. A national randomized trial found EHS to be effective in improving parent and child outcomes, but its effectiveness in reducing child maltreatment was not assessed. The current study used administrative data from state child welfare agencies to examine the impact of EHS on documented abuse and neglect among children from seven of the original seventeen programs in the national EHS randomized controlled trial.

Toxicomanie au Canada : Voies menant aux troubles liés aux substances dans l’enfance et l’adolescence2014

​Citation proposée : Leyton, M., et S. Stewart (éds). Toxicomanie au Canada : Voies menant aux troubles liés aux substances dans l’enfance et l’adolescence, Ottawa (Ontario), Centre canadien de lutte contre les toxicomanies, 2014. © Centre canadien de lutte contre les toxicomanies, 2014 Sommaire: 1 Comprendre les facteurs de risque de toxicomanie / Robert Pihl 2 Voie développementale de l’extériorisation menant aux troubles liés aux substances / Malak Abu-Shakra et Sylvia Cox 3 Voie développementale de l’intériorisation menant aux troubles liés aux substances / Maeve O’Leary-Barrett 4 Approche développementale à l’égard de la prévention et de l’intervention / Line Brotnow et Rajita Sinha 5 Appel à l’action / Rajita Sinha et Line Brotnow

Type of Investigation, Substantiation and Primary Category of Substantiated Maltreatment for First Nations Children across Canada2014

​Feuillet d'information rédigé par Ashley Quinn, Jennifer Nutton, Anne Blumenthal et Nico Trocmé et publié sur le site du Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal (2014).

Un survol de la violence familiale2014

​Andrea Taylor-Butts, Juristat, 2014.
Résumé : Le texte  présente diverses données statistiques sur la violence familiale au Canada issues de la police. Les données sur les tendances témoignent d’une diminution des actes de violence familiale déclarés par la police.

Untangling the relative contribution of maltreatment severity and frequency to type of behavioral outcome in foster youth2014

​Yo Jackson; Joy Gabrielli, Kandace Fleming, Angela M. Tunno and P. Kalani Makanui. (2014). Child Abuse and Neglect, In Press. Extrait de l'abstract : The purpose of the present study was to identify and test the potential unique role of type, frequency, and severity of maltreatment to elucidate each variable's role in predicting outcome behavior. Data from 309 youth in foster care (ages 8–22) and their caregivers were collected using the Modified Maltreatment Classification System and the Behavioral Assessment System for Children, 2nd Edition (BASC2), to measure maltreatment exposure and behavioral outcome respectively... Maltreatment is a complex construct and researchers are encouraged to examine components of abuse that may be differentially related to outcome behavior for youth. Untangling the multifaceted nature of abuse is important and may have implications for identifying specific outcomes for youth exposed to maltreatment.

Urgent protection versus chronic need: Clarifying the dual mandate of child welfare services across Canada.2014

​Feuillet d'information rédigé par Nico Trocmé, Alicia Kyte, Vandna Sinha et Barbara Fallon, publié dans la revue Social Science  2014, 3(3), 483-498; doi:10.3390/socsci3030483

Victimization, Substance Use, and Sexual Aggression in Male Adolescent Sexual Offenders.2014

​Victoria A. Marini,George S. Leibowitz, David L. Burton et Timothy R. Stickle. Criminal Justice and Behavior May 2014 vol. 41 no. 5 p. 635-649. Sommaire : L'étude à examiné les relations entre la victimisation des enfants, la consommation de substances avant la perpétration d'une infraction sexuelle et la force utilisée lors d'une infraction d'ordre sexuel dans un échantillon de de jeunes délinquants sexuels vivant dans le cadre d'un placement résidentiel.

Who abuses children?2014

​Family Community Australia Fact Sheet— September 2014. Cet article présente un aperçu des connaissances sur qui sont ceux qui maltraitent les enfants.

Why are suspected cases of child maltreatment referred by educators so often unsubstantiated?2014

​King, C., & Scott, K. (2014). Child Abuse & Neglect, 38(1), 1-10. Les professionnels de l’éducation sont particulièrement bien placés pour signaler les cas de maltraitance des enfants en raison de la fréquence des contacts qu’ils ont avec eux et avec les parents. Les recherches antérieures indiquent que malgré la position privilégiée des éducateurs, le taux de signalements non corroborés qu’ils font aux services de protection de l’enfance est plus élevé que celui d’autres professionnels (par exemple les policiers, les médecins).Les chercheurs de la présente étude ont effectué une analyse secondaire des données de l’Étude sur l’incidence des signalements de cas de violence et de négligence envers les enfants 2013 (ECI-2003) afin de déterminer les caractéristiques qui pourraient expliquer ce taux de non-corroboration

Youth victimization in Sweden: Prevalence, characteristics and relation to mental health and behavioral problems in young adulthood2014

Åsa K. Cater, Anna-Karin Andershed, Henrik Andershed (2014). Extrait de l'abstract: The present study examines multiple types of victimization simultaneously, their prevalence and characteristics in childhood and adolescence, and it examines the associations between victimization and poly-victimization on the one hand and single and multiple mental health and behavioral problems on the other.

A comparative effectiveness review of parenting and trauma-focused interventions for children exposed to maltreatment.2013

​Fraser JG, Lloyd S, Murphy R, Crowson M, Zolotor AJ, Coker-Schwimmer E, & Viswanathan M. (2013). Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 34(353), 368. Review Quality Rating: 8 (strong) Extrait de l'abstract: To systematically review the comparative effectiveness evidence for interventions to ameliorate the negative sequelae of maltreatment exposure in children ages birth to 14 years

A developmental approach to the risk of a first recurrence in child protective services2013

Sonia Hélie, Catherine Laurier, Catherine Pineau-Villeneuve, Marie-Noële Royer. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect 37(12) : 1132–1141. The objective of this study is to estimate the risk of a first recurrence over a five-year period following initial child protective services (CPS) intervention and identify the characteristics associated with the risk of recurrence for three different age groups... These findings highlight the need to adopt a differential approach that takes into account the child's age, both in the provision of protective services and in research involving the population receiving such services.

A Short Form of the Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children2013

Jeffrey N. Wherry; Kimberly Corson & Stephen Hunsaker. (2013). Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 22(7) : 796-821 DOI:10.1080/10538712.2013.830667 Extrait de l'abstract: The short form evidenced good convergent validity with parent ratings obtained from the Child Behavior Checklist, the Child Sexual Behavior Inventory, and the University of California at Los Angeles Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Reaction Index (UCLA PTSD RI). Norms (t-scores and percentiles based on raw scores) were calculated by age and by gender. The short form has promise as a screening measure with parents in settings like a child advocacy center.

A systematic review of abusive visceral injuries in childhood—Their range and recognition2013

​S.A. Maguire, M. Upadhyaya, A. Evans, M.K. Mann, M.M. Haroon, V. Tempest, R.C. Lumb, A.M. Kemp. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect 37(7) : 430–445. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2012.10.009 Extrait de l'abstract: To define what abusive visceral injuries occur, including their clinical features and the value of screening tests for abdominal injury among abused children

Adolescent risk factors for child maltreatment2013

​Terence P. Thornberry, Mauri Matsuda, Sarah J. Greenman, Megan Bears Augustyn, Kimberly L. Henry, Carolyn A. Smith, Timothy O. Ireland. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.08.009 Extrait de l'abstract: Risk factors represent 10 developmental domains: area characteristics, family background/structure, parent stressors, exposure to family violence, parent–child relationships, education, peer relationships, adolescent stressors, antisocial behaviors, and precocious transitions to adulthood. Maltreatment is measured by substantiated reports from Child Protective Services records. Many individual risk factors (20 at early adolescence and 14 at later adolescence) are significantly, albeit moderately, predictive of maltreatment. Several developmental domains stand out, including family background/structure, education, antisocial behaviors, and precocious transitions. In addition, there is a pronounced impact of cumulative risk on the likelihood of maltreatment.

Aide-mémoire pour l’évaluation des enfants et des adolescents en danger de maltraitance2013

​J. Vandevoorde. (2013). Neuropsychiatrie de l'Enfance et de l'Adolescence 61(6) : 371–378. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neurenf.2013.05.004 Extrait du résumé: L’article propose un aide-mémoire baptisé Référentiel d’évaluation d’enfant en danger (REED) balayant les principaux phénomènes maltraitants à travers le contexte social, les dispositions parentales générales des parents envers l’enfant, le danger encouru pour l’enfant (physique, sexuel, négligence et psychologique), l’attitude de l’enfant envers ses parents, le développement de l’enfant et la relation entre les services d’aide et les familles.

An examination of delinquency in a national Canadian sample of child maltreatment-related investigations2013

​An examination of delinquency in a national Canadian sample of child maltreatment-related investigations
Melissa Van Wert, Jennifer Ma, Rachael Lefebvre, and Barbara Fallon. (2013). International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience (IJCAR) 1(1). Extrait de l'abstract: Delinquency was examined in pre-adolescents, and youth justice system involvement was examined in adolescents. Analyses were conducted to identify significant correlates and whether the presence of delinquency/justice system involvement predicted the investigation being transferred to ongoing child welfare services, or resulting in an out-of-home child welfare placement.

Child Exposure to Trauma: Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions Addressing Maltreatment2013

​Goldman Fraser, J.; Lloyd, SW.; Murphy, RA.; Crowson, MM. (et al.). (2013). Comparative Effectiveness Review No. 89. (Prepared by the RTIUNC Evidence-based Practice Center under Contract No. 290-2007-10056-I.) AHRQ Publication No. 13-EHC002-EF. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Child Maltreatment 20122013

​Children's Bureau | Administration for Children and Families. (2013). This report presents national data about child abuse and neglect known to child protective services agencies in the United States during federal fiscal year 2012.

Child maltreatment and repeat presentations to the emergency department for suicide-related behaviors2013

Anne E. Rhodes, Michael H. Boyle, Jennifer Bethell, Christine Wekerle, Lil Tonmyr, Deborah Goodman, Bruce Leslie, Kelvin Lam, Ian Manion (2013).  Étude visant à identifier les facteurs associés au recours aux service d'urgence à répétition liés à des comportements suicidaires chez les enfants et les jeunes victimes de mauvais traitements afin d'aider les initiatives de prévention.

 

Child maltreatment deaths in the U.S. National Child Death Review Case Reporting System.2013

Vincent J. Palusci, Theresa M. Covington. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.08.014 Extrait de l'abstract: The National Child Death Review Case Reporting System contains information about a large population which confirms and expands our knowledge about child maltreatment deaths and which can be used by communities for future action.

Child protection Australia 2011-12.2013

​Rapport annuel de la protection de l'enfance d'Australie pour l'année 2011-2012. Il fournit des statistiques détaillées sur l'état de la protection de l'enfance, des services de soutien et de quelques-unes des caractéristiques des enfants qui reçoivent ces services.

Childhood maltreatment and post-traumatic stress disorder among incarcerated young offenders.2013

​Elizabeth Moore, Claire Gaskin, Devon Indig. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.07.012 Extrait de l'abstract: Young offenders have a high prevalence of mental illness and a large proportion report experiencing a number of traumatic events during childhood, but there is little research exploring this association. This study describes the prevalence of, and association between, child maltreatment and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among young offenders. LM Paru dans Volume 37, Issue 10, October 2013, Pages 861–870

Childhood Maltreatment and Psychopathology Affect Brain Development During Adolescence.2013

Sarah Whittle; Meg Dennison; Nandita Vijayakumar; Julian G. Simmons; Murat Yücel; Dan I. Lubman... and Nicholas B. Allen. (2013). Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 52(9) : 940–952. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaac.2013.06.007 Extrait de l'abstract: Childhood maltreatment was associated with altered brain development during adolescence. The experience of Axis I psychopathology during adolescence may be one mechanism by which childhood maltreatment has continuing effects on brain development during the adolescent years. These findings highlight the importance of early intervention for individuals who have experienced childhood maltreatment.

Childhood sexual abuse and adult developmental outcomes: Findings from a 30-year longitudinal study in New Zealand2013

​David M. Fergusson, Geraldine F.H. McLeod, L. John Horwood. Child Abuse & Neglect 37 (9), September 2013, Pages 664–674. Sommaire: Étude longitudinale qui vise à examiner les liens entre l'abus sexuel vécu au cours de l'enfance et un large éventail de résultats développementaux sur une période de 30 ans. Les données ont été examniées sur une cohorte de 900 personnes en Nouvelle-Zélande sur la santé mentale, le bien-être psychologique, les comportements sexuels à risque, la santé physique et les résultats socioéconomiques à 30 ans. Les résultats ont montré selon l'exposition à l'abus sexuel une association avec la déression majeure, les trouble de l'anxiété, l'idéation suicidaire, les tentatives de suicide, la dépendance à l'alcool  et aux drogues illicites. L'étude indique qu'à l'âge de 30 l'abus sexuel est associé à des taux plus élevés de symptômes de stress post-traumatique, à une diminution de l'estime de soi et une diminution de la satisfaction de vie. L'abus sexuels à la petite enfance est associée à une activité précoce de l'activité sexuelle, à l'augmentation du nombre de partenaires sexuels; à des consultations médicales plus élevée poru des problèmes de santé physique et la dépendance de l'aide sociale. L'abus sexuel est un événement traumatisant qui a des conséquences négatives qui augmentent avec la gravité de la violence. Cette expérience influence négativement des aspects du développement: troubles mentaux, bien-être psychologique, prise de risque sexuelle, santé physique et bien-être socio-économique.

Children's Exposure to Violence and the Intersection between Delinquency and Victimization OJJDP National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence Series.2013

​Carlos A. Cuevas; David Finkelhor; Anne Shattuck; Heather Turner; Sherry Hamby. (2013). 12 p. Annotation de la fiche du NCJRS : https://www.ncjrs.gov/app/Search/Abstracts.aspx?id=262635 Based on interview data from the National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV) - a national study that is both large and comprehensive in its assessment of victimization and delinquency - this study identified groups of children (ages 10-17) who are either primarily victims or primarily offenders in terms of group size and how their characteristics and experiences differ.

Comprehensive treatment for co-occurring child maltreatment and parental substance abuse: Outcomes from a 24-month pilot study of the MST-Building Stronger Families program2013

​Cindy M. Schaeffer, Cynthia Cupit Swenson, Elena Hontoria Tuerk, Scott W. Henggeler. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.04.004 Extrait de l'abstract: This manuscript presents outcomes from a pilot study of Multisystemic Therapy-Building Stronger Families (MST-BSF), an integrated treatment model for the co-occurring problem of parental substance abuse and child maltreatment among families involved in the child welfare system.

Descriptive factors of abusive head trauma in young children—United States, 2000–20092013

​Thomas Niederkrotenthaler, Likang Xu, Sharyn E. Parks, David E. Sugerman. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect 37(7) : 446–455. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.02.002 Extrait de l'abstract: Abusive head trauma (AHT) is a leading cause of severe injury in maltreated children in the United States. There is little research from nationally representative datasets available to characterize young children who had AHT compared to non-abusive head trauma (NAHT).

Developmental Foundations of Resilience and Positive Coping in Children Exposed to Violence and Chronic Stress2013

​Developmental Foundations of Resilience and Positive Coping in Children Exposed to Violence and Chronic Stress. Special Issue - Trauma, Violence and Abuse 14(3) July 2013

Developmental Foundations of Resilience and Positive Coping in Children Exposed to Violence and Chronic Stress.2013

​ Special Issue - Trauma, Violence and Abuse 14(3) July 2013

Didn't we just see you? Time to recurrence among frequently encountered families in CPS2013

​Saijun Zhang,Tamara Fuller et Martin Nieto (2013). Children and Youth Services Review 35(5): 883-889. L'étude utilise des données administratives de l'Etat pour effectuer des analyses longitudinales afin d'examiner la façon dont l'intervalle entre les situations de mauvais traitements antérieurs sont associées à la probabilité de future maltraitance chez les enfants victimes de plusieurs épisodes de maltraitance

Early childhood maltreatment and trajectories of behavioral problems: Exploring gender and racial differences.2013

Meripa T. Godinet, Fenfang Li, Teresa Berg. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.07.018 Extrait de l'abstract: For boys, the impact of early maltreatment was strongest at the most proximal assessment of behavioral outcomes and then decreased gradually over the course of subsequent periods. For girls, although no significant impact was observed at each measurement point, the impact of early maltreatment increased and became pronounced over time. Findings support the importance of early intervention/prevention to decrease the likelihood of presenting behavioral problems in later childhood years with consideration to gender.

Échecs de mentalisation du trauma2013

​Nicolas Berthelot et al.(2013). Carnet de notes sur les maltraitances infantiles (131) : 9-15. Extrait du résumé: Le présent article se veut la première partie d’un travail en deux volets s’intéressant à la mentalisation chez les victimes de maltraitance durant l’enfance. Le but de ce travail est d’outiller les intervenants cliniques à évaluer la façon dont réfléchissent les victimes de maltraitance à propos de leurs expériences traumatiques.

Evidence-based treatments for children with trauma-related psychopathology as a result of childhood maltreatment: a systematic review2013

​Leenarts, L. W., et al. (2013). European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 22(5): 269-283. Extrait de l'abstract: Because exposure to childhood maltreatment has been associated with a broad range of trauma-related psychopathology (e.g., PTSD, anxiety, suicidal ideation, substance abuse) and with aggressive and violent behavior, this review describes psychotherapeutic treatments which focus on former broad range of psychopathological outcomes.

Fatal and non-fatal child maltreatment in the US: An analysis of child, caregiver, and service utilization with the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data Set2013

​Emily M. Douglas, Brandy L. Mohn. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.10.022 Extrait de l'abstract: The purpose of this study was to compare children who are fatally and non-fatally maltreated in the United States. In this first national-comparison study, we used the Child Abuse and Neglect Data Set of children and families who encounter/receive support from child welfare services. We found that children who were fatally maltreated were younger, were more likely to live with both their parents, and that their families experienced more financial and housing instability compared to non-fatally maltreated children.

Fatal child maltreatment: Characteristics of deaths from physical abuse versus neglect.2013

Amy Damashek, Melanie McDiarmid Nelson, Barbara L. Bonner. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.04.014 Extrait de l'abstract: This study examined victim, family, and alleged perpetrator characteristics associated with fatal child maltreatment (FCM) in 685 cases identified by child welfare services in the state of Oklahoma over a 21-year period. Analyses also examined differences in child, family, and alleged perpetrator characteristics of deaths from abuse versus neglect. LM Paru dans Volume 37, Issue 10, October 2013, Pages 735–744

Guidebook for Juvenile Justice & Child Welfare System Coordination and Integration: A Framework for Improved Outcomes, 3rd Edition2013

​By Janet K. Wiig and John A. Tuell, with Jessica K. Heldman. (2013). ModelsForChange. Increasingly, practitioners and policymakers are recognizing the overlap of the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. This overlap is evidenced by maltreated children who become juvenile delinquents, delinquent children who have histories of maltreatment, and families that have intergenerational histories with both systems... Despite this recognition of the overlap, these two systems struggle daily with trying to meet their basic mandates: in the child welfare system, to keep children safe and to secure permanent homes for them, and in the juvenile justice system, to hold youth accountable for their delinquent acts, provide treatment to correct their behavior, and promote public safety... Direction in this guidebook is based on research, evidence-based practice, and the experiences of other jurisdictions. - The Guidebook is joined with a new supporting publication, Dual Status Youth - Technical Assistance Workbook (2013)

Inter-rater reliability in child sexual abuse diagnosis among expert reviewers2013

​Suzanne P. Starling, Lori D. Frasier, Kristi Jarvis, Anne McDonald. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect 37(7) : 456–464. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.01.002 Extrait de l'abstract: Experts exhibit consensus in cases where the findings clearly are normal and abnormal, but demonstrate much more variability in cases where the diagnostic decisions are less obvious. Most of the diagnostic variability is due to interpretation of the findings as normal, abnormal or indeterminate, not on the perception of the examination findings themselves. More research should be done to develop a national consensus on the accurate interpretation of anogenital examination findings. Photographic image quality plays an important role in this quality review process and universally needs to be improved.

La maltraitance infantile, par delà la bienpensée.2013

​Bernard Golse. Septembre 2013. Yapaka.Be. Extrait du resume: A la lumière de 50 ans de psychiatrie du bébé, cet ouvrage précise l’impact de la maltraitance sur la construction du sujet.

La transmission intergénérationnelle de la maltraitance : qu'en pensent les intervenants et intervenantes en protection de l'enfance2013

​Marlaine Louis. (2013). Mémoire de maîtrise de l'École de service social de l'Université d'Ottawa. Extrait du résumé: Pourquoi certaines familles restent impliquées auprès des services de l'aide à l'enfance sur plusieurs générations, alors que d'autres pas? Quels sont les facteurs qui contribuent à favoriser ou à briser le cycle de la transmission intergénérationnelle de la maltraitance?

La violence familiale dans la vie des enfants du Québec, 2012. Les attitudes parentales et les pratiques familiales2013

Un texte de Marie-Ève Clément, Francine Bernèche et Catherine Fontaine et Claire Chamberland publié par l'Institut de la statistique du Québec, 2013. Le document présente une troisième édition de l’enquête La violence familiale dans la vie des enfants du Québec réalisée en 2012 par l’Institut de la statistique du Québec. Cette enquête vise à mesurer, les conduites à caractère violent envers les enfants (agression psychologique,violence physique mineure et sévère) ainsi que l’exposition des enfants à des conduites violentes entre conjoints et celle des conduites à caractère négligent à l’endroit des enfants.

L'enfant agressé et le conte créatif2013

​Gryson, Marie-Christine Éditeur : DUNOD Collection : ENFANCES Année : 2013 ISBN : 9782100589036 Format : 15,5X24 Nombre de page : 264 p. Extrait du résumé: Le Conte créatif est un outil thérapeutique attractif pour la prise en charge d'enfants relevant de toutes sortes de problématiques et de souffrances, du plus petit au plus grand traumatisme. Les psychothérapeutes mais aussi tous les professionnels de l'enfance pourront l'utiliser dans le registre qui leur est dédié, en individuel ou en groupe.

Les mauvais traitements psychologiques subis par les adolescents et adolescentes … des mots qui frappent!2013

Bêty, C., F. Lavoie and D. Nadeau (2013). Revue canadienne de santé mentale communautaire 32(2): 67-88. Extrait du résumé: Cette étude met en lumière la souffrance des victimes de MTP et montre que la violence intrafamiliale et la violence extrafamiliale sont perçues de façon différente par les victimes.

Maltreatment Profiles Among Incarcerated Boys With Callous-Unemotional Traits2013

​Eva R. Kimonis; Kostas A. Fanti; Zachary Isoma and Kathleen Donoghue. (2013). Child Maltreatment 18(2) : 108-121 Extrait de l'abstract: The purpose of the present study was to examine whether primary and secondary variants of Callous-unemotional (CU) traits could be differentiated according to their experiences of distinct types of childhood maltreatment among a sample of 227 incarcerated adolescent boys.

Placement of children in out-of-home care in Québec, Canada: When and for whom initial out-of-home placement is most likely to occur2013

​Tonino Esposito, Nico Trocmé, Martin Chabot, Aron Shlonsky, Delphine Collin-Vézina, Vandna Sinha. (2013). Children and Youth Services Review, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.10.010 Extrait de l'abstract: The increased risk of placement for younger children aged 0 to 9 years was statistically explained by a combination of male gender, behavioral problems, parents’ high risk lifestyles, hospital referral, the number of investigations and neighborhood area socioeconomic disadvantages. The increased risk of placement for older children aged 10 to 17 years was statistically explained by a combination of behavioral problems, police reporting, the number of investigations and neighborhood area socioeconomic disadvantages.

Polyvictimization and victimization of children and youth: Results from a populational survey.2013

​Katie Cyr, Claire Chamberland, Marie-Ève Clément, Geneviève Lessard, Jo-Anne Wemmers, Delphine Collin-Vézina, Marie-Hélène Gagné, Dominique Damant. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect 37(10) : 814–820. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.03.009 Extrait de l'article: This research aimed at filling an important gap in Canadian victimization and polyvictimization research by documenting the victimization experiences of children and youth from the general population of the province of Quebec across their lifespan and during a 1-year period.

Preuves à l’appui du rôle causal du revenu sur les risques de maltraitance envers les enfants2013

​Résumé de l'étude de Cancian, M., Yang Mi-Youn, et Slack, K. S. (2013). The effect of additional child support income on the risk of child maltreatment. Social Service Review, 87(3), 417-437. Extrait du résumé publé sur le Portail canadien de la recherche en protection de l'enfance : Dans la première étude longitudinale de ce type, Cancian, Yang, et Slack (2013) ont constaté que de petites augmentations du revenu du ménage diminuaient le risque de maltraitance envers les enfants. Les chercheurs ont remarqué depuis longtemps la forte corrélation entre la pauvreté et la maltraitance envers les enfants, en particulier la négligence, mais ils ont plus de difficulté à en comprendre les raisons. Cette constatation fondamentale appuie l’hypothèse selon laquelle il existe une relation de cause à effet entre le revenu et le risque de maltraitance envers les enfants.

Preventive interventions and sustained attachment security in maltreated children2013

​Erin Pickreign Stronach, Sheree L. Toth, Fred Rogosch and Dante Cicchetti. (2013). Development and Psychopathology, 25(4pt1) : 919-930. Extrait de l'abstract: This is the first investigation to demonstrate sustained attachment security in maltreated children 12 months after the completion of an attachment theory informed intervention. The findings also suggest that, although effective in the short term, parenting interventions alone may not be effective in maintaining secure attachment in children over time.

Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Abused: A Systematic Review2013

​Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Abused: A Systematic Review Parker Ben, Turner William. (2013). Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents Who Have Been Sexually Abused: A Systematic Review. Campbell Systematic Reviews 2013:13 DOI: 10.4073/csr.2013.13 Background: The sexual abuse of children and adolescents is a significant worldwide problem. It is associated with a wide variety of negative psychological, social and physical consequences for the victims. These effects can often be seen immediately following sexual abuse, but they may manifest later on and sometimes only in adult life. There are a number of different interventions aimed at helping children and adolescents who have been sexually abused, and psychoanalytic/psychodynamic psychotherapy has a long-established tradition of being used for such victims. In this review, we set out to find the evidence for its effectiveness specifically in children and adolescents who have been sexually abused.

Rarely an isolated incident: Acknowledging the interrelatedness of child maltreatment, victimisation and trauma.2013


Rhys Price-Robertson, Penelope Rush, Liz Wall & Daryl Higgins. (2013). CFCA (Child Family Community Australia) Paper (15) : 11 p. Published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies Extrait du site: This paper provides practitioners, policy-makers and researchers with an overview of a number of influential recent approaches to conceptualising, recognising and responding to the complexity of child maltreatment and trauma.

Relational interventions for child maltreatment: Past, present, and future perspectives2013

Sheree L. Toth, Julie A. Gravener-Davis, Danielle J. Guild and Dante Cicchetti (2013). Development and Psychopathology, 25(4pt2) : 1601-1617. doi:10.1017/S0954579413000795. Extrait de l'abstract: We briefly review research regarding the impact of child maltreatment on the attachment relationship, highlighting the need for relational interventions for maltreated children and their families to effectively thwart negative developmental cascades that are so often observed in the context of child maltreatment.

Resilience after maltreatment: The importance of social services as facilitators of positive adaptation.2013

​Michael Ungar (2013)
Resilience after maltreatment: The importance of social services as facilitators of positive adaptation.
Cet article suggère que la résilience chez les enfants victimes de maltraitance est le résultat de multiples facteurs de protection, y compris la qualité des services fournis aux enfants exposés à l'adversité chronique.

Risk and protective factors for child abuse and neglect2013

​Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2013. Extrait du site: This paper provides an overview of the risk and protective factors for child abuse and neglect. It is important that practitioners and policy-makers working with children and families operate from a broad understanding of these risk and protective factors and the ways in which they interact.

Safety and risk assessment frameworks: overview and implications for child maltreatment fatalities2013

​Pecora, Peter J.; Chahine, Zeinab and Graham, J. CHristopher. (2013). Child Welfare 92(2) : 143-160. Extrait de l'abstract: This article highlights current models used in child protection to assess safety and risk, and discusses implications for child maltreatment fatalities. The authors... advance that, regardless of the ultimate effectiveness of safety and risk tools, competent assessment and decision-making in child protection depend on sound professional judgment and a comprehensive systemic approach that transcends the use of specific tools. No spécial : Preventing severe maltreatment-related injuries and fatalities: applying a public health framework and innovative approaches to child protection.

Stress et résilience2013

Publication du magazine officiel du Centre d'édudes sur le stress humain Numéro thématique: Stress et résilience Plusieurs articles sur la résilience notamment la présentation du profil du Dr Dante Cicchetti qui est un pionnier du domaine. Il cherche à comprendre comment ce concept peut se développer malgré la maltraitance et des expériences précoces difficiles. Il est l’un des chercheurs les plus éminents et honorés dans le domaine de la psychologie développementale. Cet article résume les résultats de recherche les plus remarquables du Dr Cicchetti.

Syndrome du bébé secoué : quelles préventions possibles?2013

​Vidéos et actes de conférences du Colloque du 11 octobre 2013 Cet événement était organisé à l’initiative du Dr Anne Laurent-Vannier, par les Hôpitaux de Saint-Maurice. Il était en partenariat avec la Haute Autorité de Santé, l’Institut National de Veille Sanitaire, la Société Française de Pédiatrie, le Conseil National de l’ordre des Médecins, la Société française de médecine physique et réadaptation (SOFMER), l’Union Nationale des Associations de Familles de Traumatisés Crâniens et cérébro-lésés, et France Traumatisme Crânien. Il était placé sous le haut patronage de Mme Marisol Touraine, Ministre des Affaires sociales et de la Santé.

The economic costs of child abuse and neglect.2013

​The economic costs of child abuse and neglect. Australian Government. Australian Institute of Family Studies. (2013). Conclusion: The direct economic costs of child abuse and neglect are substantial. The additional costs associated with long-term effects of child abuse and neglect make the prevention of child abuse and neglect a priority. More importantly, the prevention of child abuse and neglect is a critical priority because of the social costs of child abuse and neglect and the imperative to prevent children from experiencing its devastating effects.

The Impact of Repeated Maltreatment on Behavioral Trajectories from early childhood to early adolescence2013

​Fenfang Li, Meripa T. Godinet. (2013). Children and Youth Services Review, In Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2013.10.014 Extrait de l'abstract: Using multilevel model for change, this study examined the trajectories of both internalizing and externalizing behavioral problems from early childhood to early adolescence among a cohort of 685 children with early alleged maltreatment from age 4 through age 12.

The long-term effects of child sexual abuse2013

Judith Cashmore and Rita Shackel.CFCA Paper No. 11 — January 2013. Ce document passe en revue la récente recherche australienne et internationale sur les effets à long terme de l'exploitation sexuelle des enfants. Il vise à aider les praticiens et les décideurs politiques qui travaillent auprès des victimes d'abus sexuels et leurs familles à comprendre les résultats de ce domaine de recherche relativement étendu et complexe.

 

The prevalence and impact of child maltreatment and other types of victimization in the UK: Findings from a population survey of caregivers, children and young people and young adults2013

​Lorraine Radford, Susana Corral, Christine Bradley, Helen L. Fisher. (2013). Child Abuse & Neglect 37(10) : 801–813. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.02.004 Extrait de l'abstract: Conclusions : The past year maltreatment rates for children under age 18 were 7–17 times greater than official rates of substantiated child maltreatment in the UK. Professionals working with children and young people in all settings should be alert to the overlapping and age-related differences in experiences of childhood victimization to better identify child maltreatment and prevent the accumulative impact of different victimizations upon children's mental health. LMAfficher les commentairesCommentaires

The prevalence of child abuse and neglect2013

​Deborah Scott. (2013). Australian Institute of Family Studies. The purpose of this paper is to summarise the state of our knowledge about the prevalence of child abuse and neglect. It provides an overview of Australian studies that have estimated the prevalence of the different forms of child maltreatment (i.e., physical abuse, neglect, emotional maltreatment, the witnessing of family violence, and sexual abuse). In this paper the terms "child abuse and neglect" and "child maltreatment" are used interchangeably.

The Prevalence of Child Sexual Abuse in Out-of-Home Care : A Comparison Between Abuse in Residential and in Foster Care2013

Saskia Euser; Lenneke R. A. Alink; Anne Tharner; Marinus H. van IJzendoorn; Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg. (2013). Child Maltreatment 18(4) : 221-231. Extrait de l'abstract: Results based on both sentinel report and self-report revealed higher prevalence rates in out-of-home care than in the general population, with the highest prevalence in residential care. Prevalence rates in foster care did not differ from the general population.

The Relationship between Dimensions of Physical Abuse and Aggressive Behavior in a Child Protective Services Involved Sample of Adolescents.2013

​Stephen Ellenbogen, Nico Trocmé, Christine Wekerle. (2013). Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma 6(2) : 91-105 Extrait de l'abstract: A sample of maltreated adolescents completed the Childhood Experiences of Violence Questionnaire, and a year later, answered questions on aggression. Controlling for other subtypes of maltreatment, number of moves, length of CPS involvement, and household situation, we found that frequency of physical abuse and frequency of severe physical abuse were predictive of aggressiveness. These associations remained statistically significant for females but not for males. Indicators of maltreatment chronicity, age of onset, and poly-victimization were not associated with aggression.

Traité des violences criminelles2013

Maurice Cusson ISBN : 9782896479542 | Nombre de pages : 944 ISBN numérique : 9782896479559 Prix suggéré; : 54,95 $ Format : 6''x9'' | Parution le : 2013-07-18 Collection : Hors collection Éditeur : Éditions Hurtubise inc. Extrait du résumé;: un état des lieux des théories contemporaines de la violence, des contextes de son apparition, de ses manifestations, de la situation des victimes et des efforts des individus et des socié;tés pour contrôler leur propre violence;

Violences conjugales dans l’espace familial : que fait-on des enfants ? Pratiques professionnelles au croisement des champs de la protection de l’enfance et des violences conjugales2013

​Marie-Laure Déroff et Émilie Potin. (2013). Enfances, familles, générations (18) : 120-137 Extrait du résumé: L’article identifie différentes figures de l’enfant référant, d’une part, à la place qui lui est faite dans le traitement social des violences conjugales et, d’autre part, à la manière dont l’exposition aux violences conjugales est considérée dans le cadre de mesures le visant prioritairement.

Who Kills Children? Re-Examining the Evidence2013

​Colin Pritchard; Jill Davey and Richard Williams. (2013). British Journal of Social Work 43 (7) : 1403-1438. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcs051 Extrait de l'abstract: Child homicide assailants are extremely rare, but three distinct within-family assailant categories can be identified: mentally ill parents, mothers with a child on the Child Protection Register and men with previous convictions for violence.

‘The Last Frontier’ Practice Guidelines for Treatment of Complex Trauma and Trauma informed care and delivery2012

​‘The Last Frontier’ Practice Guidelines for Treatment of Complex Trauma and Trauma informed care and delivery. Cathy Kezelman aet Pam Stavropoulos (2012). Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA). Le document propose des lignes directrices fondées sur les résultats de la recheche et traduits pour être utilisé dans la pratiques.

« Protège-moi » de la violence sexuelle.2012

​Documentaire réalisé par le Conseil de l'Europe. Ce documentaire décrit les bonnes pratiques en cours dans les différents États membres grâce à la prévention, à l'éducation et à la protection des victimes, et en favorisant une justice adaptée aux enfants.

La violence familiale dans la vie des enfants du Québec, 20122012

​Institut de la statistique du Québec. •ISBN 978-2-550-68024-6 •Nombre de pages : 145 •Date de parution : 2013-06-18 Cette publication a été réalisée par : Marie-Ève Clément, Francine Bernèche et Catherine Fontaine, Claire Chamberland Extrait du résumé: Troisième édition d’une enquête provinciale sur les attitudes parentales et les pratiques familiales, La violence familiale dans la vie des enfants du Québec, 2012 présente l’état de la situation et son évolution entre 1999, 2004 et 2012. Cette étude vise à mesurer les conduites à caractère violent envers les enfants (agression psychologique, violence physique mineure et sévère).

Les mauvais traitements durant l'enfance des adolescents agresseurs sexuels : Nature, ampleur et influence sur le profil psychosocial des adolescents2012

Tourigny, Marc; Lafortune, Denis; Proux, Jean et Tougas, Anne-Marie. (2012). Sherbrooke : Groupe de recherche sur les inadaptations sociales de l'enfance (GRISE). 35 p. Diaporama en ligne.

Maltraitance des enfants : synthèse et dossier complet.2012

​Dossier présenté par l'Encyclopédie sur le développement des jeunes enfants (2012). Diverses parties du texte abordent différentes thématiques : la violence physique à l’égard des enfants, la négligence, l’agression sexuelle, la violence psychologique, la prévention de la maltraitance et des séquelles, les impacts sur le développement psychosocial, l'épidémiologie ainsi que la violence familiale et les impacts sur le développement social et affectif des jeunes.

Report of the Attorney General's National Task Force on Children exposed to violence2012

​​The United States. Department of Justice. Task Force on Children exposed to violence. (2012). Extrait de l'Executive Summary: The findings and recommendations of the task force are organized into six chapters. The first chapter provides an overview of the problem and sets forth 10 foundational recommendations. The next two chapters offer a series of recommendations to ensure that we reliably identify, screen, and assess all children exposed to violence and thereafter give them support, treatment, and other services designed to address their needs. In the fourth and fifth chapters, the task force focuses on prevention and emphasizes the importance of effectively integrating prevention, intervention, and resilience across systems by nurturing children through warm, supportive, loving, and nonviolent relationships in our homes and communities. In the sixth and final chapter of this report, the task force calls for a new approach to juvenile justice.

What is effective primary prevention in sexual assault? Translating the evidence for action2012

​What is effective primary prevention in sexual assault? Translating the evidence for action
Antonia Quadara & Liz Wall (2012). ACSSAA wrap 11.Texte qui offre un sommaire des pratiques fondée sur la recherche pour les programme de prévention dans le domaine de l'agression sexuelle.

Childhood Abuse and Adolescent Sexual Re-Offending: A Meta-Analysis2011

​Adana L. Mallie, Jodi L. Viljoen, Sarah Mordell, Andrew Spice, Ronald Roesch. Child & Youth Care Forum
October 2011, Volume 40, Issue 5, pp 401-417. Sommaire : Méta- analyse menée à partir de 11 études publiées et non publiées portant sur 1542 adolescents sexuellement abusifs. Les résultats indiquent une relation significative, mais faible entre antécédents d'abus sexuels et la récidive sexuelle.

Handbook of child sexual abuse: identification, assessment, and treatment2011

​Paris Goodyear-Brown (Ed). (2011). Wiley, 640 p. Extrait du site de l'éditeur: Children who have been sexually abused are at risk for developing a whole host of symptoms including sleep problems, school refusal, feelings of worthlessness, and depression. This state-of-the-art, comprehensive handbook offers chapters from experts from a variety of backgrounds on the spectrum of issues related to child sexual abuse, from its identification and assessment, to its treatment, and prevention. Helping professionals will appreciate this reference guide as they work with every aspect of child sexual abuse.

L’agression sexuelle : Transformations et paradoxes2011

​Tardif, M. (2011). L’agression sexuelle : Transformations et paradoxes, Cifas 2009. Textes choisis. Montréal : Cifas-Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montréal. Sommaire. Texte publiés en version électronique intégrale de 333 pages comportant 23
textes téléchargeables.

Pensées dysfonctionnelles chez les agresseurs sexuels sur enfant. Adaptation du modèle de Beck, croyances, croyances anticipatoires, soulageantes, permissives2011

​Vanderstukken, O.,, Hautekeete, M.,, & Robin, M. (2011). Pensées dysfonctionnelles chez les agresseurs sexuels sur enfant. Adaptation du modèle de Beck, croyances, croyances anticipatoires, soulageantes, permissives (A.S.P.). In M. Tardif (Éd.), L’agression sexuelle : Transformations et paradoxes, Cifas 2009. Textes choisis (pp. 198-213). Montréal : Cifas-Institut Philippe-Pinel de Montréal. http://www.cifas.ca/ et http://www.psychiatrieviolence.ca

Repérage et signalement de l’inceste par les médecins : reconnaître les maltraitances sexuelles intrafamiliales chez le mineur.2011

​Publication de la Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS), France (2011). Le document présente une synthèse sur les points suivants : Généralités - Définitions; Dans quelles situations y penser ? Comment mener l’examen médical ? Comment protéger le mineur ? Comment faire un signalement ? Document en ligne.

The impacts of sexual assault on women2011

​Cameron Boyd (2011).ACSSA issues. Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault

Un survol de la violence familiale 2014

​Un survol de la violence familiale, Andrea Taylor-Butts, Juristat, 2014.
Résumé : Le texte  présente diverses données statistiques sur la violence familiale au Canada issues de la police. Les données sur les tendances témoignent d’une diminution des actes de violence familiale déclarés par la police.