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APSAC Advisor 29(1): Corporal Punishment Special Issue
$10.00 USD

Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to the Special Issue: Evidence Supports APSAC’s Position Calling to End Corporal Punishment in all U.S. Homes and Schools
  • APSAC Members’ Responses to a Survey of Attitudes and Beliefs
  • APSAC’s Position Statement on Corporal Punishment of Children
  • Corporal Punishment in Schools
  • Corporal Punishment: Evaluation of an Intervention by PNPs
  • Welcoming Children to the Family of Humanity
  • Dane County District Attorney’s Office Efforts to Reduce Corporal Punishment Through Criminal Justice Reform and Community Engagement |
  • Shaping Child Welfare Practices in America and Beyond
  • Literature Review, Washington Update, News of the Organization, and Conference Calendar





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APSAC Advisor 29(2)
$10.00 USD

Table of Contents:
  • Current Challenges in Addressing the Realities of Poverty and Inequality in Families with Young Children: A Call for Both Policy and Intervention
  • The Forgotten Victims: Children of Incarcerated Parents
  • Understanding Juvenile Probation Officers
  • At Issue: Rethink the Label Insular Communities When Referring to Child Abuse
  • An Education Agenda for Those Who Need It Most
  • Threats to the Medically Complex Child





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APSAC Advisor 30(1): Munchausen by Proxy Special Issue
$10.00 USD

Table of Contents: 
 
  • Introduction to the Special Issue: Munchausen by Proxy: Abusive by Pediatric Condition Falsification, Caregiver-Fabricated Illness in a Children, or Medical Child Abuse Due to Factious Disorder Imposed on Another 
  • Munchausen by Proxy: Clinical and Case Management Guidance 
  • Diagnostic Aid to Identify Simulation and/or Induction: Abuse by Pediatric Condition Falsification/Caregiver-Fabricated Illness in a Child/Medical Child Abuse 
  • Investigation of Medical Child Abuse/Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another
  • Munchausen by Proxy in Educational and Mental Health Settings
  • Munchausen by Proxy: Risk Assessment, Support, and Treatment of Spouses and Other Family Caregivers
  • Child Protective Services Management of Cases of Suspected Child Abuse/Neglect Due to Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another 
  • The Influence of Electronic and Internet Advances on Munchausen by Proxy





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APSAC Advisor 30(2) - Foster Care Special Issue
$10.00 USD

Table of Contents:
 
  • Introduction to the Issue: Children and Adolescents in the Foster Care System
  • Coordinating Care to Provide Quality Health Services to Children in Foster Care 
  • The Physical Health Needs of Children in Foster Care
  • Meeting the Developmental, Behavioral, and Mental Health Needs of Children in Foster Care
  • Medical Education and Foster Care
  • Foster Care: Child Welfare's Responsibility and Challenge
  • The Confluence of Medical and Legal Advocacy: Selena's Story
  • Youth Transitioning out of Foster Care: A New Opportunity to Access SSI Benefits 





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APSAC Advisor 30(4)
$10.00 USD

Table of Contents: 
 
  • At Issue: Supporting Our Immigrant Children
  • Evidence-Based Assessment in the Aftermath of Disasters: Towards a Best-Practice Model for Evaluating Hurricane-Exposed Youth
  • Improving the Effectiveness of Intimate Partner Violence Screening: Results From a Local Needs Assessment
  • Suicide-Related Behaviors Among Abused and Maltreated Youth: A Call to Action and Recommendations for Providers
  • Bonded to the Abuser: How and Why Children Form and Maintain Attachments with Abusive Caregiver





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APSAC Advisor 31(1)
$0.00 USD

Table of Contents

  • ​At Issue: Child Abuse Reporters and the Immunity Myth
  • An Overview of Published Medical Research About Child Abuse and Neglect During 2006-2015

  • True Evidence-Based Practices Deserve Wide Acceptance

  • A National Initiative to End Corporal Punishment

  • No Hit Zones: A Single Solution to Address the Most Prevalent Risk Factor in Child Abuse

  • Working with Molly: A Culturally Sensitive Approach to Parents Using Corporal Punishment Because of Their Religious Beliefs






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APSAC Advisor 31(2) with Special Section on Contested Issues
$10.00 USD

Tables of Contents:
  • Commentary: The Credibility of Child Protective Services Rests on the Integrity of the Department Director | Daniel Pollack
  • Governors as Policymakers: Child Welfare as an Election Issue | Mary Elizabeth Collins
  • Book Review: Medical Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse: A Practical Guide (4th Ed.) | Debra Esernio-Jenssen
  • Introduction to the Special Section | Kathleen Coulborn Faller
  • Introduction: How Should Child Welfare Respond to Substance Use in Pregnancy | Kenneth Feder
  • How Should We Respond to Pregnancy and Substance Use? | Martin Guggenheim and Lynn Paltrow
  • To Protect and Provide for Children, Prental Substance Use Must be Considered Abuse | Frank E. Vandervort and Vincent J. Palusci
  • Response to: How Should We Respond to Pregnancy and Substance Use? | Frank E. Vandervort and Vincent J. Palusci
  • Response to: To Protect and Provide for Children, Prenatal Substance Use Must be Considered Abuse | Martin Guggenheim and Lynn Paltrow
  • The Indian Child Welfare Act: A Brief Overview to Contextualize Current Controversies | Frank E. Vandervort
  • The Indian Child Welfare Act as the "Gold Standard" | Matthew L.M. Fletcher and Kathryn E. Fort
  • The Indian Child Welfare Act: In the Best Interests of Children? | Kathryn A. Piper
  • Response to: The Indian Child Welfare Act as the "Gold Standard" | Kathryn A. Piper
  • Response to: The Indian Child Welfare Act: In the Best Interests of Children? | Matthew L.M. Fletcher and Kathryn E. Fort.





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APSAC Advisor 31(3): Psychological Maltreatment Special Issue
$10.00 USD

Table of Contents:
  • Psychological Maltreatment -- A Major Child Health, Development, and Protection Issue | Stuart N. Hart and Marla R. Brassard
  • Reported Rates of Psychological Maltreatment and U.S. State Statutes: Implications for Policy | Amy J.L. Baker
  • Is Psychological Maltreatment as Harmful as Other Forms of Child Abuse and Neglect? A Research Review | Marla R. Brassard
  • Implications of Psychological Maltreatment for Universal Intervention _ Stuart N. Hart
  • Widening the Reach of Clinical Interventions to Reduce Psychological Maltreatment | Zoe Chiel and Christina Fiorvanti





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APSAC Advisor 32(1)
$0.00 USD

Table of Contents:
  • Intrafamilial Child Torture: Training Mandated Reporters | Pamela J. Miller
  • Advancing Trauma-Informed Programs in Schools to Promote Resilience and Child Well-Being | Todd I. Herrenkohl, Sunghyun Hong, and Bethany Verbrugge
Special "Contested Issues" Section on Parental Alienation
  • Introduction -- Parental Alienation: A Contested Concept | Kathleen Coulborn Faller
  • Seeking a Bridge Between Child Sexual Abuse and Parental Alienation Experts | Madelyn Simring Milchman
  • Parental Alienation Syndrome/Parental Alienation Disorder (PAS/PAD): A Critique of a 'Disorder' Frequenly Used to Discount Allegations of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse in Child Custody Cases | Robert Geffner and Aileen Herlinda Sandoval
  • Can There Be a Bridge Between Interpersonal Vilence/Abuse and Parental Alienation Proponents: A Response to Milchman | Aileen Herlinda Sandoval and Robert Geffner
  • Is a Critique of Parental Alienation Syndrome/Parental Alienation Disorder (PAS/PAD) Timely? A Response to Geffner and Sandoval.





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Full Issue of Another Past Advisor
$10.00 USD

Please contact info@apsac.org before purchasing.





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Single Advisor Article
$5.00 USD

Please note: After you place your order, you will be contacted by APSAC to specify the article title and authors. You will receive the article via email within a business day of your reply. If you need to verify that the article you're looking for was published in the APSAC Advisor, please contact info@apsac.org prior to your purchase. 





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