Poly-victimization White Papers & Summaries

In partnership with experts in poly-victimization, the NCAC provides White Papers and summaries of cutting-edge research on the impact of poly-victimization on child victims.

1. Turner, H., Hamby, S., & Banyard, V. (2013). Poly-victimization: Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization

     White Paper | Poly-victimization: Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization

     Summary |  Poly-victimization: Childhood Exposure to Multiple Forms of Victimization: Summary of Key Points

2. Hamby, S., Turner, H., & Banyard, V. (2013). How to Assess Poly-victimization in Your Work: Approaches and Tools

     White Paper | How to Assess Poly-victimization in Your Work: Approaches and Tools

     Summary | How to Assess Poly-victimization in Your Work: Approaches and Tools: Summary of Key Points

3. Banyard, V., Hamby, S., & Turner, H. (2013). Treatment Models for Poly-victimization

     White Paper |  Treatment Models for Poly-victimization

     Summary |  Treatment Models for Poly-Victimization: Summary of Key Points

4. Turner, H., Hamby, S., & Banyard, V. (2014). Poly-victimization among Children with Disabilities

      White Paper | Poly-victimization among Children with Disabilities

     Summary | Poly-victimization among Children with Disabilities: Summary of Key Points

5. Banyard, V., Hamby, S., & Turner, H. (2014). Prevention of Poly-victimization: Comprehensive and Connected Approaches

      White Paper | Prevention of Poly-victimization: Comprehensive and Connected Approaches

     Summary | Prevention of Poly-victimization: Comprehensive and Connected Approaches: Summary of Key Points

6. Hamby, S., Turner, H., Vanderminden, J. (2014). Poly-victimization Among Children in Therapy

      White Paper | Poly-victimization Among Children in Therapy

      Summary | Poly-victimization Among Children in Therapy: Summary of Key Points

 

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