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What’s your CALiO™ IQ November 2017

In the Research-to-Practice Summary, Considerations for the Multidisciplinary Team and Children’s Advocacy Center Approach to Recantation, it was suggested that MDTs should consider developing guidelines within their existing investigative protocol to outline steps for addressing recantation. Which of these were among the  suggested guidelines?

A. Provide training for all MDT professionals regarding dynamics of abuse, process of disclosure, and recantation

B. Provide immediate therapeutic intervention for children post disclosure, with involved caregiver participation

C. Provide involved caregivers increased support and education regarding how to support their child post disclosure

D. Assess existing support systems and offer support services as needed (i.e., basic needs, childcare, transportation)

E. All of the above

Answer:  E. Read more of the results by entering the article title in the CALiO™Collections search box

What’s your CALiO™ IQ October 2017

True or False?
In the publication, Childhood maltreatment and adolescent sexual risk behaviors: Unique, cumulative and interactive effects results showed that experiencing neglect and physical abuse as well as witnessing interparental violence contributed to the explanation of sexual risk behaviors.

This is True. Read more of the findings in this study. Enter the article title in the CALiO™Collections search box.

 

 

What’s New in CALiO™? October 2017

1. A new bibliography,  Children’s Advocacy Centers -The Literature, has been added to CALiO’s Professional Bibliography series. This bibliography provides information on over 130 publications  of research either about or conducted in conjunction with Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) and similar organizations founded upon the core CAC model. The bibliography is provided in two versions:   publications listed by date and  publications listed by  topic

2. Interventions to improve the response of professionals to children exposed to domestic violence and abuse: A systematic review

3. Childhood maltreatment and adolescent sexual risk behaviors: Unique, cumulative and interactive effects

Enter the titles in the CALiO™Collections search box.

CALiO™ IQ August 2017

1. In the study, The trauma of commercial sexual exploitation of youth: A comparison of CSE victims to sexual abuse victims in a clinical sample, what differences were found between the two groups?

A. CSE victims reported significantly greater involvement in juvenile justice and child welfare systems
B. Twice as many CSE victims had a probable or definite diagnosis of sexualized behavior
C. Significant differences in recent service utilization
D. CSE victims had greater levels of trauma symptoms compared with sexually abused/assaulted youth
E. CSE victims experienced significantly more complex patterns of trauma exposure
F. All but D
G. All but E

Answer:  All but E. Find out more. Enter the article title in the CALiO™Collections search box.

What’s New in CALiO™ August 2017

Complex Trauma: In Urban African-American Children, Youth, and Families

Executive function as a mediator in the link between single or complex trauma and posttraumatic stress in children and adolescents

When Traumatic Stressors are Not Past, But Now: Psychosocial Treatment to Develop Resilience with Children and Youth Enduring Concurrent, Complex Trauma

The trauma of commercial sexual exploitation of youth: A comparison of CSE victims to sexual abuse victims in a clinical sample

To read any of these publications enter the titles in the  CALiO™Collections search box.