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What’s New in CALiO™ July 2017

1.    Secondary Traumatic Stress in Child Welfare Practice: Trauma-Informed Guidelines for Organizations

2.    Clinician Responses to Client Traumas: A Chronological Review of Constructs and Terminology

3. Secondary Traumatic Stress, Burnout, and Compassion Satisfaction in a Sample of Spoken-Language Interpreters

4.   Child protection workers dealing with child abuse: The contribution of personal, social and organizational resources to secondary traumatization

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CALiO™ IQ July 2017

True or False?

In the study, Child protection workers dealing with child abuse: The contribution of personal, social and organizational resources to secondary traumatization,  the findings indicated that the greater the number of traumatic experiences the workers had in the past, the higher their levels of secondary traumatization.

This is True.  Read more of the study results by logging in and entering the publication title in the CALiO™SuperSearch box or by contacting the librarian.

New resource for addressing Vicarious Trauma

The Vicarious Trauma Toolkit  is a a state-of-the-art repository of nearly 500 resources compiled to assist victim services and first responder agencies and organizations in raising awareness about and addressing vicarious trauma.

Find this and many more resources and publications addressing Vicarious Trauma/Secondary Traumatic Stress in CALiO’s Vicarious Trauma section. 

CALiO™ IQ March 2017

True or False?

In the study, The relationship between childhood sexual abuse and mental health outcomes among males: Results from a nationally representative United States sample, the researchers found that a history of CSA only, and CSA co-occurring with other types of child maltreatment, did not result in higher odds for many mental disorders and suicide attempts compared to a history of child maltreatment without CSA.

This is False.    A history of CSA only, and CSA co-occurring with other types of child maltreatment, did result in higher odds for many mental disorders and suicide attempts compared to a history of child maltreatment without CSA.

Read the study to find out more. Enter the title in the  CALiO™Collections Search box.