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Newlin, C. (2019). Forensic interviewing and the multidisciplinary response to child abuse
Newlin, C. (2019). Recent Research Affecting Child Abuse Investigations
Newlin, C. (2019). Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)
Newlin, C. (2019). Effects of Childhood Exposure to Domestic Violence
Newlin, C. (2017). Value and Impact of the MDT/CAC Model: Are We Making a Difference?
Newlin, C. (2017). Role of CACs in an Effective CST Response
Newlin, C. (2017). Why Parents Don’t Believe
Newlin, C. (2017). Recent Research Affecting Child Abuse Investigations.
Newlin, C. (2017). Grooming- Making You See and Believe What I Want You to See and Believe
Bibliography: The Manipulation (Grooming) of Victims of Child Sexual Abuse
Newlin, C. (2016). Children’s Advocacy Centers: A Natural (and Local) Partner for Youth-Serving Organizations.
Newlin, C. (2016). Multidisciplinary Response to Child Abuse.
Newlin, C. (2013). Do the Right Thing: The Impact and Value of CACs and MDTs
Bibliography: Efficacy of Children’s Advocacy Centers
Bibliography: Multidisciplinary Teams and Collaboration in Child Abuse Intervention
Braun, J., Newlin, C., & Huizar, T. (2012). Children’s Advocacy Center Philosophy and Model.
Presentation at the XIXth International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, Istanbul, Turkey.
Newlin, C. (2012). Recent Research Affecting Child Abuse Investigations and Prosecutions
Newlin, C. (2012). Interviewing and Prosecuting Child Abuse Cases with Special Needs Clients.
Newlin, C. (2011). Adverse Experiences in Childhood (ACE Study) Overview.
Newlin, C. (2009). Recent Research Affecting Children’s Advocacy Centers- Are we Working? Are we Needed?