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By Allen Rubin

Evidence-based interventions are more and more being required via third-party payers and an evidence-based orientation has come to outline moral perform. This compendium of brief, how-to chapters makes a speciality of the courses and interventions to avoid baby maltreatment that experience the easiest clinical facts assisting their effectiveness. Interventions and courses mentioned comprise Cognitive Behavioral remedy, EMDR, Multisystemic remedy, Coping Cat, and plenty of extra. Busy practitioners will delight in this book's implementation of evidence-based practices by means of offering the sensible and "what now" instead of utilizing the common educational strategy.

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Cara A. Settipani, MA, is a graduate student in clinical psychology at Temple University, where she received her MA in psychology in 2010. Cara’s research interests involve the role of social and emotional competencies in the development and maintenance of anxiety in youth, and implications for personalizing anxiety treatment for youth with interpersonal difficulties. Her clinical interests include the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with anxiety disorders using cognitive-behavioral therapy.

S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2010). The act of child maltreatment is appalling in itself, but what makes matters worse is its probable long-term consequences, which can include various psychological disorders and cognitive limitations (Springer, Sheridan, Kuo, & Carnes, 2003); physical injuries, including impaired brain development (Glaser, 2000); and an increased likelihood of 3 C01 08/19/2011 8:37:35 4 Page 4 Programs and Interventions for Maltreated Children and Families at Risk such difficulties as delinquency, academic problems, substance abuse, teen pregnancy, and so on (Silverman, Reinherz, & Giaconia, 1996).

Parents with substantiated cases of abuse or neglect are much more likely than parents in the general population to have problematic parenting skills, expectations that are unrealistic in light of their child’s developmental stage, domestic violence, substance abuse, depression, family instability, and serious mental illness (Crosson-Tower, 2010). In addition to direct service provision, effective public health interventions are needed to disseminate information on positive parenting and to normalize and destigmatize the process of seeking or receiving support for parenting (as discussed by Sanders, Prinz, and Shapiro in Chapter 20 of this volume).

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