ISBN-10:
0470890630
ISBN-13:
9780470890639
Pub. Date:
10/18/2011
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Wiley
Programs and Interventions for Maltreated Children and Families at Risk: Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice / Edition 1

Programs and Interventions for Maltreated Children and Families at Risk: Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice / Edition 1

by Allen Rubin
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ISBN-13: 9780470890639
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 10/18/2011
Series: Clinician's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice Series , #5
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 548,712
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 10.80(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Allen Rubin, Ph.D. is the Kantambu LattingCollege Professorship for Leadership and Change at theUniversity of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. He isthe author of a number of best-selling titles in social workresearch and the past president of the Society for Social Work andResearch. He has served as the a consulting editor for sevenprofessional journals and is a Fellow of the American Academy ofSocial Work and Social Welfare. 

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Table of Contents

Series Introduction xiii

Preface xv

Acknowledgements xvii

About the Editor xix

About the Contributors xxi

PART I INTRODUCTION 1

Chapter 1 Introduction: Overview of Child Welfare Services andEmpirical Support 3
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PART II PROGRAMS FOR TREATING PARENTS AND CHILDREN REFERREDTO CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES (CPS) 9

Chapter 2 The Incredible Years: Evidence-Based Parenting andChild Programs for Families Involved in the Child Welfare System11
Carolyn Webster-Stratton and M. Jamila Reid

Chapter 3 Multisystemic Therapy for Child Abuse and Neglect31
Cynthia Cupit Swenson and Cindy M. Schaeffer

Chapter 4 Implementing Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care(MTFC) 43
Rena Gold and Cynthia V. Healey

PART III INTERVENTIONS FOR MALTREATED CHILDREN AND THEIRPARENTS WHO MAY BE IN OR OUT OF THE CPS SYSTEM 59

Chapter 5 Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Implementing andSustaining a Treatment Program for Families of Young Children WithDisruptive Behavior Disorders 61
Larissa N. Niec, Sheila Eyberg, and Rhea M. Chase

Chapter 6 The Coping Power Program: Child Welfare Applications71
John E. Lochman, Caroline L. Boxmeyer, Nicole P. Powell, RachelE. Baden, Sara L. Stromeyer, and Jessica A. Minney

Chapter 7 Coping Cat: A Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment forChildhood Anxiety Disorders 91
Shannon E. Hourigan, Cara A. Settipani, Michael A.Southam-Gerow, and Philip C. Kendall

Chapter 8 The Theraplay Treatment Program: Description andImplementation of Attachment-Based Play for Children and Caregivers105
Dafna Lender, Phyllis B. Booth, and Sandra Lindaman

PART IV TRAUMA-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS 121

Chapter 9 Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy forChildren 123
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Chapter 10 EMDR for the Treatment of Children in the ChildWelfare System Who Have Been Traumatized by Abuse and Neglect141
Robbie Adler-Tapia

PART V INTERVENTIONS FOR PARENTS OR CHILDREN WITH INTIMATEPARTNER VIOLENCE INVOLVEMENT 161

Chapter 11 Project Support: Reducing Conduct Problems ofChildren in Violent Families 163
Laura Minze, Renee McDonald, and Ernest N. Jouriles

Chapter 12 Dissemination and Implementation of Child-ParentPsychotherapy: Collaboration With Community Programs 177
Miriam Hernandez Dimmler, Lisa Gutierrez Wang, Patricia VanHorn, and Alicia F. Lieberman

PART VI INTERVENTIONS FOR SUBSTANCE-ABUSING PARENTS191

Chapter 13 Global Goals and Specific Skills: IntegratingMotivational Interviewing Into Child Welfare Practice 193
Melinda Hohman and Bill James

Chapter 14 Maternal Alcohol and Drug Abuse: Effective CaseManagement With High-Risk Mothers and Their Children 207
Therese Grant

PART VII OTHER PROGRAMS FOR CPS AND OTHER HIGH-RISK PARENTS223

Chapter 15 The HOMEBUILDERSj Model of IntensiveFamily-Preservation Services 225
Charlotte L. Booth and Shelley E. Leavitt

Chapter 16 Using 1-2-3 Magic in Child Welfare 243
Thomas W. Phelan

Chapter 17 SafeCare: Application of an Evidence-Based Program toPrevent Child Maltreatment 259
Anna Edwards-Gaura, Daniel J. Whitaker, John R. Lutzker, ShannonSelf-Brown, and Ericka Lewis

Chapter 18 Parenting Wisely: Enhancing Wise Practice for ServiceProviders 273
Robert E. Pushak and Donald A. Gordon

Chapter 19 The Nurturing Parenting Programs: Preventing andTreating Child Abuse and Neglect 285
Stephen J. Bavolek and Rhenda Hotard Hodnett

PART VIII AN EVIDENCE-BASED PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH295

Chapter 20 Parenting and Child Maltreatment as Public HealthIssues: Implications From the Triple P System of Intervention297
Matthew R. Sanders, Ronald J. Prinz, and Cheri Shapiro

Appendix A: Empirical Support for the Programs and Interventionsin This Volume 313
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Appendix B: The Evidence-Based Practice Process 329
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Author Index 339

Subject Index 344

What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher

"A useful handbook for new and experienced practitioners who workwith child welfare clients and for those who refer child welfareclients to therapists. It is simultaneously practical andthought-provoking."
Sherrill Clark, Ph.D., Program Evaluation Specialist,University of California School of Social Welfare, CaliforniaSocial Work Education Center

"This volume represents an important step in the diffusion ofevidence-based practices and programs to child welfarestakeholders. Although child maltreatment has serious deleteriousconsequences for children, families, and society, the child welfaresystem has been slow to embrace evidence-based practices. Dr. Rubinis commended for compiling a comprehensive collection, withchapters authored by many leading treatment developers andresearchers, of those interventions and programs that havedemonstrated effectiveness or are among the most promising in thefield."
Scott, Henggeler, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry andBehavioral Sciences, Director, Family Services Research Center,Medical University of South Carolina

"At long last, a welcomed and timely resource is available thatidentifies effective evidence-based intervention programs forat-risk and abusing and neglecting families. It is well written andorganized to inform child welfare practitioners, therapists andmental health professionals about prevention and interventionprograms specific to problems and needs of individuals, families,and communities. This book should become a standard reference andresource for students, agency administrators, and practicingprofessionals."
Alberta J. Ellett, Ph.D., Director & PI of theUGA School of Social Work Child Welfare Education Program,University of Georgia, School of Social Work

"Allen Rubin has edited an impressive collection of originalchapters authored by experts in the field of child maltreatment,into a comprehensive summary of empirically supportedinterventions. Topics are exceptionally diverse, ranging fromdirectly treating abused children, family work, therapy withchildren exposed to parental domestic violence and substance abuse,and parent training programs. All the structured programs with highlevels of empirical support are included, making this an invaluableresource for all providers of services in the area of childmaltreatment. This would also make an excellent primary textbookfor courses focused on child maltreatment."
Bruce A. Thyer, Ph.D., LCSW, BCBA, Editor, Researchon Social Work Practice College of Social Work Florida StateUniversity

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