Research Update: Child Abuse and Neglect
research on abuse, treating abuse victims, abuse survivors, child abuse
Research has linked child abuse and neglect with problems in brain development and long-term behavioral consequences. Due to the overwhelming number of people who have experienced abuse it is likely that clinicians will come across a client who has a history of abuse. This research update focuses on recently published articles that provide helpful information for psychotherapists working with clients who are abuse victims.
Original Publication Citation
Johnson, L. N., & Ketring, S. A. (2001). Research update: Child abuse and neglect. Journal of Activities, Assignments, and Handouts in Psychotherapy Practice 1(3) 113-124
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Johnson, Lee N. and Ketring, Scott A., "Research Update: Child Abuse and Neglect" (2001). Faculty Publications. 4060.
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