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Violence Against Children DVD
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Violence Against Children DVD

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HOW WIDESPREAD IS CHILD ABUSE IN THE USA AND CANADA?

The statistics on physical child abuse are alarming. It is estimated hundreds of thousands of children are physically abused each year by a parent or close relative. Thousands actually die as a result of the abuse.

¬†For those who survive, the emotional trauma remains long after the external bruises have healed. Communities and the courts recognize that these emotional ‚Äúhidden bruises‚ÄĚ can be treated.

 Early recognition and treatment is important to minimize the long term effect of physical abuse. Whenever a child says he or she has been abused, it must be taken seriously and immediately evaluated.

Children who have been abused may display:

  • a poor self image
  • sexual acting out
  • inability to trust or love others
  • aggressive, disruptive, and sometimes illegal behavior
  • anger and rage
  • self destructive or self abusive behavior, suicidal thoughts
  • passive, withdrawn or clingy behavior
  • fear of entering into new relationships or activities
  • anxiety and fears
  • school problems or failure
  • feelings of sadness or other symptoms of depression
  • flashbacks, nightmares
  • drug and alcohol abuse
  • sleep problems

Often the severe emotional damage to abused children does not surface until adolescence or even later, when many abused children become abusing parents. An adult who was abused as a child often has

trouble establishing lasting and stable personal relationships. These men and women may have trouble with physical closeness, touching, intimacy, and trust as adults.

They are also at higher risk for anxiety, depression, substance abuse, medical illness, and problems at school or work.

Early identification and treatment is important to minimize the long-term consequences of abuse. Qualified mental health professionals should conduct a comprehensive evaluation and provide treatment

 for children who have been abused. Through treatment, the abused child begins to regain a sense of self-confidence and trust. The family can also be helped to learn new ways of support and communicating

with one another. Parents may also benefit from support, parent training and anger management.

Physical abuse is not the only kind of child abuse. Many children are also victims of neglect, or sexual abuse, or emotional abuse. In all kinds of child abuse, the child and the family can benefit from evaluation

and treatment from a qualified mental health professional.

 

THIS IS WHAT WE WILL EXPLORE IN THIS VIDEO:

A PANEL DISCUSSION ON VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN

NEUROSCIENCE UNDERSTANDING OF CHILDREN'S EXPERIENCE WITH VIOLENCE

ATTACHMENT & IMPACT OF VIOLENCE ON CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS

PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH VIOLENCE

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMATIC & POLICY CHALLENGES FOR THOSE WHO INVESTIGATE & RESPOND TO VIOLENCE WITH CHILDREN

LECTURES BY:

DR. ALAN BRENZEL

WHO WILL DISCUSS NEUROSCIENCE & NEURODEVELOPMENT

THE BRAIN & NEURONS

EARLY BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

SYNAPTIC DENSITY IN THE HUMAN BRAIN

CRITICAL & SENSITIVE PERIODS

BRAIN PLASTICITY

DEVELOPMENT & INTERPLAY BETWEEN NATURE & NURTURE

EFFECTS OF VIOLENCE & MALTREATMENT

AND MUCH MORE

DR. OTTO KAAK WILL DISCUSS

ATTACHMENT THEORIES - DEFINITION & RESULTS

COLLABORATIVE INTERPERSONAL INTERACTIONS

CYCLIC NATURE OF AROUSAL WITH RESPONSE

ATTACHMENT & IT'S IMPORTANCE EMOTIONALLY

ATTACHMENT & HOW IT IS MEASURED

INTERGENERATIONAL ASPECTS OF ATTACHMENT

MOMORY & THE IMPORTANCE OF EARLY INTERVENTION

MEMORY

STRESS & TRAUMA

AND MUCH MUCH MORE

DR. JIM CLARK WILL DISCUSS THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL FRAMEWORK FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN

WORLDWIDE STATISTICS

(WHO) WORLD REPORT ON VIOLENCE & HEALTH

SOURCES OF VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN

INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN (SCOPE)

VIOLENCE INDICATORS

INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN (TYPOLOGY)

HEALTH CONSEQUESNCES OF CHILDREN MALTREATMENT

ECONOMIC CONSEQUENSES

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN

NEED FOR TRANSACTONAL APPROACHES

AND MUCH MORE

DR. GINNY SPRANG WILL DISCUSS RESEARCH & PRACTICE

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE

CHALLENGES

REQUIREMENTS FOR EFFECTIVE SCIENCE & PRACTICE

MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES

TRANSACTIONAL VS. LINEAR

MULTI-METHOD INVESTIGATIONS

SYSTEM CARE ISSUES

TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH ISSUES

CSVAC MODEL APPROACH & SPECIFICATIONS

 

AND MUCH MUCH MORE TO LEARN

Last Updated: Monday, 10 December 2018 20:41