Author(s)U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
|This manual provides an overview of the treatment of sexually abused, physically abused, and neglected children. Child development is briefly reviewed and the study of developmental psychopathology is described. Aspects of child development are considered, including intrapersonal development, interpersonal development, physical development, sexual development, and behavioral conduct development. Consequences of abuse and neglect, assessment of maltreatment, the therapeutic process and the role of the therapist, treatment issues and specialized interventions, and case management are addressed. The manual provides a glossary of terms and list of resources for more detailed information.|
Table of Contents
Child Development and Psychopathology
Consequences of Abuse and Neglect
Assessment of Child Maltreatment
Treatment Issues for Abused and Neglected Children and Specialized Interventions
Glossary of Terms
Suggested Citation(s): Urquiza, A.J., Winn, C., & U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1994). Treatment for abused and neglected children: Infancy to age 18. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children's Bureau.
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