Intervention & prévention

Les programmes d’intervention et de prévention sont offerts aux enfants, aux personnes qui prennent soins d’eux et aux familles pour diminuer les facteurs de risque et les répercussions relatives à la violence et à la négligence envers les enfants.


Titre Auteurs Année Type de publication
Sexual abuse and preschoolers: Forensic details in regard of question types
Gagnon, Karine
Cyr, Mireille
2017 Article de journaux
A longitudinal study of emotion regulation among sexually abused preschoolers
Sèguin-Lemire, Ariane
Hèbert, Martine
Cossette, Louise
Langevin, Rachel
2017 Article de journaux
Infants and the decision to provide ongoing child welfare services
Filippelli, Joanne
Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico
Fuller-Thomson, Esme
Black, Tara
2017 Article de journaux
Testing the limits: Extending attachment-based intervention effects to infant cognitive outcome and parental stress
Dubois-Comtois, Karine
Cyr, Chantal
Tarabulsy, George M. 
St-Laurent, Diane
Bernier, Annie
Moss, Ellen
2017 Article de journaux
Pathways linking childhood maltreatment and adolescent sexual risk behaviors: The role of attachment security
Thibodeau, Marie-Eve
Lavoie, Francine
Hébert, Martine
Blais, Martin
2017 Article de journaux
Language problems among abused and neglected children: A meta-analytic review

Sylvestre, Audette
Bussières, Ève-Line
Bouchard, Caroline

2016 Article de journaux
Because Young People Matter: Report of the Residential Services Review Panel

Residential Services Panel

2016 Rapport
Neighborhood-level social processes and substantiated cases of child maltreatment

Molnar, Beth E.
Goerge, Robert M.
Gilsanz, Paola
Hill, Andrea
Subramanian, S. V.
Holton, John K.
Duncan, Dustin T.
Beatriz, Elizabeth D.
Beardslee, William R.

2016 Article de journaux
Replication of the KEEP foster and kinship parent training program for youth with externalizing behaviors

Greeno, Elizabeth J.
Uretsky, Mathew C.
Lee, Bethany R.
Moore, Jessica E.
Barth, Richard P.
Shaw, Terry V.

2016 Article de journaux
A Tragedy in Waiting: How B.C.’s Mental Health System Failed One First Nations Youth

British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth

2016 Rapport