Intervention & Prevention

Intervention and prevention programs are provided to children, caregivers, and families to reduce the risk factors for and impact of child abuse or neglect.

Title Authors Year Type of Publication
Preschoolers, Parents, and Teachers (PPT): A Preventive Intervention with an At Risk Population

Draper, Kay
Siegel, Christine
White, JoAnna
Solis, Caroline
Mishna, Faye

2009 Journal article
Restoring Family Support, Self-Esteem, and Reducing Distress Among Sexually Abused Young Runaways

Edinburgh, Laurel
Homma, Yuko
Saewyc, Elizabeth
Wirkkala, Sara
Mickschl, Leah

2009 Journal article
What Canadian Youth Tell Us About Disclosing Abuse

Ungar, Michael
Tutty, Leslie M.
McConnell, Sheri
Barter, Ken
Fairholm, Judi

2009 Journal article
Benefits of Cultural Matching in Foster Care

Brown, Jason D.
George, Natalie
Sintzel, Jennifer
St. Arnault, David

2009 Journal article
The role of parental stress, mother’s childhood abuse and perceived consequences of violence in predicting attitudes and attribution in favor of corporal punishment

Clément, Marie-Ève
Chamberland, Claire

2009 Journal article
Who are these parents involved in child neglect? A differential analysis by parent gender and family structure

Dufour, Sarah
Lavergne, Chantal
Larrivée, Marie-Claude
Trocmé, Nico

2008 Journal article
Perception of risk among child protection workers

Sullivan, Catherine
Whitehead, Paul C.
Leschied, Alan W.
Chiodo, Debbie
Hurley, Dermot

2008 Journal article
Assessing Emotional Neglect in Infants

Wotherspoon, Evelyn
Gough, Pamela

2008 Information sheet
Supporting the social-emotional development of infants and toddlers in foster care

Wotherspoon, Evelyn
Petrowski, Nicole

2008 Information sheet
Parent training programs

Knoke, Della

2008 Information sheet