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
The association between peer victimization, PTSD, and dissociation in child victims of sexual abuse
Hébert, Martine
Langevin, Rachel
Daigneault, Isabelle
2016 Journal article
Sleep problems and dissociation in preschool victims of sexual abuse
Hébert, Martine
Langevin, Rachel
Guidi, Elisa
Allard-Dansereau, Claire
2016 Journal article
The relation of childhood maltreatment to psychotic symptoms in adolescents and young adults with depression
Holshausen, Katherine
Bowie, Christopher R.
Harkness, Kate L. 
2016 Journal article
The manifest and latent functions of differential response in child welfare
Ji, Daniel
Sullivan, Richard
2016 Journal article
The relation between interviewers’ personal characteristics and investigative interview performance in a child sexual abuse context
Lafontaine, Jonathan
Cyr, Mireille
2016 Journal article
Emotion regulation in sexually abused preschoolers: The contribution of parental factors
Langevin, Rachel
Hébert, Martine
Allard-Dansereau, Claire
Bernard-Bonnin, Anne-Claude
2016 Journal article
From maltreatment to delinquency: Service trajectories after a first intervention of child protection services
Laurier, Catherine
Hélie, Sonia
Pineau-Villeneuve, Catherine
Royer, Marie-Noële
2016 Journal article
A culturally relevant measure of client satisfaction in child welfare services
Mundy, Crystal
Neufeld, Amanda N. 
Wells, Susan J
2016 Journal article
Creating connections with child welfare workers: Experiences of foster parents’ own children
Serbinski, Sarah
Brown, Jason
2016 Journal article
Growing up with foster siblings: Exploring the impacts of fostering on the children of foster parents

Serbinski, Sarah

2016 Journal article