Section on Child Maltreatment Newsletter: Past Issues

  • June 2018

    In this issue: A plea to stay engaged in advocacy efforts; Families First Prevention Services Act signed into law; a law that undermines gun violence prevention efforts and more.

  • June 2018

    All issues of the Section on Child Maltreatment Newsletter for the year 2018.

  • January 2018[PDF]

    In this issue: A plea to stay engaged in advocacy efforts; Families First Prevention Services Act signed into law; a law that undermines gun violence prevention efforts and more.

  • December 2017[PDF]

    In this issue: putting research into practice, understanding the relationship between child maltreatment and suicidal behaviors, fedearal policy updates and more.

  • December 2017

    In this issue: putting research into practice, understanding the relationship between child maltreatment and suicidal behaviors, fedearal policy updates and more.

  • September 2017

    In this issue: adapting to the needs of policymakers; supporting Monument Academy; developing forensic interview protocols to assist in obtaining disclosures of abuse from children with special needs; and more.

  • June 2017

    In this issue: Introducing the new president, a chaotic time for federal policy, early career profile, new student advisory board and more.d

  • December 2016

    In this issue: a new focus on partnership; An update from the APA Public Interest Government Relations Office (PI-GRO), early career psychologist profile and more.

  • September 2016

    In this issue: Impaired emotion recognition in maltreated children, tips for a successful writing career in graduate school, an interview with Stephanie Block, PhD, and more.

  • March 2016

    In this issue: best practices for child forensic interviewing, early career psychologist spotlight, new Student Advisory Board members and more.

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