APSAC is pleased to bring you the latest issue of the APSAC Advisor, edited by Christopher Greeley, MD, with a special section guest-edited by Kathleen Coulborn Faller, PhD, ACSW, LMSW. The full Table of Contents includes:
Intrafamilial Child Torture: Training Mandated Reporters | Pamela J. Miller
Advancing Trauma-Informed Programs in Schools to Promote Resilience and Child Well-Being | Todd I. Herrenkohl, Sunghyun Hong, and Bethany Verbrugge
Special "Contested Issues" Section on Parental Alienation
Introduction -- Parental Alienation: A Contested Concept | Kathleen Coulborn Faller
Seeking a Bridge Between Child Sexual Abuse and Parental Alienation Experts | Madelyn Simring Milchman
Parental Alienation Syndrome/Parental Alienation Disorder (PAS/PAD): A Critique of a 'Disorder' Frequenly Used to Discount Allegations of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse in Child Custody Cases | Robert Geffner and Aileen Herlinda Sandoval
Can There Be a Bridge Between Interpersonal Vilence/Abuse and Parental Alienation Proponents: A Response to Milchman | Aileen Herlinda Sandoval and Robert Geffner
Is a Critique of Parental Alienation Syndrome/Parental Alienation Disorder (PAS/PAD) Timely? A Response to Geffner and Sandoval.
Plus our regular features, including the News of the Organization and an APSAC Research to Practice Brief.
Note: The Washington Update for this issue was written prior to the passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. For a summary of the provisions of the Act from the National Child Abuse Coalition, please click here.
Read the Full Issue Here