New! APSAC Advisor 33(1)
APSAC is pleased to bring you the latest issue of the APSAC Advisor from Editor-in-Chief Lisa Schelbe, PhD, MSW
and Associate Editor Carlo Panlilio, PhD. This issue covers many diverse topics important to professionals of all disciplines in child maltreatment, including the intersections of child and animal maltreatment, the neurobiology of trauma, forensic interviewing, and more.
Table of Contents:
Editorial: New Beginnings | Lisa Schelbe, PhD, MSW, Special Issue Guest Editor
A Look Into the Mirror: Reflecting on Systemic Racism and Implicit Bias | Carlo Panlilio, PhD
Child and Animal Maltreatment: Intersections, Challenges, and Opportunities When Intervening with Maltreating Families | Mary Elizabeth Rauktis, PhD & Elizabeth Moser, MSW
Under the Influence: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and the Biology of Trauma | John Stirling, MD & Karen Zilberstein, MSW, LICSW
Increasing True Reports Without Increasing False Reports: Best Practice Interviewing Methods and Open-Ended Wh- Questions | Thomas D. Lyon, JD, PhD & Hayden M. Henderson, PhD
Do Ethical Standards Apply to Forensic Interviewers? | Mark D. Everson, PhD
If Odysseus Were a Child Welfare Director | Daniel Pollack, MSSA (MSW), JD & Francesca LaRue, MSW, MPA
Next Steps for ACEs: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding, Treating, and Preventing Child Adversity: A Book Review of Adverse Childhood Experiences: Using Evidence to Advance Research, Practice, Policy, and Prevention | Catherine A. Murphy, MPPA
Plus our regular features, including the News of the Organization, Washington Update, and an APSAC Research to Practice Brief.