57 Juv. & Fam. Ct. J. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/juvfc57 and id is 1 raw text is: National Councdl of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
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WINTR 2006
VOL.57 NO.
Special Issue - Child Trauma
THE IMPACT OF TRAUMA ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT
By FRIANK~ W  PUTNM ....................................................................... 1
PATHWAYS FROM CHILD MALTREATMENT TO DELINQUENCY:
IMPLICATIONS FOR JUVENILE AND PERMANENCY COURT
PROCEEDINGS AND DECISIONS
By JuHAN D. FoRDJOHN CHAPMAN,
JUDGE MICHAEL MACK AND GERALDINE PEARSON ...........................................................13
THE STATE OF THE DEBATE ABOUT CHILDREN'S DISCLOSURE
PATTERNS IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CASES
By ER~NA OIFSON AND JUDGE CINDY S. LEDERMAN .........................................................27
MEDICAL EVIDENCE AND EXPERT TESTIMONY
IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
By LoR D.FRASIERANDKATHIL.MAKoRoFF.............................................................41
CHILDREN EXPOSED TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:
MAKING TRAUMA-INFORMED CUSTODY AND VISITATION DECISIONS
By PATRICIA VAN HOiRN AN  BETSY MCAusTER GROVES  ............................ 51
PROTECTING AND SUPPORTING CHILDREN
IN THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM AND THE JUVENILE COURT
By BARRARA RYAN, JUDGE CYNTHIA BAsHANT' AND DEENA BROOKS . ......................61
TRAUMA INTERVENTIONS AND SYSTEMS CHANGE IN RURAL AREAS:
THE ROLE OF THE JUVENILE COURT JUDGE
IN COLLABORATION WITH MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
By JUDGE THOMAS KV5EBERT, joy D. OSoEsKY, Howw J. Oso1Y,
RICHARD N. COSTA, PATRICK DRENNAN, PATRICIA MORSE AND EDWARD MORSE....................................... 71

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