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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 31 No 3 September 2014: Child Abuse and Protection

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 31 No 3 September 2014: Child Abuse and Protection

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Child Abuse and Protection




About the Contributors

Guest Editorial: Child abuse and protection - the need for practice-based evidence in educational psychology

Tommy MacKay & Liz Malcolm

Sexually harmful behaviour in adolescents in a context of gender and intellectual disability: Implications for child psychologists
Nicholas Banks

Sexually harmful behaviour and treatment within an attachment-based framework: An adolescent case study
Nicholas Banks & Patricia Ward

Safeguarding the safeguarders: Supporting workers with children who sexually abuse peers
Sarah Hatfield

A preliminary evaluation of presenter effects in the delivery of abuse prevention interventions: Teacher and survivor perspectives
Ian Barron & Laurie Matthew

Educational psychologists' conceptualisation of domestic violence
Caroline Gallagher

Mental health awareness and coping in foster carers: The impact of a counselling skills intervention
Sherifat Mosuro, Devinia Malcolm & Jeune Guishard-Pine

We need to talk: Parental mental health problems and their potential impact on children
Khadj Rouf

False allegations of child abuse in contested family law cases: The implications for psychological practice
Tommy MacKay


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