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The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations

Kathryn Kuehnle

The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations

A Comprehensive Guide to Assessment and Testimony

by Kathryn Kuehnle

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Published by Wiley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forensic Psychology,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Forensic Psychology,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10295703M
    ISBN 100470288604
    ISBN 109780470288603

    Program Description. This self-paced training on Allegations of Alienation or Child Sexual Abuse in Custody Evaluations is presented by Dr. David Martindale.. Forensic psychological evaluations that are conducted in conjunction with disputes that include allegations of alienation or of child sexual abuse, are qualitatively different from other evaluations conducted in the context of . "A Practical Guide to the Evaluation of Child Physical Abuse and Neglect is an excellent work of several young and dedicated authors who have studied child abuse and now stand ready to help others It stresses the recognition and initial management of child abuse and is written clearly and succinctly.

    Abstract. This statement serves to update guidelines for the evaluation of child sexual abuse first published in The role of the physician is outlined with respect to obtaining a history, physical examination, and appropriate laboratory data and in determining the need to report sexual abuse. The great majority of child sexual abuse allegations are made against a family member, friend, or relative such as a father, stepfather, uncle, teacher, pastor, priest, counselor, or other person close to the child. Certainly, when the person accused is guilty, child sexual abuse is .

    Get this from a library! Child sexual abuse: evaluation of allegations - a hermeneutical approach. [Frank Lindblad]. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 21 (1), Everson, M. D., & Faller, K.C. (). Base rates, multiple indicators, and comprehensive forensic evaluations: Why sexual-ized behavior still counts in assessments of child sexual abuse allegations. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 21 (1),


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The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Guide to Assessment and Testimony is the most in-depth and practical guide available for forensic psychologists and other mental health professionals working on child sexual abuse cases.

It reflects the current knowledge in this field through contributions written by nationally Cited by: The author's use of nine hypothesis for testing the information gathered in the evaluation is the central theme in using this text. Allegations of child abuse in family law conflict are some of the most sensitive and important questions an evaluator ever faces.

The stakes are very high for everyone, especially the by:   The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Guide to Assessment and Testimony Kathryn Kuehnle, Mary Connell John Wiley & Sons, - Psychology - pages.

The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Guide to Assessment and Testimony by Kathryn Kuehnle. The editors of this collection are experienced practitioners and teachers of forensic psychology.

This clinical report serves to update the statement titled “Guidelines for the Evaluation of Sexual Abuse of Children,” which was first published in and revised in The medical assessment of suspected sexual abuse is outlined with respect to obtaining a history, physical examination, and appropriate laboratory data.

The role of the physician may include Cited by:   This book represents a significant contribution to the highly contested debate surrounding how allegations of child sexual abuse should be evaluated. Despite decades of substantial research in this sensitive area, professional consensus remains : Kathleen Coulborn Faller, Mark D.

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The evaluation of child sexual abuse allegations by Kathryn Kuehnle, Mary A. Connell,J. Wiley edition, in EnglishCited by: A contested issue in evaluation of child sexual abuse allegations is what is of greater importance: sensitivity (ensuring that children who have been sexually abused are not missed when cases are.

Child development: Normative sexual and non-sexual behaviors that may be confused with symptoms of sexual abuse K. Kuehnle M. Connell The evaluation of child sexual abuse allegations: A Author: Kathryn Kuehnle. Forensic evaluation of child sexual abuse allegations: A call for impartial scientists: Book review of Kuehnle, K.

() Assessing allegations of child sexual abuse. / Alpert, Judith. In: Contemporary Psychology, Vol. 42, No. 8,p. Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article reviewAuthor: Judith Alpert. The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Guide to Assessment and Testimony: : Kathryn Kuehnle, Mary Connell: Libri in altre lingue/5(5).

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Citation Information Kathryn Kuehnle and Mary Connell. Dean Tong's web site,has been referenced and quoted as part of an Anthology (pp. 41 - 44) in a brand new book (Sept.

) titled Child Abuse: Current Controversies, authored by Lucinda Almond and published by Thomson Tong is a leading authority in the field of child abuse, and as such, a collection of his selected work has.

The task of assessing an alleged case of sexual abuse is formidable. In fact, many studies have found that assessments are often inaccurate: either child victims are not acknowledged or alleged offenders are being falsely accused.

The consequences of an inaccurately assessed allegation can have devastating and long-lasting effects on a child victim, an alleged offender, other. Program Description. This self-paced training program on Evaluation for Child Custody is presented by Dr.

David Martindale. This program provides an introduction to- and an overview of custody and parenting evaluations and addresses advanced topics, including: relocation requests, allegations of intimate partner violence, child sexual abuse, and alienation.

Child development: normative sexual and nonsexual behaviors that may be confused with symptoms of sexual abuse / Debra A. Poole and Michele A. Wolfe The continuum of children's sexual behavior: discriminative categories and the need for public policy change / Jessica Gurney, Kathryn Kuehnle, and H.D.

Kirkpatrick. The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Quide to Assessment and Testimony, p. Scholar Commons Citation Kuehnle, Kathryn and Connell, Mary, "The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Quide to Assessment and Testimony" ().Cited by:.

The Continuum of Children's Sexual Behavior: Discriminative Categories and the Need for Public Policy Change, in K. Kuehnle & M. Connell (Eds.), The Evaluation of Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: A Comprehensive Guide to Assessment and Testimony, John Wiley & .This book represents a significant contribution to the highly contested debate surrounding how allegations of child sexual abuse should be evaluated.

Despite decades of substantial research in this sensitive area, professional consensus remains elusive. A particular source of .The book provides guidelines for interviewing children who allege child sexual abuse. She recommends use of another of her books, A Very Touching Book (), which describes the concepts of "good touch, bad touch and secret touch" to a child who is then asked to relate whether he or she has experienced any "touching trouble" and if so to.