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Message ID: 8297
Date: 2009-11-05

Author:Toni Cavanagh Johnson

Subject:Re: Protocols for visitation with maltreating parents

Some aspects of what you are interested in is at my web-site, www.tcavjohn.com

. I headed a CAPSAC California Professional Society on the Abuse of

Children) task force which developed Monitored Visitation Guidelines

in the early 90's. You may want to see of they are still relevant for

your purposes.





Toni Cavanagh Johnson, Ph.D.

1101 Fremont Avenue, Suite 101

South Pasadena, California 91030

USA

Tel: 626-799-4522

FAX: 818-790-0139

toni@tcavjohn.com

http://www.tcavjohn.com



New game from Toni Cavanagh Johnson

Space Invaders - A Game About Boundaries













On Nov 3, 2009, at 11:17 AM, Stephanie Romney wrote:



> Hello All,

>

> Does anyone know of any evidence-informed protocols that have been

> developed for supervised visitation between children and their

> maltreating

> parents? Specifically, I am interested in information to guide

> decisions

> about:

>

> 1) whether a sexually offending parent should ever be granted

> visitation

> with a child (if so, under what circumstances? If a parent needs to

> first

> demonstrate behavior change prior to visitation, how should this

> determined

> and by whom?)

> 2) whether a non-offending parent who blames or doesn't believe the

> child

> should be required to demonstrate change before meeting with the child

> (again, how is this determined and by whom?), and

> 3) how to make decisions around visitation when the extent of the

> maltreatment is unclear

>

> I am also wondering if anyone knows of any research supporting the

> use of

> any specific protocols (i.e., research demonstrating increased child

> safety

> or improved child mental health/functioning).

>

> Thank you.

>

> -Stephanie

>

> Stephanie Romney, Ph.D.

> Director, The Parent Training Institute

> Community Behavioral Health Services

> City and County of San Francisco

> 1380 Howard Street, 5th Floor

> San Francisco, CA 94103

> ph: (415) 255-3412

>

>







Some aspects of what you are interested in is at my web-site, www.tcavjohn.com

. I headed a CAPSAC California Professional Society on the Abuse of

Children) task force which developed Monitored Visitation Guidelines

in the early 90's. You may want to see of they are still relevant for

your purposes.





Toni Cavanagh Johnson, Ph.D.

1101 Fremont Avenue, Suite 101

South Pasadena, California 91030

USA

Tel: 626-799-4522

FAX: 818-790-0139

tonitcavjohn.com

http://www.tcavjohn.com



New game from Toni Cavanagh Johnson

Space Invaders - A Game About Boundaries













On Nov 3, 2009, at 11:17 AM, Stephanie Romney wrote:



> Hello All,

>

> Does anyone know of any evidence-informed protocols that have been

> developed for supervised visitation between children and their

> maltreating

> parents? Specifically, I am interested in information to guide

> decisions

> about:

>

> 1) whether a sexually offending parent should ever be granted

> visitation

> with a child (if so, under what circumstances? If a parent needs to

> first

> demonstrate behavior change prior to visitation, how should this

> determined

> and by whom?)

> 2) whether a non-offending parent who blames or doesn't believe the

> child

> should be required to demonstrate change before meeting with the child

> (again, how is this determined and by whom?), and

> 3) how to make decisions around visitation when the extent of the

> maltreatment is unclear

>

> I am also wondering if anyone knows of any research supporting the

> use of

> any specific protocols (i.e., research demonstrating increased child

> safety

> or improved child mental health/functioning).

>

> Thank you.

>

> -Stephanie

>

> Stephanie Romney, Ph.D.

> Director, The Parent Training Institute

> Community Behavioral Health Services

> City and County of San Francisco

> 1380 Howard Street, 5th Floor

> San Francisco, CA 94103

> ph: (415) 255-3412

>

>