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Message ID: 8298
Date: 2009-11-09

Author:Lisa M Amaya-Jackson

Subject:Re: Protocols for visitation with maltreating parents

Stephanie-



Jenny Brobst, an attorney working in child abuse with me reports that there

are very solid judicial protocol resources for family court related to

supervised visitation and working with offending parents at the National

Council for Juvenile and Family Court Judges website:



http://www.ncjfcj.org/content/blogcategory/256/302/







Lisa a-j



____________________________________________________________________________________



Lisa Amaya-Jackson, MD, MPH

Associate Director at both

UCLA-Duke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress, www.NCTSNet.org

Center for Child & Family Health, www.ccfhnc.org

Co-Director, Duke EBP Implementation Center



Box 3438 Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 27710

Phone: MTF: 919-682-1552x253 FAX: 667-2350

W,Th: Ctr for Child & Family Health: 419-3474x405 email:

amaya001@mc.duke.edu

_____________________________________________________________________________________



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immediately by e-mail, & delete original message.







Stephanie Romney


@sfdph.org> To

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Subject

Protocols for visitation with

11/03/2009 05:20 maltreating parents

PM





Please respond to

"Child

Maltreatment

Researchers"


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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













Stephanie-



Jenny Brobst, an attorney working in child abuse with me reports that there

are very solid judicial protocol resources for family court related to

supervised visitation and working with offending parents at the National

Council for Juvenile and Family Court Judges website:



http://www.ncjfcj.org/content/blogcategory/256/302/







Lisa a-j



____________________________________________________________________________________



Lisa Amaya-Jackson, MD, MPH

Associate Director at both

UCLA-Duke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress, www.NCTSNet.org

Center for Child & Family Health, www.ccfhnc.org

Co-Director, Duke EBP Implementation Center



Box 3438 Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 27710

Phone: MTF: 919-682-1552x253 FAX: 667-2350

W,Th: Ctr for Child & Family Health: 419-3474x405 email:

amaya001mc.duke.edu

_____________________________________________________________________________________



This email & files transmitted with it are confidential & intended solely

for use of individual or entity to whom they

are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify us

immediately by e-mail, & delete original message.







Stephanie Romney


sfdph.org> To

Sent by:
bounce-4527361-68 .cornell.edu>

40910list.cornel cc

l.edu

Subject

Protocols for visitation with

11/03/2009 05:20 maltreating parents

PM





Please respond to

"Child

Maltreatment

Researchers"


nt-research-llis

t.cornell.edu>













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