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Message ID: 8932
Date: 2011-08-23

Author:Raelene Freitag

Subject:RE: Inquiry on engagement strategies used in child abuse prevention programs

Mark Chaffin had an article about a year ago, on the impact of motivational interviewing on participation in PCIT. • A motivational intervention can improve retention in PCIT for low-motivation child welfare clients • Child Maltreatment 2009; 14; 356 What is very important about the study is that it shows that it’s important to think about which strategy will work for which families, for which interventions. MI did not help retention in more standard parenting programs, or with already motivated parents. Raelene Freitag MSW, Ph.D. Director Children's Research Center 426 S. Yellowstone Drive Madison, WI 53719 608-831-1180 www.nccd-crc.org CRC is a nonprofit social research organization and division of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency Please do not send any identifying or confidential information (names, birthdates) via Email. It is possible for third parties to intercept information transmitted in an Email. Case or referral numbers (but not social security numbers) may be included where necessary. Intercepting persons cannot use these numbers to identify a client unless they have access to the host application or database. From: bounce-37938025-13366172@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-37938025-13366172@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Geetha Gopalan Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 8:53 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Re: Inquiry on engagement strategies used in child abuse prevention programs Sure, Right now I am particularly interested in strategies to improve parenting engagement in community-based agencies which offer an array of preventive servcies (like parenting class, case management). We are particularly interested in any evidence-based strategies that improve retention, adherence, attendance, compliance, etc. Any information you have would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much! On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 3:15 PM, Barbara Shaffer > wrote: Hi Geetha, If you can tell us a little more, I could share this with the Prevent Child Abuse America listserv which has 47 statewide chapters that might be able to assist you. Also you could send the same request to the Alliance for Children's Trust Funds as well. Barb Shaffer On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 7:12 PM, Geetha Gopalan > wrote: Hi, I am researching engagement strategies used in community-based preventive service agencies serving families at risk of abuse or maltreatment. Any information you have available would be greatly appreciated. Geetha -- Barbara Shaffer Senior Director of Chapter Services 720-282-4818 mtn time www.preventchildabuse.org Mark your calendars! October 12-15, 2012 is the next Prevent Child Abuse America National Conference, in Jacksonville, Florida!

Mark Chaffin had an article about a year ago, on the impact of motivational interviewing on participation in PCIT. • A motivational intervention can improve retention in PCIT for low-motivation child welfare clients • Child Maltreatment 2009; 14; 356 What is very important about the study is that it shows that it’s important to think about which strategy will work for which families, for which interventions. MI did not help retention in more standard parenting programs, or with already motivated parents. Raelene Freitag MSW, Ph.D. Director Children's Research Center 426 S. Yellowstone Drive Madison, WI 53719 608-831-1180 www.nccd-crc.org CRC is a nonprofit social research organization and division of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency Please do not send any identifying or confidential information (names, birthdates) via Email. It is possible for third parties to intercept information transmitted in an Email. Case or referral numbers (but not social security numbers) may be included where necessary. Intercepting persons cannot use these numbers to identify a client unless they have access to the host application or database. From: bounce-37938025-13366172list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-37938025-13366172list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Geetha Gopalan Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 8:53 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Re: Inquiry on engagement strategies used in child abuse prevention programs Sure, Right now I am particularly interested in strategies to improve parenting engagement in community-based agencies which offer an array of preventive servcies (like parenting class, case management). We are particularly interested in any evidence-based strategies that improve retention, adherence, attendance, compliance, etc. Any information you have would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much! On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 3:15 PM, Barbara Shaffer > wrote: Hi Geetha, If you can tell us a little more, I could share this with the Prevent Child Abuse America listserv which has 47 statewide chapters that might be able to assist you. Also you could send the same request to the Alliance for Children's Trust Funds as well. Barb Shaffer On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 7:12 PM, Geetha Gopalan > wrote: Hi, I am researching engagement strategies used in community-based preventive service agencies serving families at risk of abuse or maltreatment. Any information you have available would be greatly appreciated. Geetha -- Barbara Shaffer Senior Director of Chapter Services 720-282-4818 mtn time www.preventchildabuse.org Mark your calendars! October 12-15, 2012 is the next Prevent Child Abuse America National Conference, in Jacksonville, Florida!