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Message ID: 9178
Date: 2012-06-01

Author:mmanylsuhsc.edu

Subject:Re: questions regardign parent-child visitation

You should look into the Court Teams model being used in Louisiana, Arkansas, New York, North Carolina and several other states. Its focus is youg children but it stresses frequent visits and the use of Child Parent Psychotherapy at least once weekly within the context of a visit (where visits have been deemed safe.). Look on the Zero to Three website. We have used CPP with children up to age 6. Michele Many, LCSW Zero to Three Court Team clinician LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry ________________________________ From: Sherry Hoang Smith Sender: bounce-61032906-25525938@list.cornell.edu Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2012 10:12:16 -0400 To: Child Maltreatment Researchers ReplyTo: "Child Maltreatment Researchers" Subject: Re: questions regardign parent-child visitation Hi Jessica, I'm also interested in this. Could you send any information my way? I've worked with agencies conducting therapeutic visitation but this sounds like what you are asking is immediately after removal. Thank you, Sherry Sherry Smith, PhD On Jun 1, 2012 10:06 AM, "Jessica A Rodriguez-Jenkins" > wrote: Good afternoon, I am currently looking at the use of parent-child visitation and potentials for use of visitation times for parent-child interventions. I have heard that in Utah there is either a pilot project or a policy in place for setting up parent-child visits within 24 hours of removal. I am trying to find out more about this and am interested in whether there has been any evaluation on this practice. I have also heard that there is a practice in California where children and parents would get a phone call within 24 hours and am wondering whether there is any information about the impact of the calls on parents and children. If anyone has any further information about either of these protocols and whether they have been associated with any outcomes it would be very helpful. I am also wondering if anyone has had experience in developing an assessment tool for determining the level of supervision required during visits? A tool to know when it is time to liberalize the visits? Thank you, Jessica ______________________________ Jessica Rodriguez-JenKins, MSW Research Assistant | Predoctoral Instructor Partners for Our Children | University of Washington School of Social Work Box 359476 | Seattle, WA 98195-9476 F: 206-221-3155

You should look into the Court Teams model being used in Louisiana, Arkansas, New York, North Carolina and several other states. Its focus is youg children but it stresses frequent visits and the use of Child Parent Psychotherapy at least once weekly within the context of a visit (where visits have been deemed safe.). Look on the Zero to Three website. We have used CPP with children up to age 6. Michele Many, LCSW Zero to Three Court Team clinician LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry ________________________________ From: Sherry Hoang Smith Sender: bounce-61032906-25525938list.cornell.edu Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2012 10:12:16 -0400 To: Child Maltreatment Researchers ReplyTo: "Child Maltreatment Researchers" Subject: Re: questions regardign parent-child visitation Hi Jessica, I'm also interested in this. Could you send any information my way? I've worked with agencies conducting therapeutic visitation but this sounds like what you are asking is immediately after removal. Thank you, Sherry Sherry Smith, PhD On Jun 1, 2012 10:06 AM, "Jessica A Rodriguez-Jenkins" > wrote: Good afternoon, I am currently looking at the use of parent-child visitation and potentials for use of visitation times for parent-child interventions. I have heard that in Utah there is either a pilot project or a policy in place for setting up parent-child visits within 24 hours of removal. I am trying to find out more about this and am interested in whether there has been any evaluation on this practice. I have also heard that there is a practice in California where children and parents would get a phone call within 24 hours and am wondering whether there is any information about the impact of the calls on parents and children. If anyone has any further information about either of these protocols and whether they have been associated with any outcomes it would be very helpful. I am also wondering if anyone has had experience in developing an assessment tool for determining the level of supervision required during visits? A tool to know when it is time to liberalize the visits? Thank you, Jessica ______________________________ Jessica Rodriguez-JenKins, MSW Research Assistant | Predoctoral Instructor Partners for Our Children | University of Washington School of Social Work Box 359476 | Seattle, WA 98195-9476 F: 206-221-3155