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Gregorowski, C., & Seedat, S. (2013). Addressing Childhood Trauma in a Developmental Context. Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health, 25, 105-118.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Using Evidence Based Home Visiting for Preventing Intergenerational Adverse Childhood Experiences

    AUTHORS: Makenzie A. Phillips, Theodore W. McDonald, Dorothy I. Kishbaugh

    KEYWORDS: Home Visiting, Early Childhood Intervention, Adverse Childhood Experience, ACE, Trauma

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.8 No.14, December 25, 2017

    ABSTRACT: A body of literature has amassed in recent years examining risk factors and outcomes for children who have experienced various forms of trauma. Childhood maltreatment in various forms has commonly been termed adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), which are severe enough to negatively impact mental and physical health in both childhood and adulthood, as well as lead to a variety of undesirable life outcomes for affected adults. Less has been studied regarding the cyclical nature of child maltreatment and the effects that parents’ own history of childhood trauma may have on their children’s experience of trauma. Recent research has evaluated intervention strategies such as evidence-based home visiting (EBHV) programs for mothers and infants/toddlers that address this phenomenon and aims to interrupt the cycle of maltreatment. The benefits of home visiting will be reviewed and policy and cost implications related to preventive intervention are discussed.