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    Presentation

    Thursday | December 7, 2017

    Prof. Louise  Arseneault, King's college, London- "Safe, supportive, and nurturing relationships: Their impact on the cycle of abuse and outcomes of child maltreatment"

    SYMPOSIUM I: SIBLING SEXUAL ABUSE  Dafna Tener, Noam Tarshish
    Dafna Tener – Sibling Sexual Abuse, Child Advocacy Center and the research context
    Roni Liberman, Ronit Essing Kedar – Understanding and coping with cases of sibling sexual abuse Child Advocacy Center perspective
    Noam Tarshish – “Victim Perpetrator or Just My Brother”- sibling perceptions on SSA: A Child Advocacy Center study
    Efrat Luski – Parental attitudes following disclosure of sibling sexual abuse: A child Advocacy Center study
    Carmit Katz – “It’s much more of family issue than a legal one”: examining the decision making process of forensic interviewers in cases of sibling sexual abuse
    Merav Saban – Dilemmas during therapy in Sibling Sexual Abuse cases

     

    INTERVENTION PROGRAMS AND PRACTICE ISSUES
     Ellen Kadosh – "Trapped"
    Merav Aviram – Ashdod Municipal Social Employment Venture for parasol and tanning bed rental and social kiosk
    Tomer Miron – The expression of childhood sexual abuse in projective tests: How does it help us to better understand the impact of trauma on the individual?
    Aya Almog-Zaken – “Everything Starts at Home" How can home-based intervention programs monitor and reduce risk factors among infant?

     PREVENTION
    Noam Arkin – SafeCare : Early childhood prevention program

    Dana Pugach- Criminalization of child grooming- an overprotection or justified preventative tool

    Naomi Ruhman – Netivim: Presenting a workshop for educators on ways of dealing with troubled children in the classroom
    Anat Ofir, Ruty Geva – Entrepreneurship models in child maltreatment prevention

    OUT OF HOME CARE
    Dana Lassri – A mentalization-based integrative intervention for looked-after-children and their foster-carers
    Paulo Delgado – Mediation in foster care: New challenges for social intervention
    Einat Peled – “A girl's place is in the home": A critical analysis of spatial gendered scripts in narratives of runaway girls

    THE CONTEXT OF PROFESSIONAL WORKERS
    Ariel Tenenbaum – Adverse childhood events and stress in children’s books: University students learn and implement
    knowledge to detect harmful exposure to kids in children’s books

    Noa Ginossar, Cigal Knei-Paz – Treating young children and parents exposed to violence and conflict: The therapist’s role in repairing moral development

    Shani Oppenheim-Weller – Values and decision making of child welfare professionals: An experimental and cross– cultural analysis
    Daphna Gross-Manos – Two sides of the same neighborhood? Multilevel analysis of residents and child welfare workers perspectives on neighborhood disorder and collective efficacy


    SYMPOSIUM II: DISSEMINATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTION
    IN ISRAEL: CHILD-PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY (CPP) / Paula David

    Paula David – From evidence-based practice to trauma informed training: Bottom-up dissemination of an intervention
    for early childhood trauma

    Adena Hoffnung Assouline, Cigal Knei-Paz – Trauma & attachment focused interventions in the framework of meetings
    between children in the process of adoption and their biological parents –The challenge and the opportunity

    Yael Oberman – Challenges and advantages of practicing CPP in a boad multidisciplinary framework

    INTERVENTION PROGRAMS AND PRACTICE ISSUES
    Yuval Saar-Heiman – Enacting Poverty-Aware Social Work In the Child Protection System: Challenges and Suggestions for Practice
    ?Ayala Oren – "We Went Out ". How to treat families that do not benefit from treatment but their children are at high risk
    Mariana Antoniuk – Overcoming barriers: UNITAF model- Creating early childhood facilities for non-status community in Israel
    Gemma Crous – Child social exclusion

    ABUSE IN FAMILIAL CONTEXT
    Benny Bailey, Hagit Turjeman – The role of the gender of abusive parents in the inter-generational transmission
    of partner violence: A preliminary study

    Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia – The relationship between exposure to family violence during childhood and adolescence and
    ?post-traumatic stress symptoms during young adulthood: Is it moderated and mediated by self-efficacy and social support

    Ohad Gilbar – Complex-PTSD as a mechanism for the association between child abuse/neglect and intimate partner
    violence by men



    CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND MANDATORY REPORTING

    Zakiah Massarwa – The experience of art therapists from the Arab society, when facing mandatory reporting on child abuse
    Jim Spilsbury – The neighborhood – child maltreatment link: Findings from the Cleveland Neighborhood Ecologies and Child Maltreatment Mixed Methods Study
    Daniel Gottlieb – Religious, communal and clinical obstacles to mandatory reporting of child abuse

    LEGISLATION AND LAW
    Yael Karni –Visel -The association between emotional expression and the type of information children report about intra-familial abuse: The role of emotional support during a forensic interview

    Friso Ross – Psycho-social court assistance in child maltreatment proceedings - A new field of work for social pedagogists  and social workers
    Tamar Morag – Abolishing defences for the use of parental corporal punishment - What enabled the change in Israel? what delays it in other countries
    Lidia Rabinovich – Access to justice for children at risk in Israel

    CHILD ABUSE
    Dana Lassri – Undetected scars? Self-criticism, attachment, and romantic relationships among otherwise well-functioning
    childhood maltreatment survivors
    Cinzia Canali – Peer behavior and maltreatment effect
    ?Gila Chen, Keren Gueta – Child abuse and cognitive appraisal of child abuse: Do gender differences exist
    Shirley Ben Shlomo – Maternal stress among mothers of latency children: The role of childhood maternity, childhood
    trauma of abuse and self differentiation

    CORE CONCEPTS IN CHILD MALTREATMENT: A CROSS-CULTURAL, CONTEXT-INFORMED
    COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

    Chair: Yochay Nadan, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    Discussant: Dorit Roer-Strier, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    Participants: Jill Korbin, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    Daphna Gross-Manos, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    Netanel Gemara, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Rivki Keesing, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Noemie Bloomberg, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Yan Serdtse, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Lital Yona, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Shelly Engdaw-Vanda, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    Friday | December 8, 2017

    Prof. Gerald P. Mallon, Hunter College, Silberman School of Social Work, New York- Navigating safety, permanency, and well-being for maltreated LGBTQ youth in child welfare settingsay

    SYMPOSIUM III: CHILDREN AND LAW: PRACTITIONERS AND RESEARCHERS PROMOTING JUSTICE
    FOR CHILDREN
    / Carmit Katz, Bob Shapell School of Social Work, Tel Aviv University
    Hanin Murdy – Cultural adaptation of forensic investigations: preliminary results from investigative interviews
    with Israeli Arab children

    Talia Glucklich – "In Search of Lost Time": The concept of Time as provided by preschoolers during forensic interviews
    Shir Piller – Touching the white elephant in the room: Fantasy in forensic investigations with children
    Michal Briteman – Justice for preschoolers- results from the adapted protocol 

    INTERVENTION PROGRAMS AND PRACTICE ISSUES
    Dori Rivkin, Gila Gablinger – Estimating the relative prevalence of child abuse among children with disabilities in Israel
    Inkje Sachau – Living conditions and health issues of minority (Roma/ Ashkali, Egyptian) children in the example of Kosovo

    ABUSE IN CULTURAL CONTEXTS
    Michele Corriero – The educator and the pedagogue: A possible interdisciplinary action
    Fang Zhao – Child sexual abuse: Ethical issues in China
    Haneen Elias, Raghda Alnabilsy, Shira Pagorek-Eshel – The long term consequences of child abuse among
    Arab young women in Israel

    Nadia Massarweh – Taking children's perceptions into consideration - Perceiving abuse in cultural context

    SEXUAL ABUSE
    Anat Talmon – "Body self" in the shadow of childhood sexual abuse: The long-term implications of sexual abuse
    for male and female adult survivors

    Yehonatan Piamenta – Whose trial is it anyway? The perspectives of young victims of sexual assault regarding
    the criminal process

    Irit Hershkowitz – The association between interviewer's support and the quality of forensic statements made
    by reluctant children about intra-familial abuse

    CHILDREN'S WELL-BEING
    Yoa Sorek – Children of divorce who feel "caught in the middle": Their subjective quality of life and ways to enhance it
    Fares Issa – Providing medical and psycho-social therapy in Ziv medical center (Tzfat) for Syrian children suffering
    from post-war negligence

    Erna Törmälehto – Being ignored at school: A structural problem 

     

    PLENARY IV FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN CHILD MALTREATMENT: CREATING A JOINT MAP - WHERE SHOULD WE GO FROM HERE

    The Hon. Judge, Galit Wygodzki Mor, Chair of the Israeli Youth Court
    Rami Benbenishty, School of Social Work, Bar Ilan University
    Carmit Katz, School of Social Work, Tel Aviv University
    Dafna Tener, School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University
    Verd Windman, The National Council for the Child

     
     
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