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Protective Factors, Resilience, and Child Abuse and Neglect: A Powerpoint Presentation

Protective Factors, Resilience, and Child Abuse and Neglect: A Powerpoint Presentation

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Published by Jane Gilgun
Slow but perceptible changes are taking place in how we think about outcomes when persons have experienced risks such as child abuse and neglect. Professionals, policy makers, and researchers are beginning to build notions of protective factors into their everyday activities. This powerpoint presentation outlines the main points in the applicaiton of notions of protective processes and resilience to child abuse and neglect.
Slow but perceptible changes are taking place in how we think about outcomes when persons have experienced risks such as child abuse and neglect. Professionals, policy makers, and researchers are beginning to build notions of protective factors into their everyday activities. This powerpoint presentation outlines the main points in the applicaiton of notions of protective processes and resilience to child abuse and neglect.

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Published by: Jane Gilgun on Mar 25, 2012
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Protective Factors, Resilience,
and Child Abuse and Neglect
 
Jane F. Gilgun, Ph.D., LICSW
School of Social Work 
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
 
Child abuse and neglect
 
The effects of childhood abuse and neglect
can be life-long and have serious effects onthe quality of life
Some child victims of abuse and neglect
cope with, adapt to, and overcome many of the effects of abuse and neglect
This suggests the existence of processes
that are protective
 
Protective processes
moderate the effectsof risks
They are found within individuals, families,
peer groups, social institutions such asschools, and through more nebulous
influences such as social policy and economic
forces
Adults provide the resources and createconditions that foster protective processeswhen children have experienced risks andother adversities
Peers often are factors in protective processes

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