I. Child Maltreatment and Family Processes.- The Web of Violence: The Role of Families in Vulnerability & Protection across the Span of Childhood.- Creating a Safe Haven: The Complicated Nature of Social Support in Fostering Resilience among Survivors of Child Maltreatment.- "Why didn't you tell?" Helping Families and Children Weather the Process of a Sexual Abuse Disclosure.- A Population-Level Examination of Non-Fatal and Fatal Child Maltreatment: Lessons for Prevention.- II. Intergenerational Transmission of Child Maltreatment.- The Intergenerational Transmission of Child Maltreatment.- Environments Recreated: The Unique Struggles of Offspring Born to Abused Mothers.- Prevention of Intergenerational Transmission of Maltreatment.- Non-Offending Caregivers of Sexually Abused Children.- III. Intervening with Maltreated Children and Their Families.- Trauma-Focused CBT for Children and Adolescents.- The Critical Role of Caregivers/Parents in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.- Help for Families Involved in Physical Aggression/Abuse: Alternatives for Families: A CBT.- Evidence-Based Behavioral Parent-Child Parenting Models in Child Welfare.- IV. Preventing Child Maltreatment: Current Efforts, Future Directions.- Getting the Most Juice for the Squeeze: Where SafeCare(R) and Other Evidence-Based Programs Need to Evolve to Better Protect Children.- Making Replication Work: Monitoring Program Fidelity in Evidence-Based Home Visiting Programs.- Looking at Prevention through an Evidence-Based Practice Lens.- Meeting at the Midway: Systems, Partnership & Collaborative Inquiry to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse.
Douglas M. Teti is Professor of Human Development, Psychology, and Pediatrics at Penn State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Vermont in 1984, served as an associate editor of Developmental Psychology from 2000 to 2004, and is currently an Associate Editor of Infancy. He is also Associate Director of Penn State's Social Science Research Institute and Lead Faculty of Penn State's Parenting-at-Risk interdisciplinary faculty research initiative, sponsored by Penn State's Child Study Center. Over the past 20 years, he has conducted research that has integrated parental and family functioning and child-parent attachment in both "low-risk" and "high-risk" contexts.