Please click on the links below to download trauma related publications and products developed by staff from the Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
- A Methodological Study of Order Effects in Reporting Relational Aggression Experiences
- Trauma exposure interacts with the genetic risk of bipolar disorder
- Thompson E.A. (2018) Addressing Birth Parent Trauma: Pathway to Reunification. In: Strand V., Sprang G. (eds) Trauma Responsive Child Welfare Systems. Springer, Cham
- Randomized Clinical Trial of Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Preadolescent Children With Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder: Feasibility and Outcomes
- The role of genes involved in stress, neural plasticity, and brain circuitry in depressive phenotypes: Convergent findings in a mouse model of neglect
- Understanding Barriers to Initial Treatment Engagement among Underserved Families Seeking Mental Health Services
- Offermann, B., Beltran, M., Rollo, C., Connors, K.M., (2016). Group Work with Children impacted by Sexual Abuse. G. Greif & C. Knight (Eds.). Group Work with Populations at Risk (pp. 347-372). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
- Yoga-based Psychotherapy Groups for Boys Exposed to Trauma in Urban Settings
- The Effects of Psychological Trauma on Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Research Review
- Traumatic Childhood Experiences in the 21st Century: Broadening and Building on the ACE Studies With Data From the National Child Traumatic Stress Network
- Get SMART: Effective Treatment for Sexually Abused Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior
- Children in Foster Care: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Psychiatric Diagnoses
- Supporting the Need for an Integrated System of Care for Youth with Co-occurring Traumatic Stress and Substance Abuse Problems
- Somatic Symptoms, Peer and School Stress, and Family and Community Violence Exposure Among Urban Elementary School Children
- Links Between Child and Adolescent Trauma Exposure and Service Use Histories in a National Clinic-Referred Sample
- Depression in Inner City African-American Youth: A Phenomenological Study
- Risky Business: Trauma Exposure and Rate of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in African American Children and Adolescents
- Maternal Drug Abuse History, Maltreatment, and Functioning in a Clinical Sample of Urban Children
- FamilyLive: Parental Skill Building for Caregivers with Interpersonal Trauma Exposures
- Psychiatric disorders and lefthandedness in children living in an urban environment
- Do Trauma Symptoms Mediate the Relationship Between Childhood Physical Abuse and Adult Child Abuse Risk?
- Relability of the GAF and CGAS with Children Exposed to Trauma
Prevention, Intervention, and Policy Strategies to Reduce the Individual and Social Costs Associated with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) for Children in Baltimore City
This report, written by Drs. Elizabeth A. Thompson and Joan Kaufman of the Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress at Kennedy Krieger Institute reviews the state of the science on programs designed to prevent ACEs and mitigate their negative effects, and surveys the Baltimore City landscape in terms of prevalence of ACEs and the availability of interventions to address ACEs.
Broken Three Times
Written by the Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress Research Director, Joan Kaufman, Broken Three Times is a story about child abuse in America. It begins with snapshots from a mother's abusive childhood, then fast-forwards to her family's first involvement with Connecticut protective services when her children are eleven and ten. Each chapter of the book provides a launching point for discussing state-of-the-art policy, practice, and scientific updates relevant for understanding risk, promoting resilience, and improving the child welfare system.
John Fairbank, Co-Director of the UCLA-Duke University National Center for Child Traumatic Stress states, "Kaufman seamlessly links her authentic, compelling, and riveting case history of one family's journey through the US child welfare system to the underlying research in neuroscience, epidemiology, and evidence-based practice. I highly recommend this powerful clinical, scientific, and policy page-turner to all concerned with improving services for children and families who have experienced trauma."
Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress Yoga-Based Psychotherapy Group Manual
The Yoga-Based Psychotherapy Group (YBPG) protocol was developed by the Mind/Body Clinic at the Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress at Kennedy Krieger Institute for children 8-12 years old who have been abused, neglected, exposed to violence or at-risk for experiencing trauma.
The YBPG Manual is intended for mental health and health care professionals, yoga teachers and teachers in academic settings. A literature review, the 14-week protocol for facilitating YBPG, weekly yoga practices for group participants and handouts are included in the 96-page manual.
The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress was a recipient of a SAMHSA Grant 2007-2012 which in part supported this project. The cost of the YBPG Manual is $39.95 and shipping. To order, complete and submit the below order form using the shipping cost sheet to fill in the shipping amount.