More than Words: The Emotional Maltreatment of Children

More than Words: The Emotional Maltreatment of Children
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Module 1
Recorded on: 2020-05-21
Unit 1 Slide Deck: More than Words
Unit 2 Transcript: More than Words
Unit 3 Workbook: More than Words
Unit 4 Recording: More than Words

Webinar Video Clip: More Than Words – The Emotional Maltreatment of Children

 

There are different types of abuse, but regardless of the type of abuse a victim experiences, the emotional aspect of the incident affects the individual. Fear, anxiety, and depression, among others can stem from physical, sexual, and verbal abuse and it can have life-long impacts.

Back on Justice Clearinghouse is one of our sought-after speakers, Andrew Campbell. Andrew is an expert on domestic violence and the associated risks of harm for its victims. Using cutting edge data analysis coupled with his first-hand experience on family violence, he provides education for agencies and communities on this topic. He’s published numerous studies on this area and is the CEO/Founder of Campbell Research & Consulting.

Topics discussed in this session are:

  • What emotional maltreatment is, its prevalence, and the most common misconceptions on emotional maltreatment of children.
  • The components that create the opportunity for abuse to occur.
  • The various ways that emotional maltreatment may transpire, why it is commonly missed, and the forms in which it occurs.
  • Children as collateral damage in intimate partner violence.
  • How exposure to abuse can impact children’s development when they ‘cannot understand or remember things yet’, and even before birth.
  • Toxic stress in children – the neuroscience behind it, and how prolonged exposure can impact children’s development and have lasting effects.
  • How the COVID-19 pandemic is posing greater risks for violence at home due to financial, spatial, and work-related stressors.
  • Neglect as a form of maltreatment when the well-intended caregiver is no longer able to provide attention to the children because of his/her own trauma.
  • Zeroing in on the long-lasting, life-altering effects of violence at home by examining poly-victimization and adverse childhood experiences.
  • The importance of awareness within the responding agencies on the interrelation of different types of abuse and victimization in order to address the issue on a holistic level.
  • Encouraging people to report abuse by educating them on concerning caregiver behaviors, symptoms of emotional abuse, and engaging the community to prevent and mitigate harm.

Audience questions were on:

  • The similarity of disaster situations and the current conditions with COVID-19, and how it impacts domestic violence.
  • Witnessing nimal abuse as a potential adverse childhood experience.
  • How abuse and victimization can become part of our genetic make-up.
  • Tips on getting various agencies and community stakeholders to collaborate and work towards mitigating child abuse.

 

Resources and Handouts

 

Audience Comments

  • “How Emotional Abuse is not as highlighted as it should be! Lot’s of informative and helpful information provided in this webinar, thank you!” — Alicia
  • “Absolutely love listening in on Andrew’s webinars. He’s an amazing speaker.” — Amanda
  • “I often find the stats in these trainings are old, so I appreciate the presenter using up to date information.” — Arrow
  • “This was very informative. Andrew did an excellent job presenting the material. He injected his personal experiences into the presentation and this made it more real. I look forward to more webinars and will be encouraging more of my associates to participate in them as well.” — Ron
  • “Mr. Campbell had a lot of good information to share with the participants. I like all the data and research that he sited. His approach is very academic and I like his style.” — Bridgette
  • “I’ve had a lot of DV training, but this information was just a really good reminder of how important it is to pay attention to the abuse that might be happening that doesn’t leave physical evidence.” — Katy
  • “Andrew was an excellent speaker! He pointed out the damaging effect of hearing/seeing abuse to very small children. I think this is something that a lot of people still don’t realize, even I didn’t fully realize the impact. Fantastic speaker.” — Kari
  • “Andrew Campbell is a wonderful presenter…his information is so relevant and beneficial for social services providers that may encounter children and adults who may have been exposed to DV and/or prolonged toxic stress. I really appreciated his willingness to share about some of his own personal experiences. THANK YOU MR. CAMPBELL!!” — Rachel

 

 

** This webinar has been certified by the National Sheriffs' Association and may be eligible for Continuing Education Units through your POST. Please consult your local certification processes for additional details. Paid subscribers that attend will be able to download a jointly issued attendance certificate that includes the National Sheriffs' Association logo.
** This webinar has been certified by the National Animal Care and Control Association and may be eligible for Continuing Education Units. Please consult your local certification processes for additional details. Current NACA Members who attend will be able to download a jointly issued attendance certificate that includes the National Animal Care & Control Association logo.
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