Browse our complete list of publications
We have over 70 publications available, many of which can be downloaded at no cost. Hard copies can also be
ordered from the Centre for the cost of printing plus shipping and handling.
Our annual reports provide a good overview of current activities and highlights at the Centre.
Resources on Children Exposed to Domestic Violence
In one place, you will find all the Centre's resources on children exposed to family violence.
Manuals for a variety of criminal justice professionals and educators on the topics of children and family violence, helping children testify in court, conduct disorder, depression, and cognitive behavioral approaches to work in custody settings.
Links to the pages about research reports on peer-to-peer violence, child protection mediation, children living with domestic violence, children of incarcerated mothers, and a multi-site randomized trial of multisystemic therapy for high-risk young offenders, etc. You can also see the Centre's ethical protocol for research.
SIGMA: Applied Essentials for the Helping Professions
The SIGMA series succinctly summarizes the lastest research on important topics for social workers, teachers, and other helping professionals. Issues are available on ambiguous loss in adolescents, depression and suicide in adolescents, adolescent dating violence, peer-to-peer aggression in residential facilities, and conferencing in youth justice.
The Margaret McCain Lecture Series
Each lecture will addresses a topic of interest shared by Margaret and our staff, such as the early years and the effects of violence on children. A summary of the 2004 lecture is available, entitled Maltreatment and the Developing Brain, by Dr. Bruce Perry.
A representation of papers from our international conferences on children and family violence.
Resources for Families
Books Published by Centre Staff
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