February 16, 2017

ZAP Faculty Respond to the Child Abuse & Neglect Article

Most adults don’t consider the potential life-long impact of spanking as a form of discipline when responding to a child’s difficult behavior, but they should.
February 15, 2017

Spanking and Adult Mental Health Impairment

February 15, 2017

Faculty response to the The Girl Scouts of America blog post, Reminder: She Doesn’t Owe Anyone a Hug. Not Even at the Holidays

A recent blog by the Girl Scouts of the USA entitled Reminder: She Doesn't Owe Anyone a Hug. Not Even at the Holidays.
February 15, 2017

Creating Positive Online Footprints

We are always reshaping and tweaking our online safety presentations based on youth input. We take their opinions and feedback seriously, and we take their questions to heart.
February 15, 2017

So, how are the children?

This is something I am often asked when I am teaching. As a new school year approaches, this question is very timely. If we lived in a world where all children grew up safe and free from harm, we would answer "Wonderful!"
February 15, 2017

Equipping Youth Serving Organizations

February 14, 2017

Family Safety Night

One model is to have a family safety night at least twice each year. We suggest having an intentional time when school starts and again as school wraps up to talk personal safety together as a family
November 16, 2015

What happened to you? —Stephanie Morris

Mrs. Jones teaches tenth grade English and she has had enough of Hollis Robertson. Hollis is late every day; he disrupts class with his constant movement; he often falls asleep.
February 18, 2015

Considerations: When Interviewing Reluctant Children

The field of forensic interviewing is constantly evolving and so mustthe skills of those who conduct these interviews.
February 26, 2009

Volume 1, Issue 7: Creating a Constructive Practice: Family and Professional Partnership in High-risk Child Protection Case Conferences

Olmsted County Child & Family Services in Rochester, Minnesota, developed a family case conferencing approach in the juvenile court system involving children determined to be a thigh risk of maltreatment