• November 2012
  • Vol. 13, No. 10

Child Welfare Research

CBX points to new research examining the ability of youth in foster care to reduce feelings of anxiety and increase feelings of hopefulness through Cognitively Based Compassion Training.

  • Cognitively Based Compassion Training
    Children and youth who experience early life adversary (ELA) or traumatic events such as sexual abuse or parental neglect are at a higher risk for medical and psychiatric illness as adults. A new...
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  • State Approaches to TANF Block Grants
    The Urban Institute recently published a report on the varying ways in which States have used funding from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant. The report provides an...
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  • Court-Driven Child Welfare Reforms
    Examples of how State courts can take the lead in reforming child welfare practice and improving outcomes for children and families are highlighted in a new report from First Focus. In the report,...
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