Vol. 7 No. 1 (2020)
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Martine Hébert
1-4
Introduction: IJCAR – Issue 7
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Sherry Hamby, Elizabeth Taylor, Kimberly Mitchell, Lisa Jones, Chris Newlin
5-17
Is it better to seek or to receive? A dual-factor model of social support
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Sherry Hamby, Elizabeth Taylor, Kimberly Mitchell, Lisa Jones, Chris Newlin
18-31
Est-ce mieux de rechercher ou de recevoir ? Un modèle de soutien social à double facteur
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Christine Wekerle
32-38
From adverse childhood experiences to wellbeing: Portfolios of resilience
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Arianne Jean-Thorn, Laetitia Mélissande Amédée, Alison Paradis, Martine Hébert
39-48
Validation of the resilience scale (CD-RISC 10) with nonoffending mothers of sexually abused children
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Sarah Cabecinha-Alati, Rachel Langevin, Tina Montreuil
49-71
A Conceptual Model of the Intergenerational Transmission of Emotion Dysregulation in Mothers with a History of Childhood Maltreatment
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Roxanne Guyon, Mylène Fernet, Natacha Godbout
72-86
‘‘A journey back to my wholeness’’: A qualitative metasynthesis on the relational and sexual recovery process of child sexual abuse survivors
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Negar Vakili, Sherry Stewart, Savanah Smith, Annphin Mathew, Christine Wekerle
87-101
Instagram as a knowledge mobilization platform for youth resilience research: An exploratory study
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Delphine Collin-Vézina
102-107
Thematic section on child and youth complex trauma: Promoting social courage to shift practices, policies and research
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Shannon Stewart, Ashley Toohey, Natalia Lapshina
108-122
Childhood Maltreatment and Risk of Harm to Self and Others: The Role of Sex and Polyvictimization
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Alexane Alie-Poirier, Martine Hébert, Pierre McDuff, Isabelle Daigneault
123-138
Mental health Profiles of Sexually Abused Youth: Comorbidity, Resilience and Complex Trauma
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Melanie Doucet
139-153
All My Relations: Examining nonhuman relationships as sources of social capital for Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth 'aging out' of care in Canada
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Denise Michelle Brend, Ginny Sprang
154-165
Trauma-Informed Care in Child Welfare: An Imperative for Residential Childcare Workers
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Rosee Bruneau-Bherer, Sara Tremblay, Alexandra Matte-Landry, Camille Pépin, Delphine Collin-Vézina
166-177
Le programme Namaste, une psychothérapie de groupe basée sur le yoga pour les jeunes ayant un vécu de trauma complexe: une série d’étude de cas
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Ash Lowenthal
178-194
Trauma-informed care implementation in the child- and youth-serving sectors: A scoping review
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Katherine Maurer
195-210
Exploring resilience in the affect regulation of family violence-exposed adolescents: « des fois ça marche, des fois, ça [ne] marche pas »
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Martine Hébert, Isabelle V. Daignault, Claudia Blanchard-Dallaire
211-221
Adaptation of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for cases of complex trauma
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Denise Brend, Nicolas Fréchette, Arnaud Milord-Nadon, Tim Harbinson, Delphine Colin-Vezina
222-232
Implementing trauma-informed care through social innovation in residential care facilities serving elementary school children
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