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Child Abuse and Neglect in CanadaA Guide for Mandatory Reporters$
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Lea Tufford

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190083472

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190083472.001.0001

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Strategies to Maintain the Relationship

Strategies to Maintain the Relationship

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(p.187) 11 Strategies to Maintain the Relationship
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Child Abuse and Neglect in Canada
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Lea Tufford

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190083472.003.0011

Following the decision to report or not report child maltreatment, many mandatory reporters are concerned with maintaining the relationship with the family, and this concern is examined more extensively in this chapter. This chapter describes typical client feelings and reactions to a report of suspected child abuse and neglect as well as the potential impacts on the relationship. A comprehensive overview of strategies to maintain the relationship is covered, including engagement strategies, reporting strategies, information strategies, affect regulation strategies (for mandatory reporter and client), advocacy strategies, resource strategies, and strategies that take culture and ethnicity into account. At the conclusion of this chapter is a conceptual model outlining the reporting decision-making factors and the strategies to maintain the relationship.

Keywords:   relationship, feelings, reactions, strategies, engagement, reporting, information, affect regulation, advocacy, resource

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