Utilization of skills and knowledge by graduates of child abuse programs: How and why these graduates utilized the skills and knowledge they obtained in the program

 
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Parental roles underwent a transformational perspective. The research supports relationship-centered parenting as a better way of parenting. Positive child outcomes arise from non-punitive, "evenhanded" and warm behaviors. Parents who practiced relationship-centered parenting were more positive toward relationships and their lives in general. Before completion of the program, the research subjects failed to understand their children''s behavior. A parent who practices relationship-centered parenting feels empowered to actively and positively parent. Child protection workers should realize that removing children from abusive situations only temporarily alleviates the problem. The findings of this study suggest that parenting programs can result in the transformation of parenting behavior. The data showed that the belief child abusers cannot change is a misconception. If this research is corroborated by future research, the implication is that parent education programs should be expanded. More is needed for severely under-funded intervention programs. This finding is provocative in that if it holds true, the implication for the reduction on child abuse is substantial.

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David Paulk spent a number of years as an EMT/Paramedic in Georgia, before graduating from Alderson- Broaddus College in West Virginia. He worked primarily in the surgical fields, before obtaining his Master''s degree from West Virginia University where his primary field of research was child abuse. He publishes in professional journals in the area of child maltreatment, and speaks on the local, regional, national and international level about the subject. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Education from Rutgers University where his dissertation developed the theory explaining why abusers stop maltreating their children. Doctor Paulk is a tireless advocate for our nation''s children and a voice for those abused children of all ages who cannot speak for themselves. He has been active in this field for well over ten years. He advocates a multi-faceted approach of prevention, recognition and intervention. Doctor Paulk holds a faculty appointment as an Associate Professor in Arcadia University''s Department of Medical Science and Community Health where he is also the Academic Coordinator. He is a guest lecturer with Philadelphia University''s School of Health Sciences, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Drexel-Hahnemann University, Rutgers University, Cecil County Community College School of Nursing, Shenandoah University and Widener University''s School of Law. Doctor Paulk was part of the team that developed interactive CDs dealing with health issues for middle school children. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Authentic Voices, and is a member of the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, The Delaware Academy of Medicine and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Furthermore, he served with the Hunterdon County, New Jersey Board of Education''s District Advisory Committee. He is ordained as an elder in the Presbyterian Church. He has been honored twice with special recognition by The National Exchange Club and he held the Arcadia University Vitetta Professorship from 2004-2006. Doctor Paulk currently lives in THE garden spot of New Jersey - Flemington, where he assists in the raising of his three daughters, two stepsons and Elvis and Parker, the family''s two cats.

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