Illinois Child Welfare

Journal Articles

Volume 1 • Number 1 (2004)


Introducing Illinois Child Welfare
Katherine B. Tyson, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief


Chaos on the Campus: Recognizing the Early Warning Signs. A Guide for Administrators of Residential Centers
Robert Bloom, Ph.D.

Helping Foster Parents Manage the Addiction to Unhappiness in Their Foster Children:
A New Approach to Preventing Placement Failures in Foster Care and Adoption Settings

Martha Heineman Pieper, Ph.D. & William Joseph Pieper, M.D.

From Epiphany to Culture Change: Reflections on the Promise of Prevention
Bernice Weissbourd, M.A.

Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect: Good Faith Immunity for Health Care Providers
Theodore R. LeBlang, Esq.

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Sudden Unexpected Infant Death
Henry F. Krous, M.D. & Roger Byard, M.D.

A Successful Failure: Difficult Questions for the Interface between
the Adoption and Safe Families Act and the Therapeutic Process

Dorothea M. Epple, Ph.D.

Letters to My ‘Uncle Long Legs’: A Case Illustration of Letter Counseling to Children
Yeung Ka Ching, Ph.D. & Garrie Yuk Ying Chau

Teaching Strategies for Maltreated Students with Learning Disabilities
Barbara Lowenthal, Ed.D.

From the Program Director’s Desk

Missing Children, Changing Populations and Unrecognized Needs:
Why Governor Blagojevich’s Child Welfare Task Force was so Important

Bryan Samuels, M.A.

From the Advocate’s Desk

Latino Population and Child Welfare Services: Reflections on Policy, Practice,
and Research from the Latino Consortium Roundtable Discussions

Luis Barrios, M.S.W., Layla Suleiman, Ph.D. & Maria Vidal de Haymes, Ph.D.

Annotated Bibliography

Why are people of color so disproportionately over-represented in the child welfare system?
Deborah Major, M.S.W., LCSW

Book Reviews

Pathologies of Power
Lisette Piedra, M.S.W., LCSW

International Humanitarians
Emily Carroll, M.A., LCSW


Loyola University