Titel: Munchausen by Proxy
Autor/en: Louisa J. Lasher, Mary S. Sheridan
PAPERBACKSHOP UK IMPORT
August 2004 - kartoniert - 374 Seiten
Selected for inclusion in Doody's Core Titles in the Health Sciences, 2005 edition (DCT), Munchausen by Proxy: Identification, Intervention, and Case Management is the first book to walk you step-by-step through a suspected MBP maltreatment case from suspicion onward. This skills-based, practical book is generously enhanced with case examples, sample forms, figures, and representative management plans. Munchausen by Proxy (MBP) is a dangerous kind of maltreatment in which a caretaker deliberately and repeatedly exaggerates, fabricates, and/or induces a health problem or problems in someone under his or her care. Authors Lasher and Sheridan--experts in MBP and child protection--have come together to fill the gap in the libraries of anyone who may become involved with a MBP case. This includes child welfare professionals and staff, law enforcement, school personnel, health care practitioners, judges and lawyers, and social workers.
Foreword (Marc D. Feldman) Preface and Acknowledgments PART I: MUNCHAUSEN BY PROXY MALTREATMENT Chapter 1. Defining Munchausen by Proxy Elements of the Definition Terminology Issues A Controversy: Does MBP Exist Chapter 2. Perpetrators, Victims, and Others Perpetrators Victims Others Chapter 3. Integrity in MBP Practice Fairness Reporting to Child Protective Agencies Confidentiality Qualifications to Practice in the Field Colleague Relationships System Issues Public Awareness of MBP Building a Solid Knowledge Base for MBP Theory and Practice PART II: THE CONFIRMATION/DISCONFIRMATION PROCESS Chapter 4. Essential Elements in the Confirmation/Disconfirmation Process Description of the Essential Elements The Essential Elements for MBP Case Success Applied to a Case Example Chapter 5. Suspecting and Reporting Suspecting MBP Reporting MBP Criteria for Confirming/Disconfirming MBP Initial Child Protective Agency Response to a Report of MBP Suspicions Chapter 6. Gathering Information: The MBP Investigation Written Records and Documents Interviews Other Methods of Information Gathering Chapter 7. Information Evaluation, Information Organization, and the Confirmation/Disconfirmation Decision Information Evaluation Organizing Information The MBP Confirmation/Disconfirmation Decision and the Functioning of the MMT The Work of the MMT: Initial and Subsequent Meetings PART III: CASE PLANNING AND CASE MANAGEMENT IN CONFIRMED MBP Chapter 8. Essential Elements in Case Planning and Case Management When MBP Has Been Confirmed The Essential Elements Following Confirmation Summary of the Formula for MBP Case Success: A Case Example Chapter 9. Initial Postconfirmation Victim and Case Protection Initial Task 1: Risk Assessment Initial Task 2: Protecting the Victim and the Case Initial Task 3: Removing the Victim from the Care, Custody, Control, and Influence of the Perpetrator; Placement in an Appropriate Setting Initial Task 4: The Postconfirmation/Confrontation Interview Appendix: Munchausen by Proxy Risk Assessment Work Sheet Chapter 10. MBP Case Planning and Management Case Planning in Child Protection and MBP Cases Case Planning Goal 1: Ensuring the Safety of the Victim(s) and Sibling(s) Case Planning Goal 2: Provision of Appropriate Case Services Case Planning Goals 3 and 4: Determining the Permanency Goal, Time Line, and Future Planning Appendix: Recommended Case Plan Elements in MBP Chapter 11. MBP Maltreatment Legal Activities and Considerations Attorney Selection The MBP Expert Selecting the MBP Expert Common MBP Maltreatment Legal Strategies Motions Educating the Court About MBP Maltreatment The Probable Cause Hearing A Final Observation on the Importance of the Court Process Chapter 12. Therapeutic Considerations with Perpetrators Therapy in the MBP Literature Diagnosis and Prognosis in MBP Conclusion Chapter 13. Implications for Intervention with Victims Assessing the Victim's Need for Psychosocial Treatment Consequences of MBP to Victims Therapeutic Approaches Described in the Literature MBP and Child Sexual Abuse: An Analogy References Index