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Division of Human Development and Disabilities (2016) Children’s Mental Health Basics. Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, DeKalb County.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Psychotropic Drugs: The Excessive, Yet Inconclusive Treatment for Child Victims of Domestic Violence by United States Institutions

    AUTHORS: Robert Burke

    KEYWORDS: Psychotropic Medications, State Intervention, Behavioral Health Services, Big Pharmaceuticals

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.4 No.5, May 26, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Domestic violence is a serious issue in the United States and, at its most extreme, domestic violence can result in broken families and ruin the lives of many individuals. In many cases, moreover, domestic violence can have a detrimental effect on children if they are involved. When children are involved in domestic violence they are often the recipients of the worse, often resulting in state intervention in order to secure the child’s safety until the problem is resolved. This can be challenging for children. Indeed, children who need state intervention because of domestic violence enter a system that is already overwhelmed with cases of abandonment, neglect, abuse and even mental health problems. This puts, in many cases, otherwise very healthy children into a system that deals with the rehabilitation of children with serious health issues. This, in turn, exacerbates the dilemma in terms of rehabilitation on all the children involved. In some cases, in turn, state intervention for children of domestic violence can actually result in these healthy children developing disorders such as attachment disorder, and developing distrust with their overall worldview.