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Janice Church

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPeds Pediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Family Treatment Program
Address3RD FLR ACH South Campus
800 Marshall Street
Mail Slot # 512-24B
Little Rock AR 72202
Phone501-364-3814
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    Dr. Church is a Psychologist and Professor of Pediatrics and is the Assistant Director of the Family Treatment Program and Adolescent Sexual Adjustment Project at Arkansas Children's Hospital. Dr. Church received her B.S. in Psychology from Duke University (Durham, N.C.) and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Louisville (Louisville, KY). She has been a faculty member in the Section for Children at Risk since 1991. She provides outpatient assessment and therapy to victims of child sexual abuse, youth who have committed illegal sexual behaviors, and the caregivers of both victims as well as the youth with sexual behavior problems. She conducts training on child maltreatment issues at the state, national, and international levels, and is active in state and national professional organizations, particularly those with a focus on child abuse. Dr. Church is a national/international trainer for Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and she is the current President of the Arkansas Chapter of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. Appointments can be made for services at the Family Treatment Program at 501-364-3810.


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    U79SM061110     (SIGEL, BENJAMIN A)Sep 30, 2012 - Sep 29, 2016
    Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
    Arkansas Network for Early Stress and Trauma
    Role: Co-Investigator

    4600013399     (WORLEY, KAREN B)May 28, 2003 - Jun 30, 2008
    US Department of Justice - Pass Through: AR Dept of Human Services/Division of Youth Services
    Family Treatment Program Training and Consultation with Cornell Alexander (ADH Juvenile Accountability Block Grant)
    Role: Co-Investigator

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    1. Sigel, BA, Kramer, TL, Conners-Burrow, NA, Church, JK, Worley, KB, Mitrani, NA. Statewide dissemination of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Children and Youth Services Review. 2013; 35:1023-1029.
    2. Conners-Burrow NA, Tempel AB, Sigel BA, Church, JK, Kramer TL, Worley KB. The development of a systematic approach to mental health screening in Child Advocacy Centers. Children and Youth Services Review. 2013; 34(9):1675-1682.
    3. Worley KB, Church JK, Clemmons JC. Parents of adolescents who have committed sexual offenses: characteristics, challenges, and interventions. Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2012 Jul; 17(3):433-48. PMID: 21852316.
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    4. Church J, Worley, K., Kramer, T. AR BEST: Arkansas Building Effective Services for Trauma. Arkansas Psychologist. 2011; 50(2):10-11.
    5. Worley K, Church J, Sanders A. Transforming 'Cultural'/Professional Differences into Solutions: Collaboration among the Multidisciplinary Team of Professionals working with Intrafamilial Sexual Abuse Cases. 2010.
    6. Worley K, Church J, Mitrani N. Overview of the Arkansas Building Effective Services for Trauma (AR BEST) Project. 2010.
    7. Church J, Worley K. Interdisciplinary Teams: Balancing Perspectives. 2010.
    8. Church J, Worley, KB. Sexual Abuse Management Teams: New Trails to Manage Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems. 2010.
    9. Church J, Worley, KB. Clarification and Reunifcation for Sexually Aggressive Youth and Within-Family Victims. 2009.
    10. Church J. Multi-Family Group Therapy with Adolescents with Illegal Sexual Behaviors. 2009.
    11. Church, JK, Pulliam, E. Helping children manage stress. Parenting in Arkansas. 2009; 18(2):4-6.
    12. Church J, Worley, KB. Parents of Victims vs. Parents of Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems vs. Parents of Both. 2008.
    13. Church JK. "Multi-Family Group Therapy with Juveniles who have Sexually Offended". 2007.
    14. Church JK. "Multi-Family Group Therapy with Juvenile Sexual Offenders". 2007.
    15. Worley KB, Church JK. When children sexually abuse other children. J Ark Med Soc. 2007 Feb; 103(8):205-8. PMID: 17436833.
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    16. Church JK. Viewpoint...Determining the Impact of Child Abuse: Mediating Variables. CVAAA Newsletter. 2005; 1(1):3-4.
    17. Church JK, Griffin C, Worley K.B. Sexual Acting Out Behaviors in Children Age 9 and Under. 2000.
    18. Church JK, Worley K.B. Psychological Impact of Child Maltreatment. 1998; 122-128.
    19. Church JK. "Siblings: The Oft-Forgotton Members of the Incestuous Family". 1995.
    20. Church JK. Use of the Louisville Behavior Checklist to Assess Depression in Children. Clinical Research. 1992; 40:865A.
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