Raider, Melvyn Books

About the author: Professor Raider's scholarly work and clinical practice span two distinct disciplines: Social Work and Family Therapy. He is Associate Professor at Wayne State University, in the School of Social Work. Mary Beth Pauline-Morand holds the MSW degree and has served as research assistant to Dr. Raider.

Social Work Practice with Low-Income, Urban, African-american Families
1998 0-7734-8306-3

Structured Sensory Intervention for Traumatized Children, Adolescents and Parents: Evidence Based Interventions to Alleviate Trauma
2002 0-7734-7347-5
“Their clinical model; Structured Sensory Interventions for Traumatized Children, Adolescents and Parents (SITCAP) relies upon structured sensory interventions for working with this clinical population. It is time-limited in nature, employs multiple therapeutic modalities (individual sessions, groups, and adjunctive work with parents), and is informed by several different theoretical systems. . . clients are led through a series of structured clinical exercises designed to promote normalization, mastery, and integration of the trauma. . . Finally, the authors report detailed results of several research studies involving the SITCAP model, and offer compelling data attesting to its clinical efficacy. With the publication of this book, William Steele and Melvyn Raider have performed a valuable service both to young trauma victims and to the professionals who work with them.” – Jerrold R. Brandell, PhD, Founding Editor, Psychoanalytic Social Work “This book is essential reading for any helping professional who works with children, adolescents, and adults who have experienced trauma, whether it be loss, violence, medical emergencies or serious illness, or natural or man-made catastrophic events. . . . Steele and Raider demonstrate a field-tested program of strategies that not only fulfill the brief treatment model used in most agencies, but also provide professionals with a practical method of providing effective interventions in a form amenable to all age ranges.” – Cathy A. Malchiodi, Director, Institute for the Arts & Health; Editor, Trauma & Loss: Research & Interventions