About the editors: William Steele, MA, MSW is the founder and Director of the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children, a program of Children’s Home of Detroit. Author of numerous intervention resources and programs used by thousands of school and agency practitioners, he has received numerous honors for his commitment to children. He has trained over 50,000 professionals nationally in the area of trauma, and has been a consultant to schools, agencies and practitioners as well as an expert witness in trauma cases.
Melvyn Raider, PhD, is Associate Professor at Wayne State University School of Social Work and serves as Chair of the Post-Masters Certificate Program, Chair Research, author of numerous research studies, and in private practice as a Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor.
2002 0-7734-7347-5 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.