Line One: Child Abuse, Part 2

Today, Dr. Thad Woodard continues his discussion of child abuse with Dr. Cathy Baldwin-Johnson, MD who is also the medical director of Alaska CARES. Joining Dr. Woodard and Dr. Baldwin-Johnson is Josh Arvidson, Clinical Manager and Project Director of theNational Child Traumatic Stress Network’s Alaska Site, the Alaska Child Trauma Project at Anchorage Community Mental Health Services.

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