Investigate possible interventions. What do the students have to know and do to address the issues raised in this case? This step requires much discussion.
Students will need to search for links, uncover assumptions and identify what your team knows and what it needs to know. Make sure the team agrees on the
problem(s) that need to be focused upon and all the possible solutions. Students need to review the research to find the latest and most comprehensive
studies concerning the topics or issues of concern. What kinds of studies have been done, and judge what can be inferred from the cumulative evidence?
Also look for theories that support or debunk the original hypothesis(es) (i.e., “educated guess”) and indicate whether it is worth investigating further.
Here is some stuff that I found/wrote already.
In a 2012 study which assessed 158 children from ages 4-11 who participated in trauma-focused CBT after sexual abuse, found significant improvements in
emotional, mental, biological, and behavioral well-being; for example, after treatment children reported lower rates of anxiety (Mannarino et al., 2012).
I found some more resources to help with step 3. Hope this helps!
https://www.nctsn.org/treatments-and-practices/trauma-treatments/interventions (really good resource that has a lot of interventions for childhood trauma)
(Childhood sexual abuse: community-based treatment practices…)
https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/pdf/10.1176/appi.ajp.2018.18050578 (Treating victims of child sexual abuse)
Information about high-fidelity wraparound:
Please follow step 3 directions, just need to look at external treatment options, I have already found the needy resources and added them to to instructions.