Presentations

Conference Presentations

 

2016

  1. Takaoka, K., Isumi, A., Ogura, K., Yamamoto, T., Suzuki, A., Yamazoe, K., Suzuki, N., Miyamoto, T.,(2016). Reliability and validity of risk assessment in Mie pref.. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Osaka, Japan p178. (2016-11-25)
     

  2. Yamamoto, T., Takaoka, K., Suzuki, A., Yamazoe, K., Suzuki, N., Miyamoto, T.,(2016). Recurrent case and child protection from risk assessment in Mie pref. child guidance centers. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Osaka, Japan, p178. (2016-11-25)
     

  3. Sakimitsu, T., Ogura, K., Fukunaga, H., Isumi, A., Ando, E., Takaoka, K.,(2016). Developing literacy about responding to unexpected pregnancy; using web-based infographics and Google Analytics. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Osaka, Japan. (2016-11-25)

 

 

2015

 

  1. Ogura, K., Sakimitsu, T., Isumi, A., Takaoka, K., Fukunaga. H., (2015). Approach for Social Change with Social Media: 30,000 signatures on missing children submitted to the Ministry of Health and the Cabinet Office in Japan. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Niigata, Japan. (2015-11-20).

 

2014

 

  1. Isumi, A., Wada, I., & Takaoka, K. (2014). Evaluation of a parent progam in Japan: Does the program developed in the United States work for Japanese parents?. National Council on Family Relations, Baltimore, US.(2014-11-21)
     

  2. Takaoka, K., Yamada, F., & Mizoguchi, F. (2014). Which block factors make MDT difficult to deal with for child abuse and neglect cases: Between child welfare-medical-police and education. International Society of Prevention for Child Abuse and Neglect. Nagoya, Japan. (2014-09-14-17)
     

  3. Sakimitsu, T., Takaoka, K., Isumi, A., Ogura, K., & Fukunaga, H. (2014). Can twitter enlighten people about parenting and child maltreatment? Exploring the effective factors of the tweet contents. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Nagoya, Japan. (2014-09-14-17)
     

  4. Takaoka, K., Shimizu, E., Nakazato, M., Shiraishi, T., & Iyo, M. (2014). How had parents experienced outreach and child protection from professionals? Focused on parents’ cognition and behavior related to uncooperative attitude. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Nagoya, Japan. (2014-09-14-17)
     

  5. Takaoka, K., Matsuoka, N., Suzuki, S., Makido, T., & Kawamura, M. (2014). Looking for brand new ideas on multi-disciplinary team in child abuse and neglect: Focus on practitioners’ anxiety and failure case managements. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Nagoya, Japan. (2014-09-14-17)
     

  6. Ito, T., Noguchi, K., Inaba, F., Watanabe, T., Sasagawa, H., Wada, I., Takaoka, K., Isumi, A. (2014). Multi-dimensional evaluation of common sense parenting from prevention perspective on child abuse. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Nagoya, Japan. (2014-09-14-17)
     

2013
 

  1. Takaoka, K. (2013). COMMIT (Collaborative Outreach Multi-disciplinary Motivational Interview Technique) to parents in child abuse and neglect case- in order to work with involuntary clients. World Congress Committee Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies. Lima, Peru. (2013-07-22-25)
     

  2. Takaoka, K., Yamada, F., & Mizoguchi, F. (2013). Block factors of multi-disciplinary team for child abuse and neglect: Serious physical abuse and neglect, abuse head trauma and sexual abuse. 13th International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect European Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. Dublin, Ireland. (2013-09-13)
     

  3. Takaoka, K., Yamada. F., Mizoguchi, F., Adachi, Y., & Goto, K. (2013). Failure case managements for child sexual abuse between medical-welfare-forensic: Why multi-disciplinary team doesn’t work well. Japan Society of the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Matsumoto, Japan. (2013-12-14-15).
     

  4. Mizoguchi, F., Takaoka, K., Sakurai, T., Yamada, F., (2013) Report on outreach practices with forensic interview and medical examination for child maltreatment, Japan Medical Society on Child Abuse and Neglect. Tokyo, Japan.


2012
 

  1. Takaoka, K. (2012). Outreach by MDT in Japan to aggressive and/or neglecting caregivers without help-seeking. International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect. Istanbul, Turkey. (2012-09-09-12)
     

  2. Ishikawa, H, Takaoka, K., Matsuoka, N., Funaki, T. (2012). A Campaign for a new SBS Prevention Measure in Japan and its Evaluation. International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect. Istanbul, Turkey. (2012-09-09-12)
     

  3. Takaoka, K., Miyota, K., Kageyama, T., & Sakamoto, Y. (2012). Response to child sexual abuse: Using forensic interview technique. Tokyo Public Health Medical Welfare conference. Tokyo, Japan. (2012-12-20).
     

  4. Takaoka, K., Ishikawa, H., Matusoka, N., Yamashita, N., Seko, S., Funaki, T. (2012).  Evaluation research about SBS prevention material DVD “Stop the Shaken baby syndrome”: From discharge guidance of mother’s first childbirth. Japan Society of the Prevention for Child Abuse and Neglect. Kochi, Japan. (2012-12-07-08).
     

  5. Yamada, F., Takaoka, K., Mizoguchi, F., Goto, K., & Nomura, T. (2012). Let’s think about Multi-Disciplinary team response to serious child abuse cases. Japan Society of the Prevention for Child Abuse and Neglect. Kochi, Japan. (2012-12-07-08)
     

  6. Niitsu, T., Nakazato, M., Takaoka, K., Kobori, O., Shimizu, E., & Iyo, M. (2012). Mental health care and support team of Department of Medical at the University of Chiba toward disaster victims of massive earthquake and Tsunami: The result of questionnaires from school teachers in Asahi city in Chiba Pref. Chiba Child and Adolescent Mental Health Psychiatry conference. Chiba, Japan. (2012-01-14).
     

  7. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Nakazato, M., Shimizu, E. (2012). How can we cooperate with Medical −Welfare –Education as Multi-disciplinary team when children disclose child sexual abuse? Chiba Child and Adolescent Mental Health Psychiatry conference. Chiba, Japan. (2012-01-14).


2011
 

  1. Takaoka, K. (2011). How to collaborate with MDT in difficult case management. Asia Pacific Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. Delhi, India. (2011-10-06-09).
     

  2. Takaoka, K. (2011).  Outreach strategy toward parents who tend to be aggressive and denial for support in child abuse cases: From the practitioner’s perspectives in Child guidance centres, Child support centres, Public health nurse centres and Nurseries. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child abuse and Neglect. Tsukuba, Japan. (2011-12-02-03).
     

  3. Masuoka, N., Yamada, F., Harada, S., & Takaoka, K. (2011). Discussion problems of SBS in Japan and prevention program. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Tsukuba, Japan. (2011-12-02-03).
     

  4. Arimura, D., & Takaoka, K. (2011). Report of disaster care and support in Japan. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Tsukuba, Japan. (2011-12-02-03).
     

  5. Sakuramoto, H., Nakatsubo, T., Doi, T., Iba, Y., Takaoka, K., Itoda, K., & Kikukawa, A. (2010). First learner meeting: What we have seen perspectives from different orientations of psycho therapies in voluntary case conferences.  The Association of Japanese Clinical Psychology conference #29. Sendai, Japan. (2010-09-03-05).
     

2010

 

  1. Takaoka, K. (2010). Multi-disciplinary team between Child Guidance Centres, Local Child support centres, Public health nurse centres and Nurseries in child abuse and neglect: From Structure and Process of team building. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Kumamoto, Japan. (2010-11-28-29).
     

  2. Noda, K., Nakatsubo, T., & Takaoka, K. (2010). When families have their own need to go to support resources: From descriptions of parents who have Autism spectrum disorder. Psycho-Education & Family support network 13. Kasuga, Japan, (2010-03-19-20).
     

  3. Ito, D., Matsui, Y., Takahashi, S., Nagae, N., & Takaoka, K. (2010). Recognition and Support for Trauma and PTSD: Improving access to psychiatry and psychotherapy. Japanese Psychological Association Annual conference #74. Osaka, Japan. (2010-09-20-22).
     

2009
 

  1. Ito, S., Ogura, T., & Takaoka, K. (2009). Qualitative research on parenting program “Nobody’s perfect” (3): From point of Attendees’, needs and wants for improvement of facilitators.  Japanese Association of Educational Psychology annual conference #51, Shizuoka, Japan. (2009-09-20-22).
     

  2. Takaoka, K., Ito, S., & Ogura, T. (2009). Qualitative research on Parenting program “Nobody’s perfect” (2): Follow-up attendance after the end of the program. Japanese Association of Educational Psychology annual conference #51. Shizuoka, Japan. (2009-09-20-22).
     

  3. Ogura, T., Takaoka, K., & Ito, S. (2009). Qualitative research on Parenting program “Nobody’s perfect” (1): How audiences evaluate the structure of “Nobody’s perfect” program. Japanese Association of Educational Psychology annual conference #51. Shizuoka, Japan. (2009-09-20-22).
     

  4. Takaoka, K. (2009). Qualitative research on attendees’ questionnaires about Parent training program “Nobody’s perfect”: From the result of evaluation and attendees process of change. Japan Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. Saitama, Japan. (2009-11-27-29).
     

  5. Nakatsubo, T., Noda, K., & Takaoka, K. (2009). Family has their own desire to seek help (3): Mothers’ descriptions data about communication process in their families. Japanese Psychological Association #73. Kyoto, Japan. (2009-08-26-28).
     

  6. Takaoka, K., Nakatsubo, T., & Noda, K. (2009). Family has their own desire to seek help (2): Mothers’ description data about their hesitation to seek help. Japan Psychological Association #73. Kyoto, Japan. (2009-08-26-28).
     

  7. Noda, K., Takaoka, K., & Nakatsubo, T. (2009). Family has their own desire to seek help (1): Mothers’ description data about process of the families didn’t seek help to when they went to social support centres. Japanese Psychological Association #73. Kyoto, Japan. (2009−08-26-28).
     

  8. Takaoka, K. (2009). Conflicts in Child abuse cases between parents and social worker in Child protection centres: Specifically focused on structures related to conflicts by outreach. Japan Society of Community Psychology Annual conference #12. Sendai, Japan. (2009-06-20-21).


2008
 

  1. Takaoka, K. (2008). The study of conflict in relationships between parents who are aggressive and deny any support and social workers in child protection centres: Focused on structure and process of making relationships using grounded theory approach. Japan Society for the Promotion of Child Abuse and Neglect. Tsukuba, Japan. (2008-12-14-15).
     

  2. Takaoka, K. (2008). The study of conflict in difficult relationships between parents and social workers in Child Protection Centres: Specifically focused on structure of the conflicts related to social workers’ outreach. Japan Association of Japanese Clinical Psychology. Tsukuba, Japan. (2008-09-04-07).


2006
 

  1. Takaoka, K. (2006). Clinical psychological community development based on parenting support in their fields: From the interview data by child family support centres in Tokyo. Japan Society of Community Psychology Annual conference #9. Tokyo, Japan. (2006-07-01-02).

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