Children need to be able to disclose their experiences of sexual abuse in order to stop the abuse and get help. Practical and accessible, this book offers guidance on how professionals can identify potential abuse cases and create safe opportunities for children to talk about sexual abuse. The book explores challenges in facilitating and responding to disclosures of abuse, such as: how to recognise the signs, ask the right questions and react to a disclosure. It also draws on research carried out with children who have experienced sexual abuse, to convey how experiences of disclosure feel to those making them and what informs a decision to tell or not tell. Helping Children to Tell About Sexual Abuse will be suitable for any professional working with a child or young person, including social workers, psychologists, child/family therapists, health care workers, school nurses, school counsellors, health visitors, police and youth workers.
Helping Children To Tell About Sexual Abuse: Guidance For Helpers – Rosaleen McElvaney
Children experiencing sexual abuse often feel trapped by it – conflicted between telling and not telling. This book will help those working with children to recognise the signs, ask the right questions and respond to disclosures of child sexual abuse. LOOK INSIDE
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