Sexual abuse books online
Online weekly support group for parents whose children have been sexually abused.
Online chat board for non-offending parents and caregivers of a child who has been sexually abused.
We provide in-depth summaries for many of the works written by members of the NCTSN.
Because most books and articles are protected by copyright law, we cannot provide copies of them or links to full text.
It is vital that you feel that you have your own support, personal and perhaps professional.
Since setting up a hotline for the reporting of online images of child sexual abuse in 2001, Save the Children Denmark has published a books and thematic booklets about interventions against sexual abuse and the circulation of abuse images circulated worldwide as well as the problem of posed photographs in the grey area between legal and illegal.
The book covers the entire interview process, showing professionals how to structure, document, and follow up on children’s responses in interviews; work with children who are very young, have special needs, or come from diverse backgrounds; use standardized tests and measures; formulate conclusions about sexual abuse; and defend those decisions in a courtroom or clinical setting.
As a parent, finding out that your child has been sexually abused is often the worst experience you’ll have.
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This reading list was compiled by experts in the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.
A booklet from The Department of Human Services in Australia for parents and non-offending caregivers of children who have been sexually abused. Provides description of mental health clinicians and treatment styles.