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Asking youths about exposure to child sexual abuse

Christine Ann Walsh

Asking youths about exposure to child sexual abuse

an evaluation of the Childhood Experiences of Violence Questionnaire.

by Christine Ann Walsh

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Methodological, data, and theoretical triangulation supports the developmental and ecological validity of the CSA measure, suggesting that youths are able to understand and respond appropriately to the CSA sub-types.The effects of child sexual abuse (CSA) are well documented with harms that impact across every domain of a child"s functioning, yet accurate data on the extent of the problem is lacking. This data is critical to inform policies and programs aimed at effective intervention. A fundamental first step to achieving this end is the development of a theoretically-based, valid and reliable measure of child maltreatment. However, few theoretically-based instruments are available and fewer still have been rigorously evaluated. The Childhood Experiences of Violence Questionnaire (CEVQ) was developed within an ecological-developmental framework as a population-based measure of youth victimization.Significantly elevated scores for some behavioural and emotional disorders were noted for CSA, severe CSA and a severity score, suggesting a moderate support for a dose-response relationship.The present finding suggests that the CSA measure of the CEVQ should be used as an epidemiological tool rather than as a diagnostic measure and the CSA sub-types are less reliable and stable than the composite measure.The criterion validity and the sensitivity and specificity of CSA and severe CSA were better than the individual CSA sub-types when compared with clinician report suggesting that the CSA is a more effective measure than the individual sub-types.Preliminary evidence on the psychometric properties of the instrument suggests that it is a reliable and valid measure of child physical abuse (CPA) and CSA although the sub-types of CSA have not been evaluated. This thesis assessed the theoretical and psychometric properties of the CSA sub-types.Psychometric evaluation supports the stability of CSA and severe CSA, with individual CSA sub-types and contingency questions exhibiting a moderate degree of stability. The face, content, construct, and criterion validity of the CSA sub-types demonstrate validity. However, greater variability was noted in the validity measures of each of the individual sub-types.

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Pagination293 leaves.
Number of Pages293
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Open LibraryOL19886812M
ISBN 100612945243

  For advice and referrals to local sources of help, call the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline at () 4-A-CHILD or () 1. "Have you ever been hurt by a person taking care of you?". The Facts About Disclosing Child Sexual Abuse. Although child sexual abuse is notoriously difficult to study, a large body of information about its disclosure has been developed since the late ’s. Definitions. For the sake of clarity in this discussion, disclosing abuse will refer to communicating an abuseFile Size: KB.

DEFINITIONS. A key definition of child abuse and neglect is contained in Section 3 of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) 1: At a minimum, any recent act or set of acts or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker, which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse or exploitation, or an act or failure to act, which presents an Cited by: 2. Sexual Violence. According to some studies, early exposure (by age 14) to pornography and other explicit material may increase the risk of a child becoming a victim of sexual .

Child sexual abuse is any form of sexual abuse against a child, male or female, by an adult or another child. However, it is difficult to define the term as there may be regional or cultural differences in understanding and defining the concepts of abuse and child or childhood. Child to Parent Violence and Abuse: Family Interventions with Non-Violent Resistance. Declan Coogan, $ Providing an authoritative overview of the growing phenomena of child to parent violence — a feature in the daily life of increasing numbers of families — this book outlines what we know about it, what is effective in addressing it, and outlines a proven model for intervention.


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Asking youths about exposure to child sexual abuse by Christine Ann Walsh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Within Youth-serving Organizations: Getting Started on Policies and Procedures is a publication of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Cen-ters for Disease Control and Prevention.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Julie L. Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H., Director. Liana Lowenstein is a Clinical Social Worker, Certified Play Therapist-Supervisor, and Certified TF-CBT Therapist who is known internationally for her best-selling books including: Creative Interventions for Troubled Children & Youth (); Creative Interventions for Children of Divorce (a); Creative Interventions for Bereaved Children (b); Cory Helps Kids Cope with Sexual Abuse /5(41).

Child development books and other educational materials for parents rarely include any information about sexual development. Those books also hardly ever explain the difference between typical/normal sexual behavior and sexual behavior problems. Many parents are unsure how to know when a certain sexual behavior—such as when a child touches.

harassment, sexual solicitation, Asking youths about exposure to child sexual abuse book exposure, exposing the child to pornography); (ii) contact sexual abuse involving sexual intercourse (i.e.

sexual assault or rape – see below); and (iii) contact sexual abuse excluding sexual intercourse but involving other acts such as. pediatric and other child-serving settings to assess children's exposure to violence.

Tools to assess for complex trauma, PTSD, and related symptoms were beyond the scope of the review, as were specialized tools for in-depth assessment of one type of exposure such as sexual Size: KB. children’s exposure to violence. The National Survey of Children’s Expo-sure to Violence is the first survey to ask children and caregivers about exposure to a range of violent inci-dents and maltreatment.

As amply evidenced in this Bulletin, children’s exposure to violence is pervasive and crosses all ages. The. Related: The 3 Big Red Flags of Sexual Abuse.

Child-on-child harmful sexual behavior on the rise. Professionals who work with children are noticing that child-on-child harmful sexual behavior is taking a disturbing trend upwards.

And many have come out and exposed the link between more access to pornography and more sexual abuse between children.

The Transaction Model comes from Steve Spaccarelli’s research on the impact of child sexual abuse. This model assesses the child’s trauma experience from the circumstances of the abuse and neglect incident, and also from related factors, such as the process of the child welfare investigation and child factors such as coping styles.

Red Flag Behaviors Parents also need to know when a child's sexual behavior appears more than harmless curiosity. Sexual behavior problems may pose a risk to the safety and well-being your child and other children and can signal physical or sexual abuse or exposure to sexual activity.

Sexual behavior problems in young children include any act that. for Healing from Child Abuse (or THE MORRIS CENTER), in collaboration with J.

Patrick Gannon, Ph.D., THE MORRIS CENTER's former Clinical Consultant, has created this manual as part of its program of services for adult survivors of physical, sexual and emotional child abuse.

Virtually since ASCA began in ,File Size: KB. We believe that protecting children from sexual abuse is an adult responsibility. We’re starting to face the pain of child sexual abuse and do what needs to be done. We must act as a community.

About 1 in 10 children experience child sexual abuse before their 18th birthday. We can uncover and prevent child sexual abuse – child by child. Raising sexually safe and healthy children is a key to preventing sexual abuse.

Parents should not let the pornography industry be a primary sex educator of their children and must speak up, in their homes and in their communities.

All children deserve a great childhood and exposure to any aspect of pornography gets in the way of that goal. Talking to your kid about sexual abuse probably seems worse than even talking about sex.

But given the statistics, your child is much more likely to be molested than to be hit by a car when crossing the street. Here's how you can reduce your child’s vulnerability to being sexually abused and increase the chances they’ll tell you if something : Sandra Kim.

Tip Sheet: Warning Signs of Possible Sexual Abuse In A Child's Behaviors Any one sign doesn't mean that a child was sexually abused, but the presence of several suggests that you begin asking questions and consider seeking help.

v About the Authors Ryan K. Grant, LCSW, is a social worker at Valley Mental Health’s Children’s Abuse and Trauma Treatment Unit. He has over nine years of clinical experience work-ing with victims of sex abuse, children with sexual behavior problems, and childrenFile Size: KB. Social workers play a vital role in helping physically and sexually abused children.

In order to play this role, they need knowledge about the nature of the problem: (1) legal definitions of physical and sexual abuse, (2) its incidence and prevalence, and (3) its signs and symptoms. Social workers have three major roles to play: (1) identifying and reporting child abuse Cited by: 1.

“Helping Your Child Recover From Sexual Abuse” by Caren Adams & Jennifer Fay When getting ready for trial, CHILDREN WORRY ABOUT Seeing the abuser again All the people who ask questions Embarrassment (talking about the abuse) What to say if they don’t know the answer Who will believe him/herFile Size: KB.

Few children are victims of sexual abuse i. Only young children are victims of sexual abuse j. Boys are not sexually abused k.

A majority of sexual abuse perpetrators are retarded or mentally ill l. Even if one lets a year go by before talking about a sexual abuse situation, it is still possible to do something about it Size: KB.

Sexual behaviors in children and youth can entail physical contact initiated by individuals under the age of 18 that involves sexual body parts or non-physical behaviors impacting others, such as.

Rates of youths’ exposure to sexual abuse, another common trauma, are estimated to be 25 to 43%. Rates of youths’ exposure to disasters are lower than for other traumatic events, but when disasters strike, large proportions of young people are affected, with rates varying by region and type of disaster.

Children under the age of 12 with sexual behavior problems have been given increasing attention in professional literature. It is difficult to determine whether greater numbers of these cases are due to an actual increase in problematic sexual behaviors in children, or an increased awareness and identification of these behaviors when they occur.CDI provides multiple services for children who have experienced sexual abuse or other interpersonal traumas, such as physical or emotional abuse, or exposure to domestic violence.

Together with our community partners, our Child and Adolescent Services for Abuse and Trauma (CASAT) program works to improve the lives of children, youth and.Sexual abuse effects on the child or youth are connected to the child/youth's life before, during and after the sexual contact.

We must understand that the effects apply every bit as much to the disclosure and intervention as it does to the abuse itself. Sexual abuse effects continue long after the abuse stops.

Other Sexual Abuse pages on this site.