1. How to Talk to Your Child About Sexual Abuse
This brochure will give you insight on how to talk to your children about sexual abuse. Former concepts such as ‘Stranger-Danger’ and ‘Good Touch Bad Touch’ are no longer the best way to help a child.
2. 10 Ways to Suspect Sexual Abuse
Many parents are not aware of the signs of sexual abuse. This information will help you recognize if your child has been abused.
3. Be Suspicious
Parents must remain watchful regarding who is around their children. This brochure will give parents insight on how to stay cautious.
4. If You Discover Your Child Has Been Sexually Abused
We created this literature to empower parents in helping their children through sexual abuse. Follow these 15 steps to aid your child through this horrific experience.
5. Comfort For The Parent and Family
This brochure will help parents and family deal with the emotional upheaval they experience due to sexual abuse. We have given practical tips to ensure a healthy process in the midst of a devastating situation.
6. How to Treat the Sexually Abused
What do you do if someone confides in you that she/he was sexually abused as a child? Your first responsibility is to the victim NOT the perpetrator. Use these 10 best practices as a guide to start healing in a victim’s life.
7. Ask the Right Questions!
Victims are eager to tell on their perpetrator but they need their parents to ask the right questions. Here are some examples of how you can talk to your child about sexual abuse and help them with the correct terms and phrases.
8. Why Victims Keep Abuse Secret
Sexual abuse goes unreported for several reasons. The main reason is because victims are taught to be silent by their sexual abuser or even family members. In this brochure, Dr. Kaye explains in detail about the shame and anger victims feel while keeping silent.
9. Based on a True Story
Dr. Kaye shares a gripping story about a grandmother who declared, “No More Secrets!” in her family.
10. Your Adult Child Reporting Sexual Abuse
Sometimes it takes victims years to admit they have been sexually abused as a child. Adult victims also have a difficult time exposing the abuse and the abuser. If your adult child revealed sexual abuse, here are 10 suggestions on how to handle the shocking news.
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