Mental health professionals are frequently faced with the reality of child sexual abuse. Nancy Kellogg, MD, and professor in the Division of Child Abuse at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, provided important information during her talk on, Child Sexual Abuse: How to Listen and What to Look For.
This 6-part series focuses on the full scope of child sexual abuse and helps mental health professionals and other concerned adults with the objective:
- To enhance understanding of why abused children are reluctant to tell.
- To enhance understanding of what abusers do to ensure their victims remain silent.
- To enhance knowledge of how to talk to a child when sexual abuse is suspected.
Clarity Child Guidance Center hosted this community presentation on April 12, 2013.
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