Category Archive: ExpertsSpeak

CSA FAQ by Arpan Part 4 : Abusers/Offenders

Abusers/Offenders Q11. Why do people sexually abuse children? It is difficult to give a simple and straightforward answer to this question. But what is important to understand is that child sexual abuse is… Continue reading

CSA FAQ by Arpan Part 3 : Impact and Healing

Impact and Healing   Q8. What is the impact of CSA on children/adults? The consequences of Child Sexual Abuse are diverse and numerous. Being sexually abused, impacts the life-world of children at the… Continue reading

CSA FAQ by Arpan Part 2

Disclosure:   Q6.   Why don’t children disclose the abuse immediately? There are many reasons why children do not reveal the incident of abuse immediately or do not disclose it ever. a) In certain… Continue reading

Parents, Know the Way Forward in a CSA Case – Ruth Dsouza Prabhu

The world seemed to stand still for a few moments when four-year-old Anahita* told her mother, Sunidhi, that Siddu uncle had been “playing naked games with her and that it hurt.” All Sunidhi… Continue reading

CSA FAQ by Arpan Part 1

Arpan has sent us a very well compiled FAQ document which we will be posting as a 9 part post. Here is part 1   Introduction Q1. What is Child Sexual Abuse?            Child… Continue reading

Safety in Schools – Meeta Sengupta.

Schools are not just places to study – they are places where we learn to work in social groups in a safe environment. A school therefore is a place we can make mistakes,… Continue reading

Upcoming Twitter events.

Thursday, 17th April  – Legal Day at CSAAM Al through the day our expert lawyers Supriya Mahajan and Suhasini Rao will answer your questions around law and Child Sexual Abuse. Tweet your queries to… Continue reading

Twitter Chat with Dilnavaz Bamboat on 15th April.

Tuesday 10 am IST Chat with Dilnavaz Bamboat, Therapist for Sexually Abused Children Pediatric therapist and a  graduate from Syracuse University, New York. Her work experience includes mental health therapy and clinical supervision in early childhood… Continue reading

Helping Parents Deal With The Guilt Of Child Sexual Abuse

The guilt associated with the fact that one’s child has been sexually abused is enormous. Usually, in cases of sexual abuse, the perpetrator is someone within the family. The “family member” may not… Continue reading

Making Connections 2014.

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