Tag Archive: csa awareness month

The monster all parents need to know about – Kids Stop Press

CSA Awareness Month has contributed a piece on child sexual abuse and CSAAM to the popular parenting website Kids Stop Press. Click here to read our say on why and how CSAAM began and… Continue reading

A video – Psychologist speak – Busting the CSA taboo

Psychologist speak – Busting the CSA taboo. Communication is the key.

Prevent Sexual Abuse by HealthCare Providers – Message from Tulir

In a policy statement published online this week, the American Academy of Pediatrics offers formal recommendations on how to remain aware of and possibly prevent sexual abuse by health care providers.

A video – Psychologist Speak – Breaking some myths about CSA

Psychologist Speak – Breaking some myths about CSA

Child Protection Policy – Message from Tulir

Folks with a sexual interest in children choose jobs which give them the access and proximity to children. An important barrier to disrupt their potential to abuse is for organisations working with children… Continue reading

A video – Psychologist Speak – Telling signs that CSA has occurred

Psychologist Speak – Telling signs that CSA has occurred

A video – Discussions of Child Sexual Exploitation and Current Initiatives Being Used to Protect children – Message from Tulir

The video features moderated discussions of child sexual exploitation and current initiatives being used to protect children – US Attorney General Eric Holder recently announced a national strategy to prevent and combat the… Continue reading

A video – Psychologist Speak – How should you deal with CSA as a parent ?

Psychologist Speak – How should you deal with CSA as a parent ?

Child Pornography – Message from Tulir

The interest in child sexual abuse images(aka child pornography) is far more prevalent and close to home than anyone of us think! It’s interesting to compare the huge focus on foreigners who do… Continue reading

A video – Psychologist Speak – Building bonds with your child

Psychologist Speak – Building bonds with your child