Tag Archive: ExpertSpeak

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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10 Ways To Talk To Your Kids About Sexual Abuse.

The idea of someone molesting your child is terrifying for any parent (unless the parent is the child molester, which is 37% of the time). The pain, fear, and trauma they may experience… Continue reading

Mothers, Aware! – Payal Shah Karwa

Mothers, Aware! Once upon a time in a village there was a secret mythological story about a Goddess who bathed naked in the village lake in the dead of the night. It was… Continue reading

ACHR highlights 630 cases of child sexual abuse in Mizoram between 2003-2009.

The Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) while releasing its report titled “State of Juvenile Justice in Mizoram” today stated that there is an alarming increase in child abuse as well as juvenile… Continue reading

‘Is banning co-educational institutions and putting girls in overcoats the solution?’ by Kiran Manral

As I write this, the newspapers tell me that the Jamaat-e-Islami Hind has demanded that co-education be abolished in India to prevent rapes from happening. In their list of 11 suggestions made to… Continue reading

“What About Me?” – The Book.

  What About Me? is for men who are helping female partners recover from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. The book is unique because it’s the end result of the traumatic and trying… Continue reading