Tag Archive: ExpertsSpeak

“Impact of Therapy in CSA Story 4” by Arpan.

Rishi was 14 year when he was sodomized by his neighbour, Ashok uncle, a good family friend. Being a trusted person, both to the family and the boy, Ashoks or Rishi’s frequent visits… Continue reading

Against Child Sexual Abuse – A video by Arpan

Who can be an Abuser?

CONTRARY to what people may think, a person who abuses a child is usually not someone with a  psychiatric disorder. They are usually indistinguishable from anyone else. They may have emotional problems which… Continue reading

“Impact of Therapy in CSA Story 3” by Arpan.

Family background: I am Samson, the eldest son in a middle-class family of 4. My brother is 3 years younger than me. My family always called him intelligent. My father always compared us… Continue reading

“Why this 13-year-old’s parents want her married despite India’s laws?”

Seven girls went missing. Last fall, Sudha Varghese sent 100 students from Prerna II, her residential school for girls here in the northeast state of Bihar, home to celebrate the Hindu festival of… Continue reading

Child Sexual Abuse: 6 Stages of Grooming

Grooming is the process by which an offender draws a victim into a sexual relationship and maintains that relationship in secrecy. The shrouding of the relationship is an essential feature of grooming. Forensic… Continue reading

CSAAM 2013 – Tweets from the chat with Cybermum on Online Safety.

Q. Good morning, @McAfee_cybermum. Thank you for joining us today to discuss how we can keep our kids safe online. #CSAAM A. @csaawareness Good morning. Its my pleasure to be part of this… Continue reading

What is Child Sexual Abuse?

There is no universal definition of child sexual abuse. However, a central characteristic of any abuse is the dominant position of an adult that allows him or her to force or coerce a… 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.