Managing Trauma and Sexual Abuse
Dr. Christiane Sanderson, University of London
Sexual abuse can be a traumatic, displacing experience, even more so when it happens to children who are often thought of as innocent and utterly blameless. The psychic scars and wounds left behind need to be dealt with long after the physical scars have faded.
Dr. Christiane Sanderson, a lecturer in Psychology in the University of London and a specialist in the area of child sexual abuse tells us about the therapy options and how to educate one's child to protect them.
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