|Author:||Kimberly & Zachary King (Illustrated by Sue Rama )|
Helping kids set healthy boundaries for their private parts can be a daunting and awkward task for parents, counselors and educators. Written from a kid's point of view, I Said No! makes this task a lot easier.
To help Zack cope with a real-life experience he had with a friend, he and his mum wrote a book to help prepar... read more
Child psychologist Cynthia Monahon teaches parents and professionals about the effects of childhood traumas on children, offering a blueprint for restoring a child's sense of safety and balance. She suggests straightforward ways to help kids through tough times, and also details the warning signs that indicate professional help is needed.
With the help of a friendly lion, a young sexual abuse victim is able to talk about sexual abuse and recover self-esteem. Gentle and positive approach to reassure children.
|Author:||Cynthia L Mather and Kristina E Debye|
How Long Does It Hurt? is the revised and updated edition of the best--selling book written by an incest survivor for future survivors. This step--by--step guide speaks directly to victims of sexual abuse to help them come to grips with what is happening to them and overcome their feelings of isolation, confusion, and self--d... read more
Sexual assault prevention picturebook and audio CD. NoNo has a secret, but it makes him feel scared and mixed up inside. Is it wrong to tell? Who can he tell? Although the subject of sexual abuse is sensitive, children and adults alike will be captivated by the truly magical illustrations and the dramatised audio CD of th... read more
This highly accessible and informative book offers practical strategies for the protection of children that all parents, teachers, and anyone involved in the life of a child will find indispensable. Providing the reader with an understanding of typical/normative sexual development in children, Christiane Sanderson enables... read more
In this volume a psychologist presents guided excercises to help teens who have been sexually abused reflect on what happened to them, examine its impact on their lives and motivate themselves to begin to develop healthy and loving relationships as they move toward adulthood. At least one in four girls and one in seven boys e... read more
Rosy and Jack are a sister and brother who have had bad things done to them. They were touched in ways they didn't like and told to keep it a secret. They decided this was a bad secret. This is a story about sexual abuse and what can be done to stop it. Few books exist that so frankly, yet sensitively, invite conversation... read more
|Author:||Caren Adams and Jennifer Fay|
The sexual abuse of a child creates a devastating family crisis. Parents want to know what to do and say to help their child, both immediately and in the long term. Helping your Child Recover from Sexual Abuse offers practical guidance for parents who courageously face the days and months after a child's abuse. Writte... read more
|Author:||Kathryn Brohl with Joyce Case Potter|
This is the thoroughly revised and updated edition of the best-selling guide for families of children who have been molested. First published in 1988, this new edition includes current research and information on the nature and effects of molestation on boys and girls, as well as proven techniques for therapy, healing, an... read more
Written and illustrated by a young girl who was sexually molested by a family member, this book reaches out to other children in a way that no adult can. Jessie's words carry the message, "It's OK to tell; help can come when you tell." This book is an excellent tool for therapists, counselors, child protection workers... read more
Secrets can be a confusing issue for children--which secrets should be told and which secrets should be kept? This book helps children distinguish between hurtful secrets and good surprises. Some secrets are fun and should be kept secret, author Johnsen explains. But if you feel hurt or confused when you're told something... read more
This little book is the first in a planned series by experienced counsellor Rowena Scaletti. It deals with the issue of child sexual abuse and is designed to aid parents and counsellors as they deal with children who have been victims of sexual abuse. The book is in the form of a story which can be read with a child. It is... read more
For Sissy the family party started off as lots of fun. But the celebration turned sour when a friendly uncle took advantage of her. She was sad and quiet but eventually shared the secret with her mum, and didn't feel frightened any more. This will be a valued book for parents and teachers to share with their children.
This guide offers the survivors of rape and their friends and relatives a body of knowledge drawn from social workers and social scientists on the short-and long-term effects of rape. It includes details of AIDS, date rape, rape crisis programmes, rape shelters and other social resources.
|Author:||Marge Eaton Heegaard|
This book helps victims express in pictures what they are unable to say in words.
Children can draw their own illustrations into the spaces provided in the book.
This is an excellent book for working with younger children who have experienced abuse and neglect