The publication explains the rationale for addressing the reproductive health of young men, explores the extent to which young men have unmet reproductive health needs, and presents a framework for organizations to begin to address and enhance young men's sexual and reproductive health. Back on Track: Boys Dealing With Sexual Abuse Leslie Bailey Wright and Mindy Loiselle This book for boys 10 years of age and older is designed to help them recognize their feelings, deal with their fears, and heal from sexual abuse. Feeling Good Again: A Workbook for Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused Burt Wasserman This workbook is intended to help therapists and parents teach sexually abused children six to 12 years of age about healthy sexuality. A Mother's Nightmare -- Incest: A Practical Legal Guide for Parents and Professionals John E. Masud Hoghughi and his colleagues should be congratulated for pulling together a range of material that will be of vital importance to any clinician considering working in this field. Sibling Abuse Trauma: Assessment and Intervention Strategies for Children, Families, and Adults John V. It was created by the National Commission on Adolescent Sexual Health and includes a consensus on adolescent sexual health, characteristics of a sexually healthy adolescent, and recommendations for developing policies.
The Last Secret: Daughters Sexually Abused by Mothers Bobbie Rosencrans, M. The curriculum is intended to be used alone or with an existing safety program. Hislop, and Teresa Dunbar This book is one of the few resources that provide information on female sexual offenders and the reasons they abuse. What are the assumptions behind many aspects of assessment and treatment? The curriculum for children five though eight years of age consists of 10 sessions; the curriculum for children nine through 12 years of age consists of 13 sessions. Prendergast This book is intended as a guide to help parents, teachers, and counselors prevent sexual abuse of children and adolescents. Topics include treatment, feelings, the abuse cycle, fantasies, and victims.
Staffed 24 hours a day with professional crisis counselors, the hotline provides crisis counseling, referrals, research, and educational curricula. Teaching Sex: The Shaping of Adolescence in the 20th Century Jeffrey P. It is also helpful for sexually abused teenagers and adults. Certainly it does not figure highly in many clinical psychology training courses. Transforming the Pain: A Workbook on Vicarious Traumatization Karen W. All of the books listed in this bibliography are available for use at the Mary S.
Both children eventually decide to tell someone. The first is a three- or five-day presentation for grades K through six, which is also adaptable for the developmentally disabled. When Children Abuse: Group Treatment Strategies for Children With Impulse Control Problems Carolyn Cunningham and Kee MacFarlane This book includes activities for children four to 12 years of age who are sexual abusers. Caffaro and Allison Conn-Caffaro This book provides information on abuse of siblings by siblings. The curriculum consists of a teacher's guide and lesson cards with photos to illustrate concepts. Kaiser Family Foundation In Their Own Right: Addressing the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of American Men The Alan Guttmacher Institute This report culls together data from national research findings to document and explore the sexual and reproductive needs of men. How to Keep Your Child from Sexual Abuse.
The author considers teenage girls' desire a significant entity, a fundamental element of girls' self-identity, and a valid source of information about the interrelated social world that they inhabit. It provides research, information about child development, and guidelines that address prevention. Told by adults who have experienced the trauma of child sexual abuse, it specifically addresses how they learned to cope with the aftermath of the abuse. This curriculum, which is based on social learning theory, consists of 14 lessons that teach children about general safety. Shining Through: Pulling It Together After Sexual Abuse Mindy Loiselle and Leslie Bailey Wright This book is intended to help young women 10 years of age and older heal from sexual abuse.
A teacher's guide is included. Courtois This book provides clinicians with information about the controversy surrounding delayed or repressed memories of sexual abuse. A total of sixteen original studies are presented in the monograph, connecting theoretical research with practical implications and suggestions for clinical and educational applications. Betrayed as Boys: Psychodynamic Treatment of Sexually Abused Men Richard B. Assessing Sexual Abuse: A Resource Guide for Practitioners Robert Prentky and Stacey Bird Edmunds This guide is a compilation of psychometric instruments that practitioners can use to assess sexual offenders as well as those who have been abused. Healing for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Twelve Session Group Treatment Program Bonnie Collins, Ed.
This book is based on a resource written by a group of boys 10 to 13 years of age in a residential treatment program for young sexual offenders. They believe that teen-to-teen communication is one of the best ways to educate teens about human sexuality and sexual health. This annotated bibliography presents a cross-section of available resources on adolescent sexuality. This book is a collection of prose written by male and female sexual abuse survivors. Talking About Touching: A Personal Safety Curriculum, Grades 1-3 Ruth Harris, Ed.
It provides information on topics such as sexual activity, pregnancy rates, contraceptive use, dating patterns, and communication with their parents about sexuality related issues. The publication considers existing research on the effectiveness of various types of teen pregnancy prevention programs in relation to areas where teen pregnancy and birth rates are stagnant or even increasing. Kumashiro, Editor Through autobiographical accounts as well as qualitative and quantitative research on gay, lesbian, and bisexual students of different racial backgrounds, this book offers theoretical insights and educational strategies for those committed to bringing about change. It has three main purposes: 1 to dispel myths about the target population by providing a description of the male partners of female adolescents at risk for pregnancy, 2 to identify established pregnancy-prevention programs that have successfully involved males in different settings around the country, and 3 to develop practical lessons from the experiences of these programs for those involved in fledgling programs. There should be information and education programs to prevent such acts, laws to punish those who perpetrate such acts, treatment programs to help survivors and offenders, and research to increase understanding of the causes and effects of sexual exploitation. Sexual, Physical, and Emotional Abuse in Out-of-Home Care: Prevention Skills for At-Risk Children Toni Cavanagh Johnson, Ph. Preventing Sexual Abuse: Activities and Strategies for Those Working With Children and Adolescents Carol A.
What are the assumptions behind many aspects of assessment and treatment? Kaiser Family Foundation This foundation is an independent source of facts and analysis for policymakers, the media, the healthcare community, and the general public. It also discusses treatment techniques and illustrates them with pertinent case studies. Advocates for Youth provides information, training, and strategic assistance to youth-serving organizations, policy makers, youth activists, and the media in the United States and the developing world. It can be used as a tool for therapists to use with their young male and female clients who have abused. With an emphasis throughout on practical guidance, leading practitioners address a number of important questions: Who are sexually abusive adolescents and what do they do? It is also designed to encourage children to turn to a trusted adult for help. Brooke This book discusses art therapy as part of treatment for individuals who have suffered trauma as a result of sexual exploitation or abuse.