New! Launching in April 2017 The Predator Identification Training program is a free in-person presentation educating parents and teachers about the predatory grooming process that precedes child sexual abuse in the schools. Educator sexual misconduct affects everyone, from the child to the parents to 99.9% of hardworking teachers to the school whose reputation is tarnished and ends up financially responsible…

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Summer Camp Safety

Keep your kids safe with this summer camp safety checklist Summer camp is a perfect place for sex abusers to groom and abuse kids, which means it is time to think summer camp safety. Wherever there are kids there is the potential that a predator will have found his or her way into the camp…

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Learn what to do if your child is molested A free guide to help parents You’ve just found out or you suspect that your child is sexual abuse victim. Whether the molestation is recent or in the past, you need to deliver emotional support to your child. Thus, by downloading our free guide, you will learn what to do if…

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Guide to Selecting a Child Molestation Attorney

Child molestation carries life-long mental and emotional consequences on victims. If you are the parent or guardian of a child whom somebody has sexually abused, an experienced child molestation attorney can be of great help when navigating the legal process. The right child molestation attorney will be your advocate and will fight to protect the…

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family therapy for childhood sexual abuse survivors

As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, seeing a therapist or counselor is a powerful decision to make for yourself. Professional therapists help both adults and children resolve emotional conflicts, process memories of abuse, and provide a safe space to discuss paths to improve their current (and future) relationships and sexual experiences. There is no…

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child abuse

Child sexual abuse is an unfortunate reality for at least one out of every five children. Despite the very real danger, many parents find the idea of their child as a victim of sexual abuse too difficult to think about. We’ve already discussed some prevailing myths regarding the kinds of people who abuse children or…

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Effects of PTSD on the brain

If your child has been molested, or you are an adult survivor of child sexual abuse yourself, you may have experienced the effects of child abuse on healthy development without ever understanding why or how these consequences take shape. While the impact of sexual abuse can take many forms—emotional, social, and also physiological—often victims are…

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two children playing doctor

When it Isn’t Just Play The image many parents have of a sexual molester is of an adult male or female. There are cases, however, of children who sexually abuse other children. This concept can be difficult for parents to imagine or even believe, but it’s vital to know the difference between age appropriate sexual…

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what to do if there is a molester in my family

If you’re a parent, it’s natural to fear for your child’s safety. If you yourself are a parent and a survivor of sexual abuse, your fears are likely intensified. How can you know if another member of your family has deviant sexual motivations? How would you react, as a parent and survivor, if someone in…

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Invisible Scars – A Journey of Self Discovery  “I have spent most of my life running away from my past of child sexual abuse,” says Johanna Janis, the co-producer of Invisible Scars. Invisible Scars explores child sexual abuse through the eyes of Johnna Janis, a woman, mother, wife, and friend who appears strong and confident.…

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