Intended for practitioners, researchers, and students interested in contemporary perspectives on child sexual abuse, this volume offers a description of current Canadian research and intervention efforts on topics that include treatment for young victims, understanding mothers of children who have been sexually abused, grooming patterns of offenders, family systems approaches to treatment, criminal prosecution in child sexual abuse cases, and the use of community notification programs.
|Publication date:||1st January 2001|
|Publisher:||Fernwood Publishing Co Ltd|
Diane Hiebert-Murphy is an assistant professor in the faculty of social work and the associate director of the Psychology Service Centre at the University of Manitoba. Linda Burnside is currently an assistant program manager with Winnipeg Child and Family Services.More About Diane Hiebert-Murphy