Listening and Talking to Your Sexually Abused Child: A Brief Beginning Guide for Parents of Children Victimized by Child Molestation, Rape, or Incest
Your child was sexually abused!
You want to help . . . but how?
Respected Clinical Psychologist Dr. Lynn Daugherty guides you as you listen and talk to your sexually abused child. Develop a stronger relationship with your son or daughter as you start the journey toward recovery from child molestation, rape, or incest. You can . . .
Support your child, through listening and talking.
Gain confidence in your own communication skills.
Build a solid foundation for future healing.
This brief beginning book (10,000 words, about 40 pages if it were a paperback) also includes:
~ answers to basic questions about child sexual abuse,
~ resources for parents of sexually abused children,
~ guidance in choosing a mental health professional, and
~ selections from Dr. Daugherty’s other books (about 10 additional pages).
Listen to your child. Talk to your child. Help your child heal.
- Lynn Daugherty, May 2012
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