Published in Mental Health Law Weekly, February 24th, 2007
That means children identified as victims of sexual assault by a peer or physical abuse by a caregiver are frequently encountering many other kinds of victimization from other assailants around the same time, according to the new study. Yet parents, counselors, and even child welfare officials trying to help such youth may not be aware of this.
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