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Parenting a Child Who Has Been Sexually Abused

Caring for a child who has been abused, particularly sexually abused, can be confusing and a scary undertaking. As a caregiver, you may fear that you do not know how to help the child who has been abused or may even worry that they will abuse others.  This fact sheet provides helpful information.

Information presented by:  icole Slavik, PsyD, LP

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