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The Secret to Success in Positive Parenting: The ACT Raising Safe Kids Program

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This is the second in a series of posts about APA’s ACT Raising Safe Kids (ACT-RSK) program. ACT-RSK teaches positive parenting skills to parents and caregivers of children from birth to age 8. 661 more words

Children And Youth

National Child Abuse Awareness Month: Emotional Child Abuse Is Real and Its Effects Last Long Into Adulthood

Editor’s note: April is National Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention month. The Invisible Scar is dedicated to raising awareness of emotional child abuse, so in honor of this month’s focus, we’ll revisit the definition of emotional child abuse, types of emotional child abuse, and its effects for those who are not yet familiar with the fact that emotional child abuse is real. 1,434 more words

Adult Survivors Of Emotional Child Abuse

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National Child Abuse Awareness Month: Emotional Child Abuse Is Real and Its Effects Last Long Into Adulthood

Editor’s note: April is National Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention month. The Invisible Scar is dedicated to raising awareness of emotional child abuse, so in honor of this month’s focus, we’ll revisit the definition of emotional child abuse, types of emotional child abuse, and its effects for those who are not yet familiar with the fact that emotional child abuse is real. 1,434 more words

Adult Survivors Of Emotional Child Abuse

Early Childhood Parent Training: A Vital Tool for Psychologists

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. This post is the first in a series about APA’s ACT Raising Safe Kids (ACT-RSK) program. ACT-RSK teaches positive parenting skills to parents and caregivers of children from birth to age 8. 762 more words

Children And Youth

Peace Takes Practice....and Starts with Changing Your Audience


Surviving trauma can leave you feeling as though you have nowhere to turn and no one to understand your journey. Sometimes, you can even feel like there is no way to heal after living through so much devastation and pain. 588 more words

Amy Clark

31 times more likely to be molested.

When children are in a home where there is a non-biological male in the home (i.e. mom’s boyfriend or step-father),

those children are 31 times more likely to be molested.

-Source: Dr. Phil McGraw

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