Sexually exploited children : working to protect and heal / Phyllis Kilbourn and Majorie McDermid, editors. [print]

Contributor(s): Kilbourn, Phyllis [edt] | McDermid, Marjorie [edt]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Monrovia, California : MassachusettsRC, (c)1998Description: xxi, 323 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1887983090; 9781887983099Subject(s): Sexually abused children -- Rehabilitation | Child sexual abuse -- Prevention | Church work with childrenLOC classification: HV6570.S498 1998COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Pt. 1. Sexual exploitation of children. Setting the global scene : a sordid picture Marjorie McDermid Causes of commercial sexual exploitation of children Wanjiku Kaime-Atterhog Perpetrators, policy and protection Renita Boyle Impact of sexual exploitation on children Patricia Green part 2. Prevention. Empowering communities to enhance survival strategies Bruce Bradshaw Rescuing children of sex workers Joyce Bundellu Living and responding to heal and transform Chris and Phileena Heuertz part 3. Strategies and intervention. Child development and intervention planning Phyllis Kilbourn Counseling sexually exploited children Daniel Sweeney Creating a healing environment for sexually exploited adolescents Ann Noonan Spiritual healing Dan Brewster Involving families and the church in the healing process Janey L. DeMeo Empowering sexually exploited children to help themselves Robert C. Lithicum Intervention issues and models : prevention and rehabilitation Phyllis Kilbourn --
pt. 4. Areas of special concern. Essentials of bonding and lack of attachment Foster W. Cline HawaiiV and AIDS : orphans and sexual vulnerability Geoff Foster Sexual abuse and pregnancy Janith Williams Outcast children belong in families Jennie Woods Mobilizing to protect children from sexual abuse Pam Kerr part 5. Caregivers' concerns. Technical skills Laurence Gray Compassionate care for caregivers Phyllis Kilbourne part 6. Reflection. Mobilizing the church for action Viju Abraham.
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Pt. 1. Sexual exploitation of children. Setting the global scene : a sordid picture Marjorie McDermid Causes of commercial sexual exploitation of children Wanjiku Kaime-Atterhog Perpetrators, policy and protection Renita Boyle Impact of sexual exploitation on children Patricia Green part 2. Prevention. Empowering communities to enhance survival strategies Bruce Bradshaw Rescuing children of sex workers Joyce Bundellu Living and responding to heal and transform Chris and Phileena Heuertz part 3. Strategies and intervention. Child development and intervention planning Phyllis Kilbourn Counseling sexually exploited children Daniel Sweeney Creating a healing environment for sexually exploited adolescents Ann Noonan Spiritual healing Dan Brewster Involving families and the church in the healing process Janey L. DeMeo Empowering sexually exploited children to help themselves Robert C. Lithicum Intervention issues and models : prevention and rehabilitation Phyllis Kilbourn --

pt. 4. Areas of special concern. Essentials of bonding and lack of attachment Foster W. Cline HawaiiV and AIDS : orphans and sexual vulnerability Geoff Foster Sexual abuse and pregnancy Janith Williams Outcast children belong in families Jennie Woods Mobilizing to protect children from sexual abuse Pam Kerr part 5. Caregivers' concerns. Technical skills Laurence Gray Compassionate care for caregivers Phyllis Kilbourne part 6. Reflection. Mobilizing the church for action Viju Abraham.

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