Childhood Sexual Abuse

Some articles on childhood, sexual, childhood sexual abuse, sexual abuse:

The Freudian Coverup - Criticism
... at that time consistently reported childhood instances of sexual molestation ... Prior to the 1896 papers he had not reported a single instance of early childhood sexual abuse (and very few cases of any kind of sexual abuse) ... theory entailed that only unconscious memories of early childhood sexual abuse could result in hysterical or obsessional symptoms, which is inconsistent with the notion of patients coming to him with reports of ...
Florence Rush
... Freudian Coverup in her presentation "The Sexual Abuse of Children A Feminist Point of View" about childhood sexual abuse and incest at the April 1971 New York Radical Feminists (NYRF) Rape Conference Rush's paper ... Rush observed the problem of childhood sexual abuse as a psychiatric social worker at the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and at a facility for delinquent female ... Rush's NYRF Rape Conference presentation about incest and childhood sexual abuse reviewed psychiatric and psychoanalytical literature from Freud to that ...
Programs - The Gatehouse Adult Support Program
... Since 1998 The Gatehouse has offered support groups for Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse through social reconnection, education and information on the effects that sexual abuse can have ... The 15 week peer led groups offer support for survivors of childhood sexual abuse in a safe and comfortable environment ... or enhance positive coping skills and the impacts that childhood sexual abuse can have on an individual ...

Famous quotes containing the words abuse and/or childhood:

    ... actresses require protection in their art from blind abuse, from savage criticism. Their work is their religion, if they are seeking the best in their art, and to abuse that faith is to rob them, to dishonor them.
    Nance O’Neil (1874–1965)

    [Children] do not yet lie to themselves and therefore have not entered upon that important tacit agreement which marks admission into the adult world, to wit, that I will respect your lies if you will agree to let mine alone. That unwritten contract is one of the clear dividing lines between the world of childhood and the world of adulthood.
    Leontine Young (20th century)