Search Resources (English): Child abuse

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Women, what do these signs have in common?: recognizing the effects of abuse-related trauma
Discusses traumas related to childhood experiences of physical, sexual or emotional violence, often referred to as "abuse-related trauma."
Published: 2000
Violence against women: identifying risk factors
Summarizes two studies that used different methodologies and samples to determine the extent to which physical and sexual abuse as a child or adolescent contribute to later abuse. (See Details)
Published: 2004
Women and trauma
Defines abuse-related trauma as feelings of distress, fear, and helplessness that come from being hurt and/or neglected in childhood. Identifies the effects of abuse-related trauma, describes how to find help, and provides information about treatment and recovery. (See Details)
Published: 2004
Analysis report: Inuit healing in contemporary Inuit society
Identifies and defines Inuit healing and healers in the context of abuse and violence against women and children. Argues for more emphasis on Inuit healing in order to resolve the raft of social problems plaguing Inuit communities. (See Details)
Published: 2004
Making the links: Violence, trauma and mental health

Describes research that establishes a strong association between trauma, violence and mental health.

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Published: 2009
After birth blues

This article shares a conversation with Joan Robertson, a staff person at Post Partum Counselling (PPC) in Vancouver; Differentiates Baby Blues from Post Partum Depression; Discusses women and anger; Women and depression; Child abuse; Changes in relationships postpartum.



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Published: 1980
Incest shadows

This article offers several short stories on the topic of incest. Explores the fear and confusion of a child's experience of family violence.

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Published: 1987
One of a kind

This article introduces the Montreal Assault Prevention Centre and describes the centre's prevention philosophy and the development of their program. Discuses violence against women and children and the use of empowerment as assault prevention. 




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Published: 1991