By Tiffany Fields on November 16, 2015

Core Concepts for Child Sexual Abuse and Prevention

A collaboration between the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault and local and state-level agencies has led to the development of 10 Core Concepts for the prevention of victimization and perpetration across childhood and adolescence. Concepts are based in best practices of child sexual abuse prevention and supplementary, promising, research. Recommendations for implementation are provided by age level for youth, as well as for parents and schools/ youth-serving agencies.
In this session Kelly Moe Litke and Rose Hennessy will review the concepts, research, and recommendations for implementation.
This workshop was part of the the Prevention Track at the 2015 National Sexual Assault Conference that held September 2 – 4 in Los Angeles, CA. View the conference materials including workshop handouts and slides here. The Prevention track was sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

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