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Child Abuse Prevention: Recognizing and Reporting Child Emotional Abuse
Emotional abuse can be more difficult to identify than other forms of abuse, since its effects are internal. However, some behaviors can alert others to problems within a child’s household.
Child Abuse Prevention: Emotional Abuse Defined
Emotional, or psychological, abuse is the most often misunderstood form of trauma. It is defined as a constant attack of an adult on a child through negative comments or behaviors. Thomas J. Henry discusses child emotional abuse and its effects.
Child Abuse Prevention: Reporting to Authorities
In the third blog for Child Abuse Prevention Month, Thomas J. Henry provides information about reporting physical child abuse.
Child Abuse Prevention: Recognizing and Responding to Physical Abuse
In the second blog for Child Abuse Prevention Month, Thomas J. Henry provides the possible signs of physical child abuse and how one should respond.
Child Abuse Prevention: What Qualifies as Physical Child Abuse?
Thomas J. Henry launches its Child Abuse Prevention Month series by explaining physical abuse and how it affects children around the world.
How to Participate in National Child Abuse Prevention Month
Each April, awareness is given to children who need to be protected during National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Here are some ways you can participate and help raise awareness.
National Child Abuse Prevention Month
As part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Thomas J. Henry Law will be running a series of blogs providing information, resources, and general guidelines of how to detect and report child abuse.