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First International Online Conference on Child Sexual Abuse Prevention

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First International Online Conference on Child Sexual Abuse Prevention

Grounding Prevention: Connecting to the Reality of our Stories

Presentation by Joan Tabachnick

March 11, 2010

Resource Directory:

A National Resource Directory & Handbook Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
(National Sexual Violence Resource Center, updated September 2006)

Resource for Sex Offender Policy:

Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers Policy Papers

Sample of Programs and Resources:

Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention
Joan Tabachnick, 2009.

National Child Advocacy Centers
Coordinating services to respond to a child’s disclosure of abuse

Circles of Support and Accountability
Coordinating services/probation/parole to ensure a SO returns safely to the community

Balancing Acts
Unitarian Universalist Policy
Faith based policies to “minister to all” and keep the congregation safe

Bringing in the Bystander
Program for college students at University of New Hampshire and

Greet Dot Program
Violence intervention and prevention program at University of Kentcky

Normalization of Sexual Harm

National Plan to Prevent the Sexual Exploitation of Children
Developed by the National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Exploitation

Preventing Child Sexual Abuse within Youth Service Organizations
Resource book developed by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Quote Sources:

Having New Eyes: Viewing Child Sexual Abuse as a Public Health Problem. James Mercy, PhD.   Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, Volume 11, Number 4 / October, 1999.

Text, Lies, and Videotape: Stories about Life, Literacy, and Learning. Shannon, P., Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. (1995).

The Prevention of Childhood Sexual Abuse. David Finkelhor.  Preventing Child Maltreatment, Volume 19, Number 2 / Fall, 2009.

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