This crisp booklet is the perfect resource for people who work with children and need to understand which sexual behaviors are healthy and natural, and which may indicate some distress or disturbance. Dr. Johnson defines natural and healthy childhood sexual behaviors and contrasts this with 20 characteristics of problematic behaviors. Charts aid in comprehension, making this a handy reference for anyone working with children.
This 42-page booklet contains straightforward, easy-to-read information about problem sexual behaviors of children 12 years and younger. It will prove a valuable resource for parents and other caregivers, social workers, child protective services, nurses, school counselers... anyone challenged with helping children overcome these problem behaviors.
This curriculum of over 50 structured exercises is for use with children six years old up to young adolescents, and their parents. It is specifically designed to combat the possible negative effects of abuse and neglect on sexual development. Each exercise is designed to provide a healthy and positive understanding of sex and sexuality for youth and parents from abusive backgrounds. Exercises have eye-catching hand drawn graphics to encourage an enthusiastic response.
Ten treatment goals for children with sexual behavior problems form the core of this manual with more than 50 focused exercises to help children and their parents meet each of the goals. Also included are assessment instruments for children with sexual behavior problems; parents’ sexual history; family practices; boundary issues; and the parents’ and children’s attitudes about child sexuality.