Steps to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse – Podcast

Steps to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse – Podcast

Laura Landgraf joins us in this week’s podcast to discuss ways parents can help prevent their child falling prey to sexual abuse.

**Trigger alert – this podcast may contain discussion that could trigger a reaction in those who have been victims of sexual Tips for parents on ways they can help prevent child sexual abuse.abuse or whose children have been.**

In this podcast, Kristen and Laura discuss:

  • An introduction to Laura’s story and her mission to end child sexual abuse
  • Prevention is the best course of action—Things to teach your child so they feel empowered about their own body and how protect it and setting appropriate boundaries
  • The telltale signs all parent’s should know about molestation—What clarifying questions a parent might ask to determine molestation
  • If the worst happens–How a parent can handle a child’s disclosure of molestation
  • How to report child sexual abuse—dealing with agencies and also preparing for family and community responses

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Links from the show:

Lara’s site – http://lauralandgraf.com

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

laura-landgrafAbout Laura: Laura Landgraf is an author, activist, speaker, and life coach. Her mission is empowering women and men who survived childhood abuse. In the process, she believes we protect our children. She encourages her audiences to question, reach, journey to self-discovery, believe in themselves and soar. She has worked with the Victim’s Assistance Program in Southern California, led adult support groups for the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and trained college staff psychologists in child abuse patterns, crisis intervention methods and brief therapies. For more information, please visit http://lauralandgraf.com.

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Ten to Twenty Parenting was created as an honest resource for those of us parenting kids between the ages of 10 and 20. Our needs are so different and the issues much more complex than diaper rashes and playground tantrums.

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