This conversation is closed.
How can we as individuals, or as a society make changes prevent to the incidence of childhood sexual abuse from occurring?
I work in a child and adolescent locked psychiatric unit and see dozens of trauma victims per week who are highly suicidal after both long term, and one-time experience of childhood sexual abuse. I want to help make a change to reduce the prevalence and would love hear about personal experiences, or professional opinions about this. should we have a tailored sex education in kindergarten?
I feel like it's not spoken about enough...