Has anyone else delt with this? She is nine and it happened by a family member that does not live in the home. CPS and the Law is now involved. I need advice and support please. Thanks!Answer Question
Answer by Soniam301 at 8:14 PM on May. 4, 2010
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Answer by tazdvl at 12:34 AM on May. 5, 2010
Just want to mention ask CPS or the police or your Pedi for the names of therapist that this would be one of their areas of specialties.Another therapist would not harm your daughter,not saying that but she will progress better with a very experienced therapist that can read the cues,Slow down,change subject,push now all these things when read correctly will really help your daughter feel more trusting and comfortable with her therapist.Before children I had worked as a child specialist in a sex abuse clinic in a major children's hospital.Take care of you ALSO.This is very,very traumatic for parents too.Look at therapy for you or ask about a support group for family members.Our clinic had a free one or they maybe able to tell you how to access one.
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Is my Dh the only man that does this? Just venting!