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Churches are supposed to be a safe haven, but many deal with the tragic reality of child sexual abuse. This handbook, written by a multidisciplinary team of child abuse experts, helps churches and faith communities formulate policies and procedures to protect children and address possible abuse in their ministries. Pastors and church personnel often struggle to apply intentional and appropriate doses of both biblical grace and stringent accountability to victims and perpetrators of child sexual abuse. Churches can regularly be prone to turn the tables on survivors by applying a heavy dosage of conviction to victims and misguided clemency toward perpetrators. The mishandling of abuse incidents in the church will drive victims away from the community of Christ and further embolden offenders, thus debasing the name of our Savior. Victor Vieth offers a deeper understanding of both abuser and victim dynamics so that church leaders can move past ignorance and prevailing myths to tackle this devastating issue with the power of grace and truth afforded by the good news of Jesus.
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Books about Healing PTSD, Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders
PTSD Physical Symptoms Can Be Confounding for Sexual Assault Survivors | Teen Vogue
Just ten years ago, trauma was not part of the mainstream conversation. Fast forward to the present day, and our understanding of trauma is much more nuanced. And fortunately for our generation, there are endless resources on how to heal and recover. Any event that interrupts the nervous system in such a way that it over-reacts to future perceived threats, is a trauma. It would be safe to say, the majority of us carry trauma in some shape or form.
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Living with Trauma. Sherman and DeAnne M. Sherman Helping Your Troubled Teen.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is most well-known for its prevalence in the veteran population, but close to 50 percent of PTSD in the United States is due to physical or sexual violence. This statistic is alarming, especially considering that one in three women and one in six men experience some form of sexual violence in their lifetimes. Sexual assault has many definitions, some legal and some medical, but the most widely accepted definition is sexual contact or behavior that occurs without explicit consent. This definition includes actual and attempted rape, sexual touching and force or coercion of a person into unwanted sexual acts. Sexual assault can be a one-time traumatic event, or it can be a part of continuing abuse stemming from domestic violence or human trafficking situations.