Support for children and young people who are victims/survivors of sexual violence or display harmful sexual behaviour (2020)
The purpose of this evidence brief is to provide a high-level overview of contemporary evidence and research into best practice mainstream services for children and young people aged under 18 years who are victims/survivors of sexual violence and children and young people who display concerning or harmful sexual behaviours.
CitationAuld A, Woodham C, Alice P, Cording J (2020). Support for children and young people who are victims/survivors of sexual violence or display harmful sexual behaviour. Oranga Tamariki. Oranga Tamariki. Oranga Tamariki.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research52 - Psychology::5201 - Applied and developmental psychology::520101 - Child and adolescent development
52 - Psychology::5203 - Clinical and health psychology::520302 - Clinical psychology
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