Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse in Ireland: The Development and Evaluation of the Stay Safe Programme

Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse in Ireland: The Development and Evaluation of the Stay Safe Programme

by Deirdre MacIntyre, Alan Carr

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Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse in Ireland: The Development and Evaluation of the Stay Safe Programme by Deirdre MacIntyre, Alan Carr

Outlines the development of the Stay Safe Program, a school-based program aimed at preventing child abuse in Ireland, and evaluates its effectiveness. Gives a historical background and definitions of child sexual abuse, and discusses the epidemiology of abuse and effects on the victim. Reviews international literature on prevention programs, and details the impact of the Stay Safe Program. MacIntyre is principal clinical psychologist and head of the Psychology Service for Children and Adolescents with the Eastern Health Board in Dublin. She is author of the Stay Safe Program. Carr is director of the Doctoral Training Program in Clinical Psychology at University College Dublin. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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ISBN-13: 9780773477155
Publisher: Mellen, Edwin Press, The
Publication date: 11/01/2000
Series: Studies in Health and Human Services
Pages: 191

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