From Child Sexual Abuse to Adult Sexual Risk

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About the Course:

Whether unfamiliar or familiar with some of the concepts involved in this material, you can benefit from information in this course. Noting that sexual abuse in childhood can cause physical as well as mental harm later in life, a team of behavioral scientists and psychologists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute of Mental Health, present a collection of 14 papers that connect current scientific literature, basic trauma research, and clinical practice. Research into the connections between childhood abuse and social, psychological, behavioral, and health outcomes are summarized and theorized before intervention strategies are described.


Linda J. Koenig, Ph.D., Lynda S. Doll, Ph.D., Ann O'Leary, Ph.D., and Willo Pequegnat,Ph.D., (Editors)
Dr. Koenig is the assistant chief for behavioral science in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Mother-Child Transmission and Pediatric/Adolescent Studies Section, Division of HIV/AIDS prevention.

Dr. Doll is associate director for science of the National Center for Injury Prevention at the CDC.

Dr. O’Leary is a senior behavioral scientist at the CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Research Branch.

Dr. Pequegnat is the associate director at the Center for Mental Health Research on AIDS at the National Institute of Mental Health.

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, and nurses who seek knowledge about the relationship between childhood sexual abuse and adult outcomes and implications for clinical practice.

Course Objectives:

  1. to understand child sexual abuse and its impact into adulthood

  2. to discuss interventions to promote healthier sexual outcomes among child sexual abuse survivors.

  3. to discuss the theorectical bases for adult risk and revictimization

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Course Number: 10074
Credit Hours: 12cr
Exam Fee: No Longer Available
Format: Book
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Popularity: 64 members have taken this course