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Parent Support Group Guide and New Resources for CSA Advocates and Therapists

Your work with parents is invaluable to the healing of child and teen survivors, families, and communities. Many programs have contacted WCSAP to inquire about resources and curricula for facilitating psychoeducational support groups for nonoffending parents and caregivers of children who have been sexually abused. In response to your feedback, we have created a new support group guide!

This guide includes considerations for facilitators, a complete 8-week curriculum, suggested resources and handouts, and sample group evaluation tools.

We have been excited to hear that many of you are already offering these groups or are preparing to do so. Even if you are not currently offering a group, the information and resources included in the guide can be utilized in your one-on-one advocacy with parents and caregivers.

Remember to take care of yourself...

Many of us have likely spent a fair amount of time following the Sandusky trial over the last several weeks. Although we may find solace or a sense of closure in the jury's verdict, the impact of the survivors' stories and the weight of the work that lies ahead may stay with us. The resources below offer suggestions and solidarity if you are feeling overwhelmed or triggered by recent news coverage:


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Reviewed: March 23rd, 2016