Helping abused children cope with the emotional consequences


Child abuse comes not only in the form of physical abuse, but also emotional abuse, neglect and exposure to violence in the household. — Filepic posed by models

Childhood abuse has long-lasting and significant emotional consequences.

Multi-type abuse is defined as simultaneous exposure to a variety of forms of maltreatment, such as:

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Child abuse , child health , mental health

   

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