Unfortunately, in many cases, a secret family code word can be ineffective at best – and possibly even put the child at greater risk. Here’s what to do instead.
Category: Children and Youth
We are honored by the many positive responses to our Skills for Child Protection Advocates Training Institute and excited to let you know that we are offering three sessions of our 3-Day Institute over the summer and fall of 2015 – in three locations: California, North Carolina and Montreal!
Stopping “If ONLY” stories through powerful action: In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month this April
Awareness, action, and skills can keep our precious children and teens safe from most abuse, most bullying, and most other violence, most of the time. Please help us honor April as Child Abuse Prevention Month by taking these actions.
Choosing a Therapist for Your Child or Yourself: Kidpower Recommendations for Finding the Right Kind of Help
Although not every upsetting situation requires therapy, getting the right kind of professional help when your children or you need it is an essential part of personal safety.