4 edition of Emotional and psychological abuse of children found in the catalog.
Emotional and psychological abuse of children
Includes bibliographical references (p. -164) and index.
|LC Classifications||HV751.A6 O38 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
|ISBN 10||0802029965, 0802074464|
|LC Control Number||93178750|
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Emotional abuse of a child is commonly defined as a pattern of behavior by parents or caregivers that can seriously interfere with a child's cognitive, emotional, psychological, or social development. Some parents may emotionally and psychologically harm their children because of stress, poor parenting skills, social isolation, and lack of available resources or Other names: Psychological violence, emotional abuse, mental abuse. Abuse comes in many different forms. Even if there is no physical violence, abusive language can be very damaging to you and your children, and an abuser may use emotional abuse as a way to scare, isolate, and control you. Common forms of emotional or psychological abuse are when your partner undermines your sense of self-worth by.
Verbal abuse is the most common form of emotional abuse, but it’s often unrecognized, because it may be subtle and insidious. It may be said in a loving, quiet voice, or be indirect – or even. Psychological Abuse. by Gary Direnfeld - Social Worker and Child Behavior expert. Psychological abuse leaves the victim blaming herself and questioning her own perceptions over the behavior of the abusive partner and it can start very insidiously. (Please note, although abuse is statistically perpetrated more by men, it is perpetrated by both.
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He makes clear however, that parents are not the only carers who abuse children in this way. He explores such abuse within an historical, global and cultural context, and examines recent inquiry reports which have exposed the emotional and psychological abuse of children within the child care and child protection systems.
Numerous case histories are provided, and one is explored in detail within the context of new child care Reviews: 1. Emotional and Psychological Abuse of Children Hardcover – April 1, by Kieran O'Hagan (Author) › Visit Amazon's Kieran O'Hagan Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 4/5(1). Get this from a library. Emotional and psychological abuse of children. [Kieran O'Hagan] -- This text aims to enable practitioners to articulate precisely what is meant by the terms "emotional" and "psychological" abuse; to be able to identify it, and to formulate effective strategies for.
The Emotional and Psychological Abuse of Michelle -- The referral -- Investigation -- First contact -- Exploring and assessing the quality of caring -- Witnessing the abuse -- Confronting the abuser -- Examination, continuous assessment and strategy -- Case conference -- Mother\'s return -- The child in the foster home -- Implementing the.
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Abstract. Psychological maltreatment is increasingly recognized as a core issue in all forms of child maltreatment and as the unifying concept that connects the cognitive, affective, and interpersonal problems that are related to physical abuse, sexual abuse, and all forms of neglect (Brassard, Germain, & Hart, ; Brassard, Hart, & Hardy, ; Hart & Brassard, ).Cited by: Psychological abuse is defined as the sustained and repetitive inappropriate behavior that damages or substantially reduces the creative and developmental potential of mental faculties and mental processes.
The author identifies certain categories of parent and parental circumstances which are conducive to the emotional and psychological abuse of children. He makes clear however, that parents are not the only carers who abuse children in this way.4/5(1).
Emotional abuse is a pattern of behavior in which the perpetrator insults, humiliates, and generally instills fear in an individual in order to control them. Emotional and Psychological Abuse of Children Hardcover – Feb.
4 by Kieran O'Hagan (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from 4/5(1). Fact Sheet: Emotional Child Abuse What is it.
Emotional child abuse is maltreatment which results in impaired psychological growth and development. i It involves words, actions, and indifference. 2 Abusers constantly reject, ignore, belittle, dominate, and criticize the victims.
1,3 This form of abuse may occur with or without. Emotional and Psychological Abuse of Children: O'Hagan, Kieran: Books - 4/5(1). Top 5 Most Recommend Books to Escape, and Recover From, Emotional Abuse These first five books were tops on everyone’s list.
They were mentioned so frequently I had them memorized by the time I. Inappropriate punishment, verbal abuse, and scapegoating are also forms of emotional or psychological child abuse. Some authorities consider parental actions abusive if they have negative future consequences, e.g., exposure of a child to violence or harmful substances, extending in some views to the passive inhalation of cigarette smoke (see.
Hope and healing for the victims of emotional abuse Emotional abuse is one of the most pervasive--and least recognized--kinds of abuse in our society. Whether you or a loved one has been abused by words, actions, or even indifference, this book will 4/4(66). Experts define emotional or psychological abuse as a pattern of behavior that weakens the emotional development or sense of self-esteem in children.
Name calling, insulting, threatening violence, allowing children to witness the physical or emotional abuse of another, and withholding love, support, or guidance are common examples of emotional abuse. He became a reader in social work at Queen’s University, Belfast, in and took early retirement in He has written eight books, most of them on child protection.
His new book, Identifying Emotional and Psychological Abuse, is due for publication this summer by OUP. Training and learning. Emotional and psychological abuse in children is defined as behaviors, speech, and actions of parents, caregivers, or other significant figures in a child’s life that have a negative mental impact on the child.
Examples of emotional abuse include: It’s very difficult to know how common child emotional abuse : Elea Carey. One definition of emotional abuse is: "any act including confinement, isolation, verbal assault, humiliation, intimidation, infantilization, or any other treatment which may diminish the sense of identity, dignity, and self-worth." 1.
Emotional abuse is also known as psychological abuse or as "chronic verbal aggression" by researchers. People. Surprisingly, psychological or emotional abuse of a child can have more long-lasting negative psychiatric effects than either childhood physical abuse or childhood sexual abuse.
Learn about the types and symptoms of psychological abuse. Psychological abuse of a child is a pattern of intentional verbal or behavioral actions or lack of actions.Emotional abuse of students by teachers is a topic infrequently discussed in the child abuse literature.
In some classrooms, it can be a daily occurrence. This article defines emotional abuse. Psychological abuse also applies to children and may impair their development into a healthy adult. 1. Psychological Abuse Signs and Symptoms. Psychological abuse signs and symptoms may start small at first as the abuser "tests the waters" to see what the other person will accept, but before long the psychological abuse builds into something that .