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Preventing Child Sexual Abuse: A Curriculum for Children was created to address the developmental stages of children from ages 5-8 and 9-12. These two books are an important sexual abuse prevention resource curricula designed for use in a Christian education setting.
Co-authored by Rev. Kathryn Goering Reid and Rev. Dr. Marie Fortune, these two companion volumes take the message of abuse prevention to a younger audience. The two curricula, each for a particular age group, are in a church school format. The curriculum sessions fit into a typical Sunday morning church school program, but can also be used for summer vacation church school, after school program, camping programs, and a variety of other children's group events.
Children are vulnerable to abuse from infancy onward -- a sad and frightening fact-- And this curriculum can help parents and those who work with children to deal with the difficult issue of child abuse in the context of a religious education program. It draws on excellent secular materials while using basic biblical resources, and it confronts misinterpretations of Scripture that have been used to support abusive relationships. This curriculum teaches prevention techniques in a supportive community of God's caring.
Rev. Kathryn Goering Reid is an ordained pastor and executive director of the Family Abuse Center, Waco, Texas. Foreword by Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune
Ages 5-8: 10 sessions
Ages 9-12: 13 sessions
Author: Kathryn Goering Reid
Pub. Date: 1994
Publisher: United Church Press
Format: Paperback, 120 pp