It’s not always easy to identify the problem when treating these victims. Some children present different symptoms than others and some don’t have any at all, which makes things even more complicated. If the children aren’t affected by the abuse treatment can help to prevent re-victimization, promote healthy coping, and educate parents. Group treatment is becoming more popular and studied due to its effectiveness, which is the main treatment discussed in this section. According to Hetzel-Riggin, Brausch, & Montgomery, this group treatment is provided to groups of children with mixed levels and types of symptoms.
He also identified that young children can show separation anxiety if their primary carer is not there for them. Such attachment theories have moulded practise within daily childcare and school settings, also within social care
If repremations were made pertaining to substance abuse, and the treatment of social workers, the amount of adolescents in foster care would decrease, and the foster care system would in fact better itself due to new strict regulations on how many cases a social worker can handle at a time. With broader changes, comes great affects and by in fact changing the way the foster care system is built, a decrease in suicidal ideation will
Furthermore, I believe Corissa won the debate. She established that there was in fact a problem, having exposure to aggression as a child can lead to violent lifestyles in adulthood. In addition she established that adopting the resolution would remedy the problem. If we were to adopt the resolution this would lead to less exposure to violence in children, which would lead to a less violent generation for our future creators and leaders, therefore resulting in a decrease in violent outcomes in the future. This outweighs the benefits of not adopting the
The official statistics can be used to educate about the prevalence and immorality of committing domestic abuse crimes. As the message continues to resonate through society that violence is unacceptable, younger generations are more likely to mature without considering physical abuse as an option to relieve anger. (Mouzos and Makkai, 2004) Men who supported gender equality showed far lower levels of violence than those who believed in the ‘traditional gender roles’. Likewise, women who were more ‘traditional’ were also less likely to report incidents of domestic violence. (Morgan and Chadwick, 2009) General knowledge about the benefits of feminism and gender equality could possibly lead to an increase of social disapproval.
A key detail to note is that single-mother families have increased rates of financial and emotional stress characterized by negativity towards the future and feeling worthless (Thio & Taylor, 2012). The effects of divorce on emotion are precisely supported by this statement. Additionally, as mentioned in several sources, children of divorce have higher chances of doing worse academically and have more run-ins with the law (Thio & Taylor, 2012). This analysis defends the position on the effects of education by demonstrating how children of divorce do not perform as well in the classroom as compared to children of a two-parent family. However, the authors continue to say that several researchers do not agree that the fact of having an absentee parent contributes to these outcomes; instead, they point to economic and academic differences between children from single-mother homes and from two-parent homes (Thio & Taylor, 2012).
The results they found concluded that there was a strong correlation between increased childhood stress and multisystem health risks in adulthood; in addition, having a loving and warm parental influence decreased the risk of multisystem health risks later in life (Carroll et al., 2013). All in all, participants who were abused as children and had no loving or warm parental influence were most at risk for disease and death in adulthood (Carroll et al., 2013). A limitation in this study was that it didn’t look at other psychosocial environment factors relating to the sources of abuse and warmth in childhood, so future studies done should look at factors within the psychosocial environment and see if they act as buffers for poor health in adults (Danese et al.,
We minimize opportunity for our children to be sexually abused when we lessen one on one time spent with others. Focusing on ways to avoid the isolation of a child with another person, and ways to create better transparency when our children are alone with others, can help reduce the opportunity and risk for abuse. Be wary of anyone who offers to babysit your children ask yourself, why this person is so eager to babysit? It may seem ridiculous, but unfortunately this ploy has worked for many
Genetic variations, prenatal exposure to cocaine and other drugs, cerebral lesions, and Testosterone are all discussed in detail about their individual effects upon brain functioning. An important factor in impulsive behavior is the correlations between parent-child relationships and testosterone levels resulting in precarious behavior or depression. Although, some children’s impulsive behavior is not a result of any of the causes listed above but rather environmental factors. Behavior is a learned trait, and a parent or teacher can reinforce correct behavior through teaching rules to help children exercise restraint in impulsive emotional responses. In-depth teaching occurs when correct behavior is rewarded and incorrect behavior is reprimanded.
The emotional ,social and physical development of young children has an effect on their overall development and on the adult they will become. Sigmund Freud indicated how disruptions in stages of development may relate to current problems in adult hood for example :Trauma at an early stage in life may effectively prevent natural development through that stage this may then have a knock on effect in future stages causing development or learning problems for an adult . It is a positive thing for a client to recognise that certain childhood experiences may have prevented or halted their natural development ,since it provides a rational blame free explanation .If trauma does occur in childhood and problems arise because of that trauma then this