Protecting Your Children from Sexual Predators
More than one million American families reported cases of sexual abuse in 2000. The perpetrators of these acts come in all shapes and sizes...
More than one million American families reported cases of sexual abuse in 2000. The perpetrators of these acts come in all shapes and sizes: step parents, youth group leadesrs, teachers, coaches, doctors, babysitters, friends, family, and strangers. They all have a unique ability to earn the trust of both children and parents. Dr. Baker tells parents what they need to look for to prevent abuse.
Beyond describing how sexual predators perpetrate their crimes, Dr. Baker teaches parents how to set up a responsible program of intervention to prevent these crimes from happening to their children.
Dr. Baker answers some very difficult questions that a parent must ask themselves in order to protect their children:
By teaching parents how to identify sexual predators and ward off
potential harm, Dr. Baker takes the battle to end sexual abuse
to the only front where it can ever truly be won: the home front.