The WBR was developed to assess common problem behaviors experienced by sexually abused children. It allows for assessment of the types of behavior problems endorsed and number of discrete episodes.
Provides parents and caregivers with information about coping with sexual behavior problems.
The 38-item Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI) was developed to assess children who have been sexually abused or are suspected of having been sexually abused. The measure is designed to be completed by a female caregiver.
Describe las características y las causas de los problemas de comportamiento sexual.
This database includes reviews of tools that measure children's experiences of trauma, their reactions to it, and other mental health and trauma-related issues.
This parent-rating scale is used to assess both the frequency of child disruptive behaviors and the extent to which the parent finds the child’s behavior troublesome. It has been widely used in treatment outcome studies for disruptive disorders.
SMART is a structured, phase-based approach to treating sexually abused children who are exhibiting sexual behavior problems. The model has been successfully implemented with a primarily African American population since 1998.
It is important that mental health providers, family members, and other caregivers become aware of specific questions to ask when seeking the most effective services for these children.
The following treatments have been shown to be effective in improving trauma-specific outcomes for children and/or teens after sexual abuse or assault.