CJEFE recently launched recommendations and guidelines for family members, when there is a disclosure of sexual violence in children and adolescents. They are intended to serve as an initial guideline at the time of disclosure or discovery of sexual violence experienced by children and adolescents (CA) and are focused on two groups: a) the family and people close to the CA and b) the teams of professionals that are accompanying them from the revelation, with a clear purpose of reducing secondary victimization.

The recommendations have been designed as support material that highlights the guidelines for action to be followed by institutions and adults who encounter and/or act upon the disclosure of sexual violence, and are intended to be one more tool towards interdisciplinary and interinstitutional work that allows minimizing the impact that this traumatic experience can have on the lives of children and adolescents.

The theoretical foundations of this publication are based on the national and international body of doctrine recognized and validated by the scientific community and other experts in the field.

To read more, go to the CEJFE page.

The guidelines
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