Emotional abuse of children is the most common form of abuse – and the effects can be just as damaging to the victim as physical violence. However, without visible evidence such as bruising and injury; or disclosure from the child or parent, it can be particularly difficult to identify the signs.
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Very useful course. It has made me think about my working practice.
I found this course very interesting.
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