Counselling Strategies for Dealing with Sexual Abuse among Primary School Children in Anambra State
AbstractThe study sets out to investigate the counselling strategies for dealing with sexual abuse among primary school children in Anambra State. Many primary school children have been abused sexually. This has affected them socially, psychologically, emotionally and even has thwarted their academic performance. Sexually abused pupils exhibit persistent fear, nervousness; they are withdrawn, and so secretive. This has been an issue of concern to the society. The present study explores different counselling strategies that could be used to help the abused children to gain their self worth in the society.
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