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Child abuse

Treatment of Child abuse

  • Homeopathic Treatment of Child abuse
  • Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Child abuse
  • Psychotherapy Treatment of Child abuse
  • Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Child abuse
  • Surgical Treatment of Child abuse
  • Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Child abuse
  • Other Treatment of Child abuse

What is Child abuse

Symptoms of Child abuse

Causes of Child abuse

Risk factors of Child abuse

Complications of Child abuse

Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Child abuse

Precautions & Prevention of Child abuse

Treatment of Child abuse

Homeopathic Treatment of Child abuse

Homeopathy has the power of curing the ill-effects of child abuse even when the child grows up to be an adult. It reduces emotional suppression and guilt feelings. Some of the remedies for child abuse are:

  • Anacardium
  • Arnica Montana
  • Carcinosin
  • Natrum Mur
  • Ignatia

Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy Treatment of Child abuse

Psychotherapy Treatment of Child abuse helps an abused child to better manage distressing feelings and to deal with trauma-related memories. It improves the parent-child relationship. It also teaches positive ways to manage children’s behavior. It helps parents learn to regulate emotions. It can help an abuser discover the roots of abuse and learn effective ways to cope with life’s inevitable frustrations. Hypnotherapy cures past traumatic memories and helps in resolving negative emotions.

What is Child abuse

Child abuse is defined as a variety of abnormal behaviors directed against children such as physical, sexual, emotional and child neglect. Most child abuse is inflicted by someone the child knows and trusts, often a parent or other relative.

Symptoms of Child abuse

  • Being overly affectionate or knowledgeable in a sexual way inappropriate to the child’s age
  • Medical problems such as chronic itching, pain in the genitals, venereal diseases
  • Depression
  • suicide attempts
  • Personality changes
  • loss of appetite
  • Being isolated or withdrawn
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Loss of self-confidence or self-esteem
  • Sleep problems
  • Headaches
  • Lack of trust or fear of someone they know well
  • Starting to wet again, day or night/nightmares
  • Become worried about clothing being removed
  • Suddenly drawing sexually explicit pictures
  • Unexplained recurrent injuries or burns
  • Wearing clothes to cover injuries, even in hot weather
  • Refusal to undress for gym
  • Bald patches
  • Chronic running away
  • Fear of medical help or examination
  • Self-destructive tendencies
  • Aggression towards others
  • Fear of physical contact – shrinking back if touched
  • Fear of suspected abuser being contacted
  • Poor growth Frequent absences from school
  • Poor hygiene

Risk factors of Child abuse

  • A history of mistreatment as a child
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Marital conflict or single parenting
  • Financial stress
  • Lower parental education
  • substance abuse
  • physically disabled child
  • multiple children under age 5

Complications of Child abuse

  • Suicide attempts
  • Death
  • Physical disabilities
  • Learning disabilities
  • Low self-esteem
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Relationship problems
  • Violent behavior
  • An unhealthy view of parenthood
  • Anxiety
  • Substance abuse
  • Eating disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Personality disorders

Diagnosis of Child abuse

Diagnosis of Child abuse involves different types of therapies. For children who’ve been abused, the following therapies are used.

  • Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Child-parent psychotherapy

For the abusing parent, the following therapies are used:

  • Parent-child interaction therapy
  • Abuse-focused cognitive behavioral therapy

Precautions & Prevention of Child abuse

  • Know your child’s caregivers
  • Offer your child love and attention
  • Teach your child how to stay safe online.
  • Meet the families in your neighborhood, including both parents and children
  • Encourage your child to leave a threatening or frightening situation immediately and seek help from a trusted adult.

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