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Websites Devoted to Sibling Sexual Abuse
Survivor of Sibling Sexual Abuse
Sasian – Sibling Abuse Survivors’ Information & Advocacy Network.
Sibling Sexual Abuse Resources (Paula’s other blog site)
Websites with information about Sibling Sexual Abuse
Sibling sexual abuse: Information for adults abused as children
Sibling Sexual Abuse – PsychPage
Peterson, Andrea L.T. Sibling Sexual Abuse: An Emerging Awareness of an Ignored Childhood Trauma – HAVCA, Help for Adult Victims Of Child Abuse.
Daly L.W. – Sibling Sexual Abuse – 4 part series
Pandora’s Project – Sibling Sexual Abuse and Incest during Childhood
Sibling Sexual Abuse; A Family Intervention for Treatment http://onlinecouch.wordpress.com/2005/04/01/sibling-sexual-abuse-a-family-intervention-for-treatment/
Ward, M.J. (July 20th, 2011) Sibling Sexual Abuse. Our Dynamic Families – Musings on family life.
Presentations Online about Sibling Sexual Abuse
Susan Heyman & Dale Tolliday. (2011) Responses to sexual assault including sibling sexual assault. NSW Child Protection and Wellbeing Interagency Conference, 29 – 30 November 2011, Crystal Palace (Luna Park, Milsons Point, Sydney, AU).
Forums for Adult Survivors of Sibling Sexual Abuse
Pandora’s Aquarium > The Aftermath > types of sexual assault discussions> Sibling abuse/incest
Videos about Sibling Sexual Abuse
Survivor of Sibling Sexual Abuse – Videos
Sibling Abuse PSA for Communication in Abusive Relationships 392.
Fox-Kilgore, Nancy. (May 19, 2011) Girl In The Water: Bullying Starts At Home. The research link between bullying and sibling abuse can’t be overlooked. CreateSpace. 460 pages.
Shaw, R (2001) – Coffee House TV. Publisher of “Not Child’s Play” discusses this anthology of true stories, poetry, art and fiction about sibling incest.
Vernon R. Wiehe, Ph.D. was interviewed at his home in Lexington, Kentucky, on October 18, 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08IADJsMq94
Other Survivor Websites or Blogs:
Where I found many articles online
The Empower Project contributes to the protection of women against all forms of violence, working on women victims’ awareness of their co-factors’ responsibility for the perpetuation of violence; in particular, the unconscious perpetuation of the role played by mothers in the daughters’ disposition towards the will of the man and his violence.
The project offers women in specialist “anti-violence” centers the chance to take part in psychodrama groups for 6 months. Changes in the women after taking part in these groups will be verified through the research process.