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Unformatted text preview: Helping Children Thrive © Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System 2004 22 This model shows the power and control tactics associated with child maltreatment. Developed by the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, 202 East Superior St., Duluth MN 55802 THE ABUSE OF CHILDREN WHEEL S E X U A L I Z I N G C H I L D R E N ’ S B E H A V I O R V I O L E N CE C O M M I T T I N G I N C E S T S E X U A L T O U C H I N G / K I S S I N G ABUSE OF CHILDREN P I N C H I N G H I T T I N G K I C K I N G V I O L EN C E P U S H I N G T W I S T I N G A R M S C H O K I N G INTIMIDATION • instilling fear through looks, actions, gestures, property destruction • using adult size • being violent to other parent, pets etc. • yelling Using INSTITUTIONS • threatening punishment with/by the courts, police, school, God, juvenile detention, foster homes, relatives, psych wards ISOLATION • controlling access to peers / adults, siblings, other parent, grandparents EMOTIONAL ABUSE • put-downs, name calling...
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- Spring '07
- Psychological abuse, Intimidation, Centre for Children and Families