Helping a Child with Sexualized Behaviors

 
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It is important for parents to understand healthy touch and to communicate respect for personal boundaries as they help their child learn to seek and give affection in healthy and appropriate ways. Watch as Dr. Karyn Purvis provides insights for parents to help them respond effectively to a child who exhibits sexualized behaviors.

 

Helping a Child with Sexualized Behaviors

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