This paper explores how best to improve policy and practice for male victim/survivors of childhood sexual abuse. It reviews the prevalence and effects of male childhood sexual abuse, barriers to disclosure, and men's preferred methods of coping, before discussing service development strategies. The authors suggest that conceptualising and responding to male sexual victimisation as a public health issue will help to improve community responses to men and their families.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 16-20)
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