Sexual Abuse

Each province and territory has unique legislation defining and describing responses to sexual abuse. Sexual abuse includes using a child for sexual purposes such as through sexual contact, inappropriate exposure to sexual activity or material, or exploitation through prostitution and related activities.

Title Authors Year Type of Publicationsort icon
Externalizing Problems and Problematic Sexual Behaviors: Same Etiology?

Lévesque, Mireille
Bigras, Marc
Pauzé, Robert

 

2010
Agression sexuelle et symptômes de dissociation chez des filles d’âge scolaire

Collin-Vézina, Delphine
Hébert, Martine
Brabant, Marie-Ève

2007 Book chapter
Sexual abuse of children in Canada

Fallon, Barbara
Lajoie, Jules
Trocmé, Nico
Chaze, Ferzana
MacLaurin, Bruce
Black, Tara

2005 Information sheet
Sexual Abuse Investigations by Level of Substantiation in Canada in 2008

Lefebvre, Rachael
Van Wert, Melissa
Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico

2012 Information sheet
Sexual Abuse Substantiation by Subtype and Outcomes of Sexual Abuse Investigations by Gender

Fallon, Barbara
Collin-Vézina, Delphine 
King, Bryn
Joh-Carnella, Nicolette
Houston, Emmaline
Black, Tara

2017 Information sheet
Évaluation d’une intervention de groupe d’approche féministe auprès de femmes victimes d’agression sexuelle

Bergeron, Manon
Hébert, Martine

2006 Journal article
A Typological Analysis of Behavioral Profiles of Sexually Abused Children

Hébert, Martine
Parent, Nathalie
Daigneault, Isabelle
Tourigny, Marc

2006 Journal article
Prevalence and predictors of dating violence among adolescent female victims of child sexual abuse

Cyr, Mireille
McDuff, Pierre
Wright, John

2006 Journal article
Changes in Coping Following Treatment for Child Molesters

Serran, Geris A.
Moulden, Heather
Firestone, Philip
Marshall, W.L.

2007 Journal article
The Effect of Maltreatment Co-occurrence on Emotional Harm among Sexually Abused Children

De Marco, Richard
Tonmyr, Lil
Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico

2007 Journal article