Adults Surviving Child Abuse (ASCA) says that almost five million Australian young people suffer childhood trauma of some kind or the other. Therefore, as per a recent report, feeling the need to treat such traumas, the group has presented new guidelines in federal parliament for affected people to get better.
The report says that childhood trauma may mean sexual abuse or family violence or even community violence. Sometimes, it may also mean neglect at any place and at any time. The same becomes a reason for his emotional disorders in his adolescence.
Therefore, it is a must that some methods are followed to tackle such trauma. Since, late treatment or ignorance of the condition may have lasting effects on a person's mindset. He might face depression or may fall mentally ill.
The group has told that only 2% of all are abused somewhere by strangers. Otherwise, it is their immediate family that does the same. The guidelines therefore released are able to fill the gap in understanding and knowledge of complex trauma.
"This research reinforces the need to break the taboo surrounding childhood abuse, and raise awareness for everyone in the community about child protection and the needs of adult survivors", says ASCA president Dr. Cathy Kezelman.
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