Victims Face Steep Barriers to Reporting Sexual Abuse

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Psychological barriers often inhibit the reporting of sexual abuse, according to Teresa Huizar, executive director of the National Children’s Alliance. She tells Reveal that it’s not unusual for victims to come forward many months or even years after an incident. Bridgette Stumpf of the Network for Victim Recovery of DC says barriers to reporting largely depend on the circumstances surrounding . . .

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