Child protection is protecting children in our wider environment

by Megan Bayliss | April 22, 2012 4:17 am

[1]Before I became a full-time recycled craftist with a home based business opportunity[2], I used to be a child therapist who specialised in child sexual assault protection: protective behaviours.

Two of my most requested learning documents are here for you to access:

  1. a training video on how children learn the cycle of violence, and
  2. my "Parent Sense" tutorial that sets out the five most important things you need to do to keep your kids safe.

 

Parent Sense is a protective behaviour tutorial that teaches you how to keep your child safe from sexual predators. It has always sold for $10.50 in print form but you can buy it here as an ebook, right now and directly from the author, me, for just AUD $1.50.

Along with protective information, the tutorial is jam-packed with games and activities designed to be played at home and embedded with messages of safety around the five elements of the BITSS model of protective behaviours: Body Ownership, Intuition, Touch, Say No and Support Network.

I know you want to protect your children so go ahead any pay through PayPal to receive the ebook file once you have gone through checkout (you'll get it as a link on the thank you for your payment page). Save the file and refer to this amazing protective tutorial again and again.

Endnotes:
  1. [Image]: http://thejunkwave.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/BITSS-blog-CIRCLE.jpg
  2. home based business opportunity: http://thejunkwave.com/junk-wave-hobby-business-opportunity/
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