Public Education Materials

Considering Family Reconnection and Reunification after Child Sexual Abuse:
A Road Map for Advocates and Service Providers
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5e8f6f_829021b758f44708b5c1028d41535e23 A Reasoned Approach
Reshaping Sex Offender Policy to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
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5e8f6f_d96873dc1b0c46168d2fc18ecdc4a33f Engaging Bystanders
Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention
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5e8f6f_49bda2bd88334422a95d91bc87114332 Gatekeepers for Kids
Free booklet and fact sheets
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5e8f6f_a37cd9132d934e8e9923da215fc49506 Let’s Talk
Educational Brochure about talking with someone when you are concerned about their behaviors
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SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION PUBLICATIONS

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2001, February 9). Evaluation of a child sexual abuse prevention program—Vermont, 1995-1997. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 50(05). Atlanta, GA: Chasan-Taber, L., Tabachnick, J., McMahon, P., Family and Intimate Violence Prevention Team, Division of Violence Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (1997, August 29). Perceptions of child sexual abuse as a public health problem—Vermont, September 1995. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 46(34). Atlanta, GA: Tabachnick, J., Henry, F., Denny, L., Family and Intimate Violence Prevention Team, Division of Violence Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC.

Chasan-Taber, L., & Tabachnick, J. (1999). Evaluation of a child sexual abuse prevention program. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 11(4), 279-292.

Fontes, L., Cruz, M., & Tabachnick, J. (2001). Views of child sexual abuse in two cultural communities: An exploratory study among african americans and latinos. Child Maltreatment, 6, 103-117.

Haffner, D & Tabachnick, J. (2007). Balancing Acts. Online course with NEARI Training Center and Press.

Henry, F. & Tabachnick, J. (2000). Stop It Now!!: the campaign to prevent child sexual abuse. In B. Schwartz (Ed.), The Sex Offender: Vol. 4. Kingston, New Jersey: Civic Research Institute.

Klein, A & Tabachnick, J. (2002). Finding Ways to Effectively Prevent Sexual Abuse by Youth. The Prevention Researcher, Vol. 9, No. 4.

Klein, A & Tabachnick, J. (2004, October/November). Youth with Sexual Behavior Problems: Policy Issues, Implications, and Recommendations for Prevention. Sex Offender Law Report, Vol. 5, No. 6, Pages 69-84.

K. F. McCartan, H. Kemshall & J. Tabachnick (2014). The construction of community understandings of sexual violence: rethinking public, practitioner and policy discourses. Journal of Sexual Aggression: An international, interdisciplinary forum for research, theory and Practice.

Tabachnick, J & Pollard, P. (2016). “Family Reunification after Child Sexual Abuse: A Road Map.” National Sexual Violence Resource Center. Enola, PA.

Tabachnick, J., McCartan, K.F., & Panaro, R. (2016). “Changing Course:  From a victim/offender duality to a public health perspective.” Treatment of Sex Offenders: Strengths and Weaknesses in Assessment and Treatment. Laws and M, Editors. Springer. New York, NY.

Prescott, D., Bengis, S., & Tabachnick, J. (2013) Sexually Abusive Children and Adolescents: Strategies for Prevention. Prevention Researcher.

Tabachnick, J. (2013) “GateKeepers for Kids: Preventing Sexual Abuse within Youth Serving Organizations.” Massachusetts Citizens for Children.

Tabachnick, J. (2013). Why Prevention? Why Now? International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy. Vol 8, No 3-4.

Tabachnick, J. and Klein, A. (2011) “A Reasoned Approach: Reshaping Sex Offender Policy to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse. ATSA

Tabachnick, J. (2010) “Telling a Story to Inspire Action.” Partners in Social Change, a publication of the Sexual Assault Prevention Resource Center. Volume XIV Issue I, Pages 1-2.

Tabachnick, J and Newton-Ward, Michael. (2010) “Using Social Marketing for Effective Sexual Violence Prevention.” Sexual Violence Prevention. K.Kaufman, Ed.

Tabachnick, J. (2010) “Encouraging Bystander Intervention for Sexual Violence Prevention.” Sexual Violence Prevention. K.Kaufman, Ed.

Tabachnick, J. (2009) “Engaging Bystanders in Sexual Violence Prevention.” National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

Tabachnick, J. (2008) “The Promise and Potential for Engaging Bystanders in Primary Prevention.” Knowledge and Practice. D Prescott, Ed. Wood and Barnes.

Tabachnick, J. (2006, Spring) Rules of Engagement: We can no long afford to be “innocent bystanders.” Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers Forum.

Tabachnick, J. (2005, Winter) Public Dialogues Put a Human Face on Child Sexual Abuse. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers Forum.

Tabachnick, J: Diamond, M: & Meade, J. (2005, January/February) Pulling Together Our Work with Victims and with Offenders Creates a Safer Community for our Children. Sexual Assault Report, Volume 8, Number 3, pages 33-48.

Tabachnick, J. (2005) Let’s Talk: Adults Talking to Adults about Child Sexual Abuse. Copyright, Stop It Now!. Safer Society Foundation and Press, 16 pages.

Tabachnick, J. (2004, November/December) Dialogue Project Breaks New Ground. Crime Victims Report, Volume 8, No. 5, Pages 65-80.

Tabachnick, J. (2003, Summer) Create a Social Marketing Campaign with Information Learned from Abusers, those at-risk to Abuse, and their Friends and Families. National Child Advocate, Vol. 5, No.2.

Tabachnick, J. (2003) Social Marketing and Public Health: Lessons from the Field. Case Study 12: Stop It Now! Vermont: An Innovative Social Marketing Approach to Preventing Child Sexual Abuse. A Guide to Social Marketing from the Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative.

Tabachnick, J. (2003) Stop It Now! Vermont: An Innovative Social Marketing Campaign Targeting Sexual Abusers and the Adults Who Know Abusers. Social Marketing Quarterly, Volume IX, Number 1, pg 42-44.

Tabachnick, J., Editor. (2002) Because There is a Way to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse: Facts About Abuse and Those Who Might Commit It. Copyright, Stop It Now!. Safer Society Foundation and Press, 16 pages.

Tabachnick, J. & Dawson, E. (2000, November/December). Stop It Now! Vermont: A Four Year Program Evaluation, 1995-1999. Offender Programs Report, 1, (4), pg. 49.

Tabachnick, J. (2000, October/November). Stop It Now!! challenges thinking about child sexual abuse. SIECUS, 29 (1),47-49.

Tabachnick, J. (2000, July/August). Create a social marketing campaign from what we learn from abusers. Offenders Program Report,4,(2),21.

Tabachnick, J., Editor. (1998-2002). Parentalk. A Newsletter for Parents of Children and Teens with Sexual Behavior Problems.

Tabachnick, J. (1999) Do Children Sexually Abuse Other Children? Talking with Your Children About Child Sexual Abuse. Copyright, Stop It Now!. Safer Society Foundation and Press, 14 pages.

Tabachnick, J. (1998, September/October). Preventing child sexual abuse: Vermont public health campaign has positive results. At-Risk Children and Families,1(4),57.

Tabachnick, J. (1997). An innovative social marketing approach to preventing child sexual abuse. In 1997 Innovations in Social Marketing Conference Proceedings (87-92).