Misbehavior is always self-centered and directed toward one of the following goals: attention, control, revenge, and discouragement. Misbehavior gives the actor a false sense of self-importance and social-inclusion. Dishonesty is the fabric to socially unhealthy individual’s relationships.
The Silentinjuries™ Questionnaire can help a CSA professional clarify adjustment disruptions due to exposure to social-sexual deviance. The challenges can occur in three domains: personal, social or professional. The potential injuries are sequential, quantifiable and manageable.
Debriding Sequential Trauma Deposits
The Colorado River and other erosion forces expose the horizontal sequential sedimentary deposits that tell our earth's geological history. Acknowledgment and confrontation form a hybrid that can debride one's injuries after exposure to social-sexual deviance. deviance.
Sexual Trauma Inventory
Child sexual abuse is a complex process comprising four distinct phases: engagement, grooming, assault, and concealment. Each stage contributes individually and cumulatively to a child's coping responses during and after the attacks, post-assault health challenges and injury interpretation. The STI yields a profile that can guide a strategic cognitive-behavioral intervention.
ACT NOW is the Silentinjuries™ mantra. The call to action involves three steps: Acknowledge exposure to social-sexual deviance. Confront the toxic effects by verbalizing the exposure and identifying the deviant. Seek appropriate treatment to neutralize the toxin
As the Pariah River can change the water clarity of the Colorado River at their confluence, exposure to social and/or sexual deviance can cloud a healthy person’s adjustment.