Sibling Maltreatment: The Forgotten Abuse

@inproceedings{Kiselica2007SiblingMT,
  title={Sibling Maltreatment: The Forgotten Abuse},
  author={Mark S. Kiselica and Mandy Morrill-Richards},
  year={2007}
}
  • Mark S. Kiselica, Mandy Morrill-Richards
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Great advances have been made in the study of family violence in the past 30 years. However, sibling abuse and its prevalence in the family have largely been overlooked. In this article, the major issues associated with sibling maltreatment are highlighted, and strategies for helping the victims and perpetrators of sibling abuse and their families are described. 

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