Patterns And Characteristics Of The Abuser And The Abused
1223 words 5 pagesPatterns and Characteristics of the Abuser and the Abused
February 4, 2015
Patterns and Characteristics of the Abuser and the Abused
An abuser is a physical and emotional action in which an individual does to someone else. The individual that suffers from the abuse is called the abused, there is different patterns and characteristics were you can find out which individual is the abuser or the abused. Concentrating on different responses from the individual, physical actions, and monitoring the individual environment can help determine which on demonstrates the patterns and characteristics of an abuser or abused.
As a Human service professional there have to be procedures done, evaluations, and …show more content…
This development can also cause the child to be reject the right way of how they are taught. Until the child is able to fully understand their surrounds on how to act and feel it can produce some anger, sadness, withdrawn, and fearful and this is caused by rejection to want to change. If the characteristics are not screen accurately it can betrayed as abuse. A child is always at some point in their life around teachers, doctors, nurses and other family members to help make a checklist to determine what is exactly going on with the child, rather it is abuse or behavioral issues.
Understanding the patterns and characteristics of an abused individual as well as the abuser can help to determine which way to go on the assessment process. Knowing that every assessment will not always go the same because of so many different abuse, neglect, behavioral issues, and past traumatic events it will caused the Human service professional to change the direction of the assessment. When it concerns children the proper assessment method should include; drawing, activities, using open and ending questions, focus on how the child communicates about another individual as well as how a child reacts in certain situations. Because children show patterns of fear, withdrawn symptoms, depression the best way to start an assessment is to gain the child’s trust by showing concern, and