Moffatt addresses a variety of violence aimed at and perpetrated by children.
Gregory K. Moffatt has been a college professor for nineteen years and has been in private practice as a therapist, specializing in children, since 1987.
"Dr. Moffatt's book is timely, comprehensive, and vital for anyone
interested in understanding and helping children who are aggressive
and/or abused. It is clearly written and includes engrossing
stories that exemplify psychological theory."-Trudy Post Sprunk
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Registered Play Therapist
"For parents, educators, and counselors, this book provides the context for understanding and working with the child as victim and the child as perpetrator. The cases presented will touch and tear at your heart. This is a valuable resource for information on prevention and treatment."-Hilda R. Glazer Dean, School of Psychology, Walden University
"This book presents a thorough discussion of the causes, the symptoms, and the treatment of these children. The writing style is easily read and understood by the professional and by those interested in violent children or child victims. The book's broad appeal should prove to be a valuable resource for social workers, law enforcement, school counselors, child therapists, and others who work with child victims and violent children."-Karla D. Carmichael University of Alabama
"This book will provide an excellent resource for clinicians who treat these children. Dr. Moffatt is able to capture our attention with the severity and magnitude of the problem of abuse, while also emphasizing the lifelong effects of even relatively minor abuse. He points out the necessity for careful, sensitive assessment of children and adolescents who present as possible victims or abusers."-Lenora Allen, M.D. Medical Director