Psychological or physical abuse by siblings is much more common than most people realize. It can leave severe psychological scars. However, parents often downplay it, calling it “normal sibling rivalry.” Experts discuss the extent of the problem, warning signs of abuse, and how parents can act without involving family services officials and endangering the family.
- Dr. John Caffaro, Distinguished Professor, California School of Professional Psychology
- Nancy Kilgore, PTSD trainer, abuse survivor and author, Girl in the Water
- Dr. Mandy Morrill, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Valparaiso University