Why children don't often report sexual abuse

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, March 5, 2019
  • The new documentary, "Leaving Neverland," sheds light on why people who say they are child sex abuse survivors may not come forward. In the film, Wade Robson explains why he waited more than two decades to accuse Michael Jackson of abuse. Dr. Veronique Valliere, a clinical psychologist with more than 25 years experience working with offenders and survivors of child sex abuse, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss changing the narrative around sexual abuse and what parents can to do protect their children.

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