Posted on November 14th, 2011 by
The allegations of child sexual abuse against a former Penn State assistant football coach have stoked fears in many parents, as our colleagues at the WSJ’s The Juggle blog have written…When it comes to coaches and athletes, there are some simple rules of thumb to follow to make sure the relationship is a healthy one and kids and teens are protected, says Max Trenerry, an associate professor of psychology and consultant in clinical neuropsychology at the Mayo Clinic. (Trenerry isn’t speaking specifically about the Penn State situation.)
Wall Street Journal, Katherine Hobson, 11/14/11
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