Emotional abuse , which is sometimes called psychological abuse , is a pattern of behavior that damages a child's sense of self-worth and negatively impacts their emotional development. 1 In addition to withholding love and support, the person emotionally abusing the child also may reject, criticize, threaten, demean, and berate the child. A lot of teachers do not choose to be teachers for the love of children but for the benefits of being a teacher. There are a lot of good teachers but there are many who does not have the talent or. ... Female teachers as well as pupils are victims of a toxic culture of sexual abuse within schools,. • If the child or young person is not in immediate danger and is not upset reinvolve the student in usual school activities. • If the child or young person is visibly upset provide appropriate activity for them under supervision with someone familiar (i.e. teacher) until they are able to re-join classroom activities.