(1) Harm to a child is any significant detrimental effect caused by any act, omission or circumstance on:
(a) the physical, psychological or emotional wellbeing of the child; or
(b) the physical, psychological or emotional development of the child.
(2) Without limiting subsection (1), harm can be caused by the following:
(a) physical, psychological or emotional abuse or neglect of the child;
(b) sexual abuse or other exploitation of the child;
(c) exposure of the child to physical violence.
A child witnessing violence between the child's parents at home.