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Female Survivors of Sexual Abuse : An Inegrated Guide to Treatment
Baker, Christine
Routledge / Softcover / 2002-07-01 / 0415139848
Sexual Abuse
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How can we treat survivors of sexual abuse more effectively? Sexual abuse against females is a serious problem in society and there is a need for a greater understanding of the presentation and treatment of adult survivors of sexual abuse. In Female Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Christine Baker combines her clinical experience with an innovative approach to the treatment of this problem.
Female Survivors of Sexual Abuse addresses the experience of 180 female adults who were sexually abused in childhood, and provides detailed analyses and treatment approaches. The subject matter is presented in an accessible and compassionate way, imparting personal opinion and experience. It covers female survivors: and their stories, the integration, the alliance and the therapist, the survivor's journey to recovery, as well as the families, disclosure and the role of the mother.
This book enables the reader to "enter" the experience of the survivors and follow their progress to recovery, while highlighting the ever-changing state of knowledge in this difficult area. It will be invaluable to practitioners and students of clinical psychology, counseling, and psychiatry.

Contents:
Part I: Introduction to the Book. Female Survivors: Their Stories, and the Evidence. Introduction: Background to the Book and its Aims. Fact and Fiction. Definitions and Prevalence of Child Sexual Abuse. The Survivors Summary of Descriptive Variables in a Group of Women Who Were Sexually Abused as Children. Long-term Effects of Sexual Abuse: Empirical, Theoretical, and Clinical Considerations. Part II: Integration, the Alliance, and the Therapist. Introduction: Model Integration and Therapeutic Alliance. Therapist's Personal Characteristics and Roles: My Experience. Part III: The Survivors' Journey to Recovery. The Recovery of Survivors: Application of a 'Three Stage' Working Model. Victoria. Rose. Florence. Closing Remarks. Part IV: The Families, Disclosure, and Role of the Mother. The Survivors' Families and the Impact of Disclosure. Part V: Further Considerations. The 'Recovered/False' Memory Debate. An Uncertain Future: Closing Remarks in Light of the Apparent Resilience of Paedophilia and the Role of Society. Epilogue. Appendix - Recommended Reading for Treatment Issues Raised in Chapters 9, 10, 11. Notes from Chapters. Bibliography.

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