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The contributors to this book are all clinicians who have experienced working with people who have been severely sexually abused. In their quest to reduce human suffering, they have developed practical and effective methods of treatment, which they describe in this volume.
Following a clear review of dynamically based theories which help in the understanding and treatment of adult survivors, topics discussed include survivors' sexual problems, such as compulsivity, and clients with special needs, such as survivors with personality disorders. Clinicians will find much of value in this practical volume.
Discusses trmt of sexual dysfunction/ sexual trauma within the context of traumatic stress, etc.
INTRODUCTION: SEXUAL TRAUMA
Sexual Trauma within the Context of Traumatic and Inescapable Stress, Neglect and Poisonous Pedagogy - Mark F Schwartz, Lori D Galperin and William H Masters
PART ONE: HELPING ADULT SURVIVORS WITH SEXUAL PROBLEMS
Treating Sexual Dysfunction in Survivors of Sexual Abuse and Assault - Jeff Brown
Dissociation and Treatment of Compulsive Re-enactment of Trauma - Mark F Schwartz, Lori D Galperin and William H Masters
Uncovering the Relationships between a Client's Adult Compulsive Sexual Behavior and Childhood Sexual Abuse - Mic Hunter
PART TWO: HELPING ADULT SURVIVORS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Treatment of the Very Difficult Sexual Abuse Survivor - Robert Mayer
Stages of Recovery and Relapse Prevention for the Chemically Dependent Adult Sexual Trauma Survivor - Caryl Trotter
Strengthening the Heartline - Betty Button and Allen Dietz
Working Partners and Allies of Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
The Need for a Multidimensional Approach to the Treatment of the Male Sexual Abuse Survivor - Larry A Morris