The debate over the validity of memories related to childhood sexual abuse continues. However, whatever one's beliefs about the formation and recall of memories, there are some points upon which most people can agree: that there are children and adolescents who have been abused; that these children ought to receive treatment; and that such treatment should be provided in an effective and efficient manner. The contributors to this volume are dedicated to providing such treatment.
The book describes treatment innovations for working with both child and adolescent survivors and perpetrators of sexual abuse.
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Table of Contents
PART ONE: CHILD SURVIVORS
Managing Disorders of Self-Regulation in Sexually Abused Boys - William Friedrich
Inpatient Treatment of Adolescent Survivors of Sexual Abuse - Sally Cantor
Ritual Abuse - Gail M Stroh
Traumas and Treatment
PART TWO: CHILD PERPETRATORS
Sexually Aggressive Children and Societal Responses - Hendrika B Cantwell
When the Offender is a Child - Jackie Jackson Kikuchi
Identifying and Responding to Juvenile Sexual Abuse Offenders
Monster Therapy - Sandra Ballester and Frederique Pierre
The Use of a Metaphor in Psychotherapy with Abuse Reactive Children
Parallel Treatment of Parents of Abuse Reactive Children - Diane R Griggs and Armond Boldi