SEXUAL ABUSE: THE CHILD'S VOICE / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Kingsley, Jessica Publishers
By first describing her methods and subsequently illustrating them with a selection of case studies, Madge Bray shows the reader how abuse can affect the mental well-being of children, and how the repair of the child's trust of adults is crucial to the process of healing. Guiding the reader and the child through the counselling process, she illustrates the devastation which abuse can cause, but also the resilience of children and the means they have to protect themselves from the reality of abuse. Sexual Abuse: The Child's Voice is a unique insight into the minds of abused children, providing a basis for therapeutic work.
|Publisher:||Kingsley, Jessica Publishers|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.51(d)|
About the Author
Madge Bray is a social worker, trainer and therapist. In 1987 she co-founded SACCS (Sexual Abuse: Child Consultancy Service).
Table of Contents
Introduction, Sarah Boyle. Preface. 1. Childhood Influence. 2. What about Social Work? 3. Breaking Through. 4. Carving a Way Forward. 5. Finding Out about Abuse. 6. Making it Better. 7. Background to Stories. 8. Tracey. 9. Michael. 10. George. 11. Zoe. 12. Becky. 13. Jessica. Postscript. Addendum.