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Psychotherapy of Sexually Abused Children and Their Familiesby William N. Friedrich
Synopses & Reviews
Starting with a broad theoretical basis, this book assesses the affect of abuse on the children's cognitive, behavioral and emotional development. A treatment plan incorporating individual, family and group therapies is included.
Book News Annotation:
The author is a consultant for the Mayo Clinic and is in the psychology department at the Mayo Medical School. He discusses evaluation and treatment, the controversies between victim advocates and family systems therapists, management of victims who become offenders, and the topics of coping and resilience.
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A guide to the evaluation and treatment of sexually abused children.
About the Author
At his death in 2005, William N. Friedrich, Ph.D. was Professor of Psychology at the Mayo Medical School and the author of numerous journal articles, chapters, and books, including Casebook of Sexual Abuse Treatment.
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