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Sexually Abused Children & Their Families
1st Edition - November 1, 1982
Editors: P. B. Mrazek, C. H. Kempe
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This volume of 18 articles provides information about a diversity of issues - recognition, legal codes, evaluation, psychodynamics, treatment, prognosis and outcome. Included are… Read more
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This volume of 18 articles provides information about a diversity of issues - recognition, legal codes, evaluation, psychodynamics, treatment, prognosis and outcome. Included are reports on an extensive survey of professional recognition in England and an examination of European criminal law relating to child sexual abuse, theoretical models of psychosexual development within the family and incest as an expression of a dysfunctional family system. Attention is given to special problems of treatment along with reports on three on-going treatment programmes. Two useful features of the book are a comprehensive bibliography and a critique of available audio-visual materials.
Of interest to paediatricians, psychiatrists, doctors, social workers, probation officers, family and community counsellors.
(partial) Definition and Recognition: Definition and recognition of sexual child abuse. Psychosexual development within the family. Sexual Child Abuse and the Law: Sexual child abuse: the legislation and the law in the United States. Psychodynamics and Evaluation: Incest: intake and investigation. The child psychiatric examination of the sexually abused child. Treatment: Special problems in the treatment of child sexual abuse. Incest and the dysfunctional family system. Group psychotherapy with sexually abused children. The co-therapy relationship in group treatment of sexually mistreated adolescent girls. Prognosis and Outcome: Long-term effects of sexual abuse in childhood. The effects of child sexual abuse: methodological considerations. References with selected annotation. Audiovisual materials with critique.