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Child Abuse Trauma

Child Abuse Trauma - 92 edition

ISBN13: 978-0803937130

Cover of Child Abuse Trauma 92 (ISBN 978-0803937130)
ISBN13: 978-0803937130
ISBN10: 080393713X
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 92
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.
Published: 1992
International: No

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Child Abuse Trauma - 92 edition

ISBN13: 978-0803937130

John N. Briere

ISBN13: 978-0803937130
ISBN10: 080393713X
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 92
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.

Published: 1992
International: No
Summary

"This book is the best this practitioner has seen for its practical definitions and concrete suggestions. At the same time, it reviews what research there is and notes the many areas in need of further study. . . . The controversial use of hypnosis for the recovery of repressed memories and gender differences in reaction to abuse are particularly well covered. I recommend this book for all practitioners and educators."

-- Mary J. Coe, review in The American Journal of Family Therapy

"This reviewer found Child Abuse Trauma to be an informed and useful guide to understanding and treating child abuse survivors. A unique aspect of the book is its focus on the broad spectrum of child abuse trauma and the interrelationships among the various forms of abuse and their consequences. . . . Illustrative case examples are utilized throughout the book. The work is indeed a welcomed and helpful pioneering effort in the fledgling field of child abuse-focussed treatment. The significant value of the book makes constructive criticism difficult. . . . A major strength of the book is that Briere manages to be theoretical and scholarly, yet also practical. Clinicians will find enormously valuable this focus on issues and dilemmas which inevitably arise during trauma therapy. For example, the book includes an excellent discussion on when and how to explore abuse-related memories, versus when and how to prepare clients for this work and support them in the work. The section on dealing with self-issues is also particularly elucidating and helpful. . . . The author bravely addresses notions such as 'codependence,' 'resistance,' and borderline personality and their limited usefulness in abuse-focused treatment. . . . Generalist clinicians occasionally serving abuse survivors will find it illuminates and informs trauma treatment. Clinicians specializing in abuse-focused therapy will discover much of value in this volume, and I would anticipate, find themselves recommending it to supervises as well as seasoned colleagues."

-- The Advisor

Author Bio

Briere, John N. : University of Southern California

Table of Contents

Foreword L. Berliner
Foreword D. Finkelhor
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction

I. Incidence of Child Abuse

1. Types and Forms of Child Maltreatment

II. The Long-Term Impacts of Child Abuse: Integration of Research and Theory

2. Long-Term Impacts of Child Abuse I: Psychological Responses
3. Long-Term Impacts of Child Abuse II: Behaviors and Relationships

III. Exploring the Solution: Abuse-Focused Psychotherapy

4. Philosophy of Treatment
5. Parameters of Treatment I: Process Issues
6. Parameters of Treatment II: Intervention Approaches
7. Special Issues in Abuse-Focused Psychotherapy

Summary
Appendix: The Child Maltreatment Interview Schedule
References
Index