GOOD PRACTICE IN COUNSELLING PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN ABUSED

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Good Practice In Counselling People Who Have Been Abused

Author : Zetta Bear
ISBN : 1853024244
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 86.74 MB
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By addressing the issues of physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse and neglect experienced in childhood or adulthood, this book aims to provide the reader with a theoretical understanding of people who have been abused, and a range of practical approaches to counselling them.
Category: Social Science

Counselling Adult Survivors Of Child Sexual Abuse

Author : Christiane Sanderson
ISBN : 1843103354
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 45.96 MB
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This updated and expanded edition provides comprehensive coverage of the theory and practice of counselling survivors of child sexual abuse (CSA). In a reasoned and thoughtful approach, this book honestly addresses the complex issues in this important area of work, providing practical strategies valuable and new insights for counsellors.
Category: Family & Relationships

Therapeutic Work With Sexually Abused Children

Author : Randall Easton Wickham
ISBN : 0761969691
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 49.97 MB
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`This book is a practical and supportive guide for the professionals facing this traumatic subject. [It] is easily readable' - Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health `Therapeutic Work With Sexually Abused Children locates the practice experience of the authors within a rigorous theoretical framework and is a readable and useable guide to the complexities of helping children and adolescents who have suffered the trauma of sexual abuse' - Youth & Policy `It is refreshing to find child therapists ready to engage with sexually abused children by incorporating trauma theory and research, addressing child protection and seeing themselves as part of a team that includes the carers. The authors provide an overview of phases of treatment, theoretical considerations and essential skills. They emphasize the importance of relationship and explore its impact on the therapist. Their approach is creative and child-centered. Case vignettes, poems and exercises promote empathy with the child's perspective. There is a useful chapter on cultural issues and the needs of children in alternative care... this is an excellent primer for the child's helping network' - Community Care `This is an excellent book for workers seeking to respond more effectively to child victims of abuse' - David Pearson, Caring Magazine Therapeutic Work with Sexually Abused Children is a creative and practical guide for professionals working directly with those who have suffered sexual abuse and for their carers. The trauma of sexual abuse experienced in childhood can be severe and enduring. Therapeutic support is offered to help both the child and the family cope with psychological or emotional difficulties both currently and in later life. Therapists must be able to respond effectively to the child victim in a sensitive and timely way which prioritizes the needs of each child. Drawing on their experience as practitioners, the authors explore the reactions which children commonly experience following abuse and examine the tasks of the therapist in responding to them. This book explores the counselling of children who have been abused rather than adult survivors of child abuse. The book will benefit from the combined experiences of one US author and one UK author.
Category: Psychology

Good Practice In Safeguarding Children

Author : Hilary Owen
ISBN : 1846428947
Genre : Social Science
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Good Practice in Safeguarding Children considers how front-line professionals can keep the best interests of the child at the heart of their work when statutory guidance, the way agencies are integrated and the delivery of services are changing. Liz Hughes and Hilary Owen have drawn together contributors' experiences of working with safeguarding children on a broad range of issues, including neglect, trafficked children, parents with learning difficulties and child protection supervision. The contributors discuss current dilemmas in safeguarding children work and provide models of good practice, including case scenarios and exercises. This book explores how changes in the system offer an opportunity to enhance the quality of service provision, to achieve better outcomes for children and their families. This book is a must-read book for all front-line practitioners involved in safeguarding children, including social workers, child and adolescent mental health practitioners, police officers, healthcare professionals, probation workers and teachers. It is also suitable for undergraduate, post-graduate and post-qualifying students.
Category: Social Science

Good Practice In Promoting Recovery And Healing For Abused Adults

Author : Jacki Pritchard
ISBN : 9781849053723
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 74.18 MB
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Good Practice in Recovery and Healing from Abuse: Adult Survivors is an extensive guide that gives insight on how to be creative in helping adult victims of abuse through the recovery and healing processes. The book features chapters written by practitioners and researchers involved in the different sectors of working with abuse.
Category: Social Science

Creative Responses To Child Sexual Abuse

Author : Sue Richardson
ISBN : UOM:39015054105211
Genre : Psychology
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Despite heightened media attention and the increase in professional knowledge about child abuse, many children are still being failed by the system. This text addresses the acute practice dilemmas concerning these children.
Category: Psychology

Counselling Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Author : Claire Burke Draucker
ISBN : 0761965815
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 83.75 MB
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Praise for the First Edition: `There are a number of books which deal with the subject of childhood sexual abuse but few as readable and practical as this, which is a step-by-step guide to understanding the effects of childhood sexual abuse and helping survivors through the process of counselling form disclosure to resolution' - Child Abuse Review The experience of childhood sexual abuse is a trauma that continues to have an impact on survivors throughout their lives. The Second Edition of this accessible, practical guide - fully updated and with a new chapter on the false memory debate - will enable counsellors to become adept at addressing the unique and complex needs.
Category: Psychology

Adults Abused As Children

Author : Peter Dale
ISBN : 1446222705
Genre : Adult child abuse victims
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This is a useful book that offer4s insights into outcomes for a sample of adults who sought help for the effects of their childhood abuse and the affect of the personal qualities and approaches of their therapists. It traverses some controversial ground and because it brings to light issues that are often on the basked labelled "too hard" should be compulsory reading for all the therapists working in this field' - "International Social Work " This book is an extensive overview of practice-based research on therapy for adults who were abused as children, physically, sexually or emotionally.... Peter Dale looks in detail at the lessons to be learnt from people's experiences of therapy... a relief to find such a comprehensive well-researched book on the subject from a psychotherapeutic perspective.... Its wider relevance is that we (society, therapists and service-planners in particular) must learn from people who have been abused as children, so that appropriate and supportive services can be set up' - "Transformations, The PCSR Journal " I believe this book - based on Peter Dale's research into the experience of 53 clients - is of profound importance to practising counsellors, trainers and researchers....I recommend this carefully designed and executed piece of research to all BAC readers' -" Mary Berry Senior Lecturer in Counselling, University of Manchester "'The author has created interesting and thought-provoking arguments that provide a balanced analysis of abuse therapy, in particular Repression, Dissociation and False Memory Retrieval'" - Clare Young, The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy " This enlightening book brings together the experiences of both clients and therapists who receive and provide help for the effects of childhood abuse. The book consolidates existing knowledge about child abuse and psychotherapeutic approaches to give an integrated account of counselling and therapy as it relates to adults abused as children. Part One examines research in the fields of child abuse and psychotherapy, reviewing historically changing attitudes towards childhood abuse and the consequences of cultural context on approaches to treatment. Part Two reviews the testimonies of the therapeutic process from over 50 clients and therapists, including therapists who were themselves abused as children. These testimonies form a basis for the discussion of specific issues, such as becoming a client, talking about abuse and what happens when things go wrong in therapy. Part Three tackles the controversy surrounding recovered memory' and child abuse, and assesses the implications for the future direction of counselling and therapy.
Category: Adult child abuse victims

Counselling Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Author : Claire Burke Draucker
ISBN : 9781847878762
Genre : Psychology
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Praise for the Second Edition: `This is a user-friendly, readable, practical guide to assist survivors of childhood sexual abuse that will be particularly useful to students and practitioners who are new to this field' - Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health `This is a book that should give those who find themselves working with sexual abuse survivors some tools and skills for the job' - Young Minds Magazine `This book will be found valuable by all therapists and counsellors, not just those who have a special interest in childhood sexual abuse. Many will want to follow up the well-selected references the author gives. The detailed index will also help one to browse and read selectively' - Sexual and Relationship Therapy The experience of childhood sexual abuse is a trauma which continues to have an impact on survivors thoughout their lives. The pervasive and long-term effects that stem from sexual abuse make it vital that counsellors become adept at addressing the unique and complex needs of survivors. In this Third Edition of Counselling Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Claire Burke Draucker and Donna S Martsolf identify the significant healing processes which are essential to achieve recovery. These include: " disclosing the abuse " reinterpreting it from an adult perspective " addressing issues related to the context of the abuse; and " making desired life changes. Each of these processes is discussed in conjunction with the most effective counselling interventions to facilitate resolution. Carefully chosen case examples demonstrate the appropriate use of interventions in practice. The Third Edition includes a wealth of new material covering memory retrieval, outcome research, multicultural counselling, emerging therapeutic approaches, and neuroscience and counseling. Dynamics and difficulties in the therapeutic relationship are also discussed in great depth.
Category: Psychology

Counselling In Schools

Author : Robert Bor
ISBN : 0761972765
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 61.99 MB
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Counselling in Schools is a practical, contemporary guide to providing effective counselling support within school settings. Recognizing the very specific nature of this area of counselling practice and the uniqueness of every school, the authors provide a flexible framework and guidelines for working collaboratively with pupils, families and colleagues.
Category: Social Science