Child Sexual Abuse: Informing Practice from Research

1st Edition

David Jones, Paul Ramchandani

CRC Press
Published March 31, 1999
Reference - 160 Pages
ISBN 9781857753622 - CAT# K28303

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Summary

Child sexual abuse is widespread and often an element of many other social difficulties. This book outlines a number of different ways professionals can help, particularly focusing on the role of social workers and mental health professionals. It describes how professional intervention can improve the outcome for sexually abused children and their families. It is based on extensive evidence-based research and includes summaries of the implications for practice. Funded by a grant from the Department of Health and reviewed by an expert advisory group, this book covers the child protection process and psychological treatments in a clear and accessible format.

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