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|Description:||248 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction: Listening to What Victims Have To Say about Recovery and Healing. Jacki Pritchard, Jacki Pritchard Ltd, UK. 1. How Recovery and Healing Should Fit into the Adult Safeguarding Process. Jacki Pritchard. 2. Recovery and Healing From Complex Trauma. Christiane Sanderson, Independent consultant, UK. 3. The Work of a Sexual Assault Referral Centre. Bernie Ryan, St. Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre, UK. 4. Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Experience of Mental Health Services. Sarah Nelson, Ruth Lewis and Sandra S. Cabrita Gulyurtlu, University of Edinburgh, UK. 5. Recovery Through Psychodynamic Therapy: Working with Men who Have Experienced Sexual Violation. Georgina Hoare, SurvivorsUK. 6. Surviving Sex Trafficking: Recovery and Healing. Krista Hoffman, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, USA . 7. 'To Be Who We Really Are': Recovery and Healing After Domestic Abuse. Dr Hilary Abrahams, University of Bristol, UK. 8. Helping Recovery and Healing: A Supported Housing Project Approach. Jacqui Smith, Young Women's Housing Project, UK. 9. Louder Than Words: Art Therapy with Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities Who Have Been Abused. Amanda Gee, Vita Community Living Services, Canada. 10. Recovery and Healing in Survivors of the Holocaust. Judith Hassan, Jewish Care, UK. 11. Group Work and the Healing Process. Jacki Pritchard. Epilogue: The Maslow Experiment. Jacki Pritchard and Hilary Abrahams. Index.|
|Series Title:||Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Jacki Pritchard.|
This collection, edited by Jacki Pritchard, covers an extensive array of situations of abuse and the approaches that can be used to support individuals go beyond coping and growth to their full