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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 Recovery Centre. Bernie Ryan, St. Mary's Sexual Assault Recovery 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 refreshing and wide ranging book is challenging of - and informative for - professionals working in the field of abuse, including domestic, sexual, physical and emotional abuse and the