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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Barbara Everett; Ruth Gallop
|ISBN:||0761916989 9780761916987 0761916997 9780761916994|
|Contents:||PART ONE: THEORY AND KNOWLEDGE Why We Often Miss a History of Childhood Trauma A Multidimensional Model of Understanding The Research Story Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms The Controversy Surrounding Traumatic Memory Asking about Abuse PART TWO: EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS Understanding Power The Healing and Recovery Process Treatment Models Promoting Client Safety How to Listen, Hear and Understand Clients' Stories Crisis Care The Invisibility of Men's Pain Racism, Oppression and Childhood Trauma Personal and Professional Self Care|
|Responsibility:||Barbara Everett and Ruth Gallop.|
"This is a very useful book, particularly for novice practitioners and front-line workers who may not have had a supervised experience dealing with abused individuals." -- Susan Bradley