Witnessing, Nurturing, Protesting: Therapeutic Responses to Sexual Abuse of People with Learning Disabilities Paperback – 1 Dec 1996
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Focuses on the long-term consequences of sexual abuse experienced by people with learning difficulties, and highlights practical and creative responses that facilitate healing and recovery. The book uses case examples to illustrate models and therapy practice, and provides professionals, parents and carers working in this field with such insights as: identifying vulnerability; strategies for providing support; long-term consequences/effects of sexual abuse; responding to disclosure; resources; creative work techniques; and support for workers.
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