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Working with the trauma of rape and sexual violence: a guide for professionals

Working with the trauma of rape and sexual violence: a guide for professionals

Daniels, Sue J., author

Inadequate responses to victims of rape or sexual violence can lead to further psychological trauma which damages their chances of recovery. Addressing key issues for people working with victims of sexual violence, this resource offers the skills, knowledge and insight to help survivors as they move forward with their lives. The trauma caused by rape and sexual assault can often be further compounded by unthinking or insensitive comments from people who may judge, disbelieve or disparage the victim.This authoritative resource draws together advice for all people in the helping professions on how to work with victims of rape and sexual violence. The wide-ranging topics cover the effects of rape, male rape, childhood sexual abuse, sex trafficking and prostitution, and sexually transmitted infections, giving best practice advice on how to offer effective and compassionate support to help survivors

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Published London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017

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Statement of responsibility: Sue J. Daniels ; foreword by Ivan Tyrell
ISBN: 1784503754, 9781784503758
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 229 pages
Subject: Sexual abuse victims Rehabilitation.; Psychotherapy; Violence in society; Trauma & shock; Sexual abuse victims Services for.; Social counselling & advice services; Psychology: sexual behaviour; Causes & prevention of crime; Traumatic incident reduction.; Social work; Sexual abuse & harassment; Clinical psychology; Crime & criminology; Health and Wellbeing.
Reproduction: Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Other formats: Also available in printed form ISBN 9781785921117

Contents

  1. The Traumatic Effects of Rape and Sexual Violence.
  2. Male Rape, Sexual Assault and Violence.
  3. (DFSA) Drug Facilitated Sexual assault.
  4. Childhood Sexual Abuse, Sibling Sexual Abusive Behaviour and Grooming and Conditioning Behaviours.
  5. Internet Child Pornography and Pseudo Paedophilia.
  6. Child Sex Trafficking and Prostitution.
  7. (STIs) Sexually Transmitted Infections.
  8. (FME) Forensic Medical Examination.
  9. Rape and the Law.
  10. Sex Offender Patterns of Behaviour and Sex Offenders Register.
  11. Reflective Case Histories.
  12. Working with Victims and the Aftermath and The Benefit of Intervention.