Looking at child abuse from the children's perspective, this book draws on studies of other victims, such as hostages, concentration camp prisoners and adults abused as children, to increase our understanding of the reactions of youngsters in their treatment.
This book looks at child abuse from the child's own perspective. Drawing on studies of other victims of abuse such as hostages and concentration camp prisoners, and the accounts of adult survivors of child abuse, it serves as a practical guide both to increasing an understanding of the reactions of children to their abuse, and to providing a support system for victims.
Voices of the Children - Perspective of the Abused Child - Individual Work with the Child - Family and Group Work with Abused Children - Substitute Care - Preventing Child Abuse - Effects of the Abuse
Working with Abused Children by Celia Doyle
British Association of Social Workers (BASW) Practical Social Work S.
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