Child Sexual Abuse: The Search for Healing

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SUBJECT INDEX

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abandonment, history 25
abuse, emotional see emotional abuse
abuse, multiform see multiform abuse
abuse, physical see physical abuse
abuse, sexual see sexual abuse
abused boys see male victims
abused children 70-72 , 231 ;
see also adolescent survivors;
characteristics 27 ,
by type of offender 183 , 184 , 185 ;
in family reconstruction 162-3 , 177-9 ;
life history patterns 126-7 , 128 ;
psychological subjugation 10 , 84 , 92 ;
reactions of and to 105-129 ;
rehabilitation 133-55 , 173-4 , 177-9 , 238 ,
initial 85 , 89 ,
mercy to offender helpful 53 ,
not offered 10 ;
rehabilitation methods 143-4 ;
testimony 83-4 ;
therapeutic goals 133-5 , 139 , 144-5 , 155 ;
truthful about sexual abuse 83 , 92 , 93 , 97 ;
unjustly blamed 106-7 , 113 , 127 ,
by mother 18 ,
by professionals 30-3 , 49 , 57 , 90 , 146 , 151
abused wives, personal accounts 35
abusers see offenders;
female see female offenders;
juvenile see juvenile offenders
accessory-to-sex syndrome 115
accommodation syndrome 112-13
acquaintances see friends
addiction relief approach to rehabilitation 199-200
Adlerian psychology 149
adolescent girls, vulnerability 73 , 186
adolescent offenders see juvenile offenders
adolescent survivors, as offenders 74 , 119 ;
rehabilitation 134 , 144 , 145 ;
rehabilitation methods 143-4
adopted children and incest 40
adult survivors 53 , 85 , 231 ;
feminist therapy 153 ;
personal accounts see personal accounts and case histories;
rehabilitation 10 , 23 , 133 , 145-6 , 156 , 238 ,
availability 100 ,
drug therapy 138 ,
failure of conventional therapy 23 ,
repressed memories 140
adult survivors, suicide 142
advocacy see client advocacy
aetiology 90 , 159 , 160-2 , 181 , 190-4 , 202 , 209 , 250 ;
see also socialization;
gender differences 186-7
age, in laws protecting children 27-8 ;
of consent or marriage 26 , 29 , 43 , 167 ;
of offenders 72 ;
of victims 70-2
age-appropriate feelings and behaviour 138
age factors, in child’s testimony 83 , 84 ;
in prevalence 67 ;
in recall of abuse 70 ;
in reporting 67 ;
in revictimization 71 ;
in sibling incest 170 , 171 ;
in survey populations 58 ;
in type of abuse 45
Alberta, Child Welfare Act 100 , 224 ;
Children’s Hospital 100 ;
Conservative party 97 ;
Social Services 100
alcoholism 9 , 162 , 189 , 198 ;
offenders 89 , 126 , 158 , 184 , 188
American Humane Association 28 ;
survey 57
American National Center for Child Abuse and Neglect survey 57
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 28

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vii
  • About the Authors ix
  • Chapter One - The Meaning of Sexual Abuse in Childhood 1
  • Chapter Two - Historical Perspectives 25
  • Chapter Three - Definitions and Ethics 38
  • Chapter Four - Statistical Dimensions 56
  • Chapter Five - A Community Model 78
  • Chapter Six - Trauma to the Child Victim 105
  • Chapter Seven - Healing of the Child Survivor 133
  • Chapter Eight - Healing the Family 157
  • Chapter Nine - Healing of Offenders 182
  • Chapter Ten - Healing of Society 203
  • Chapter Eleven - Implications for Practice and Research 230
  • Bibliography 241
  • Name Index 264
  • Subject Index 269
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