The Trauma of Sexual Assault: Treatment, Prevention, and Practice

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AIDs 210–212, 218, 336–337
Alcohol abuse 214
Allegations, false 274–277
American Psychiatric Association (APA) 28
Anger 113
Anxiety
measurement of 121–122
performance see Sexual dysfunctions
Anxiety and fear 31–33, 109
see also Modified Fear Survey, Psychological responses to assault
Anxiety-management 140–141
Assessment
clinical 100–116
risk 115–116
Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) 33, 122
Campaigning groups in UK 4
Care of survivors of assault/rape 14–15
Case examples 21–27, 105, 110–111, 123–124, 127–129, 167, 170, 192–194, 197, 322–324
Catastrophic stress reaction
see Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Childhood Sexual Assault 51, 161–164
see also Victims
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) 157, 168
see also Post-traumatic stress disorder
clients' comments 173–174
clinical applications 158–161
meeting the victim's needs 168–173
Schema-Focused Cognitive Therapy (SFCT) 175–177
Cognitive therapies see Treatment
Combat fatigue see Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Covert modelling 146–147
see also Role play
Crisis intervention see Treatment
Cultural perspectives on rape 2–5
Date rape 5
Definitions of assault/rape 8–10
Depression 32, 49, 111–112
assessment of 121–122
see also Beck Depression Inventory (BDI)
Dissociative experiences 110–111
DNA profiling see Forensic issues
Drug-assisted rape 200, 335–336
Drug abuse 214
Elaboration Likelihood Model 236
Emasculation 54
Empathy see Offenders empathy, towards victims

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