The invisible wound: a new approach to healing childhood sexual abuse

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Bantam Books, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 261 pages
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A guide to healing the wounds of childhood sexual abuse employs case histories to show how the memory of abuse can be distorted and how the survivor can create a "safe place" for healing.

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The invisible wound: a new approach to healing childhood sexual abuse

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This is a self-help manual written for those who have experienced sexual abuse in childhood. The first section discusses types of childhood sexual abuse and its possible physical, emotional, and ... Read full review

Contents

What Is Child Sexual Abuse?
3
Who Commits Child Sexual Abuse?
9
Categories of Child Sexual Abuse
23
Copyright

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Kritsberg is a therapist and author. Wayne is widely recognized as a pioneer in the treatment of survivors of trauma.