The invisible wound: a new approach to healing childhood sexual abuse
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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What Is Child Sexual Abuse?
Who Commits Child Sexual Abuse?
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