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The Trauma of Sexual Assault. Treatment, Prevention and Practice. Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology

  • ID: 2248169
  • Book
  • 372 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Rape and sexual assault are common crimes in our societies, but work on its psychosocial impact and critiques of procedures and interventions are hard to find. The Trauma of Sexual Assault fills these gaps. It focuses on adult victims and opens up the debate with research findings, theoretical perspectives and implications for treatment, longer–term management and future policy.

Jenny Petrak and Barbara Hedge have skilfully drawn on the clinical practice of their authors to provide:

∗ the first text to consider the psychological impact of sexual assault on women and men

∗ a comprehensive flow–through model of psychological and social management from the initial presentation of the assaulted person onwards

∗ wide–ranging discussion of relevant issues, including culture, gender and sexuality, the assaulted and the assailant, and social and legal topics

∗ details of prevention and treatment, including the psychological and physical impact of sexual assault

The Trauma of Sexual Assault is a much–needed and accessible reference for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors and therapists, nurses, the criminal justice system, and all professionals working in settings providing services for sexual assault.
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About the Editors.

List of Contributors.

Preface.

Rape: History, Myths, and Reality (J. Petrak).

The Psycholgical Impact of Sexual Assault (J. Petrak).

Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Sexual Assault (A. W. Coxell & M. B. King).

A Review of Treatment and Outcome of Post–Trauma Sequelae in Sexual Assault Survivors (J. A. Bennice & P. A. Resick).

Psychological Assessment of Sexual Assault (A–M. Doyle & S. Thornton).

Treatment of Acute Stress and PTSD Following Rape (A. E. Naugle, et al.).

Cognitive–Behavioural Therapy for Mood and Behavioural Problems (H. Kennerley).

Treatment for the Psychosexual Impact of Sexual Assault (L. Webster).

Coping with the Physical Impact of Sexual Assault (B. Hedge).

Interventions to Prevent Rape and Sexual Assault (C. A. Gidycz, et al.).

Legal and Forensic Issues (D. J. Rogers).

The Impact of Sexual Assault on Health–care Workers (B. Hedge).

Sexual Aggression: Research, Theories, and Practice (J. C. Houston).

The Future Agenda for Care and Research (J. Petrak).

Index.
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"...It is rare to find in any one book enough material to satisfy both the novice and the experienced practitioner. However, this excellent book does this..." (Healthcare Counselling & Psychotherapy Journal, July 2002)

" this much needed book will be of great help.." (Int Jnl of Psychiatric Nursing Research)

" All in all, a very good read " (Sexual & Relationship Therapy, Vol.17, No.4, 2002)

" the authors have achieved their aim of bringing together a fascinating variety of literature " (British Journal of Clinical Psychology, March 2003)

" a valuable resource " (British Journal of Clinical Psychology, March 2003)

" a good reference for the professional coming in contact with the victims of sexual assault " (Int Jnl Adolescent Med Health, July 2003)

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