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Treating Secondary Victims: Intervention with the Nonoffending Mother in the Incest Family ePub download

by Virginia C. Strand

  • Author: Virginia C. Strand
  • ISBN: 0803952864
  • ISBN13: 978-0803952867
  • ePub: 1753 kb | FB2: 1373 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (September 6, 2000)
  • Pages: 264
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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Treating Secondary Victims: Intervention with the Nonoffending Mother in the Incest Family ePub download

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Forty-eight polyincestuous families were examined to determine the characteristics of this type of sexual abuse and subcategories of polyincest. The mean number of perpetrators per family was ., and the mean number of victims . Almost 40% of perpetrators were female. Five families had only male victims, 19 only female, and 24 both male and female victims. In 71% of cases, there were. offenders from both within the nuclear family and the extended family

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Child Abuse & Neglect, 19(10), 1275–1282.

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Virginia C. Clinical Social Work Journal volume 18, pages353–366(1990)Cite this article. The major theoretical construct that is employed in formulating the treatment approach is that of the traumagenic dynamics model presented by Finkelhor and Browne (1985).

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In Treating Secondary Victims the author builds upon a foundation of both the research literature on incest victims and families, as well as her own clinical experience to provide a conceptual framework for intervention and treatment of the non-offending mother.