Treating Nonoffending Parents in Child Sexual Abuse Cases: Connections for Family Safety

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SAGE, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 112 pages
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This book helps professionals to make informed, research-based assessments of risk, offering strategies for supporting and educating families within which sexual abuse has occurred. Without actually advocating reunification, the authors provide a unique approach for working with non-offending parents and partners who wish to work towards re-unification of the family.

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This book appears to have been cut and pasted from every cliche' ever written on sexual abuse. I found no earth-shattering information that would warrant the price tag. The book was mundane, the observations expected and it amazed me these two bothered to acknowledge any credits to those who actually had done the original research. Those with less credentials could have done a better job..this book rates lower than a "0" star.. 


Risk Assessment
Initial Assessment and Engagement
Comprehensive Family Assessment
Family Session Modules
Writing Reports and Making Recommendations

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