January 29, 1988

Victims of Sexual Abuse Learn to Cope

This Viewpoint article discusses the various psychological challenges faced by survivors of childhood molestation and incest, both during childhood and into adulthood. Those discussed include depression, difficulty sustaining relationships, difficulty parenting, intermittent loss and regaining of memories of the assault, and shame. The article asserts the effectiveness of group therapy.

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1988-01-29 - Victims of Sexual Abuse Learn to Cope.pdf
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Subject College student newspapers and periodicals, Rape--Psychological aspects, Sex crimes

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