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A comparison of two CSA treatment programmes
Nolan, Margretta; Carr, Alan; O'Flaherty, Anne; et al.
The development of effective treatment programmes to ameliorate the sequelae of CSA is imperative. Ideally such programmes should address intrapsychic psychological difficulties through individually based child-focused interventions; peer-related interpersonal problems through group-based interventions; and difficulties within the family and wider social network through family therapy and systemic interventions. It would be expected that some programmes might be more effective than others for young people with particular constellations of difficulties and that programmes that combined two or more therapeutic modalities might be more effective than more narrowly focused programmes.
Keyword(s): Child sexual abuse; Treatment outcome
Publication Date:
2014
Type: Book chapter
Peer-Reviewed: Unknown
Language(s): English
Institution: University College Dublin
Publisher(s): Edwin Mellen Press
Alternative Title(s): A comparison of two programmes for victims of Child sexual abuse: A treatment Outcome Study
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