Slayer of the soul: child sexual abuse and the Catholic Church

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Twenty-Third Publications, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 206 pages
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This acclaimed study breaks through the myths, anger, and confusion that surround the subject of child sexual abuse. It brings together commentary from experts in the fields of medicine, mental health, law and pastoral theology.

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Contents

Myths of the Child Molester
9
Psychological Theories
19
The Treatment of Child Sex Abusers in the Church
45
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Fr. Rossetti is currently the president and chief executive officer of Saint Luke Institute in Silver Spring, MD, a residential treatment program for clergy and religious men and women. A licensed psychologist in the States of Maryland and Massachusetts, he holds masters degrees in psychology, political science, and theology. He has a Ph.D. in psychology from Boston College and has a Doctor of Ministry degree from Catholic University.