Emotional abuse

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Lexington Books, Jul 12, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 140 pages
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A new model for treating the devastating effects of emotional abuse Emotional Abuse provides a clear road map for therapists to guide them through the intricacies of treating emotionally-abused victims. Any therapist working with emotionally-abused clients will find this a most useful text. --Jeffrey T. Mitchell, president, International Critical Incident Stress Foundation Marti Tamm Loring uses her own research and clinical work with emotionally abused women to explore the components of both overt and covert abuse and to map out for mental health practitioners a new model for its treatment.

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Contents

Differentiating Emotional Abuse
15
The Trauma of Emotional Abuse
35
Theoretical Perspectives
57
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About the author (1994)

Loring is a clinical social worker, sociologist and assistant professor at George State University. She is also Executive Director of the Center for Mental Health and Human Development in Atlanta.

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