Victims No Longer: Men Recovering from Incest and Other Sexual Child Abuse
Written by an American psychotherapist and group therapy leader, this book offers advice to men who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. It aims to help them to identify and validate their childhood experiences; explore strategies of survival and healing; work through issues such as trust, intimacy and sexuality; establish a support network for continued personal recovery; and set goals for the future.
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