The psychologically battered child
Jossey-Bass, Sep 18, 1986 - Family & Relationships - 286 pages
This volume provides guidelines for those who are investigating, identifying, preventing, and treating the psychological maltreatment of children and adolescents. It also offers a comprehensive explanation of psychological child abuse and clearly defines different types of psychological maltreatment.
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What Is Psychological Maltreatment?
Identifying Cases of Maltreatment
defining their professional missions in cases of psychological
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