Psychotherapy with Sex-abuse Victims: True, False, and Hysterical
Deals with the psychiatric treatment of children who have been sexually abused, and children who have not been abused but have been programed to think they were, and details ways to tell the difference. Describes an original theory of how sexual abuse leads to psychological problems, discusses treatment techniques, and details the manifestations of false programming in the context of recent knowledge about individual, group, and mass hysteria. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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