Strong at the broken places: overcoming the trauma of childhood abuse

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Random House, Jun 10, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 191 pages
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A renowned psychotherapist presents a definitive guide to help individuals overcome patterns of childhood physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and develop positive attitudes toward themselves physically and mentally

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Review: Strong at the Broken Places: Overcoming the Trauma of Childhood Abuse

User Review  - Kani Ahmed - Goodreads

really the most amazing book that I've read so far, having going through a tough childhood myself, this book has helped me a lot in making sense of what happened and start to have some Peace with it ... Read full review

Review: Strong at the Broken Places: Overcoming the Trauma of Childhood Abuse

User Review  - Stephanie - Goodreads

When I worked as a therapist, I recommended this book to my clients as probably the most popular book...I first read it while training to provide PTSD/Trauma therapy and own the book..The focus is on ... Read full review

Contents

chapter one Once Damaged Goods
3
chapter two Trauma
18
chapter three Lies of the Mind
34
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LINDA TSCHIRHART SANFORD is a licensed psychotherapist and the co-author of "In Defense of Ourselves: A Rape Prevention Handbook for Women" and "The Silent Children: A Parent's Guide to the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse".

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