By Claire Burke Draucker
In this Third Edition of Counseling Survivors of formative years Sexual Abuse, Claire Burke Draucker and Donna S. Martsolf determine the numerous therapeutic techniques that are necessary to in achieving restoration. those comprise disclosing the abuse; reinterpreting it from an grownup point of view; addressing concerns on the topic of the context of the abuse; and making wanted lifestyles adjustments. every one of those procedures is mentioned together with the best counseling interventions to facilitate solution. conscientiously selected case examples exhibit the correct use interventions in perform. The Third Edition features a wealth of recent fabric protecting reminiscence retrieval, final result examine, multicultural counseling, rising healing ways, and neuroscience and counseling. Dynamics and problems within the healing courting also are mentioned in nice intensity.
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The treatment group showed significant improvement on measures of trauma symptomatology, while the control group did not experience a reduction in trauma symptoms. Morrison and Treliving (2002) examined an open, long-term, dynamicallyoriented group for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Using a quasiexperimental design, a group of 13 men in group therapy for more than six months was compared to a group of men in the same group therapy for less than six months. The participants who engaged in therapy for more than six months showed significant improvements on measures of general psychological distress, depression, and interpersonal sensitivity.
Because of Jean’s background and presenting symptoms, an assessment of a history of abuse was particularly important. Jean probably would not have revealed her abuse experiences to the counsellor unless directly asked. The following dialogue reflects the interaction between Jean and the counsellor that led to the disclosure that Jean had been sexually abused by her father. The disclosure occurred when the counsellor was inquiring about Jean’s childhood experiences, and followed Jean’s denial that she had been physically abused by her father.
The therapy group showed significantly greater improvement on measures of depression, self-esteem, and reported number of supportive friends than the wait-list controls. Bagley and Young (1998) determined that women who had been in group counselling generally maintained the psychosocial gains. Richter and colleagues compared a 15-week group process group to a wait-list control condition. One hundred and fifteen women were entered into the process groups in cohorts of approximately nine women. The treatment group members showed improvement on measures of depression and self-esteem, and showed maintained positive effects at six-month follow-up.