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Patterns of incest : a guide for counselors
Patterns of incest : a guide for counselorsAutre titre :
Titre du diplôme: Master of ArtsOrganismes :
University of Arizona - Department of Counseling and Guidance, États-UnisRésumé :
It is hypothesized that.from further inquiry and research on incest and its effects on victims, patterns will emerge which may prove helpful to mental health professionals in recognizing and dealing with the clients' trauma resulting from the incest experience. The purpose of this study is to provide further information for the counseling community in the area of long-term effects on female incest victims.
Although the authors reviewed in the literature reveal some clues to the victim's general condition, whether involved in a single incestuous incident, or a long-term relationship, little information is given in terms of counseling methodologies for dealing with victims after the fact. Further research is called for.
Brief case summaries of the ten volunteers are included, along with histories of the molestations and biographical/family status data. Some information on.subjects' gender preference of counselor, as well as successful and unsuccessful counseling approaches is presented. General data are given on what could be included in counseling sessions with adult women molested as children, as well as research rationale behind certain recommendations.Sommaire :
1. Subject Profile
2. History of the Molestations
4. Counselor’s Gender
5. Counseling Experiences
6. Social Interest
7. Long-Term Effects