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NCJ Number: 119532 Find in a Library
Title: Group for Sexually Abused Young Children: Unravelling the Web
Journal: Child Abuse and Neglect  Volume:13  Issue:3  Dated:(1989)  Pages:369-377
Author(s): J Nelki; J Watters
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 8
Type: Survey
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This paper describes clinical material from a group for young, sexually abused children.
Abstract: Group work combines both an educational and dynamic approach from previous models and was clearly structured. The program ran over nine weeks in conjunction with a parallel caregivers' group. The caregivers' group was informed each week of the main themes and was involved in evaluating the effectiveness of the therapy by completing questionnaires which recorded symptomatology. A statistical analysis based on the questionnaires showed a significant reduction in problems reported by the caregivers before and after the group therapy. An author recommendation for future assessments is included. 22 references, 1 table. (Author abstract modified)
Main Term(s): Child abuse treatment
Index Term(s): Child Sexual Abuse; Child victims; Victim counseling
Note: Paper presented at the First European Congress of Child Abuse and Neglect, Rhodes, Greece, April 9, 1987.
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