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‘No‐one else could understand’: Women's Experiences of a Support Group run by and for Mothers of Sexually Abused Children
Previous studies have shown that when a woman finds out about the sexual abuse of her children the consequences for her are serious and can represent a major life crisis. Women in this positionExpand
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Experiences, understandings and support needs of family carers of older patients with delirium: a descriptive mixed methods study in a hospital delirium unit.
BACKGROUND Delirium is common in older patients. Little is known of support needs of families of older hospital patients with delirium. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To inform nursing practice, we sought toExpand
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Victim-perpetrator differences in reports of hurtful events
This research project addressed limitations identified in previous studies of role differences (victim vs. perpetrator) in evaluations of hurtful events. The study employed multiple methodsExpand
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Patterns of Non-offending Parental Involvement in Therapy with Sexually Abused Children
Summary:This review explores the international literature on therapeutic work with sexually abused children. The emphasis is on the nature, extent and outcomes of non-offending parental involvementExpand
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Early re-presentation to hospital after discharge from an acute medical unit: perspectives of older patients, their family caregivers and health professionals.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To explore the perceptions of older patients who re-presented to hospital within 28 days of discharge from an acute medical unit (AMU), their family caregivers and appropriatelyExpand
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Play therapy with sexually abused children: Including parents in therapeutic play
This paper draws on the author’s experience as a member of a team of social workers undertaking play therapy with sexually abused children. It outlines the theoretical rationale that informed theExpand
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Counselling for Depression: A Person-centred and Experiential Approach to Practice
Introduction Evidence-based practice and person-centred and experiential therapies Introducing the Counselling for Depression competence framework Depression Person-centred and experiential therapiesExpand
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Issues facing brothers of sexually abused children: implications for professional practice
This paper draws on the author's experience of undertaking play therapy with the brothers of sexually abused children. It illustrates the range of difficulties that such boys may face and identifiesExpand
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Obtaining information from family caregivers to inform hospital care for people with dementia: A pilot study
AIM We aimed to implement a systematic nurse-caregiver conversation, examining fidelity, dose and reach of implementation; how implementation strategies worked; and feasibility and mechanisms of theExpand
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COUNSELLING OLDER PEOPLE: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM RESEARCH EVIDENCE?
This paper reports on a systematic review aimed at providing a reliable overview of the effectiveness, appropriateness and feasibility of counselling older people. Papers were located from a wideExpand
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