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Child Abuse Trauma: Theory and Treatment of the Lasting Effects
Foreword - Lucy Berliner Preface - David Finkelhor Introduction PART ONE: INCIDENCE OF CHILD ABUSE Type and Forms of Child Maltreatment PART TWO: THE LONG-TERM IMPACTS OF CHILD ABUSE: INTEGRATION OF
Self-mutilation in clinical and general population samples: prevalence, correlates, and functions.
  • J. Briere, E. Gil
  • Medicine
    The American journal of orthopsychiatry
  • 1 October 1998
Results suggest that self-mutilation is used to decrease dissociation, emotional distress, and posttraumatic symptoms.
The Trauma Symptom Checklist (TSC-33)
Data suggest that the TSC-33 and its associated subscales are reasonably reliable measures that display some predictive and discriminative validity with regard to childhood sexual abuse.
Treating adult survivors of severe childhood abuse and neglect: Further development of an integrative model
This chapter outlines an integrated approach to the treatment of adults severely abused or neglected as children. The theory upon which it is based, referred to as the self-trauma model (e.g.,
Therapy for Adults Molested As Children: Beyond Survival
Substantially expanded and updated, this classic volume provides therapists with detailed information on how to treat sexual abuse survivors more effectively. Dr. Briere offers an integrated theory
Methodological issues in the study of sexual abuse effects.
  • J. Briere
  • Medicine
    Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1992
The findings have been helpful in informing social policy and guiding mental health practice, but many of these studies have used correlational designs and retrospective reports of abuse.