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Final Funding for this project was funded in part through a grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA Region 10 and EPA Headquarters Grant #'s CD-970018-01 and CD-970585-01, Ralph Rogers, grant officer). The views herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of EPA. If you have special accommodation needs(More)
The article describes a study of therapists involved in treating survivors of childhood sexual abuse. The authors focus on what induces participants to change their usual therapeutic boundaries. Through qualitative research utilizing extensive interviews, written questionnaires, and a focus-group discussion, the authors gathered information from therapists(More)
Thirty adults were interviewed about their experiences in a 6-week program for recovery from posttraumatic stress. The most valued aspects were their relationships with staff and the staff's expertise in treating the long-term effects of abuse. They valued the structured group treatment that allowed them to process emotions with the goal of healing. A few(More)
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