Group therapy as primary treatment for adolescent victims of intrafamilial sexual abuse

@article{Knittle1980GroupTA,
  title={Group therapy as primary treatment for adolescent victims of intrafamilial sexual abuse},
  author={Beverly J. Knittle and Susan J. Tuana},
  journal={Clinical Social Work Journal},
  year={1980},
  volume={8},
  pages={236-242}
}
This article describes the therapeutic needs of adolescent victims of sexual abuse and presents the case that group therapy more effectively addresses these needs than individual or family therapies. 

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