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Treating Secondary Victims

Treating Secondary Victims
Intervention with the Nonoffending Mother in the Incest Family

September 2000 | 264 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
In Treating Secondary Victims the author builds upon a foundation of both the research literature on incest victims and families, as well as her own clinical experience to provide a conceptual framework for intervention and treatment of the non-offending mother.
Understanding the Impact of Incest on the Nonoffending Mother
Gender and Countertransference
Contextual Considerations in the Engagement of the Mother
Evaluating the Mother and Planning for Treatment
Individual Treatment
Group Treatment
Family Treatment
Case Coordination
Working with Mothers Involved in Custody and Visitation Disputes
Future Directions

Virginia C. Strand

Dr. Virginia Strand, DSW is Professor and Founding Director of Children FIRST, a research and training institute within the Graduate School of Social Service. She currently has curriculum development, advisement and teaching responsibilities in the Doctoral Program, in the Clinical Practice concentration and in the Foundation area of the Masters of Social Work Program. Her research interests are in child welfare and children’s mental health and she has published most recently in the areas trauma assessment for children and transfer of learning programs for child welfare workforce development. Currently, she is PI representing Fordham on a... More About Author

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