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An Introduction to Coping with Childhood Trauma
Author: Kennerley, Helen
Format: Book
A self help booklet to help adults who have been victims of child sexual abuse to learn coping skills and resilience. This booklet describes the symptoms suffered by victims of child sexual abuse, and shows how these symptoms can be managed. It gives you strategies to deal with stress, mood swings and the challenges in life that seem to be unassailable
Child sexual abuse Child sexual abuse victims, rehabilitation Child sexual abuse, adult survivors Child sexual abuse, impact on victims Child victims Victims of child abuse Self help Trauma, childhood Trauma, childhood, adult survivors Trauma, impact Resilience Cognitive behavioural therapy Cognitive behavioural therapy for child sexual abuse Cognitive behavioural therapy for PTSD Memory, traumatic Blame Shame, child sexual abuse victims Anger management Stress management Communication Coping techniques
Table of contents
Part 1. Childhood trauma and its aftermath
1. What is childhood trauma?
2. What problems might it cause?
3. Why don't the problems go away?
Part 2. Coping with the problems
4. Preparing for change and building your resilience
5. Deciding what your want and spotting 'roadblocks to recovery'
6. Building a 'toolbox' of coping skills
7. Getting a balanced perspective
8. Managing problem memories
Part 3. Working through key issues
9. Understanding blame and shame
10. Anger - feeling it and dealing with it
11. Communicating your feelings
12. Dealing with difficult feelings
13. Coping in the long term
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Published: Constable and Robinson Ltd; London, England, UK
Shelf Number: Cs83
Acquisiton Number: 3933
ISBN: 1849013969

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