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Forthcoming Physical & Sexual Abuse in Children & Adolescents Books

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Forthcoming Books

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  1. Real Life Heroes

    A Life Storybook for Children, 3rd Edition

    By Richard Kagan

    The Real Life Heroes Life Storybook for Children has proven to be a highly regarded tool for engaging troubled children and caregivers to begin (and continue) work on reducing traumatic stress. The resiliency-centered format and structure of the Life Storybook coupled with the Real Life Heroes...

    To Be Published January 15th 2016 by Routledge

  2. Wounded Angels

    Lessons of Courage from Children in Crisis, 2nd Edition

    By Richard Kagan

    Wounded Angels: Lessons of Courage from Children in Crisis uses vignettes of children in crisis placements to portray how troubling behaviors can be utilized as clues to what can help children and their families heal after traumatic stress. This is a book about listening and learning to the...

    To Be Published January 15th 2016 by Routledge

  3. Real Life Heroes

    Practitioner's Manual, 2nd Edition

    By Richard Kagan

    Real Life Heroes: Practitioner's Manual is an organized and easy-to-use reference for busy practitioners who provide therapy to children with traumatic stress. This handy step-by-step guide is an accompanying text to the workbook for children called Real Life Heroes: A Life Story Book for Children,...

    To Be Published January 15th 2016 by Routledge

  4. Hope and Cure

    Controversies, Challenges, and Clinical Findings in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Adults Who Experienced Incest

    Edited by Marvin Margolis, David Dietrich

    Series: Psychoanalytic Inquiry Book Series

    Some analysts feel daunted or pessimistic when working with a patient who recounts an experience of parent/child incest. Can psychoanalysis succeed as a treatment for individuals who suffered this heinous abuse in their formative years? The answer is a definitive yes, according to David Dietrich...

    To Be Published March 1st 2016 by Routledge

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