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Aggression, Family Violence And Chemical Dependency
by Potter-Efron, Ron | Potter-Efron, Patricia | Carruth, Bruce
Publish: Mar 2016
ISBN-13: 9781315784588
ISBN-10:1315784580
Status:Not yet published

Price: S$53.98

Book Description

Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and
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Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and family violence. Directed toward professional chemical dependency and family violence counselors, it provides specific guidelines for the assessment of child abuse, incest, and marital rape, as they are likely to be encountered in a chemical dependency treatment setting. Experts outline treatment suggestions for chemically dependent and codependent individuals who are or have been the victims/perpetrators of family violence. Aggression, Family Violence and Chemical Dependency contains two unique and very detailed chapters on the relationship between aggression and the use of alcohol and other mood-altering substances as well as the connections between these two and other physiological and psychological correlates of violence.
  • mention that Ron and Patricia Potter-Efron are the authors of Letting Go of Shame (Harper & Row)
Aggression, Family Violence And Chemical Dependency
by Potter-Efron, Ron | Potter-Efron, Patricia | Carruth, Bruce
Publish: Mar 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317714958

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$53.98

Book Description

Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and
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Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and family violence. Directed toward professional chemical dependency and family violence counselors, it provides specific guidelines for the assessment of child abuse, incest, and marital rape, as they are likely to be encountered in a chemical dependency treatment setting. Experts outline treatment suggestions for chemically dependent and codependent individuals who are or have been the victims/perpetrators of family violence. Aggression, Family Violence and Chemical Dependency contains two unique and very detailed chapters on the relationship between aggression and the use of alcohol and other mood-altering substances as well as the connections between these two and other physiological and psychological correlates of violence.
  • mention that Ron and Patricia Potter-Efron are the authors of Letting Go of Shame (Harper & Row)
Aggression, Family Violence And Chemical Dependency
by Potter-Efron, Ron | Potter-Efron, Patricia | Carruth, Bruce
Publish: Mar 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317714941

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$53.98

Book Description

Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and
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Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and family violence. Directed toward professional chemical dependency and family violence counselors, it provides specific guidelines for the assessment of child abuse, incest, and marital rape, as they are likely to be encountered in a chemical dependency treatment setting. Experts outline treatment suggestions for chemically dependent and codependent individuals who are or have been the victims/perpetrators of family violence. Aggression, Family Violence and Chemical Dependency contains two unique and very detailed chapters on the relationship between aggression and the use of alcohol and other mood-altering substances as well as the connections between these two and other physiological and psychological correlates of violence.
  • mention that Ron and Patricia Potter-Efron are the authors of Letting Go of Shame (Harper & Row)
Aggression, Family Violence And Chemical Dependency
by Potter-Efron, Ron | Potter-Efron, Patricia | Carruth, Bruce
Publish: Mar 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317714934

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$53.98

Book Description

Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and
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Here is an informational and practical book that systematically addresses the complex relationships between chemical abuse/dependency, aggression, and family violence. Directed toward professional chemical dependency and family violence counselors, it provides specific guidelines for the assessment of child abuse, incest, and marital rape, as they are likely to be encountered in a chemical dependency treatment setting. Experts outline treatment suggestions for chemically dependent and codependent individuals who are or have been the victims/perpetrators of family violence. Aggression, Family Violence and Chemical Dependency contains two unique and very detailed chapters on the relationship between aggression and the use of alcohol and other mood-altering substances as well as the connections between these two and other physiological and psychological correlates of violence.
  • mention that Ron and Patricia Potter-Efron are the authors of Letting Go of Shame (Harper & Row)
Silenced Victims Of Wartime Sexual Violence
by Simic, Olivera
Publish: May 2016
ISBN-13: 9781315688398
ISBN-10:1315688395
Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sex
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The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sexual violence have attracted considerable local and international attention, this often excludes wartime sexual violence among women belonging to so-called ‘perpetrator’ war-torn nations. This book explores the silence surrounding women’s experiences of wartime sexual violence within academic, legal and public discourses. Olivera Simic argues that the international criminal law and feminist legal discourse on wartime sexual violence can construct a problematic victim hierarchy that excludes and misrecognises certain women’s experiences of sexual violence during and after armed conflict.

The book focuses on the experiences of Bosnian Serb women, where the collapse of the former Yugoslavia led to brutal war and gross human rights violations throughout the 1990s. Two decades after the war, women in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still facing the legacies of the 1990s violence. Through this case Simic argues that while all women survivors of rape face problems of stigma, shame and lack of political visibility, their legal and symbolic status differ according to their ethno-national identity.

Drawing on interviews with Serb women survivors of rape in BiH, local media, documentary and archival sources, the book examines ‘post-conflict justice’ as it is seen, lived and interpreted by women who belong to ‘perpetrator’ nations and will be great interest and use to researchers, students and practitioners within post-conflict law and justice, international criminal law, security studies and gender studies.

Silenced Victims Of Wartime Sexual Violence
by Simic, Olivera
Publish: May 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317421016

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sex
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The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sexual violence have attracted considerable local and international attention, this often excludes wartime sexual violence among women belonging to so-called ‘perpetrator’ war-torn nations. This book explores the silence surrounding women’s experiences of wartime sexual violence within academic, legal and public discourses. Olivera Simic argues that the international criminal law and feminist legal discourse on wartime sexual violence can construct a problematic victim hierarchy that excludes and misrecognises certain women’s experiences of sexual violence during and after armed conflict.

The book focuses on the experiences of Bosnian Serb women, where the collapse of the former Yugoslavia led to brutal war and gross human rights violations throughout the 1990s. Two decades after the war, women in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still facing the legacies of the 1990s violence. Through this case Simic argues that while all women survivors of rape face problems of stigma, shame and lack of political visibility, their legal and symbolic status differ according to their ethno-national identity.

Drawing on interviews with Serb women survivors of rape in BiH, local media, documentary and archival sources, the book examines ‘post-conflict justice’ as it is seen, lived and interpreted by women who belong to ‘perpetrator’ nations and will be great interest and use to researchers, students and practitioners within post-conflict law and justice, international criminal law, security studies and gender studies.

Silenced Victims Of Wartime Sexual Violence
by Simic, Olivera
Publish: May 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317421009

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sex
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The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sexual violence have attracted considerable local and international attention, this often excludes wartime sexual violence among women belonging to so-called ‘perpetrator’ war-torn nations. This book explores the silence surrounding women’s experiences of wartime sexual violence within academic, legal and public discourses. Olivera Simic argues that the international criminal law and feminist legal discourse on wartime sexual violence can construct a problematic victim hierarchy that excludes and misrecognises certain women’s experiences of sexual violence during and after armed conflict.

The book focuses on the experiences of Bosnian Serb women, where the collapse of the former Yugoslavia led to brutal war and gross human rights violations throughout the 1990s. Two decades after the war, women in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still facing the legacies of the 1990s violence. Through this case Simic argues that while all women survivors of rape face problems of stigma, shame and lack of political visibility, their legal and symbolic status differ according to their ethno-national identity.

Drawing on interviews with Serb women survivors of rape in BiH, local media, documentary and archival sources, the book examines ‘post-conflict justice’ as it is seen, lived and interpreted by women who belong to ‘perpetrator’ nations and will be great interest and use to researchers, students and practitioners within post-conflict law and justice, international criminal law, security studies and gender studies.

Silenced Victims Of Wartime Sexual Violence
by Simic, Olivera
Publish: May 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317420996

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sex
More Details..

The condemnation of wartime sexual violence as a gross violation of human rights has received widespread support. While rape and other forms of sexual violence have attracted considerable local and international attention, this often excludes wartime sexual violence among women belonging to so-called ‘perpetrator’ war-torn nations. This book explores the silence surrounding women’s experiences of wartime sexual violence within academic, legal and public discourses. Olivera Simic argues that the international criminal law and feminist legal discourse on wartime sexual violence can construct a problematic victim hierarchy that excludes and misrecognises certain women’s experiences of sexual violence during and after armed conflict.

The book focuses on the experiences of Bosnian Serb women, where the collapse of the former Yugoslavia led to brutal war and gross human rights violations throughout the 1990s. Two decades after the war, women in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still facing the legacies of the 1990s violence. Through this case Simic argues that while all women survivors of rape face problems of stigma, shame and lack of political visibility, their legal and symbolic status differ according to their ethno-national identity.

Drawing on interviews with Serb women survivors of rape in BiH, local media, documentary and archival sources, the book examines ‘post-conflict justice’ as it is seen, lived and interpreted by women who belong to ‘perpetrator’ nations and will be great interest and use to researchers, students and practitioners within post-conflict law and justice, international criminal law, security studies and gender studies.

Trauma And Serious Mental Illness
by Gold, Steven N. | Elhai, John D.
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9780203836286
ISBN-10:0203836286
Status:Not yet published

Price: S$39.98

Book Description

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are al
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An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are almost exclusively biologically-based and must be treated pharmacologically has been commonplace in psychology literature. As a result, many mental health professionals have stopped listening to their clients, categorizing their symptoms as manifestations of neurologically-based disturbed thinking. Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is the groundbreaking series of works that challenge this standard view and provides a comprehensive introduction to the emerging perspective of SMIs as trauma-based. This unique collection illustrates how different psychotherapy approaches can lead to reduced symptomatology, decreased psychological distress, and improved functioning in individuals living with SMIs.

Each extensively-referenced chapter in Trauma and Serious Mental Illness offers mental health workers a forward-looking theoretical inquiry, empirical study, or critical treatise providing compelling counter evidence to challenge the widespread belief that SMIs are not reactions to the extreme and extremely disturbing circumstances embodied by psychological trauma. In addition to the etiological application, this revealing text proposes ways to incorporate this cutting-edge approach toward treatment options as well.

Contributors to Trauma and Serious Mental Illness suggest that:
  • childhood trauma is related to psychotic disorders
  • dissociation can be confounded with psychotic symptoms
  • auditory hallucinations can be diagnostic of dissociation rather than psychosis
  • psychosis is related to the quality of family of origin environment and to age of onset of childhood abuse
  • bipolar and trauma-related disorders sometimes overlap
  • individuals with SMIs suffer related trauma even in treatment facilities
  • and much more!
Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is an eye-opening resource for mental health professionals, psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, trauma workers, and educators and students in these disciplines.
Trauma And Serious Mental Illness
by Gold, Steven N. | Elhai, John D.
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781136862410

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$39.98

Book Description

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are al
More Details..

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are almost exclusively biologically-based and must be treated pharmacologically has been commonplace in psychology literature. As a result, many mental health professionals have stopped listening to their clients, categorizing their symptoms as manifestations of neurologically-based disturbed thinking. Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is the groundbreaking series of works that challenge this standard view and provides a comprehensive introduction to the emerging perspective of SMIs as trauma-based. This unique collection illustrates how different psychotherapy approaches can lead to reduced symptomatology, decreased psychological distress, and improved functioning in individuals living with SMIs.

Each extensively-referenced chapter in Trauma and Serious Mental Illness offers mental health workers a forward-looking theoretical inquiry, empirical study, or critical treatise providing compelling counter evidence to challenge the widespread belief that SMIs are not reactions to the extreme and extremely disturbing circumstances embodied by psychological trauma. In addition to the etiological application, this revealing text proposes ways to incorporate this cutting-edge approach toward treatment options as well.

Contributors to Trauma and Serious Mental Illness suggest that:
  • childhood trauma is related to psychotic disorders
  • dissociation can be confounded with psychotic symptoms
  • auditory hallucinations can be diagnostic of dissociation rather than psychosis
  • psychosis is related to the quality of family of origin environment and to age of onset of childhood abuse
  • bipolar and trauma-related disorders sometimes overlap
  • individuals with SMIs suffer related trauma even in treatment facilities
  • and much more!
Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is an eye-opening resource for mental health professionals, psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, trauma workers, and educators and students in these disciplines.
Trauma And Serious Mental Illness
by Gold, Steven N. | Elhai, John D.
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781136862359

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$39.98

Book Description

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are al
More Details..

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are almost exclusively biologically-based and must be treated pharmacologically has been commonplace in psychology literature. As a result, many mental health professionals have stopped listening to their clients, categorizing their symptoms as manifestations of neurologically-based disturbed thinking. Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is the groundbreaking series of works that challenge this standard view and provides a comprehensive introduction to the emerging perspective of SMIs as trauma-based. This unique collection illustrates how different psychotherapy approaches can lead to reduced symptomatology, decreased psychological distress, and improved functioning in individuals living with SMIs.

Each extensively-referenced chapter in Trauma and Serious Mental Illness offers mental health workers a forward-looking theoretical inquiry, empirical study, or critical treatise providing compelling counter evidence to challenge the widespread belief that SMIs are not reactions to the extreme and extremely disturbing circumstances embodied by psychological trauma. In addition to the etiological application, this revealing text proposes ways to incorporate this cutting-edge approach toward treatment options as well.

Contributors to Trauma and Serious Mental Illness suggest that:
  • childhood trauma is related to psychotic disorders
  • dissociation can be confounded with psychotic symptoms
  • auditory hallucinations can be diagnostic of dissociation rather than psychosis
  • psychosis is related to the quality of family of origin environment and to age of onset of childhood abuse
  • bipolar and trauma-related disorders sometimes overlap
  • individuals with SMIs suffer related trauma even in treatment facilities
  • and much more!
Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is an eye-opening resource for mental health professionals, psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, trauma workers, and educators and students in these disciplines.
Trauma And Serious Mental Illness
by Gold, Steven N. | Elhai, John D.
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781136862403

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$39.98

Book Description

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are al
More Details..

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are almost exclusively biologically-based and must be treated pharmacologically has been commonplace in psychology literature. As a result, many mental health professionals have stopped listening to their clients, categorizing their symptoms as manifestations of neurologically-based disturbed thinking. Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is the groundbreaking series of works that challenge this standard view and provides a comprehensive introduction to the emerging perspective of SMIs as trauma-based. This unique collection illustrates how different psychotherapy approaches can lead to reduced symptomatology, decreased psychological distress, and improved functioning in individuals living with SMIs.

Each extensively-referenced chapter in Trauma and Serious Mental Illness offers mental health workers a forward-looking theoretical inquiry, empirical study, or critical treatise providing compelling counter evidence to challenge the widespread belief that SMIs are not reactions to the extreme and extremely disturbing circumstances embodied by psychological trauma. In addition to the etiological application, this revealing text proposes ways to incorporate this cutting-edge approach toward treatment options as well.

Contributors to Trauma and Serious Mental Illness suggest that:
  • childhood trauma is related to psychotic disorders
  • dissociation can be confounded with psychotic symptoms
  • auditory hallucinations can be diagnostic of dissociation rather than psychosis
  • psychosis is related to the quality of family of origin environment and to age of onset of childhood abuse
  • bipolar and trauma-related disorders sometimes overlap
  • individuals with SMIs suffer related trauma even in treatment facilities
  • and much more!
Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is an eye-opening resource for mental health professionals, psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, trauma workers, and educators and students in these disciplines.
Trauma And Serious Mental Illness
by Gold, Steven N. | Elhai, John D.
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781136862366

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$39.98

Book Description

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are al
More Details..

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are almost exclusively biologically-based and must be treated pharmacologically has been commonplace in psychology literature. As a result, many mental health professionals have stopped listening to their clients, categorizing their symptoms as manifestations of neurologically-based disturbed thinking. Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is the groundbreaking series of works that challenge this standard view and provides a comprehensive introduction to the emerging perspective of SMIs as trauma-based. This unique collection illustrates how different psychotherapy approaches can lead to reduced symptomatology, decreased psychological distress, and improved functioning in individuals living with SMIs.

Each extensively-referenced chapter in Trauma and Serious Mental Illness offers mental health workers a forward-looking theoretical inquiry, empirical study, or critical treatise providing compelling counter evidence to challenge the widespread belief that SMIs are not reactions to the extreme and extremely disturbing circumstances embodied by psychological trauma. In addition to the etiological application, this revealing text proposes ways to incorporate this cutting-edge approach toward treatment options as well.

Contributors to Trauma and Serious Mental Illness suggest that:
  • childhood trauma is related to psychotic disorders
  • dissociation can be confounded with psychotic symptoms
  • auditory hallucinations can be diagnostic of dissociation rather than psychosis
  • psychosis is related to the quality of family of origin environment and to age of onset of childhood abuse
  • bipolar and trauma-related disorders sometimes overlap
  • individuals with SMIs suffer related trauma even in treatment facilities
  • and much more!
Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is an eye-opening resource for mental health professionals, psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, trauma workers, and educators and students in these disciplines.
Trauma And Serious Mental Illness
by Gold, Steven N. | Elhai, John D.
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781136862380

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$39.98

Book Description

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are al
More Details..

An exploration of the newfound connections between mental illness and trauma

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are almost exclusively biologically-based and must be treated pharmacologically has been commonplace in psychology literature. As a result, many mental health professionals have stopped listening to their clients, categorizing their symptoms as manifestations of neurologically-based disturbed thinking. Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is the groundbreaking series of works that challenge this standard view and provides a comprehensive introduction to the emerging perspective of SMIs as trauma-based. This unique collection illustrates how different psychotherapy approaches can lead to reduced symptomatology, decreased psychological distress, and improved functioning in individuals living with SMIs.

Each extensively-referenced chapter in Trauma and Serious Mental Illness offers mental health workers a forward-looking theoretical inquiry, empirical study, or critical treatise providing compelling counter evidence to challenge the widespread belief that SMIs are not reactions to the extreme and extremely disturbing circumstances embodied by psychological trauma. In addition to the etiological application, this revealing text proposes ways to incorporate this cutting-edge approach toward treatment options as well.

Contributors to Trauma and Serious Mental Illness suggest that:
  • childhood trauma is related to psychotic disorders
  • dissociation can be confounded with psychotic symptoms
  • auditory hallucinations can be diagnostic of dissociation rather than psychosis
  • psychosis is related to the quality of family of origin environment and to age of onset of childhood abuse
  • bipolar and trauma-related disorders sometimes overlap
  • individuals with SMIs suffer related trauma even in treatment facilities
  • and much more!
Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is an eye-opening resource for mental health professionals, psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, trauma workers, and educators and students in these disciplines.
Sexual Abuse In The Catholic Church:trusting The Clergy?
by Longwood, Merle
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781315864631
ISBN-10:1315864630
Status:Not yet published

Price: S$73.98

Book Description

Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening colle
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Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening collection of Catholic and non-Catholic perspectives, statements, and responses regarding Catholic clergy sexual abuse from a public symposium entitled “Trusting the Clergy?” This book includes the viewpoints of some of today’s most influential members of the Catholic Church, such as Archbishop Harry J. Flynn, Bishop Howard Hubbard, and Father Donald B. Cozzens. It will bring you up to date on the ways in which the American Catholic bishops have dealt, or are attempting to deal, with the sexual abuse scandal.

In Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church, Archbishop Harry J. Flynn offers a bishop’s perspective on the sexual abuse crisis and describes how the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) has responded to issues of clergy sexual abuse since the 1980s. Fr. Donald B. Cozzens summarizes what has been learned from the clergy abuse crisis, and then moves to the systemic issues that need to be addressed—not just personal relationships but issues of structure and meaning. This book also includes viewpoints about the Catholic Church from renowned scholars and non-Catholic church leaders, including Michael J. Bland and Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune.

This book offers presentations on:
  • the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People created by the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB)
  • the need for the Catholic hierarchy to convert from “an institutional protection agenda” to “a justice-making agenda”
  • understanding the abusers’ modes of operation and motivations
  • identifying future potential sexual abusers attempting to enter the priesthood
  • including the sexual abuse of adults as well as children as future agenda issues
  • the data the Church compiles on the numbers of perpetrators, victims, and costs associated with the scandal
  • determining whom to believe when there are conflicting stories
  • the impact of the clergy sexual abuse crisis on Latino and African-American communities
Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church provides a historical marker for the state of the church’s discussion one year after the Boston Archdiocese was faced with intense media scrutiny resulting in the resignation of Cardinal Bernard Law. This book is a unique collection of credible, diverse voices engaged in public discussion of a difficult social problem facing the church. Use it to formulate your own opinion on how the Catholic community is responding to the sexual abuse scandal.
Sexual Abuse In The Catholic Church:trusting The Clergy?
by Longwood, Merle
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317955290

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$73.98

Book Description

Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening colle
More Details..

Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening collection of Catholic and non-Catholic perspectives, statements, and responses regarding Catholic clergy sexual abuse from a public symposium entitled “Trusting the Clergy?” This book includes the viewpoints of some of today’s most influential members of the Catholic Church, such as Archbishop Harry J. Flynn, Bishop Howard Hubbard, and Father Donald B. Cozzens. It will bring you up to date on the ways in which the American Catholic bishops have dealt, or are attempting to deal, with the sexual abuse scandal.

In Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church, Archbishop Harry J. Flynn offers a bishop’s perspective on the sexual abuse crisis and describes how the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) has responded to issues of clergy sexual abuse since the 1980s. Fr. Donald B. Cozzens summarizes what has been learned from the clergy abuse crisis, and then moves to the systemic issues that need to be addressed—not just personal relationships but issues of structure and meaning. This book also includes viewpoints about the Catholic Church from renowned scholars and non-Catholic church leaders, including Michael J. Bland and Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune.

This book offers presentations on:
  • the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People created by the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB)
  • the need for the Catholic hierarchy to convert from “an institutional protection agenda” to “a justice-making agenda”
  • understanding the abusers’ modes of operation and motivations
  • identifying future potential sexual abusers attempting to enter the priesthood
  • including the sexual abuse of adults as well as children as future agenda issues
  • the data the Church compiles on the numbers of perpetrators, victims, and costs associated with the scandal
  • determining whom to believe when there are conflicting stories
  • the impact of the clergy sexual abuse crisis on Latino and African-American communities
Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church provides a historical marker for the state of the church’s discussion one year after the Boston Archdiocese was faced with intense media scrutiny resulting in the resignation of Cardinal Bernard Law. This book is a unique collection of credible, diverse voices engaged in public discussion of a difficult social problem facing the church. Use it to formulate your own opinion on how the Catholic community is responding to the sexual abuse scandal.
Sexual Abuse In The Catholic Church:trusting The Clergy?
by Longwood, Merle
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317955283

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$73.98

Book Description

Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening colle
More Details..

Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening collection of Catholic and non-Catholic perspectives, statements, and responses regarding Catholic clergy sexual abuse from a public symposium entitled “Trusting the Clergy?” This book includes the viewpoints of some of today’s most influential members of the Catholic Church, such as Archbishop Harry J. Flynn, Bishop Howard Hubbard, and Father Donald B. Cozzens. It will bring you up to date on the ways in which the American Catholic bishops have dealt, or are attempting to deal, with the sexual abuse scandal.

In Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church, Archbishop Harry J. Flynn offers a bishop’s perspective on the sexual abuse crisis and describes how the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) has responded to issues of clergy sexual abuse since the 1980s. Fr. Donald B. Cozzens summarizes what has been learned from the clergy abuse crisis, and then moves to the systemic issues that need to be addressed—not just personal relationships but issues of structure and meaning. This book also includes viewpoints about the Catholic Church from renowned scholars and non-Catholic church leaders, including Michael J. Bland and Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune.

This book offers presentations on:
  • the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People created by the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB)
  • the need for the Catholic hierarchy to convert from “an institutional protection agenda” to “a justice-making agenda”
  • understanding the abusers’ modes of operation and motivations
  • identifying future potential sexual abusers attempting to enter the priesthood
  • including the sexual abuse of adults as well as children as future agenda issues
  • the data the Church compiles on the numbers of perpetrators, victims, and costs associated with the scandal
  • determining whom to believe when there are conflicting stories
  • the impact of the clergy sexual abuse crisis on Latino and African-American communities
Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church provides a historical marker for the state of the church’s discussion one year after the Boston Archdiocese was faced with intense media scrutiny resulting in the resignation of Cardinal Bernard Law. This book is a unique collection of credible, diverse voices engaged in public discussion of a difficult social problem facing the church. Use it to formulate your own opinion on how the Catholic community is responding to the sexual abuse scandal.
Sexual Abuse In The Catholic Church:trusting The Clergy?
by Longwood, Merle
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317955276

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$73.98

Book Description

Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening colle
More Details..

Examine the reactions of leading clergy to the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal!

Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church is an eye-opening collection of Catholic and non-Catholic perspectives, statements, and responses regarding Catholic clergy sexual abuse from a public symposium entitled “Trusting the Clergy?” This book includes the viewpoints of some of today’s most influential members of the Catholic Church, such as Archbishop Harry J. Flynn, Bishop Howard Hubbard, and Father Donald B. Cozzens. It will bring you up to date on the ways in which the American Catholic bishops have dealt, or are attempting to deal, with the sexual abuse scandal.

In Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church, Archbishop Harry J. Flynn offers a bishop’s perspective on the sexual abuse crisis and describes how the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) has responded to issues of clergy sexual abuse since the 1980s. Fr. Donald B. Cozzens summarizes what has been learned from the clergy abuse crisis, and then moves to the systemic issues that need to be addressed—not just personal relationships but issues of structure and meaning. This book also includes viewpoints about the Catholic Church from renowned scholars and non-Catholic church leaders, including Michael J. Bland and Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune.

This book offers presentations on:
  • the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People created by the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB)
  • the need for the Catholic hierarchy to convert from “an institutional protection agenda” to “a justice-making agenda”
  • understanding the abusers’ modes of operation and motivations
  • identifying future potential sexual abusers attempting to enter the priesthood
  • including the sexual abuse of adults as well as children as future agenda issues
  • the data the Church compiles on the numbers of perpetrators, victims, and costs associated with the scandal
  • determining whom to believe when there are conflicting stories
  • the impact of the clergy sexual abuse crisis on Latino and African-American communities
Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church provides a historical marker for the state of the church’s discussion one year after the Boston Archdiocese was faced with intense media scrutiny resulting in the resignation of Cardinal Bernard Law. This book is a unique collection of credible, diverse voices engaged in public discussion of a difficult social problem facing the church. Use it to formulate your own opinion on how the Catholic community is responding to the sexual abuse scandal.
The Effect Of Childhood Emotional Maltreatment On Later Intimate Relationships
by Reyome, Nancy Dodge
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781315874920
ISBN-10:131587492X
Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abu
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Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abuse and neglect on the formation and maintenance of intimate relationships in adolescence and adulthood. This collection of manuscripts addresses current theory, research and practice pertinent to the difficulties experienced by survivors of childhood emotional maltreatment. Topics addressed in this volume include: attachment theory, interpersonal problems, codependency and self silencing, and relationship violence and sexual aggression. The manuscripts reflect current research regarding the influence of childhood emotional maltreatment on intimate relationships while suggesting directions for future research on this important topic.

This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma.

The Effect Of Childhood Emotional Maltreatment On Later Intimate Relationships
by Reyome, Nancy Dodge
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317986164

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abu
More Details..

Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abuse and neglect on the formation and maintenance of intimate relationships in adolescence and adulthood. This collection of manuscripts addresses current theory, research and practice pertinent to the difficulties experienced by survivors of childhood emotional maltreatment. Topics addressed in this volume include: attachment theory, interpersonal problems, codependency and self silencing, and relationship violence and sexual aggression. The manuscripts reflect current research regarding the influence of childhood emotional maltreatment on intimate relationships while suggesting directions for future research on this important topic.

This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma.

The Effect Of Childhood Emotional Maltreatment On Later Intimate Relationships
by Reyome, Nancy Dodge
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317986157

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abu
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Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abuse and neglect on the formation and maintenance of intimate relationships in adolescence and adulthood. This collection of manuscripts addresses current theory, research and practice pertinent to the difficulties experienced by survivors of childhood emotional maltreatment. Topics addressed in this volume include: attachment theory, interpersonal problems, codependency and self silencing, and relationship violence and sexual aggression. The manuscripts reflect current research regarding the influence of childhood emotional maltreatment on intimate relationships while suggesting directions for future research on this important topic.

This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma.

The Effect Of Childhood Emotional Maltreatment On Later Intimate Relationships
by Reyome, Nancy Dodge
Publish: Jun 2016
ISBN-13: 9781317986140

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$69.98

Book Description

Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abu
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Childhood Emotional Maltreatment, Attachment and Later Intimate Relationships addresses timely topics on the effect of emotional child abuse and neglect on the formation and maintenance of intimate relationships in adolescence and adulthood. This collection of manuscripts addresses current theory, research and practice pertinent to the difficulties experienced by survivors of childhood emotional maltreatment. Topics addressed in this volume include: attachment theory, interpersonal problems, codependency and self silencing, and relationship violence and sexual aggression. The manuscripts reflect current research regarding the influence of childhood emotional maltreatment on intimate relationships while suggesting directions for future research on this important topic.

This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma.

Mothering Babies In Domestic Violence:beyond Attachment Theory
by Buchanan, Fiona
Edition: 1st
Publish: Oct 2017
ISBN-13: 9781315642994
ISBN-10:1315642999
Status:Not yet published

Price: S$49.98

Book Description

This unique book offers an innovative feminist critique of attachment theory that offers an alternative understanding of relationships between wome
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This unique book offers an innovative feminist critique of attachment theory that offers an alternative understanding of relationships between women and their babies in domestic violence. Fiona Buchanan identifies a way forward for working with women, babies and people who have grown up with domestic violence focusing on strengths not deficits. In doing so, she raises new possibilities for work with women and babies in other situations where trauma impacts on their relationships.

In line with feminist traditions of listening to the voices of women, this book theorizes from research which asks women who birthed and mothered babies in domestic violence about their experiences. The research identifies that women respond with protectiveness when faced with sustained hostility from their partners and protected their babies in many ways not recognised by attachment theorists. However, sustained hostility often targets the growing relationship between women and their babies and limits space for the woman and baby to peacefully relate. This book offers deep insights and a new model for working with women, babies and those who have grown up with violence based on understanding the context of sustained hostility, appreciating women’s protectiveness and expanding space where women and babies can relate.

The author calls for practitioners across health and welfare settings to explore the situations in which women mother; women’s protective thoughts feelings and actions and how they find space to relate. This is the ideal resource for researchers, policy makers and practitioners, as well as women and people who grew up with domestic violence.

Mothering Babies In Domestic Violence:beyond Attachment Theory
by Buchanan, Fiona
Publish: Oct 2017
ISBN-13: 9781317284680

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$49.98

Book Description

This unique book offers an innovative feminist critique of attachment theory that offers an alternative understanding of relationships between wome
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This unique book offers an innovative feminist critique of attachment theory that offers an alternative understanding of relationships between women and their babies in domestic violence. Fiona Buchanan identifies a way forward for working with women, babies and people who have grown up with domestic violence focusing on strengths not deficits. In doing so, she raises new possibilities for work with women and babies in other situations where trauma impacts on their relationships.

In line with feminist traditions of listening to the voices of women, this book theorizes from research which asks women who birthed and mothered babies in domestic violence about their experiences. The research identifies that women respond with protectiveness when faced with sustained hostility from their partners and protected their babies in many ways not recognised by attachment theorists. However, sustained hostility often targets the growing relationship between women and their babies and limits space for the woman and baby to peacefully relate. This book offers deep insights and a new model for working with women, babies and those who have grown up with violence based on understanding the context of sustained hostility, appreciating women’s protectiveness and expanding space where women and babies can relate.

The author calls for practitioners across health and welfare settings to explore the situations in which women mother; women’s protective thoughts feelings and actions and how they find space to relate. This is the ideal resource for researchers, policy makers and practitioners, as well as women and people who grew up with domestic violence.

Mothering Babies In Domestic Violence:beyond Attachment Theory
by Buchanan, Fiona
Publish: Oct 2017
ISBN-13: 9781317284673

Status:Not yet published

Price: S$49.98

Book Description

This unique book offers an innovative feminist critique of attachment theory that offers an alternative understanding of relationships between wome
More Details..

This unique book offers an innovative feminist critique of attachment theory that offers an alternative understanding of relationships between women and their babies in domestic violence. Fiona Buchanan identifies a way forward for working with women, babies and people who have grown up with domestic violence focusing on strengths not deficits. In doing so, she raises new possibilities for work with women and babies in other situations where trauma impacts on their relationships.

In line with feminist traditions of listening to the voices of women, this book theorizes from research which asks women who birthed and mothered babies in domestic violence about their experiences. The research identifies that women respond with protectiveness when faced with sustained hostility from their partners and protected their babies in many ways not recognised by attachment theorists. However, sustained hostility often targets the growing relationship between women and their babies and limits space for the woman and baby to peacefully relate. This book offers deep insights and a new model for working with women, babies and those who have grown up with violence based on understanding the context of sustained hostility, appreciating women’s protectiveness and expanding space where women and babies can relate.

The author calls for practitioners across health and welfare settings to explore the situations in which women mother; women’s protective thoughts feelings and actions and how they find space to relate. This is the ideal resource for researchers, policy makers and practitioners, as well as women and people who grew up with domestic violence.

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