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Treating Child Sexual Abuse in Family, Group and Clinical Settings

Culturally Intelligent Practice for Caribbean and International Contexts

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Presenting real-life case studies of child sexual abuse in the Caribbean as a basis for discussing interventions and models of practice that are relevant for a wide range of cultural and social settings, this multi-disciplinary text will be of interest to scholars, professionals and practitioners alike. Contributors to this volume demonstrate how sexual abuse is never just a problem of the individual: structures of inequality and the intersection of the factors they give rise to help to explain why some children are more at risk of abuse than others. Furthermore, the sub-systems in which lives are lived can compound risk and vulnerability or alternatively, can be sources of support and change. This book draws on these ideas to discuss practice across a range of service users: children, adolescent girls, teenage mothers, children with learning disabilities, fathers, mothers, women who abuse, juvenile sex offenders and children in residential care.
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Titel: Treating Child Sexual Abuse in Family, Group and Clinical Settings
Autoren/Herausgeber: Adele D. Jones, Ena Trotman Jemmott, Hazel Da Breo, Priya E. Maharaj
Ausgabe: 1st ed. 2016

ISBN/EAN: 9781137377685

Seitenzahl: 336
Format: 21 x 14,8 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 591 g
Sprache: Englisch

Adele D. Jones is Professor of Social Work at the University of Huddersfield, UK. She specialises in international children’s rights and gender-based violence and is the author of numerous publications on global issues affecting children. She was the Principal Investigator (together with Ena Trotman Jemmott) for landmark research commissioned by UNICEF into child sexual abuse in the Caribbean.
Ena Trotman Jemmott is a chartered organisational psychologist and researcher with international experience in child health and child protection. Her research experience includes the legal reform of family law and domestic violence within the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States and Turks and Caicos Islands and child sexual abuse in the Eastern Caribbean.
Hazel Da Breo is a Psychotherapist and Director of the Sweet Water Foundation (Grenada), an organisation dedicated to ending sexual violence to women and children in the Caribbean. She also provides consultancy to several UN agencies in the areas of Child Protection and Intimate Partner Violence.
Priya E. Maharaj is a clinical and developmental psychologist. She previously taught in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, The University of The West Indies (UWI, Trinidad and Tobago). She has extensive research experience into violence against children in the Caribbean.

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