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Child sexual abuse

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Books on child sexual abuse, false allegations, and adult abuse survivors:

bulletCaren Adams et al., "Helping your child recover from sexual abuse," University of Washington Press, (1992)  Read reviews or order this book safely from Amazon.com online book store
bulletChristopher Bagley & Kathleen King, "Child Sexual Abuse," Routledge, (1990). Read reviews or order this book
bulletTerence Campell, "Smoke and mirrors: The devastating effect of false sexual abuse claims," Perseus Press, (1998). Read reviews or order this book
bulletStephen Ceci & Maggie Bruk, "Jeopardy in the Courtroom: A scientific analysis of children's testimony," American Psychological Association, (2000). Read reviews or order this book
bulletStephen Ceci & Helene Hembrooke, Eds., "Expert witnesses in child abuse cases: What can and should be said in court," American Psychological Association, (1998) Read reviews or order this book
bulletLee Coleman, et al., "Has a child been molested?," Berkeley Creek Prod., (2000). Read reviews or order this book
bulletKathleen Faller, "Interviewing Children about Sexual Abuse: Controversies and Best Practice," Oxford University Press, (2007). Read reviews or order this book
bulletAstrid Heger, et al. Eds., "Evaluation of the sexually abused child: A medical textbook and photographic atlas," Oxford University Press, (2000). Read reviews or order this book
bulletHagans Karthyrn et al,. "When your child has been molested: A parent's guide to healing and recovery," Jossey-Bass, (1998). Read reviews or order this book
bulletMike Lew, "Victims No Longer: The Classic Guide for Men Recovering from Sexual Child Abuse," HarperCollins, (2004) Read reviews or order this book
bulletWendy Maltz, "Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse (Revised Edition),"  Collins Living, (2001) Read reviews or order this book
bulletBrenda Scott, "Out of control: Who's watching our child protection agencies," Vital Issues Press, (1996) Read reviews or order this book
bulletDean Tong, "Ashes to ashes, families to dust: False accusations of child abuse: A roadmap for survivors," Dean Tong, (1996). Read reviews or order this book
bulletRichard Wexler, "Wounded innocents: The real victims of the war against child abuse," Prometheus Books (1995). Read reviews or order this book

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An important precaution:

There are still some dangerous books on the market that were originally written during the 1980s and early 1990s before recovered memory therapy was found to be dangerous. These books urge adults who have no memory of having been abused as children to try self-hypnosis techniques in order to recover "memories" of childhood abuse. Unfortunately, the techniques are so effective that they often recover "memories" of abuse that never happened, thus leaving the reader needlessly in a state of high distress.

If you start to read a book that suggests that you try to recover memories, run -- do not walk -- away from it.

Copyright © 1998 to 2009 by Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
Latest update and review: 2009-JAN-28
Author: B.A. Robinson

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