Counselling Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

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Claire Burke Draucker & Donna Steele Martsolf

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  • Counselling in Practice

    Series editor: Windy Dryden

    Associate editor: E. Thomas Dowd

    Counselling in Practice is a series of books developed especially for counsellors and students of counselling, which provides practical, accessible guidelines for dealing with clients with specific, but very common, problems. Books in this series have become recognised as classic texts in their field, and include:

    Counselling for Eating Disorders, second edition Sara Gilbert

    Career Counselling, second edition Robert Nathan and Linda Hill

    Counselling for Depression, second edition Paul Gilbert

    Counselling for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, second edition Michael J. Scott and Stephen G. Stradling

    Counselling for Alcohol Problems, second edition Richard Velleman

    Counselling for Anxiety Problems, second edition Diana Sanders and Frank Wills

    Counselling for Family Problems Eddy Street

    Counselling for Stress Problems Stephen Palmer and Windy Dryden

    Counselling for Grief and Bereavement Geraldine M. Humphrey and David G. Zimpfer

    Counselling Couples Donald L. Bubenzer and John D. West

    Counselling for Psychosomatic Problems Diana Sanders

    Counselling People on Prescribed Drugs Diane Hammersley

    Counselling for Fertility Problems Jane Read

    Counselling People with Communication Problems Peggy Dalton

    Counselling with Dreams and Nightmares Delia Cushway and Robyn Sewell

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