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Helping Yourself Heal: A Recovering Woman's Guide to Coping With Childhood Abuse Issues

Helping Yourself Heal: A Recovering Woman's Guide to Coping With Childhood Abuse Issues

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Designed to help women deal with child abuse issues that might arise during treatment for alcohol abuse or drug abuse. Defines child abuse, lists symptoms of abuse, and suggests how counselors can help with coping and healing.



Pub id: SMA14-4132
Publication Date: 3/2008
Popularity: 31
Format: Brochure
Audience: People in Treatment as Audience, Women as Audience
Population Group: People with Alcohol Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group, People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Population Group

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08/14/2012 5:08 PM

A professional from a Nonprofit/Community-based Organization/Coalition said:

I work for the Dept. of Children's Services and at least 85% of our clientele has issues with substance abuse. I am also bilingual and work with Spanish speaking clients, who most of the time feel that it is not manly to admit to ever having been abused and how that effects them as they become adults. This information will help myself and other coworkers understand the clients behavior and attidudes towards something as sensitive as this.

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08/30/2012 2:43 PM

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Provided for our patient education. I am from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and our clinical partner, UMassMemorial Medical Center

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