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Helping Yourself Heal: A Recovering Man's Guide to Coping with the Effects of Childhood Abuse

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This brochure is designed to help men deal with child abuse issues that might arise during treatment for substance use disorders. It defines child abuse, lists symptoms of abuse, and describes how counselors can help with coping and healing.

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SMA14-4134
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August 2014
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