This workbook is for the therapist, counselor, group facilitator, or other helping professional working to prevent or end relationship abuse.
Black expertly identifies common issues faced by children who grow up in alcoholic families, including shame, neglect, unreasonable role expectations, and physical abuse. Using narratives and profiles, she describes survival techniques characteristic of children raised in alcoholic families, including the unspoken laws of don't talk, don't trust, and don't feel.
The companion Therapist’s Guide to Cartwheels (For Ages 10-13) goes through the workbook, pointing out a clear, practical purpose and use for each topic and specifying the corresponding pages in the workbook.
This groundbreaking book speaks directly to sexually abused teenagers. How Long Does It Hurt? is the revised and updated edition of the best-selling book written by an incest survivor for future survivors. This step-by-step guide speaks directly to victims of sexual abuse to help them come to grips with what is happening to them and overcome their feelings of isolation, confusion, and self-doubt.