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Parents can make a vital contribution in work with children and young people who have sexually abused. Most publications available to date in this area have originated in North America. This comprehensive text is written from a UK perspective in a style which is clear and accessible. It is motivational, emphatic and sensitive in its approach. It helps practitioners create a context in which to engage and motivate parents to contribute positively to the work undertaken with their child or adolescent. Whilst recognizing the painful nature of facing the future following abuse, the guide offers parents hope and emphasizes that change is possible. It can be used as: a stand alone source of practical advice and support for parents; or as a resource to be used flexibly and selectively by practitioners.
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Simon Hackett is a lecturer at the Centre for Applied Social Studies, University of Durham, was formerly Programme Director at G-MAP, and is also consultant to a number of programmes throughout the UK.
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