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(p. 294) Working with Patients Who Have Been Sexually Abused by Previous Therapists and Clergy 

(p. 294) Working with Patients Who Have Been Sexually Abused by Previous Therapists and Clergy
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(p. 294) Working with Patients Who Have Been Sexually Abused by Previous Therapists and Clergy
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Kenneth S. Pope

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10.1093/med:psych/9780199845491.003.0061
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date: 18 November 2017

Chapter 61 discusses considerations for working with patients who have been sexually abused by previous therapsis or members of the clergy, including the importance of preparation, common therapist reactions that can undermine therapy, and common reactions to sex in therapeutic or religious relationships.

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