Brooke, Stephanie L. Art Therapy with Sexual Abuse Survivors. Springfield, Ill: Charles C Thomas, 1997. Print.
This book by Stephanie Brooke discusses the art therapy as the technique of treatment for individuals suffering from trauma resulting from sexual abuse or exploitation. It includes graphic indicators of abuse, art therapy assessment, legal issues and traumatic memories.
Prentky, R A, and Stacey B. Edmunds. Assessing Sexual Abuse: A Resource Guide for Practitioners. Brandon, VT: Safer Society Press, 1997. Print.
This book is a compilation of psychometric tools that practitioners could use for those who have been abused and assessing sexual offenders.
Categories in this book include, Behavioral and Psychological assessment in adolescents and children, assessment of Psychiatric and Personality symptoms in adults and adolescents, assessing distorted attitudes regarding, sexuality women and children, assessing traumatic victimization in Adults, children and adolescents and few others. Each of these instruments includes author's biography, a description and other important information.
Jackson, Helene, and Ronald Nuttall. Childhood Abuse: Effects on Clinicians' Personal and Professional Lives. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 1997. Print.
This book recognizes how discipline, gender, age, individual’s core belief systems and case factors can impact a person's perception about sexual abuse allegations. It includes a well conducted survey that is designed for heightening a reader's awareness of their potential for developing bias toward the sex offenders.
Lewis, Alvin D. Cultural Diversity in Sexual Abuser Treatment: Issues and Approaches. Brandon, VT: Safer Society Press, 1999. Print.
This book comprises of the discussions made by 18 professionals about experiences treating the culturally diverse populations and the relevance of cultural awareness during the treatment process. Some of the topics discussed in this book are working with the culturally diverse population, a perspective on the sex offender treatment for the Native Americans among many others.
Chew, Judy. Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Healing Through Group Work : Beyond Survival. New York: Haworth Press, 1998. Print.
This book is a professional guide for people working with women who have been sexually abused. It offers few practical approaches for conducing 13-session group that would address subjects such as boundaries, building strength, relationships and trust and celebration of life.
Freeman-Longo, Robert E, and Geral T. Blanchard. Sexual Abuse in America: Epidemic of the 21st Century. Brandon, Vt: Safer Society Press, 1998. Print.
This book concentrates on the issue of sexual abuse as the public-health epidemic offering the guidelines, which can help to foil child sexual abuse from recurrence. Some of the topics discussed in this book understand the abusers and sexual abuse, the politics of sexual abuse and prevention, experiencing, overcoming issues of sexual abuse and strategies to prevent sexual abuse.
Prendergast, William E. Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents: A Preventive Guide for Parents, Teachers, and Counselors. New York: Continuum, 1996. Print.
This book is aimed at counselors, parents and teachers to help in preventing sexual abuse of adolescents and children. It includes necessary information about the needs and reasoning of the adolescents and children, mistakes made by religious leaders, counselors, parent and teachers. It also comprises of parent's checklist to prepare them and help them save their child.
Mitchell, Juliann W. Rape of the Innocent: Understanding and Preventing Child Sexual Abuse. Washington, DC: Accelerated Development, 1995. Print.
This book is aimed for any person interested in prevention of child sexual abuse. It provides the needed research, information regarding child development and guidelines for addressing prevention. The topics discussed in this book include; children at risk and indicators of child abuse, sexual abuser profile, the resound of victimization, child development, child abuse and porn among few other topics.
Tabachnick, J. "Prevent Child Sexual Abuse: Facts about sexual abuse and how to prevent it." Stop It Now: Together We Can Prevent the Sexual Abuse of Children. stopitnow.org, n.d. Web. 1 June 2014.
This booklet comprises of topics such as, why do we require to be aware about sexual abusers, what is child abuse, what can be done to solve child abuse problems, warning signs about signs of child abuse among others.
Wasserman, B G. Feeling Good Again: A Workbook for Children 6 and Up Who've Been Sexually Abused. United States: The Safer Society Press, 1998. Print.
This workbook is aimed for helping parents and therapists teach the sexually abused children between the ages of 6 to 12 years about the concept of healthy sexuality. It is also important for the sexually abused adults and teenagers. It is a guide for therapists and parents of the sexually abused children are available for use in the workbook.