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Long, J. Trowell, J. (2001). Individual Brief Psychotherapy with Sexually Abused Girls: What Can We Learn from the Process Notes?. Psychoanal. Psychother., 15(1):39-59.

(2001). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 15(1):39-59

Individual Brief Psychotherapy with Sexually Abused Girls: What Can We Learn from the Process Notes?

Julie Long and Judith Trowell

This paper describes the clinical analysis of process notes from individual therapy sessions of twenty girls between 6 and 14 who had been sexually abused. Factors were identified from the material which could facilitate the future therapy for girls, particularly how their experience was that of losing a containing maternal object and then the subsequent trauma of sexual abuse.

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