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Valerio, P. Lepper, G. (2009). Sorrow, shame, and self-esteem: Perception of self and others in groups for women survivors of child sexual abuse. Psychoanal. Psychother., 23(2):136-153.
   

(2009). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 23(2):136-153

Sorrow, shame, and self-esteem: Perception of self and others in groups for women survivors of child sexual abuse

Paola Valerio and Georgia Lepper

Despite evidence that exists about the severity of impact of child sexual abuse (CSA), less has been published about treatment options. Much CSA is enshrouded in secrecy in the context of dysfunctional family dynamics, therefore group work is often recommended as a method of treatment. Although long- and short-term groups are seen as being equally effective, there are few published studies of long-term analytic groups for survivors of CSA. This study was designed to analyse the process of one long-term group. A case is made for using Core Conflictual Relationship Theme (CCRT), a method designed to analyse individual therapy, with reference to group theory. Shifts in self-perception and in relation to others are analysed from the beginning to the end of therapy.

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