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|Statement||by Gilda S. Josephson|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 185 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||185|
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Factors that impact on female incest clients in counseling By (Dissertant) Gilda S. Josephson, Roderick J. (Thesis advisor) McDavis, Margaret L.
(Reviewer) Fong, Phyllis (Reviewer) Meek and Harry (Reviewer) Grater. The purpose of this study was to explore specific behaviors and characteristics of counselors that relate to adult, female clients' disclosure of incest during counseling.
A total of 37 female incest victims who had sought counseling within the previous 3 years completed the by: Explored specific behaviors and characteristics of counselors that relate to adult, female clients' disclosure of incest during counseling.
Suggests that factors related to initial disclosure and exploration of incest are client readiness, direct questioning by the counselor, specific counselor characteristics, and positive counselor reactions to initial by: Factors Assisting Female Clients' Disclosure of Incest During Counseling Factors Assisting Female Clients' Disclosure of Incest During Counseling JOSEPHSON, GILDA S.; FONG‐BEYETTE, MARGARET L.
The purpose of this study was to explore specific behaviors and characteristics of counselors that relate to adult, female clients' disclosure of incest during counseling. The most reliable research suggests that 1 in 20 families with a female child have histories of father-daughter child sexual abuse, whereas 1 in 7 blended families with a female child have experienced stepfather-stepdaughter child sexual abuse (see the revised edition of The Secret Trauma: Incest in the Lives of Girls and Women by Diana E.
Inan authoritative text proclaimed that the incidence of father-daughter incest in the United States was 1 in a million families. 1 Crucial contributions by feminist authors and traumatologists rapidly sensitized the profession to the frequency and importance of incest and its association with psychopathology.
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PRINCIPLES OF COUNSELLING HANDOUT Introduction Counseling is a process, as well as a relationship, between persons. Contrary to what some people believe, counseling is not concentrated advice-giving. The aim of the counselor is usually to assist the person or persons (client or clients) toFile Size: 57KB.
Gender issues in counseling. self-perceived competencies with regard to therapeutic practice with diverse female clients. Through an extensive review of the literature on counseling women and.
Sprenkle and Blow () reported that client factors are the characteristics of personality of the client. Extra-therapeutic factors are components in the life and envi-ronment of the client that affect the occurrence of change, such as the client’s inner strengths, support system, environment, and chance events.
More speciﬁc. Incidence of incest between siblings has been reports as follows: 74% of cases are opposite sex siblings. 26% are same sex, with 16% between brothers and 10% between sisters. Incest occurs in families that are financially well off, as well as homes of low socio-economic status.
Incest occurs to persons of all racial and ethnic descents. Client System Assessment: Essential Skill for Practice Client system assessment is one skill social workers use during interventions with clients systems throughout the intervention process.
The models named create a systematic method for problem-solving or processing client issues. This paper is focusing on the assessment component.
Addressing such factors in non-sex-offender-specific treatment might have some impact on reducing the risk of sexual recidivism. A growing body of solid research provides evidence that, overall, treatment now reduces the reoffense rate between 10 and 17 percent (Center for Sex Offender Management b).
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