About the Editor.
List of Contributors.
Section I Identification.
Chapter 1: Child Sexual Abuse: The Scope of the Problem (Paris Goodyear-Brown, Abbe Fath, and Lori Myers).
Chapter 2: Child Sexual Abuse, Traumatic Experiences, and their Impact on the Developing Brain (Richard L. Gaskill and Bruce D. Perry).
Chapter 3: The Long-Term Health Effects of Child Sexual Abuse (Kathleen Kendall-Tackett and Sandra Hewitt).
Section II Assessment.
Chapter 4: Navigating the System: The Complexities of the Multi-Disciplinary Team in Cases of Child Sexual Abuse (Patti van Eys and Bonnie Beneke).
Chapter 5: The Forensic Interview: A Challenging Conversation (Linda Cordisco Steele).
Chapter 6: Developmentally Sensitive Assessment Methods in Child Sexual Abuse Cases (Sandra Hewitt).
Chapter 7: Comprehensive and Therapeutic Assessment of Child Sexual Abuse: A Bridge to Treatment (Patti van Eys and Alanna Truss).
Section III Evidence-Based Treatments and other Effective Approaches.
Chapter 8: Determining Best Practice for Treating Sexually Victimized Children (Benjamin E. Saunders).
Chapter 9: Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Monica M. Fitzgerald and Judith Cohen).
Chapter 10: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Psychotherapy with Children Who Have Experienced Sexual Abuse and Trauma (Robbie Adler-Tapia, Carolyn Settle, and Francine Shapiro).
Chapter 11: Trauma-Focused Integrated Play Therapy Model (TF-IPT) (Eliana Gil).
Chapter 12: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for sexually abused children (Anthony J. Urquiza and Dawn Blacker).
Chapter 13: Flexibly Sequential Play Therapy with Sexually Victimized Children (Paris Goodyear-Brown).
Chapter 14: Child Parent Relationship Therapy with Non-Offending Parents of Sexually Abused Children (Sue C. Bratton, Peggy L. Ceballos, Garry L. Landreth, and Mary B. Costas).
Chapter 15: Trauma Informed Art Therapy and Sexual Abuse in Children (Cathy Malchiodi).
Chapter 16: Group Therapy with Sexually Abused Children (Liana Lowenstein and Rachel C. Freeman).
Chapter 17: Effectively Incorporating Bibliotherapy into Treatment for Child Sexual Abuse (Deanne Ginns-Gruenberg and Arye Zacks).
Section IV Special Issues.
Chapter 18: Clinical Considerations when Children have Problematic Sexual Behavior (Jane F. Silovsky, Lisa M. Swisher, Jimmy Widdifield, Jr., and Lorena Burris).
Chapter 19: Intervention Application for Self-injury Following Childhood Sexual Abuse (Keegan R. Tangeman and Janine Shelby).
Chapter 20: Treatment Considerations with Sexually Traumatized Adolescents (Sharon A. McGee and C. Curtis Holmes).
Chapter 21: Understanding and Treating Adolescents with Illegal Sexual Behavior (Susan R. Schmidt, Barbara L. Bonner, and Mark Chaffin).
Chapter 22: Treatment Implications for Child Victims of Adult Female Sexual Offenders (Karen A. Duncan).
Chapter 23: Cultural issues in Child Sexual Abuse Intervention and Prevention (Lisa Aronson Fontes and Carol A. Plummer).
Chapter 24: Working with Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse: Secondary Trauma and Vicarious Traumatization (Michele M. Many and Joy D. Osofsky).
Chapter 25: Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse: An Ecological Approach (Sandy K. Wurtele and Maureen C. Kenny).