Invisible Girls

Invisible Girls

The Truth About Sexual Abuse

Book - 2005
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Dr. Patti Feuereisen has been working with teenage girls for twenty-five years and has been a pioneer in helping abused girls find their voices. What she discovered in listening to hundreds of girls was not only that sexual abuse of young girls is in fact epidemic, but if the abuse can be processed when girls are still young--in their teens and early twenties--remarkable healing can take place. Girls and young women who are given an opportunity to speak out will most often go on tothrive as adults; without such an opportunity the traumatic effects of their abuse will often continue to cause them difficulty long into adulthood.

Invisible Girls weaves together powerful first-person narratives with gentle guidance and seasoned insights to help girls through the maze of feelings that swirl around the abuse experience. This gives every young woman who struggles with the scars of sexual abuse the courage that comes from knowing that she is not alone, while other girls come out from behind the veil of secrecy to become vibrant, healthy, and whole.
Publisher: Emeryville, CA : Seal Press, c2005
ISBN: 9781580051354
Branch Call Number: HV6592 .F48 2005
Characteristics: vii, 233 p. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Pincus, Caroline

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