"A good simple, beginning book for child, teen, and adult survivors" - authors Ellen Bass and Laura Davis describing Why Me? Help for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse in their groundbreaking book for abuse victims, The Courage To Heal.
"As well as helping victims, it is also a book for people who want to learn more about child sexual abuse" - Adrian Ford, Senior Social Worker at The Children's Hospital, Camperdown, NSW, Australia writing in her introduction to the Australian edition of Why Me? Help for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse.
Adults and adolescents who were sexually abused as children find help and healing in this classic bestseller from a respected Clinical Psychologist. Now in its fourth edition, this warm and personal, beginning guide gives you
"« answers to child sexual abuse questions "« stories of male and female victims "« insights into sexual abusers "« explanations of effects on victims "« step-by-step guidance to begin your recovery "« resources for additional assistance
Find guidance from a trusted Clinical Psychologist. Understand important psychological concepts easily because they are presented in clear, everyday language. Feel understood and valued as you begin healing from the pain of child sexual abuse with the classic bestseller Why Me? Help for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse.
"« Honored as an Editor's Choice Selection by Booklist "« Over 60,000 copies sold worldwide "« Recommended reading by support groups from New Jersey to Alaska, Scotland to The Netherlands to Fiji
About the Author Clinical psychologist Dr. Lynn Daugherty is an award-winning author of the classic bestseller Why Me? Help for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse, now in its 4th edition. An internationally respected expert on child sexual abuse, she has been bringing hope and healing to victims and their families for more than twenty-five years. Although working with abuse victims has been her specialty, Dr. Daugherty has also focused on treating children and adults with brain injuries or ADHD, helping teachers understand and manage the behavior or their students, and providing services to attorneys and the courts in the area of forensic psychology.