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Current Perspectives & Applications in Neurobiology: Working with Young Persons who are Victims and Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse

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Current Perspectives & Applications in Neurobiology: Working with Young Persons who are Victims and Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse

by Edited by Robert E. Longo, David S. Prescott, John Bergman, and Kevin Creeden  (more by this author)
Hardcover
categories: Books, Featured Products
ISBN: 978-1-929657-67-4
Catalog Number: 00
$69.00
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One of the most important scientific advancements of the past few decades is our increased understanding of the brain and the impact of our environment on this complex neurobiology. This new volume by some of the leading experts in the field compiles a comprehensive overview of the core issues we need to understand affecting the neurobiology, neuroscience and the assessment and treatment of sexually abusive youth as well as the child and adolescent victims of sexually abusive and aggressive behavior.

NEARI Press is pleased to announce the publication of this exciting and cutting edge book and third volume in the Current Perspectives and Current Applications series. Written and edited in three parts, this book addresses these core issues:

• Interpersonal neurobiology view of trauma
• Impact of traumatic brain injury
• Brain function assessment and neurotherapy for sexual abuse
• Combining neuroscience, education, and therapy
• Neuroscience applied to the therapeutic milieu
• Experiential therapies as neurological analogs
• Sensorimotor psychotherapy perspective on the treatment of children and adolescents
• Sensory integration and trauma
• Medications and the brain
• Teaching, intervening and counseling with the brain in mind.
 

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