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Repair for Teens: A Program for Recovery From Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse.


Repair for Teens: A Program for Recovery From Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse

Marjorie McKinnon

Future Psychiatry Press


121 pages



McKinnon, a survivor of childhood incest, developed a program for recovery from child sexual abuse called REPAIR (recognition, entry, process, awareness, insight, and rhythm). Here, she helps teens use the program to recognize and accept that their problems stem from childhood sexual abuse, enter a program of commitment to change their lives for the better, process using tools and techniques to become healthy, become aware again, have insight to see the complete picture and return to how they were prior to the abuse, and develop the natural rhythm before it occurred. She relates her story, the benefits of the program, and each stage, as well as tips for after recovery.

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Date:Apr 1, 2014
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