15. Working With Men

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Note: For material on working with specific groups such as fathers, look under sections devoted to these groups. However, references on working with perpetrators of violence, and with victims/survivors of violence, are in their own sections below. Material on educational and community development work with boys and men to end violence is in the section on violence. The section on "Reproductive Issues and Technologies" includes a range of references on working with men.

a) General references

-. (1998). Papers to National Forum on Men and Family Relationships, Canberra, 9-11 June.
Cummings, Andrew. Creating Culturally Appropriate Services for Males: Learning From Work With Young Men..
De’Ambrosis, Andrew and Gagan, Margaret. The Internet or Flesh and Blood: Transcending Traditional Models of Access and Delivery of Men’s Relationship Services..
Denner, Bernard J. Marketing Fatherhood..
Giblett, Noel. Men and Relationships Services: Putting the Cart Before the Horse? Papering Over the Cracks?..
Jones, David. Gender and Counselling: The Visible and Invisible Dimensions..
King, Greg. User-Friendly Journeys to Self Mastery: Working With the Emotionally Impoverished Male..
Melvin, Terry and Gee, Tony. On the Backfoot: Men, Relationships and Accessing Services..
Senior, Paul. Engaging Men in Counselling Through the Provision of Services in the Work Place: Building on the Social Construction of the Help Seeking Process..
Shaw, Elizabeth and Beauchamp, Julie. Engaging and Retaining Men in Therapy: Issues for Female Therapists Working With Men in Relationship Counselling..
Treloar, John. Dads Inc: Fathering the Future..
Schliemann, Gary. Taking Change Seriously: Masculinity and Social Change in the Northern Rivers Region of New South Wales..
Whitelaw, John. Rural Men’s Service: A Model of Service Delivery..

Ansell, Bob. (1986). Working With Men in Prisons. In Linking Men’s Services: A Conference on Men’s Issues and Services in South Australia, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre.

Barton, Edward Read. (ed.). (2000). Mythopoetic Perspectives of Men’s Healing Work: An Anthology for Therapists and Others. Bergin & Garvey.

Bernardes, Teresa. (1982). The Female Therapist in Relation to Male Roles. In Solomon, Kenneth and Levy, Norman. (eds). Men in Transition: Theory and Therapy. New York: Plenum Press.

Bograd, M. (ed.). (1990). Feminist Approaches for Men in Family Therapy. New York: Haworth Press.

Brooks, Gary. (1998). A New Psychotherapy for Traditional Men. Jossey-Bass.
1. The Contemporary Crisis of Masculinity: Why Men Need Psychotherapy 2. Why Traditional Men Hate Psychotherapy 3. Core Elements 4. Men’s Groups That Work 5. Marital and Family Therapy 6. Therapist Gender 7. Gender Role Strain in Therapy and Beyond.

Bruch, M. (year?) Holland’s Typology Applied to Client-Counsellor Interaction: Implications for Counselling With Men. The Counselling Psychologist, 7(4).

Cavanagh, Kate, and Viviene E. Cree. (eds). (1996). Working With Men: Feminism and Social Work. London & New York: Routledge.

Chant, Sylvia, and Matthew Guttman. (2000). Mainstreaming Men Into Gender and Development. Working Paper. Oxford: Oxfam GB.

Christie, Alastair (ed.). (2001). Men and Social Work: Theories and Practices. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Christie, Alastair. (1988). ‘Balancing Gender’ as Men Social Workers. Irish Social Worker, 16(3), pp. 4-6.

Christie, Alastair. (1988). A Comparison of Arguments for Employing Men as Child Care Workers and Social Workers in Denmark and the UK. Social Work in Europe, 5(1), pp. 2-17.

Christie, Alastair. (1988). Is Social Work a Non-Traditional Occupation for Men?. British Journal of Social Work, 28(4), pp. 491-510.

Cochran, Sam V., and Fredric E. Rabinowitz. (1999). Men and Depression: Clinical and Empirical Perspectives. Academic Press.

Cournoyer, R.J., and James R. Mahalik. (1995). Cross-Sectional Study of Gender Role Conflict Examining College-Aged and Middle-Aged Men. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 42, pp. 11-19.

Courtenay, Will H. (2000). Social Work, Counseling, and Psychotherapeutic Interventions With Men and Boys: A Bibliography, 1980 to Present. Men and Masculinities, 2(3), January 2000.

Culbertson, Philip (forthcoming). Men’s Quest for Wholeness: The Changing Counseling Needs of Pakeha Males. In Everts, Hans. (ed.) The Quest for Wholeness in Counseling: A New Zealand Perspective, Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Davis, Tracy L., and Rachel Wagner. (2005). Increasing men’s development of social justice attitudes and actions. New Directions for Student Services, Volume 2005, Issue 110, Summer, Pages: 29-41.

Doka, Kenneth J., and Terry Martin. (1998). Masculine Responses to Loss: Clinical Implications. Journal of Family Studies, 4(2), October.

Doyle, Bridie. (1996). Feminist Services: Mainstreaming and the Question of Men. Women Against Violence: An Australian Feminist Journal, No. 1, November.

Erickson, Beth M. (1993). Helping Men Change: The Role of the Female Therapist. Newbury Park: Sage.

Erickson, Beth M. (1996). Ethical Considerations When Feminist Family Therapists Treat Men. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 7(2), pp. 1-19.

Flood, Michael. (2002-2003). Engaging Men: Strategies and dilemmas in violence prevention education among men. Women Against Violence: A Feminist Journal, 13, pp. 25-32. (Free copy available from author upon request.)

Fogel, Gerald I., Frederick M. Lane, and Robert S. Liebert. (eds). (1986). The Psychology of Men: New Psychoanalytic Perspectives. New York: Basic Books.

Francas, Mark, Rodney Vlais, and Rhonda Zappelli. (Donovan Research). (1998). Report: Men’s Counselling Research. Report to Attorney Generals Department, Family Services Branch, March.

Frosh, Stephen. (1997). Masculinity, Rationality, and Family Therapy. Systems Practice, 10(2), pp. 179-190.

Funk, Rus. (2006). Reaching Men: Strategies for Preventing Sexism and Violence. Jist Publishing (304 pp.).

Glicken, M. (2005). Working With Troubled Men: A Contemporary Practitioner’s Guide. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Goldfried, Marvin R., and Jerry M. Friedman. (1982). Clinical Behaviour Therapy and the Male Sex Role. In Solomon, Kenneth and Levy, Norman. (eds). Men in Transition: Theory and Therapy. New York: Plenum Press.

Golding, Barry et al. (2007). Men’s sheds in Australia: learning through community contexts. Adelaide: National Centre for Vocational Education Research.

Gomez, Joan. (1991). Psychological and Psychiatric Problems in Men. London & New York: Routledge.

Hamsler, J.H. (1977). Treating Male Banal Scripts. In James, M. et. al. (eds). Techniques in Transactional Analysis, Addison-Wesley.

Hawkes, R. (1986). Clinical Issues in Working With Men. In Linking Men’s Services: A Conference on Men’s Issues and Services in South Australia, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre.

Hayes, J.A., and James R. Mahalik. (2000). Gender Role Conflict and Psychopathology in a Clinical Population. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 1, 116-125

Hearn, Jeff, Ann Oakley, Jeanette Edwards, and Jennie Popay. (eds). (1998). Men, Gender Divisions and Welfare. Routledge.

Holland, Sally, and Jonathan B. Scourfield. (2000). Managing Marginalised Masculinities: Men and Probation. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(2).

Horowitz, I. (2006). Trainers’ Notes, Men for Change, South Africa (unpublished).

Jones, David. (1999). Therapy, Gender and Men: The visible and invisible dimensions. In: Bateman, G. and Lamont, D. eds. Relationships into the New Millennium: Papers to celebrate 50 years of Relationships Australia. Deakin, ACT: Relationships Australia, pp. 158-164.

Khanna, R., S.K. Singh, A. Fernandes, and A. Pawar. (2005). Working with Men on Gender, Sexuality, Violence and Health: Trainer’s Manual. Shaj, Sahayog and Thapi.

King, Andrew. (2005). The ‘quiet revolution’ amongst men: Developing the practice of working with men in family relationships. Children Australia, v.30 no.2 2005: 33-37.

Kiselica, Mark S. (1995). Multicultural Counseling With Teenage Fathers: A Practical Guide. London: Sage.

Kosberg, Jordan I. (2002). Heterosexual Males: A group forgotten by the profession of social work. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, September.

Kupers, Terry A. (1993). Men in Therapy. Chapter 7 in Revisioning Men’s Lives: Gender, Intimacy, and Power. New York & London: Guilford Press.

Lang, James. (2002). Gender is Everyone’s Business: Programming with Men to Achieve Gender Equality. Workshop report, 10-12 June, Oxford: Oxfam GB.

Langvasbraten, T., and M. Teigen. (2006). Fostering Caring Masculinities. Institute of Social Reseach, Oslo.

Levack, Andrew. (2001). Educating Men in South Africa on Gender Issues. SIECUS Report, 29(5), June/July.

Levant, Ronald F. (1990). Psychological Services Designed for Men: A Psychoeducational Approach. Psychotherapy, 27(3), Fall.

Lofaro, G., and C. Reeder. (year?) Male Competition: An Issue in Counsellor Training. The Counselling Psychologist, 7(4).

Mahalik, James R. (1999). Incorporating a Gender Role Strain Perspective in Assessing and Treating Men’s Cognitive Distortions. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 30, 333-340

Mahalik, James R. (1999). Interpersonal Psychotherapy With Men Who Experience Gender Role Conflict. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 30, 5-13

Mahalik, James R. (1999). Men’s Gender Role Socialization: Effect on Presenting Problems and Experiences in Psychotherapy. Progress: Family Systems Research and Therapy, 8, 13-18

Mahalik, James R. (2000). Gender Role Conflict in Men as a Predictor of Self-Ratings of Behavior on the Interpersonal Circle. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 19, 276-292

Mahalik, James R., and R.J. Cournoyer. (2000). Identifying Gender Role Conflict Messages that Distinguish Mildly depressed From Non-Depressed Men. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 1, 109-115.

Mahalik, James R., R.J. Cournoyer, W. DeFranc, M. Cherry, and J. Napolitano. (1998). Men’s Gender Role Conflict in Relation to Their Use of Psychological Defenses. Journal of Counseling Psychology.

Mankowski, Eric S., and Courtenay S. Silvergleid. (1999-2000). A Review of Self-Help and Mutual Support Groups for Men. International Journal of Self Help and Self Care, Volume 1, Number 3, pp. 281-299.

McBride, Brent A, and Rebecca J. McBride. (1993). Parent education support programs for fathers. Childhood Education. Olney: Fall, Vol. 70, Iss. 1.

McCalman, Janya, Komla Tsey, Mark Wenitong, Mary Whiteside, Melissa Haswell, Yvonne Cadet James, and Andrew Wilson. (2006). Indigenous men’s groups: what the literature says. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, v.30 no.3 May - Jun: 9-13, 27.

McIntyre, Jeffrey. (1991). Reflections on Male Codependency. In Bepko, Claudia. (ed.). Feminism and Addiction. New York: Haworth Press.

McKechnie, Robert, and Mary Valentich. (1989). Male-Focused Clinical Social Work Practice. Arete, 14(1), Summer (Alberta, Canada).

Mellinger, T. N., and W. M. Liu. (2006). Men’s issues in doctoral training: A survey of counseling psychology programs. Professional Psychology-Research and Practice, 37(2): 196-204.

Meth, Richard L., and Robert S. Pasick. (eds). (1990). Men in Therapy: The Challenge of Change. New York/London: Guilford Press.

Mintz, R., and James R. Mahalik. (1996). Gender Role Orientation and Conflict as Predictors of Family Roles for Men. Sex Roles, 34, pp. 805-821.

Moller, Leimkuhler, Anee Maria. (2002). Barriers to Help-Seeking By Men: A review of sociocultural and clinical literature with particular reference to depression. Journal of Affective Disorders 71, pp. 1-9.

Moore, Dwight, and Fred Leafgren. (eds). (1990). Problem-Solving Strategies and Interventions for Men in Conflict. Alexandria, VA: American Association for Counselling and Development.

Moynehan, J., and J. Adams. (2007). What’s the Problem? A Look at Men in Marital Therapy. American Journal of Family Therapy, 35(1): 41-51.

Nahon, D. (1992). The Effects of ‘Masculinist’ Group Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Recently Separated Men. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Montreal.

New Directions for Student Services. (2004). Special Issue. Issue 107, Autumn (Fall).
Men’s studies as a foundation for student development work with college men / Rocco L. Capraro.
Arrested emotional development: Connecting college men, emotions, and misconduct / Randall B. Ludeman.
Best practices for improving college men’s health / Will H. Courtenay.
Connecting men to academic and student affairs programs and services / Tracy Davis, Jason A. Laker.
Mapping Men’s Mental Health / Joe Miller, Calvin Bell.
Marketing mental health to men: Theoretical and practical considerations / Aaron B. Rochlen, Wayne D. Hoyer.
Making sense of male rape: constructions of gender, sexuality and experience of rape victims / Kathy Doherty, Irina Anderson.

Newburn, Tim, and George Mairi. (eds). (1996). Working With Men. Dorset: Russell House Publishing.

Nylund, David, and Debora A. Nylund. (2003). Narrative Therapy as a Counter-Hegemonic Practice. Men and Masculinities, 5(4), April.

Paz Pruitt, I. (2007). Family Treatment Approaches for Depression in Adolescent Males. American Journal of Family Therapy, 35(1): 69-81.

Pease, Bob, and Peter Camilleri. (eds). (2001). Working With Men in the Human Services. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
Feminism, Masculinity Politics and the Human Services / Bob Pease and Peter Camilleri.
Theoretical Issues and Political Dilemmas in Working With Men / Bob Pease.
Doing ‘Women’s Work’?: Masculinity, Men and Caring / Peter Camilleri and Peter Jones.
Making Connections: Working With Males in Families / Kerrie James.
Neither Colluding Nor Colliding: Practical Ideas for Engaging Men / Mark Furlong.
Working With Men’s Defences Against Vulnerability / Mal McCouat.
Working With Males Who Have Experienced Childhood Sexual Abuse / Patrick O’Leary.
Men and Mental Health / Counselling Men With a Psychiatric Disability / Peter Humphries.
Men and Child Protection: Developing New Kinds of Relationships Between Men and Children / Mary Hood.
Pitfalls and Challenges in Work With Men Who Use Violence Against Their Partners / Rob Hall.
Restorative Justice Conferencing: Reconstructing Practice With Male Juvenile Offenders / Mark Griffiths.
Masculinity, Offending and Prison-Based Work / David Rose.
Improving Health and Welfare Services for Older Men / Fiona McDermott and Elizabeth Ozanne.
The Changing Role of Indigenous Men in Community and Family Life: A Conversation Between Graham Atkinson and Bob Pease.
Rethinking Sex and Gender in Work With Gay Identified Men / Richard Roberts.
Challenging Heterosexual Dominance and Celebrating Sexual Diversity in the Human Services / Steve Golding.

Pease, Bob. (1999). Deconstructing Masculinity - Reconstructing Men. Chapter 7 in Pease, Bob, and Jan Fook. (eds). Transforming Social Work Practice: Postmodern critical perspectives. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 97-112.

Pease, Bob. (2000). Political Issues in Working With Men in the Human Services. Women Against Violence - An Australian Feminist Journal. no.8, July, pp. 57-64.

Perelberg, Rosine, and Ann Miller. (eds). (1990). Gender and Power in Families. London & New York: Tavistock/Routledge. Includes;
The Place of Men in a Gender-Sensitive Therapy / O’Brien, Margaret.
Masculinity and Family Work / Mason, Barry and Mason, Ed.

Pringle, Keith. (1993). Danger! Men at (Social) Work: The Role of the Male Social Worker in Cases of Sexual Abuse. In K. Pringle and R. Taylor M. Helm. (eds). Surviving Sexual Abuse, Barkingside: Barnardos, pp. 22-26.

Pringle, Keith. (1995). Men, Masculinities and Social Welfare. London: UCL Press.

Rabinowitz, Fredric Eldon and Cochran, Sam Victor. (2002). Deepening Psychotherapy with Men. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Rice, D. (year?). The Male Spouse in Marital and Family Therapy. The Counselling Psychologist, 7(4).

Rochlen, A.B. (ed.). (2005). Journal of Clinical Psychology, Special Issue: Men and Therapy, June, 61(6).
Men in (and out of) therapy: Central concepts, emerging directions, and remaining challenges / Rochlen AB.
Social scientific paradigms of masculinity and their implications for research and practice in men’s mental health / Addis ME., Cohane GH.
Toxic masculinity as a barrier to mental health treatment in prison / Kupers TA.
Using the conformity to masculine norms inventory to work with men in a clinical setting / Mahalik JR, Talmadge WT, Locke BD, Scott RP.
Evidence-based assessment with men / Cochran SV.
The study of men and masculinity as an important multicultural competency consideration / Liu WM.
Men and therapy: critical concepts, theoretical frameworks, and research recommendations / Good GE, Thomson DA, Brathwaite AD.

Rosenberg, Kris. (1993). Talk to Me: A Therapist’s Guide to Breaking Through Male Silence. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam.

Rowan, John. (1997). Healing the Male Psyche: Therapy as Initiation. London & New York: Routledge.

Scher, Murray et. al. (1987). Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy With Men. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Sherriff, Nigel. (2007). Supporting Young Fathers: Examples of Promising Practice. Trust for the Study of Adolescence.

Silverberg, Robert A. (1984). Requiem for Superman: Men in Psychotherapy. Arete, 9(1), Spring.

Silverberg, Robert A. (1986). Psychotherapy for Men: Transcending the Masculine Mystique. Springfield, IL: C. Thomas.

Sinclair, Stacey, and Brent Taylor. (2004). Unpacking the Tough Guise: Toward a Discursive Approach for Working with Men in Family Therapy. Contemporary Family Therapy, 26, no. 4: 389-408.

Solomon, Kenneth, and Norman Levy. (eds). (1982). Men in Transition: Theory and Therapy. New York: Plenum

Solomon, Kenneth. (1982). Individual Psychotherapy and Changing Masculine Roles: Dimensions of Gender-Role Psychotherapy. In Solomon, Kenneth and Levy, Norman. (eds). Men in Transition: Theory and Therapy. New York: Plenum Press.

Starak, Yaro. (1999). Counselling the Masculine: A New Perspective on Men’s Consciousness. University of Queensland Family Centre Newsletter, no. 1 Apr:, pp. 8-10.

Sternberg, Peter. (2000). Challenging Machismo: Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health With Nicaraguan Men. Gender and Development, 8(1).

Sullivan, Robin (ed). (2003). Focus on Fathering. Melbourne: ACER Press.

Sweetman, Caroline. (ed.). (2001). Men’s Involvement in Gender and Development Policy and Practice: Beyond Rhetoric. Oxford: Oxfam.
Introduction / Caroline Sweetman.
Men, women, and organizational culture: Perspectives from donors / Anne Coles.
Middle-aged man seeks gender team / Chris Roche.
Men in the kitchen, women in the office? Working on gender issues in Ethiopia / Feleke Tadele.
Gender training with men: Experience and reflections from South Asia / Kamla Bhasin.
Gender training with men: Experiences and reflections from East Africa / Milton Obote Joshua.
Male involvement in perpetuating and challenging the practice of female genital mutilation in Egypt / Nadia Wassef.
Men’s roles, gender relations, and sustainability in water supplies: Some lessons from Nepal / Shibesh Chandra Regmi; Ban Fawcett.
Tackling male exclusion in post-industrialised settings: Lessons from the UK / Sue Smith.
Challenging machismo to promote sexual and reproductive health: Working with Nicaraguan men / Peter Sternberg.
Men and child-welfare services in the UK / Sandy Ruxton.
‘Sitting on a rock’: Men, socio-economic change, and development policy in Lesotho / Caroline Sweetman.

Taylor, B. A. (2006). Gendered training: Men and men’s issues in marriage and family therapy programs. American Journal of Family Therapy, 34(3): 263-277.

Taylor, Brent A. (2006). Gendered Training: Men and Men’s Issues in Marriage and Family Therapy Programs. American Journal of Family Therapy, Volume 34, Number 3 / July-September, pp. 263-277.

Tomsen, S., M. Stalker, and C. Toroitich-Ruto. (2005). Fifty Ways to Leave Your Rubber: How men in Mombasa rationalise unsafe sex. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 80, pp. 430-434.

Toomer, J. Males in Psychotherapy. The Counselling Psychologist, 7(4).

Towner, Nathalie. (2005). How To Set Up a Support Group For Fathers. Community Care, Sutton: May 19-May 25. p. 59.

United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). (2000). Partnering: A New Approach to Sexual and Reproductive Health. Technical Paper No. 3, December. New York: UNFPA.

Vareldzis, Basil P., and Michael J. Andronico. (2000). Developing a college men’s growth group. Journal of American College Health. Washington: Sept., Vol. 49, Iss. 2.

Watson, Geoff. (1998). Conversations About Communication With Men. Gecko: A Journal of Deconstruction and Narrative Ideas in Therapeutic Practice, pp. 39-52Wester, Stephen R., and David L. Vogel. (2002). Working With the Masculine Mystique: Male Gender Role Conflict, Counseling Self-Efficacy, and the Training of Male Psychologists. Professional Psychology-Research & Practice. 33(4), pp. 370-376, August.

Wild, Jim. (ed.). (1999). Working With Men for Change. Routledge: London & Philadelphia.

Wisch, A., and James R. Mahalik. (1999). Male Therapists’ Clinical Bias: Influence of Client Gender Roles and Therapist Gender Role Conflict. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 46, 51-60

Wisch, A., Mahalik, Jim R., Hayes, J.A. and Nutt, L. (1995). The Impact of Gender Role Conflict and Counseling Technique on Psychological Help Seeking in Men. Sex Roles, 33, pp. 77-89.

Wong, M. R., J. Davey, and R. M. Conroe. (1976). Expanding Masculinity: Counseling the Male In Transition. The Counseling Psychologist, 6(3): 58-61.

Wong, Y. Joel, and Aaron B. Rochlen. (2005). Demystifying Men’s Emotional Behavior: New Directions and Implications for Counseling and Research. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, Volume 6 Issue 1, January.

Wright, F. (1994). Men, shame, and group psychotherapy. Group, 18(4): 212-224.

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b) Gender and Counselling

Anderson, Leela. (ed.). Bedtime Stories for Tired Therapists. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

Benjamin, J. The Bonds of Love: Psychoanalysis, Feminism and the Problem of Domination. New York: Pantheon.

Chaplin, Jocelyn. (1988). Feminist Counselling in Action. London: Sage.

Chodorow, Nancy. (1989). Feminism and Psychoanalytic Theory. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Contratto, Susan, and M. Janice. Gutfreund. (eds). (1996). A Feminist Clinician’s Guide to the Memory Debate.

Davies, Dominic, and Charles Neal. (eds). (1996). Pink Therapy: A Guide for Counsellors Working With Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Clients. Open University Press.

Denborough, David. (ed). (2001). Queer Counselling and Narrative Practice. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

Epston, David, and Michael White. Experience, Contradiction, Narrative & Imagination: Selected Papers of D. Epston and M. White, 1989-1991. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

Flax, Jane. (1990). Thinking Fragments: Psychoanalysis, Feminism, and Postmoderism in the Contemporary West. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Furedi, Frank. (2004). Therapy Culture: Cultivating vulnerability in an uncertain age. London & New York: Routledge.

Goodrich, Thelma Jean. (ed.). (1991). Women and Power: Perspectives for Family Therapy. New York & London: W.W. Norton & Company.

Greene, Beverly and Herek, Gregory M. (eds). (1994). Lesbian and Gay Psychology: Theory, Research, and Clinical Applications. Sage.

Haaken, Janice. (1992). From Al-Anon to ACOA: Codependence and the Reconstruction of Caregiving. Women’s Studies International Forum, 15(2).

Herndon, Sandra L. (2001). The paradox of powerlessness: Gender, sex, and power in 12-step groups. Women and Language, Fall, Vol. 24, Iss. 2.

Holtzen, D.W., M.E. Kenny, and James R. Mahalik. (1995). Contributions of Parental Attachment to Gay or lesbian Disclosure to Parents and Dysfunctional Cognitive Processes. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 42, pp. 350-355.

Maguire, Marie. (1995). Men, Women, Passion and Power: Gender Issues in Psychotherapy. Routledge.

McLennan, Betty. (1995). Beyond Psychoppression: A Feminist Alternative Therapy. Melbourne: Spinifex Press.

McLeod, Eileen. (1994). Women’s Experiences of Feminist Therapy and Counselling. Open University Press.

Miller, J.B. (1976). Toward a New Psychology of Women. Boston: Beacon Paperback.

Perry, Janet. (1990). Counselling for Women. Open University Press.

Prozan, C.K. (1992). Feminist Psychoanalytic Therapy. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

Sandell, Jillian. (1996). Adjusting to Oppression: The rise of therapeutic feminism in the United States. In Nan Bauer Maglin and Donna Perry. (eds). ‘Bad Girls’/’Good Girls’: Women, sex, and power in the nineties. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Saulnier, Christine F. (1996). Feminist Theories and Social Work. Haworth Press.

Seu, I. Bruna, and M. Colleen Heenan. (eds). (1998). Feminism and Psychotherapy. London: Sage.

Simonds, Wendy. (1992). Women and Self-Help Culture: Reading Between the Lines. Rutgers University Press.

Van Den Bergh, Nan. (ed.). (1991). Feminist Perspectives on Addictions. New York: Springer.

Walker, Moira. (1990). Women in Therapy and Counselling: Out of the Shadows. Open University Press.

Weingarten, Kathy, and Michele Bograd. (eds). (1996). Reflections on Feminist Family Therapy Training.

Weingarten, Kathy. (ed.). (1995). Cultural Resistance: Challenging Beliefs About Men, Women, and Therapy. Haworth Press.

White, Cheryl, and Jane Hales. (eds). (1997). The Personal is the Professional: Therapists Reflect on Their Families, Lives and Work. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

White, Michael, and David Epston. (1990). Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends. New York: W.W. Norton.

White, Michael. (1995). Re-Authoring Lives: Interviews & Essays. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

White, Michael. (1997). Narratives of Therapists’ Lives. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

White, Vicky. (2006). The State of Feminist Social Work. London: Routledge.


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c) Working With Perpetrators or Offenders

Note: This section covers working with perpetrators of domestic violence, sexual assault, child sexual assault and other associated crimes, as well as self help works in these areas. Also see "Domestic Violence in Particular" below.

Abracen, J., and J. Looman. (2004). Issues in the treatment of sexual offenders: Recent developments and directions for future research. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 9(3): 229-246.

Adams, David, and A. McCormick. (1982). Men unlearning violence: A group approach based on a collective model. In Roy, M. (ed.). The Abusive Partner: An Analysis of Domestic Battering. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Adams, David. (1988a). Stages of anti-sexist awareness and change for abusive men. In Dickstein, L. and Nadelson, C. (eds). Family Violence. Washington DC: Appi Press.

Adams, David. (1988b). Treatment models of men who batter: A profeminist analysis. In Yllo, Kirsti and Bograd, Michelle. (eds). Feminist Perspectives on Wife Abuse. London: Sage.

Adams, David. (1989). Feminist-based interventions for battering men. In Caesar, L. and Hamberger, K. (eds). Therapeutic Interventions With Batterers: Theory and Practice. New York: Springer.

Allan, Robert L., and Paul Kivel. (1994). Men changing men. Ms, 5(2), September/October (Special Issue on Domestic Violence), pp. 50-53.

Astor, Hilary. (1990). Domestic violence and mediation. Australian Dispute Resolution Journal, 1(3), August.

Astor, Hilary. (1991). Mediation and Violence Against Women. Paper for the National Committee on Violence Against Women, December.

Astor, Hilary. (1994). Swimming against the tide: Keeping violent men out of mediation. In Stubbs, Julie. (ed.). Women, Male Violence and the Law. Sydney: Institute of Criminology.

Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault (ACSSA). (2006). Sexual violence offenders: prevention and intervention approaches. ACSSA Issues No. 5, June.

Australian Psychologist. (2002). Volume 37, Number 3, November;
The rehabilitation of offenders: Introduction / Tony Ward.
An overview of offender rehabilitation: Something old, something borrowed, something new / Clive R. Hollin.
“We are neutral therapists”: Psychology, the state and social control / Mark Brown.
The management of risk and the design of good lives / Tony Ward.
Therapeutic jurisprudence and “good lives”: a rehabilitation framework for corrections / Astrid Birgden.
Culturally relevant assessment of indigenous Offenders: a literature review / Robin Jones, Mary Masters, Alison Griffiths, Nicole Moulday.
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Women’s Co-ordination Unit. (1991). Programmes for Perpetrators of Domestic Violence: Discussion Paper. Sydney: Ministry of Education, Youth and Women’s Affairs, January.

Women’s Co-ordination Unit. (1991). Report of the NSW Domestic Violence Committee. NSW Domestic Violence Strategic Plan, Primarily: P.26 6.2.6, 6.2.7, 6.2.8, and 6.2.9.

World Health Organization. (2007). Intervening with Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence: A Global Perspective. Geneva: WHO Department of Injuries and Violence Prevention (VIP).

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Boyle, Mick. The Men’s Referral Service: A Community Development Response to Male Family Violence.
Cavanagh, Jo. Family Violence and Separation: Men as Parents and Partners. Preliminary Findings From Practice-Based Research.
Compton, Andrew. Some Reflections From a Profeminist Men’s Behaviour Change Program.
Frances, Ruth. What is Appropriate Evaluation of Programs for Men.
Gillian, Clare, Pedlar, Kim and Allen, Jim. The Change Process in Men Who have been using Abusive and Violent Behaviour in Their Relationships.
Goff, Tony. Behind closed doors.
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Laming, Chris. SHED tools: Constructive Alternatives to Harmful Behaviour.
MacRae, Rory. Court-Mandated and Voluntary Men’s Programs: A World Apart? Reflections From Scotland and Victoria.
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International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
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Violence Against Women
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Violence and Victims
Women Against Violence: An Australian Feminist Journal (began 1996, CASA house, Melbourne)

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d) Counselling or Healing for Survivors of Abuse/violence in Particular

Note: Also see references on violence, including child sexual assault, below. This list includes resources both for men and women.

Agtuca, Jacqueline R. (1994). A Community Secret: For the Filipina in an Abusive Relationship. Seattle: Seal Press.

Alcoff, Linda, and Laura Gray. (1992). Survivor Discourse: Transgression or Recuperation?. Women’s Studies International Forum, 15(2).

Andrews, J. (1994). Beyond Closed Doors: Growing Beyond an Abused Childhood. Melbourne: David Lovell Publishing.

Armstrong, L. (1991). Surviving the Incest Industry. Trouble and Strife, 21.

Bass, Ellen, and Laura Davis. (1993). The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. (3rd edition) Sydney: Harper & Row.

Bass, Ellen, and Laura Davis. (1993). Beginning to Heal: The First Book for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: HarperCollins.

Bear, E., and Peter Dimock. (1988). Adults Molested as Children: A Survivor’s Manual for Men and Women. Orwell, VT: Safer Society Press.

Benedict, Helen. (1985). Men Get Raped Too!. In Recovery: How to Survive Sexual Assault, for Women, Men, Teenagers, Their Friends and Families. New York: Doubleday & Co.

Bergen, Raquuel Kennedy. (1996). Wife Rape: Understanding the Response of Survivors and Service Providers. Sage.

Bowker, Lee. (1986). Ending the Violence: A Guidebook Based on the Experiences of One Thousand Battered Wives. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.

Brady, Maureen. (1992). Beyond Survival: A Writing Journal for Healing Childhood Sexual Abuse. New York: HarperCollins Publishers.

Breckenridge, Jan, and Lesley Laing. (eds). (1999). Challenging Silence: Innovative Responses to Sexual and Domestic Violence. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Breer, William. (1992). Diagnosis and Treatment of the Young Male Victim of Sexual Abuse. Springfield, Illinois: Clark Thomas.

Bruckner, Debra, and Peter Johnson. (1987). Treatment for Adult Male Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Social Casework: The Journal of Contemporary Social Work, 68(2), pp. 81-87.

Burstow, Bonnie. (1992). Radical Feminist Therapy: Working in the Context of Violence. Sage.

Camino, Lisa. (1999). Treating Sexually Abused Boys: A Guide for Therapists & Counselors. Jossey-Bass.

Chaplin, Jocelyn. (1988). Feminist Counselling in Action. Sage.

Cruz, Francisco G., and Lana Essen. (1994). Adult Survivors of Childhood Emotional Physical and Sexual Abuse: Dynamic Treatment. Northvale, NJ: J. Aronson.

Davies, K. (1994). When Innocence Trembles: The Christian Brothers Orphanage Tragedy. Angust & Robertson.

Davis, Laura. (1990). The Courage to Heal Workbook for Women and Men Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. New York: Harper & Row.

Davis, Laura. (1991). Allies in Healing: When the Person You Love was Sexually Abused as a Child. New York: Harper Perennial.

Davis, Nancy. (1990). Therapeutic Stories to Heal Abused Children. Oxon Hill, MD: Psychological Associates of Oxon Hill.

Dawson, Chris. (1998). Dealing With Their Healing: Group Work With Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse. Community Quarterly, No. 46, June.

Dawson, Chris. (1998). Adult Male Survivor Groups. DVIRC Newsletter (Melbourne), Spring.

Doyle, Celia. (1997). Working With Abused Children. Macmillan (2nd edition).

Draucker, Claire Burke. (1992). Counselling Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Durrant, M., and C. White. (eds). Ideas for Therapy With Sexual Abuse. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.

Edleson, Jeffrey L., and Zvi C. Eisikovits. (eds). (1996). Future Interventions With Battered Women and Their Families. Sage.

Fredrickson, Renee. (1992). Repressed Memories: A Journey to Recovery From Sexual Abuse. New York: S&S Trade.

Friedrich, William N. (1995). Psychotherapy With Sexually Abused Boys: An Integrated Approach, Rochester: Sage (Interpersonal Violence: The Practice Series, Volume 11).

Gartner, Richard B. (1999). Betrayed as Boys: Psychodynamic Treatment of Sexually Abused Men. New York: Guilford Press.
1. The Sexual Betrayal of Boys
2. Encoding Sexual Abuse as Sexual Initiation
3. Struggles about Masculinity
4. Same-Sex Abuse
5. The Familial and Cultural Context of Abuse
6. The Effect of Chronic Boundary Violations
7. Dissociation and Multiple Self-States
8. Intimate Relatedness
9. The Patient-Therapist Dyad
10. Gender and the Therapeutic Relationship / Shapiro, Sue A
11. Group Therapy
App. Cross-References to Personal Histories.

Gil, Eliana. (1983). Outgrowing the Pain: A Book for and About Adults Abused as Children. San Francisco: Launch.

Gil, Eliana. (1992). Outgrowing the Pain Together: A Book for Spouses and Partners of Adults Abused as Children. New York: Dell.

Gill, M., and L.M. Tutty. (1997). Sexual Identity Issues for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Volume 6 Issue 3, pp. 31-47.

Gondolf, Edward. (1980). Psychiatric Responses to Family Violence: Identifying and Confronting Neglected Danger. Lexington, MA: Lexington.

Gondolf, Edward. (1989). Man Against Woman: What Every Woman Should Know About Violent Men. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: TAB/McGraw Hill.

Gonsiorek, John C., Walter H. Bera, and Donald LeTourneau. (eds). (1994). Male Sexual Abuse: A Trilogy of Intervention Strategies. London: Sage.

Goodman, Marilyn Shear, and Beth Creager Fallon. (1995). Pattern Changing for Abused Women: An Educational Program. Sage.

Grubman-Black, Stephen D. (1990). Broken Boys/Healing Men: Recovery From Childhood Sexual Abuse. New York: Ivy Books.

Hall, Liz, and Siobhan Lloyd. (1993). Surviving Child Sexual Abuse: A Handbook For Helping Women Challenge Their Past. (2nd edition) Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis.

Halpern, Judith. (1987). Family Therapy in Father-Son Incest: A Case Study. Social Casework: The Journal of Contemporary Social Work, 68(2), pp. 88-93.

Hansen, Marsali, and Michele Harway. (eds). (1993). Batteing and Family Therapy: A Feminist Perspective. Sage.

Hennekens, Candace. (1991). Healing Your Life: Recovery From Domestic Violence. Pro Writing Services and Press.

Hepburn, J.M. (1994). Implications of Contemporary Feminist Theories of Development for the Treatment of Male Victims of Sexual Abuse. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Volume 3 Issue 4, pp. 1-18.

Herman, Judith. (1992). Trauma and Recovery: The Aftermath of Violence, From Domestic Abuse to Political Terror. New York: Basic Books.

Hunter, Mic. (ed.). (1990). The Sexually Abused Male, Vol. 1: Prevalence, Impact & Treatment. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Hunter, Mic. (ed.). (1990). The Sexually Abused Male, Vol. 2: Application of Treatment Strategies. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Hunter, Mic. (ed.). (1995). Child Survivors and Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse: Treatment Innovations. Sage.

Hunter, Mic. (ed.). (1995). Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse: Treatment Innovations. Sage.

Johanek, Michael F. (1988). Treatment of Male Victims of Child Sexual Abuse in Military Service. In Sgroi, S.M. (ed.). Vulnerable Populations, Vol. 2, Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, pp. 103-113.

Johnson, Kathryn M. (1985). If You Are Raped: What Every Women Needs to Know. Holmes Beach, FL: Learning Publications.

Jones, Ann, and Susan Schechter. (1992). When Love Goes Wrong: Strategies for Women With Controlling Partners. New York: Harper Collins.

Jones, Elsa. (1992). Working With Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Cresskill, NJ: Creative Therapeutics.

Katz, Judy H. (1984). No Fairy Godmothers, No Magic Wands: The Healing Process After Rape. California: R & E.

Kelly, Liz. (1988). Surviving Sexual Violence. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Kelly, L. (1988). From Politics to Pathology: The Medicalisation of the Impact of Rape and Child Sexual Abuse. Radical Community Medicine, 36, pp. 14-18.

Kelly, Liz, Sheila Burton, and Linda Regan. (1996). Beyond Victim or Survivor: Sexual Violence, Identity and Feminist Theory and Practice. In Adkins, Lisa and Mercant, Vicki. (eds). Sexualizing the Social: Power and the Organization of Sexuality, Hampshire & London: Macmillan.

Kilgore, Nancy. (1992). Sourcebook for Working With Battered Women. Volcano, CA: Volcano Press.

Kipnis, Aaron. (1999). Angry Young Men: How Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Can Help ‘Bad Boys’ Become Good Men. Jossey Bass Publishers.

Kirkwood, Cathy. (1993). Leaving Abusive Partners: From the Scars of Survival to the Wisdom for Change. Sage.

Kirschner, Sam et. al. (1993). Working With Adult Incest Survivors: The Healing Journey. New York: Brunner-Mazel.

Kitzinger, Jenny. (1993). Sexual Violence and Compulsory Heterosexuality. In Wilkinson, Sue and Kitzinger, Celia. (eds). Heterosexuality: A Feminism and Psychology Reader. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Koss, Mary P. (1991). The Rape Victim: Clinical and Community Interventions. (2nd edition) Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Lee, Sharice A. (1995). The Survivor’s Guide: For Teenage Girls Surviving Sexual Abuse. Sage.

Lew, Mike. (1993). Victims No Longer: A Guide for Men Recovering From Incest and Other Sexual Child Abuse. London: Cedar, Mandarin Paperbacks (first Published 1988, Nevraumont Publ. Co.) .

Lewer, Damien and Wildwood, Dez. (1992). A Group for Survivors. XY: Men, Sex, Politics, 2(2), Winter.

Lisak, David. (1994). The Psychological Impact of Sexual Abuse: Content Analysis of Interviews With Male Survivors. Journal ofTraumatic Stress, 7, pp. 525-548.

Lisak, David. (1995). Integrating a Critique of Gender in the Treatment of Male Survivors of Childhood Abuse. Psychotherapy, 32, pp. 258-269.

Lisak, David and Luster, L. (1994). Educational, Occupational, and Relationship Histories of Men Who Were Sexually and/or Physically Abused as Children. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 7, pp. 507-523.

Loewenstein, Richard and Putnam, Frank. (1990). The Clinical Phenomenology of Males With MPD: A Report of 21 cases. Dissociation, 3(3), pp. 135-143.

MacDonald, N. (2000). Understanding and working with young male survivors of sexual assault. Domestic Violence and Incest Resource Centre Newsletter, No. 2, Spring, pp. 3-12.

Maltz, Wendy. (1992). The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse. New York: HarperCollins.

Maltz, Wendy and Holman, Beverly. (1987). Sexuality Concerns of Male Incest Survivors. In Incest and Sexuality: A Guide to Understanding and Healing. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Maxwell, Judith. (1993). Full Circle: A Support Group Guidebook for Battered Women. Phase II Manual, Mt. Vernon, WA: Veda Vanguard Foundation.

McEvoy, Alan W. and Brookings, Jeff B. (1984). If She is Raped: A Book for Husbands, Fathers and Male Friends. Kalamazoo, Mich: Learning Publications.

McMullen, Richie J. (1990). Male Rape: Breaking the Silence on the Last Taboo. London: Gay Men’s Press .

Mejia, X.E. (2005). Gender matters: Working with adult male survivors of trauma. Journal Of Counseling And Development, 83(1): pp. 29-40, Winter.

Mendel, Matthew Parynik. (1994). The Male Survivor: The Impact of Sexual Abuse. London: Sage.

Mezey, Gillian C. and King, Michael B. (eds). (1992). Male Victims of Sexual Assault. Oxford/New York: OUP.

Milner, Judith and Blyth, Eric. (1989). Coping With Child Sexual Abuse: A Guide for Teachers. London: Longman.

Mollon, Phil. (1998). Remembering Trauma: A Psychotherapist’s Guide to Memory and Illusion. Jacaranda Wiley.

NiCarthy, Ginny. (1986). Getting Free: A Handbook for Women in Abusive Relationships. Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

NiCarthy, Ginny. (1987). The Ones Who Got Away: Women Who Left Abusive Partners. Seal Press.

NiCarthy, Ginny and Davidson, Sue. (1989). You Can Be Free: An Easy-To-Read Handbook for Abused Women. Seattle: Seal Press.

Nice, Suzann, and Russell Forrest. (1990). Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Survivor’s Guide for Men. Hazelden.

O’Leary, Patrick. (1998). Liberation From Self-Blame: Working With Men Who Have Experienced Childhood Sexual Abuse. Dulwich Centre Journal, No. 4 (Also in Extending narrative therapy: a collection of practice-based papers. Adelaide, SA: Dulwich Centre Publications, 1999, p159-187).

O’Leary, Patrick. (2001). Working With Males Who Have Experienced Childhood Sexual Abuse. In Pease, Bob and Peter Camilleri. (eds). Working With Men in the Human Services. Sydney: Allen & Unwin

Parrot, Andrea. (1993). Coping With Date Rape and Acquaintance Rape. Rev. edition. New York: Rosen Group.

Peled, Einat and Davis, Diane. (1995). Groupwork With Children of Battered Women: A Practitioner’s Manual. Sage.

Peled, Einat, Jaffe, Peter G. and Edleson, Jeffrey L. (eds). (1995). Ending the Cycle of Violence: Community Responses to Children of Battered Women. Sage.

Porter, Eugene. (1986). Treating the Young Male Victim of Sexual Assault: Issues and Intervention Strategies. Safer Society Press, Syracuse, NY.

Portwood, Pamela et. al. (1988). Rebirth of Power: Overcoming the Effects of Sexual Abuse Through the Experience of Others. Racine, WI: Mother Courage.

Purdy, J. He Will Never Remember: Caring for Victims of Child Abuse.

Queer Press Collective. (eds). (1991). Loving in Fear: An Anthology of Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Toronto: Queer Press.

Resick, Patricia A. and Schnicke, Monica K. (1993). Cognitive Processing Therapy for Rape Victims: A Treatment Manual. London: Sage.

Roberts, Albert R. (ed.). (1997). Helping Battered Women. Oxford University Press.

Rogers, C.M., and T. Terry. (1984). Clinical Intervention With Boy Victims of Sexual Abuse. In Stuart, Irving R. and Green, Joanne G. (eds). Victims of Sexual Aggression: Treatment of Children, Women, and Men. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Roth, Susan and Batson, Ronald. (1997). Naming the Shadows: A New Approach to Individual and Group Psychotherapy for Adult Survivors of Childhood Incest. The Free Press.

Russell, Janice. (1993). Out of Bounds: Sexual Exploitation in Counselling and Therapy. Sage.

Ryan, Gail. (1989). Victim to Victimiser: Rethinking Victim Treatment. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 4(3), September.

Salter, Anna C. (1995). Transforming Trauma: A Guide to Understanding and Treating Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Sage.

Sanders, Timothy. (1992). Male Survivors: A 12 Step Recovery Programme for Survivors of Childhood and Sexual Abuse. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press.

Sanford, Linda T. (1991). Strong at the Broken Places: Overcoming the Trauma of Childhood Abuse. London: Virago.

Satullo, Jane A.W., Roberto Russell, and Pat A. Bradway. (year?). It Happens to Boys Too. Rape Crisis Centre of Berkshire County, Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

Scarce, Michael. (1996). Same Sex Rape of Male College Students. Journal of American College Health, January.

Schave, Barbara. (1993). Forgotten Memories: A Journey Out of the Darkess of Sexual Abuse. Westport, Conneticut: Praeger.

Schmidt, K. Louise. (1996). Transforming Abuse: Nonviolent Resistance and Recovery. Philadelphia, PA: New Society Publishers.

Scott, Desley, Lyn Walker, and Kate Gilmore. (1990). Breaking the Silence: A Guide to Supporting Victims/Survivors of Sexual Assault. Carlton, VIC: CASA House.

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Singer, Ken. (1989). Group Work With Men Who Experienced Incest in Childhood. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 59, pp. 468-472.

Sipe, Beth, and Evelyn J. Hall. (1996). I Am Not Your Victim: Anatomy of Domestic Violence. Sage.

Sonkin, Daniel Jay (l992) Wounded Boys, Heroic Men: A Man’s Guide to Recovering From Child Abuse. Longmeadow Press.

Stott, Sarah. (2001). Out of the Shadows: Help for Men Who Have Been Sexually Assaulted. Lyme Regis: Russell House.

Stringer, Gayle M., and Deanna Rants-Rodriguez. (1989). So What’s It To Me? Sexual Assault Information for Guys. King County Sexual Assault Resource Centre.

Struve, Jim. (1989). Treatment of the Sexually Abused Male. Ridgeview Institute Insight (Atlanta, GA.), X(2), pp. 25-31.

Stuart, Irving R., and Joanne G. Green. (eds). (1984). Victims of Sexual Aggression: Treatment of Children, Women, and Men. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

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Thomas, Tim. (1990). Surviving With Serenity: Daily Meditations for Incest Survivors. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications.

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