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Esther Deblinger

, Anthony P. Mannarino

, Judith A. Cohen

, Melissa K. Runyon

, and Anne H. Heflin

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date: 21 October 2020

This final chapter emphasizes important areas to further explore to optimally deliver TF-CBT to children and their families in the aftermath of child sexual abuse (CSA). These factors include cultural sensitivity, child development, therapeutic engagement and compassion fatigue. More specifically, the importance of attending to the secondary traumatic stressor associated with work in this field is emphasized. While these areas are not discussed in depth, resources are recommended for further reading. Finally, the collaborative, validating, short-term, evidence-based, and optimistic nature of TF-CBT in addressing the therapeutic needs of youth and families impacted by CSA is emphasized.

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