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(p. 323) Therapy with Victims of Hate Crimes 

(p. 323) Therapy with Victims of Hate Crimes
(p. 323) Therapy with Victims of Hate Crimes

Glenda M. Russell

and Christopher G. Hawkey

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date: 11 April 2021

Chapter 67 discusses therapy with victims of hate crimes, including methods of assessment, treatment, and hate crime-specific considerations (safety, sense of group membership, feelings about perpetrator group, group differences and involvement in the legal system).

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