The Ultimate Betrayal: The Enabling Mother, Incest and Sexual Abuse by Audrey RickerThe Ultimate Betrayal: The Enabling Mother, Incest and Sexual Abuse by Audrey Ricker

The Ultimate Betrayal: The Enabling Mother, Incest and Sexual Abuse

byAudrey Ricker

Paperback | September 1, 2006

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This pioneering self-help book takes a close look at a topic that has been ignored or downplayed by other books on incest and childhood sexual abuse: that the non-perpetrating parent usually bears a great deal of responsibility for the child's abuse. In this examination of the complicated dynamics of abuse, the enabling mother is not treated as a victim, rather as an adult responsible for her failure to protect her child. Self-help exercises are interspersed with case histories and analytical material throughout the book, useful to both survivors and therapists.

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Audrey Ricker, PhD, is a practicing psychologist, the author of Backtalk for Grandparents and Their Grandchildren, and the coauthor of Backtalk: 4 Steps to Ending Rude Behavior in Your Kids and Bad Attitude: Reverse Your Child's Rudeness in 1 Week—with Food. She works as a therapist at the Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault...
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Title:The Ultimate Betrayal: The Enabling Mother, Incest and Sexual AbuseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:200 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:September 1, 2006Publisher:See Sharp PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:188436540X

ISBN - 13:9781884365409

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"A vitally needed, significant contribution to the field."  —Robert Kafes, director, Mental Health Services, Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault