Books

 

  • A Clergy Abuse Survivor’s Resource Packet
    A collection of articles on clergy abuse of congregants, including definitions, guidelines for reporting, comparison viewpoints, and a bibliography.
    Publication Date: 1992
    Publisher: Center for Women and Religion, Berkeley, CA
    Categories: For Survivors, Abuse by Clergy, Partners/Spouses
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  • A Delicate Dance: Sexuality, Celibacy and Relationships Among Catholic Clergy and Religious
    Sheila Murphy
    Format: Hardcover Book, 143
    Publication Date: April, 1992
    Publisher: Crossroad/Herder & Herder
    ISBN # 082451159X
    Categories: For Professionals, For Survivors, Abuse by Clergy
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  • A Feminist Ethic of Risk
    Sharon Welch
    Format: Paperback Book, 224
    Publication Date: March, 2000
    Publisher: Fortress Press
    ISBN # 0800631854
    Categories: Ethics
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  • A Gift to Myself
    Charles L. Whitfield, M.D.
    A Personal Workbook and Guide to the book “Healing the Child Within”
    Format: Paperback Book, 263
    Publication Date: 1990
    Publisher: Health Communications
    ISBN # 1558740422
    Categories: Recovery
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  • A Gospel of Shame: Children, Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church
    Frank Bruni & Elinor Burkett
    Format: Paperback Book, 336
    Publication Date: 2002
    Publisher: Perenniel
    ISBN # 0060522321
    Categories: For Survivors, Abuse by Clergy
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  • Victims No Longer: The Classic Guide for Men Recovering from Sexual Child Abuse
    by Mike Lew (Author)
  • Beyond Betrayal: Taking Charge of Your Life After Boyhood Sexual Abuse
    by Richard B. Gartner (Author), William Pollack (Foreword)
  • For Concerned Persons
    It’s Never OK – Information for Victims and Victim Advocates on Sexual Exploitation by Counselors and Therapists
    Book Resources for Secondary (Associate ) Victims
  • Breach of Trust, Luepker, Ellen (1995)
    Helping direct and associate victims to restore connections after practitioner sexual misconduct.
    pp 112-128, J. Gonsiorek (Ed.), Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage
  • Psychotherapists’ Sexual Involvement With Clients: Intervention & Prevention
    Luepker, Ellen & O’Brien, Michael. (1989)
    Support groups for spouses.
    pp. 241 – 244, G. Schoener et. al., Minneapolis, Minn.: Walk-In Counseling Center
  • Psychotherapists’ Sexual Involvement With Clients: Intervention & Prevention
    Milgrom, Jeanette (1989)
    Secondary victims of sexual exploitation by counselors and therapists: Some observations.
    pp. 235 – 240 G. Schoener et. al., Minneapolis, Minn.: Walk-In Counseling Center.
  • Psychotherapists’ Sexual Involvement With Clients: Intervention & Prevention
    Schoener, Gary & Milgrom, Jeanette (1989)
    Psychotherapy Cults.
    pp. 217 -223 G. Schoener et. al., Minneapolis, Minn.: Walk-In Counseling Center
  • Psychotherapists’ Sexual Involvement With Clients: Intervention & Prevention
    Schoener, Gary & Milgrom, Jeanette (1989)
    Organizational consultation relative to therapist-client sexual involvement.
    pp. 505 – 517 G. Schoener et. al., Minneapolis, Minn.: Walk-In Counseling Center
  • Incest in the Organizational Family                                                                    White, William (1986)
    Bloomington, Illinois: Lighthouse Training Institute.
    [phone = (309) 827-6026; order by mail to Lighthouse Training Inst., 702 West Chestnut, Bloomington, Illinois 61701]
  • Breach of Trust                                                                                                        White, William (1995)
    A systems perspective on sexual exploitation of clients by professional helpers.
    pp. 176 – 192, J. Gonsiorek (Ed.), Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage
  • Breach of Trust: Sexual Exploitation by Health Care Professionals and Clergy
    John C. Gonsiorek, Editor
    o Chapter 20, Sexual Contact in Fiduciary Relationships: Legal Perspectives
    Linda Mabus Jorgenson
    o Chapter 21, Employer/Supervisor Liability and Risk Management
    Linda Mabus Jorgenson
    o Chapter 22, Employer/Supervisor Liability and Risk Management : An Administrator’s View
    Gary Richard Schoener
    o Chapter 23, The Effects of Criminalization of Sexual Misconduct of Therapists: Report of a Survey in Wisconsin
    Andrew W. Kane
    o Chapter 24, Criminalization of Therapist Sexual Misconduct in Colorado: An Overview and Opinion
    Melissa Roberts-Henry
    o Chapter 25, How Churches Respond to the Victims and Offenders of Clergy Sexual Misconduct
    Margo E. Maris and Kevin M. Mcdonough
  • Betrayal of Trust: Sex & Power in Professional Relationships
    Joel William Friedman, Marcia Mobilia Boumil
    o Chapter 5, Filing a Complaint Against Your Therapist: The Mental Health Paradigm Revisited
    o Chapter 6, Bringing Your Therapist to Court: The Costs and Benefits of Private Lawsuits
    o Chapter 7, Legal Recourse for Sexual Exploitation by Other Professionals: The Emerging Law
  • Sex in the Therapy Hour: A Case of Professional Incest
    Carolyn M. Bates, Annette M. Brodsky
    o Chapter 4, The Labyrinth of Civil Litigation: Where are We Going, and When Will We Get There?
    o Chapter 5, The Ambivalence of Reporting One’s Therapist: Is This What I Want to Do?
    o Chapter 12, Plotting the Stress of Litigation: Carolyn’s Progress as Recorded by Psychological Test Data
  • Patients as Victims: Sexual Abuse in Psychotherapy & Counseling
    Derek Jehu
    o Chapter 10, Regulation in the U.S.A.
    Linda Mabus Jorgenson and Gary Richard Schoener
    Hypothetical case study – Common law causes of action – Civil statutes
    Criminal statutes – Administrative statutes and regulations – Ethics complaint
    Complaint to employer – Mediation and processing sessions
    The professional as a reporter or client advocate – The special case of post-termination
    o Chapter 11, Regulation in the U.K.
    Civil suits – Criminal prosecutions – Professional misconduct – N.H.S. complaint
    Reporting colleagues – False allegations
  • Psychotherapists’ Sexual Involvement with Clients: Intervention & Prevention
    Gary Schoener, Jeanette Milgrom, John Gonsiorek, Ellen Luepker, & Ray Conroe
    1989 Walk-In Counseling Center, Minneapolis, MN
    o Ch. 10 — The Assessment of Damages
    o Ch. 26 — Advocacy: Assisting Sexually exploited clients through the > complaint process
    o Ch. 27 — Filing Complaints against therapists who sexually exploit clients
    o Ch. 28 — Processing sessions
    o Ch. 42 — Legislative models for dealing with therapist/Patient sex
    o Ch. 43 — The New Laws
  • Sex in the Forbidden Zone
    Peter Rutter, M.D.
    o Chapter 6, A Guide for Women: Guarding the Sexual Boundary
    Defending the Boundary / Filing an Ethical or Legal Complaint
  • Sexual Abuse by Professionals: a Legal Guide
    (1995, with 1997 and 1999 supplements) Steven Bisbing, Linda Jorgenson, & Pamela Sutherland, Michie Co., Charlottesville, Va.
  • Sexual Exploitation in Professional Relationships
    Glen O. Gabbard, M.D.
    o Chapter 4, Therapist-Patient Sex Syndrome: A guide for Attorneys and Subsequent Therapists to Assessing Damage
    Kenneth S. Pope, Ph.D.
  • Special Report: Legal Consequences for the Sexual Exploitation of Patients by Mental Health Professionals
    Steven B. Bisbing, Psy.D., J.D.
    Joseph T. Smith, M.D., J.D.
    Medical Malpractice – Verdicts, Settlements & Experts; May, 1987; Vol. 3, No. 5
  • Therapist-Patient Sexual Exploitation and Insurance Liability
    Linda Jorgenson, Stiven B. Bisbing, and Pamela K. Sutherland
    Tort & Insurance Law Journal, Volume XXVII, Number 3, Spring 1992
  • Sexual Abuse by Professionals: A Legal Guide
    (1995, with 1997 and 1999 supplements) Steven Bisbing, Linda Jorgenson, & Pamela Sutherland, Michie Co., Charlottesville, Va.
  • Sexual Exploitation in Professional Relationships
    Glen O. Gabbard, M.D. Chapter 4, Therapist-Patient Sex Syndrome: A guide for Attorneys and Subsequent Therapists to Assessing Damage                                  Kenneth S. Pope, Ph.D.
  • Special Report: Legal Consequences for the Sexual Exploitation of Patients by Mental Health Professionals
    Steven B. Bisbing, Psy.D., J.D.
    Joseph T. Smith, M.D., J.D.
    Medical Malpractice – Verdicts, Settlements & Experts; May, 1987; Vol. 3, No. 5
  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM, DSM-IV, DSM-IV-TR) (2000) and DSM-5 (2013)
  • Breach of Trust – Sexual Exploitation by Health Care Professionals and Clergy (John Gonsiorek, Editor), “Transforming Power – Women Who Have Been Exploited by a Professional”, p. 82, Signe L. Nestingen
  • Betrayal of Trust: Sex and Power in Professional Relationships, Joel Friedman and Marcia Mobilia Boumil
  • Steven B. Bisbing, Linda M. Jorgenson, Pamela K. Sutherland, “Sexual Abuse by Professionals: A Legal Guide”, section 6-6(b) “Third Parties as Secondary Victims”, which references: Jeanette Milgrom, “Secondary Victim of Sexual Exploitation by Counselors and Therapists: Some Observations”
  • Ellen Thompson Luepker, “Breach of Trust – Sexual Exploitation by Health Care Professionals and Clergy” (John Gonsiorek, Editor), “Helping Direct and Associate Victims to Restore Connections After Practitioner Sexual Misconduct”, p. 112
  • Marilyn R. Peterson, At Personal Risk – Boundary Violations in Professional-Client Relationships”, p. 122-125
  • Sexual Intimacy Between Therapists & Patients, Kenneth S. Pope and Jacqueline C. Bouhoutsos
  • Physician Sexual Misconduct, Joseph D. Bloom (Editor), Malkah T. Notman (Editor), Carol C. Nadelson (Editor)

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