Men's Recovery Journals & Periodicals

Menstuff® provides a listing, Men Talking to Men, which includes stories that have appeared on the cover of over 90 current magazines and newsletters directed to men. Each listing includes a copy of the latest cover (under the Lenny icon) plus the editor's name and mailing address. Recovery Periodicals, Journals.

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Periodicals

Aces, National News, association for children for enforcement of support. Spr/02: Have Welfare Reform Laws Improved Child Support Enforcement? (12/free w/$20 mem), Has hundreds of local chapters across the US. 926 J St Ste 1216, Sacramento, CA 95814 800.738.2237 or www.childsupport-aces.org

CATTA: Child Abuse Training & Technical Assictance, working with communities to prevent child abuse. Spr/03: Making it Safer for Children and Their Pets - Recognizing Common Indicators of Risk. April is "Child Abuse Prevention Month". Introducing the Parent Outreach Project. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Children. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Win/02: Changing the Chief, Report from Family Strengths Conference, Study Examines PTSD in Young Children, Legislative Update, Training Calendar. Spr/02: Considerations in Establishing an Outcomes-Based Treatment Program. Councils are Building Momentum Toward CHild Abuse Prevention Month (April). New Bill Addressing Affects of Domestic Violence on Children. Fall/01: Youth Violence Prevention: A Public Health Approach Part 2. Sum/01: Youth Violence Prevention: A Public Health Approach. Victim Assistance and Reporting. Action Planning Meetings. Spr/01: Landmark Articles Address How Children Disclose Sexual Abuse. Councils Gear Up for Child Abuse Prevention Month. Legislative Update. Win/00: Principles of Trauma Focused Therapy for Abused Children. Legislative Update: New mandated reporting law. How to Reach the Media. Spr/00: Parental Substance Abuse and Its Relationship to Child Abuse. Legislative Update: Counting fatal child abuse and neglect in California. (4) California Institute on Human Services, Sonoma State University, 1801 E Cotati Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Children's Voice: Child Welfare League of America. 1/02: Youth Avocacy. Gay Adoption. Corporal Punishment in Schools. How Safe Are Our Children on the Internet? Juvenile Justice Reform in Kentucky. SCHIP - Reaching the Children. 11/01: Rural Child Welfare 101. When Should Teachers Report Abuse? Children's Advocacy Centers. Homelessness in the Developed World. 9/01: Children: A national priority. Giving Child Welfare the Resources to Succeed. Restoring the Social Services Block Grant. The Workforce Crisis in Child Welfare. The Younger Americans Act. Drugs, Alcohol and Child Abuse: Tragedies Intertwined. (6/$25) Child Welfare League of America, PO Box 2019, Annapolis Junction, MD 20797-0119 www.cwla.org or cwla@pmds.com or 800.407.6273

Couple & Relationship Therapy, Journal of. Formerly called Journal of Couple Therapy, this journal presents clinical, theoretical and research articles on a wide array of couple and adult relationship treatment issues. It focuses on couple therapy and various adult relationship therapies such as divorce, sex, and other issues that heterosexual and homosexual couples deal with in therapy. It promotes a better understanding of what contributes to healthy adult relationshps and how therapy facilitates the process. Experts address key treatment issues for all types of adult relationships. Haworth Press, www.haworthpress.com, Charter Issue 1/02, 800.429.6784

Domestic Violence Prevention National Bulletin. 7/02: Criminal Justice Domestic Violence Response Standards Part IV. Probation Officers have Mixed Response to Armed Abusers. D.C.'s Coordinated Handling of Domestic Violence Cases (Editor: support for female victims only). 6/02:  Criminal Justice Domestic Violence Response Standards Part III. The Law: Pre-release practices for abusers reformed to reflect their danger. The Courts: State high court stops abuser retaliatory suits. Colorado Supreme Court Says Foot Can Be Deadly Weapon. Witness Profiles: "I would think, 'Oh my God, this is happening in my house.'" Heard in Washington:  GAO criticizes VAWO's fund tracking. 5/02: Criminal Justic Domestic Response Standards Part II. Interview with Diane Stuart, new director of the U.S. Justice Department Violence Against Women Office. Battered Women to Stage Human Rights Tribunal at Boston State House. Telling It Like It Is, Key to Success of Teen Dating-Violence Project. Rhode Island Coalition Crafts Programs to Institutionalize Victim Voice in Batterer Treatment. Legislative Round Up: 2001 sessions. Quinlan Publishing Corp, 23 Drydock Ave, Boston, MA 02210 617.542.0048 or info@quinlan.com or www.quinlan.com.

Many Voices, Words of hope for people recovering from trauma & dissociation. 4/03: Healing the Wounded Masculine. The Truth is Out There. Thoughts, Ideas & Experiences on DisAbility. How DId I Get Here: A survivor's quest. Practicing Consistency. Work & Disablity Issues Life after Integration. Why Can't We Do This. More Benefits of Integration. Work Life: What do you do with the kids? 2/03: Men in Recovery: A little lexicon of multiplicity. PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Discorder. Voyage of Discovery. Denial - Feelings - PTSD. Permitting the Unpermissible: A paradoxial path to recovery. Sunshine and Little Man. 6/02: Get a Life PLUS Therapy! Should Miracles Purr? Sepember 23, 2001. How We Strive to Have a Life! Developing Trust Inside. Therapists' Page: Yoga and the healing journey Part 2. DID and Denial. Learning About Dissociation. Growing in Self-Love. A Man's Story. 4/02: Recovery from Emotional Abuse: Finding values to live by. Healing: A work in progress. Verbal Abuse Recovery. Therapists' Page. Comment on The Body and Me. Yoga and the Healing Journey Part 1. We Are I Now. Values in Recovery. Sharing Recovery. 2/02: Recovering from Physical Abuse: Mind/body healing and exercise. Physical Abuse Aftermath. Physical Healing & Mental Relief. Control. The Body and Me. Physical Abuse from the Viewpoint of a Ritual Abuse Survivor. The Abuse Continuum Revisited. Toning for Wholeness and Healing: A journey of trust. Betrayal. Thoughts on the Healing Process. Memories Confirmed. 10/01: Supporting Yourself Financially and Emotionally Winning the Battle of Living Well. Living Well Through Integration. A Miracle Drug. Journey from Spiritually Abused to Beginnings of Peace. Therapists' Page. Healing Choices. The Terrain of Home. Mind Distortions. Regarding Intimacy. 8/01: Recovery Endpoints:  Integration? Co-consciouness? Cooperation? Asset or Liability. Cooperation and Self-Empowerment. We Did the Best We Could. August 2001. Becky's Page. My Hatemail to God... The Fifth Season. The Fluid Dance. Mind/Body Questions. Integration: If it's part of the healing process, why does it feel like hell? 6/01: Spirituality: All views helpful beliefs, harmful beliefs, Spiritual Safety. A Little Box of Raisins. Therapists' Page. May Be the Force Be With You. Spirituality and Recovery. Finding the Seeds of Love. Response from God. Spirituality and Me. 4/01: Denial and Disbelief Memories and More. Internal Fears and Inner Work. Denial and Disbelief. The Therapist Who Wags. A Word About Co-Consciousness and D.I.D. Therapists Page. What a Blessing!  2/01: Relationships: Issues of Friendship and Love for Survivors of Abuse. Seven Secrets to a Happier Relationship. Comments on Love. Creative Intimacy. Non-Therapists' Page. The Littlest Healers. Speaking My Truth. 10/00: Disability and Insurance Issues Hospitalization...& More... Health Care in the USA. Insurance, Disability and More. Sitting in the Ashes. Soul Retrieval - A Tale of Integration. You Actually Let Your Wife Cut?  Staying Open Minded. Disability was Right for e. Wishing I Could Go to a Hospital. Disability Brought Me Homelessness. The Inner Chatroom. 8/00: Changing Behavior for the Better Proudest Accomplishments Integration. Life After an Encounter with a Bad Psychiatrist. Choosing to Stop Harmful Behavior. Therapist's Page. My Proudest Accomplishment. Don't Even Think About It! Words from a Partner. What Matters Most to Us. No Rules - Retraumatization. A Healing Journey Through Colors. Grief: A River to Travel. Dialogue with Crying. 6/00:  Medications and Alternative Treatments. News about Naltrexone. Alternative Therapies and Healing Childhood Trauma. Alternative Health Resource List for Trauma Survivors. The Role of Medication in Treatment of Dissociative Disorders. Look Before You Leap. Medical Treatments and How We're Treated. Videotaping Integration. The Devil's Bargain. Suicide: My Ex-Best Friend. Alternative Healing Methods. 4/00:  Creating a Safe, Comfortable Life...Alone and With Others. Believing Lies = Protecting Perpetrators. Integration. Comfort Alone and With Others. Therapist's Page. The Wind Beneath Her Wings. Another View of Healthy Sexuality. Creating a Safe, Comfortable Life. Topsy Turvy. A Toxic Relationship with a Therapist. 2/00: Gender and Dissociation. Sexuality and Intimacy. Self Acceptance. Do Spiders Dream?  Gender Issues and Dissociation. Therapists' Page. My Wife and the Guys. Integration Discussed. Bi-Gendered. Comment on Fibromyalgia. Fragments of the Whole. 12/99: Forgiveness: Releasing What We Don't Remember. The Gift of Forgiveness. How to Forgive What We Don't Remember. Is Forgiveness a Viable Option? Forgiveness. Healing. How I Learned to Heal Resentment and Anger. Having MPD and Being All Alone. Thoughts on Forgiveness (a Christian perspective.) 10/99:  Medical Concerns: Surgery, Scars, Eating Disorders, etc. Living with Scars. Medical Issues and Dissociation. Therapist's Page. Curing Chronic Fatigue/Fibromyalgia. The Second Greatest Gift. Nutrition and Fatigue. The Art of Dissociation. Therapy Session Quiz. 8/99:  Embracing Joy & Laughter! Plus: Next Year's Themes!  Humor Hodgepodge. Embracing Joy & Laughter in Our Lives. Fun with Boundaries. Therapist's Page: The importance of being playful. Self-Defense Training and Recovery. Ending the Never-ending Story. Inner RelationSHIP. Is Integration Worth It? (6/$36) PO Box 2639, Cincinnati, OH 45201 www.manyvoicespress.com

SIA Bulletin, Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Fal/01: What Does the World Service Office Provide? Spr/01: Abundantly Flourishing in the Middle Atlantic States. Win/00: Signs of Healing on the Road of Recovery. Sum/00: Survivors of Incest Anonymous: How it works. Want to Jump Start Your Group? Spr/00: Spotlight on Our Volunteers. What does World Service Office provide? Spotlight on Literature. Thoughts for the Day. PO Box 190, Benson, MD 21018-9998. 410.893.3322 or www.siawso.org

S.M.A.R.T., (Stop Masonic Ritual Abuse Today), Each issue contains a listing of articles and web sites, where available, around issues of ritual and sexual abuse. 5/03: 19 pages with over a hundred articles (usually with web site notations) plus resources and book reviews. Major section devoted to the issue of sexual abuse within the religious community. 5/02: Lists over 140 articles, court cases and legal articles, conferences and transcripts, mind control and experimentation, and journal and related articles. 3/02: Schizophrenia linked to childhood sexual abuse. Mental illnesses are caused by chemical imbalances in the brain? Wrong. 1/02: Notes & Resources. : 11/01: Notes & Resources. 9/01: Recovery Guide for Survivors. Be Clean and Sober. Get Off the Couch and Get Busy. Court Cases and Legal Articles. 7/01: A Nation Betrayed. 5/01: Qulities of a Therapist. 3/01: Secret Weapons. McMartin Preschool Story. 1/01: Survivor Story. 11/00: Conference Information, Government Programs. Kronisch vs US. 9/00: Survivor Article. Hospital Article. 7/00: Masonic Ritual Abuse: Another Survivor Account. Conference Information. 5/00: Conference Information. 3/00: Conference information. 1/00: Propaganda and Mind Control. Stockholm Syndrome. (6/$12), PO Box 1295, Easthampton, MA 01027-1295 smartnews@aol.com or http://members.aol.com/SMARTNEWS/index2.html

Staying Connected, (Free with $35 membership) 4-6/03: In the Spirit of Healing. Survivors Healing Center Programs. In English and Spanish. 4-6/02: Human Race May 11. 1-3/02: Eighth Annual Art of Healing. Family Day. New Coaching Group for Multiples. Holistic Healing Resources Sought. 10-12/01. 7-9/01. 4-5/01: Advocating for Change, Survivors Healing Center, 2301 Mission St, Suite C-1, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 (Spr/Sum 99)

The Survivor Activist. Vol 8, No 1-00: To Tell the Truth. (4), 52 Lyndon Rd, Cranston, RI 02905 www.angelfire.com/ri/totellthetruth (Vol 7 No 1, 99)

Survivors of Incest Bulletin, World Services Office, PO Box 21817, Baltimore, MD 21222 www.siawso.org (Vol 1 No 3, 99)

Journals

Child Maltreatment 1997: Reports from the states to the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System, US Dept of Health and Human Services. (Free) Introduction. Services to Prevent Child Maltreatment. Child Protective Services Investigations. Child Maltreatment Victims: Who are they? Service Responses. Child Fatalities. Perpetrators. (Free) National Clearinghouse on Child Abue and Neglect Information, 330 C Street, SWQ, Washington, DC 20447 800.FYI.3366 or www.calib.com/nccanch or www.acf.dhhs.gov/programs/cb

The Future of Children: Children and Divorce, Vol 4, No 1, 1994: Children and Divorce. Epidemiology of Divorce. History and Current Status of Divorce Treds in the Legal Process of Divorce. Financial Impact of Divorce on Children and Their Families. Child Support Orders: A perspective on reform. Child Support Orders; Problems with enforcement. The Determination of Child Custody. Life-Span Adjustment of Children to Their Parents' Divorce. High-Conflict Divorce. A Feminist Perspective on Divorce. The Role of the Father After Divorce. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: Sexual Abuse of Children. Vol 4, No 2, 1994: Sexual Abuse of Children. Current Information on the Scope and Nature of Child Sexual Abuse. Immediate and Long-Term Impacts of Child Sexual Abuse. Reporting and Investigating Child Sexual Abuse. Adjudication of Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Doing Justice and Doing Good: Conflicts for mental health professionals. The Role of Physicians in Reporting and Evaluating Child Sexual Abuse Cases. Responding to Child Sexual Abuse: The need for a balanced approach. Efficacy of Treatment for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse. Offenders: Characteristics and Treatment. Prevention of hidl Sexual Abuse. Child Sexual Abuse: Awareness and backlash. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Chilren: Critical Health Issues for Children and Youth. Vol 4, No 3, 1994: Violence and Today's Youth. The Changing American Family: Implications for chidren's health insurance coverage and the use of ambulatory care services. The Health of Latino Children in the United States. Pulic Policy Implicatoins of HIV/AIDS in Adolescents. Involuntary Smoking and Chioldren's Health. Beyond Benefts: The importance of a pediatric standard in private insurance contracts to ensuring health care access for children. Child Indicators: Race and Ethnicity - Changes for Children. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future f Children: Critical Issues for Children and Youths. Vol 5, No 2, 1995: Children's Health Hazards: How children are dfferent from adults. Case Studies of Environmental Risks to Children. Environmental Policy and Children's Health. Immigrant Children and Their Families: Issues for research and policy. Outcomes for Youths with Serious Emotinoal Disturbance in Secondary Schoola nd Early Adulthood. The Tennessee Study of Class Size in Early School Grades. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: Special Education for Students with Disabilities. Vol 6, No 1, 1996: Special Education for Studens with Disabilities. The Legislative and Litigation History of Special Education. Identification and Assessment of Students with Disabilities. Learning Disabilities. Effecetiveness of Special Education: Is placement the critical factor? Transition from High School to Work or Colelge: How special education students fare. Financing Special Education. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: The Juvenile Court. The Juvenile Court. Vol 6, No 3, 1996: The Early History of the Court. The Nature of the Court Today. The Juvenile Court and Deliquency Cases. The Court's Effectiveness in Protectijng the Rights of Juveniles in Deliquency Cases. Responding to Juvenile Crime: Lessons learned. Status Offenses. The Juvenile Court and Dependency Cases. Responsibility and Effectiveness of the Juvenile Court in Handling Dependency Cases. The Juvenile Court: A view from the bench. The Future of the Juvenile Court: Promising new directives. The Future of the Juvenile Court: A theoretical framework that fits. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: Children and Poverty. Vol. 7, No 2, 1997: Children and Poverty. Why so Many Children are Poor. The Dynamics of Childhood Poverty. The Effects of Poverty on Children. Child Poverty Can Be Reduced. Programs that Mitigate the Effects of Poverty on Children. Choosing Among Alternative Programs for Poor Children. Comprehensive Community Initiatives. Values Underpinning Poverty Programs for Children. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: Protecting Children from Abuse and Neglect. Vol 8, No 1, 1998: Protecting Children from Abuse and Neglect. Past, Present,, and Future Roles of Child Protective Services. The Extent and Consequences of Child Maltreatment. Family-centered Services. When Children Cannot Remain Home: Foster family care and kinship care. The Costs of Child Protection in the Context of Welfare Reform. Rethinking the Paradigm for Child Proteection. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: When Shool is Out. Vol 9, No 2, 1999: When School is Out. America's Schoolchildren: Past, present, and future. The Development of CHildren Ages 6 to 14. Successful Parenting in High-Risk Neighborhoods. Cultural Brokers: Helping Latino Children on Pathways Toward Success. Neighborhoods of Southern California Children and Families. After-School Child Care Programs. After-School Programs for Low-Income Children. Where Need Meets Opportunity: Youth development programs for early teens. The Role of the School in Chidren's Out-of-School time. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: Domestic Violence and Cihldren. Vol 9, No 3, 1999: Domestic Violence and Children. Prevalence and Effects of Child Exposure to Domestic Violence. The Impact of Violence on Children. The Impact of Federal and State Laws on Children Exposed to Domestic Violence. The Legal System's Response to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence. Child Protective Services and Domestic Violence. Community-Based Domestic Violence Services. Health Care System Responses to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence. Mental Health Services for Children Who Witness Domestic Violence. Emerging Strategies in the Prevention of Domestic Violence. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: Unintentional Injuries in Childhood. Vol 10, No 1, 2000: Unintentional Injuries in Childhood. The History of Injurt Control and the Epidemiology of Child and Adolescent Injuries. Individual Level Injurt Prevention Strategies in the Clinical Setting. Community-Based Injury Prevention Interventions. Legislative and Regulatory Strategies to Reduce Childhood Unintential Injuries. The Cost of Childhood Unintentional Injuries and the Value of Prevention. Evaluating Injury Prevention Programs: The Oklahoma City Smoke Alarm Project. Training Injury Control Practitioners: The Indian Health Service Model. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

The Future of Children: Children and computer technology. Vol 10, No 2, Fall/Win 2000: Children and Computer Technology: Analysis and recommendations. Children and Computers: New technology - old concerns. Who's Wired and Who's Not: Children's access to and use of commputer technology. Changing How and What Children Learn in School with Computer-Based Technologies. Use of Computer Technology to Help Students with Special Needs. The Impact of Home Computer Use of Children's Activities and Development. Children's Media Culture in the New Millennium: Mapping the Digital Landscape. Five Commentaries: Looking to the Future. What Children Think About Computers. The Future of Children, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, 300 Second St., Ste 200, Los Altos, CA 94022 or www.futureofchildren.org

Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma., Vol 3, No 1, 2000: Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: Current issues in research, intervention, prevention, and policy development. Vol 2, No 2, 1999:  Maltreatment in Early Childhood: Tools for research-based intervention. Vol 2 No 1, 1998: Mulltiple Victimization of Children: Conceptual Develpmental, Research and Treatment Issues. Vol 1 No 2, 1997: Violence Issues for Health Care Educators and Providers. Vol 1, No 1, 1997: Violence and Sexual Abuse at Home: Current issues in spousal battering and child maltreatment. (1/$85) The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press, 10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 13904 or 800.429.6784 or www.haworthpressinc.com

Journal of Child Sexual Abuse: Research, treatment & program innovations for victims, survivors and offenders. Vol 8, No 3, 1999: Attitudes Toward Victims of Child Sexual Abuse Among Adults from Four Ethnic/Cultural Groups. Daughter's Perception of Being Mthered by an Incest Survivor. Counselor's Beliefs About Ritual Abuse. Children's Language of Seuxality in Child Sexual Abuse Investigations. Sexual Abuse, Professional Boundaries, and the Rural World. Is Fantasy Dangerous to the Health of Children? (1/$45) The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press,10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 13904 or 800.429.6784 or www.haworthpressinc.com

Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect. Vol 11, No 4, 1999: The Financial Abuse of Mentally Incompetent Older Adults. Meeting the Needs of Abused Older Women? The Changing Career of Elder Abuse and Neglect. Mental Health and Criminal Justic Issues Among Perpetrators of Elder Abuse. The Mistreatment of Older Adults:  Perpetrator-Victim relationships and interventions. (1/$60) The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press,10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 13904 or 800.429.6784 or www.haworthpressinc.com

Journal of Emotional Abuse: Interventions, research & theories of psychological maltreatment, trauma & nonphysical aggression. Vol 1, No 2, 1998: The Impact of Domestic Violence and Emotional Aubse on Children. Children of Battered Women: Impact of emotional abuse on adjustment and development. Racism: Emotional abusiveness and psychological trauma for ethnic minorities. When Warrors are Worriers: Gender and children's coping with interparental violence. (1/$34) The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press,10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 13904 or 800.429.6784 or www.haworthpressinc.com

Journal of Religion & Abuse: Advocacy, pastoral care & prevention. Vol 1, No 4, 1999: Domestic Violence and the Church in Nicaragua: Hearing the silenced voices. Seeking Justice, Seeking Healing: An Asian Pacific Islander immigrant's perspective. Ending Domestic Violence in Muslin Families. All in a Day's Work: Action, engagement, and remembering. (1/$45) The Haworth Maltreatment & Trauma Press,10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 13904 or 800.429.6784 or www.haworthpressinc.com

Journal of Trama & Dissociation: The official journal of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation. Dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed scientific literature on psychological trauma, dissociation and traumatic memory in children and adults from the only international nonprofit proffessional society that promotes research and training in the field. The journal provides in-the-trenches clinicians with science that will guide them to more effective healing of traumatized persons. Vol 1, No1/00: Trauma & Dissociation: 20 years of study and lessons learned along the way. Utilizing Religious Resources in the Treatment of Dissociative Trauma Symptoms. Some Characteristics of Positive and Negative Event Memories in a College Sample. Dissociation and Schizophrenia. Israeli Mental Health Professionals' Attitudes Towads Dissociative Disorders. Haworth Medical Press, 10 Alice St, Binghamton, NY 13904. 800.429.6784 or getinfo@haworthpressinc.com or www.haworthpress.com

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