Working with women survivors of sexual abuse, Re-membering, and Addressing personal failure

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This issue of the journal consists of three thorough practice-based papers. The first paper, by Sue Mann and Shona Russell, describes the use of various maps of narrative therapy in working with women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. The second paper, 'Re-membering - commonly asked questions', compiled by Maggie Carey and Shona Russell introduces and clarifies the use of re-membering practices in therapy. The third paper, by Michael White, is entitled 'Addressing personal failure' which thoughtfully describes therapeutic options relevant to addressing this sense of personal failure.
Working with women survivors of sexual abuse, Re-membering, and Addressing personal failure