Clinical Case Examples
As is evident from the previous chapters, childhood neglect is an insidious form of childhood maltreatment that can go undetected by both the untrained and trained eye, and can have negative implications across cognitive, emotional, interpersonal, and occupational domains. As a result, this chapter serves to illustrate the conceptualization and approach to treatment of several adult survivors of childhood neglect and co-occurring abuse.
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