Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 1999; 4(1):79-89
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J. Trowell, I. Kolvin, "Lessons from a psychotherapy outcome study with sexually abused girls", Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 4, No. 1, pp. 79-89 (Sage, 1999). The final, definitive version of this paper has been published in Clinical Child Psychology and Psyhciatry, http://online.sagepub.com.
In this article, we address diverse issues arising during the course of a psychotherapy outcome study for sexually abused girls. These issues relate to the organisation and management of a comparison study, implications for professionals involved, the training needs and supervision requirements of staff, case management and implications for clinical services.