Safe- The Domestic Abuse Quaterley
This book clearly fills a gap in the literature, and will be of great help both as a starting point in raising awareness of a long-neglected issue, and as a source of ideas for those wishing to work with and support survivors of domestic abuse in childhood.
The book is a well-written, accessible overview of the topic presented in a mix of academic and first-person writing.
NCPCC Information Service
Explores the experiences of adult survivors of domestic violence in childhood. Draws on research, best practice guidance, personal testimonies and creative writing from survivors. Looks at how to work with children exposed to domestic abuse to address issues before they grow up, as well as providing guidance on working with adult survivors. Useful for anyone working with survivors of domestic violence in childhood, including counsellors, social workers, and therapists.
Helen Musto, Independent Social WorkerProfessional Social Work
It will undoubtedly appeal to anyone, working with adults, therapists, counsellors, social workers, students and policy-makers...Using a qualitative approach, including the work of a focus group, personal interviews and the writings of survivors, the authors highlight the lifetime impact on individuals whose childhoods were specifically affected by domestic violence.