This book reviewed the scientific literature on memory and trauma available at the time, and proposed strategies for therapists to practice ethically and competently with clients who are experiencing delayed recall of trauma. Introduces the concept of “emotional competence” for working with trauma survivor clients. Although the science of trauma and memory has evolved and grown since this book was published, much of the material related to best clinical practice remains solid.
Where to find
Pope,K.S. & Brown, L.S. (1996). Recovered memories of abuse: Assessment, therapy, forensics. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.