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SANCTUARY: A Content Analysis of Literature on Trauma-informed Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment for Female Survivors of Rape and Sexual Assault Under Involuntary Hold. Kristen Muché California State University, Long Beach School Of Social Work May 2013. Introduction. Problem:
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SANCTUARY:A Content Analysis of Literatureon Trauma-informed Psychiatric Inpatient Treatment for Female Survivors of Rape and Sexual Assault Under Involuntary Hold
California State University, Long Beach
School Of Social Work
Psychiatric programs with trauma-informed care and training in place significantly increased survivors’ levels of functioning, perceptions of being understood and not judged, and both rate and quality of recovery
Need for partnerships between community sexual assault centers and psychiatric inpatient hospitals and units
Areas of suicidality, sexual assault, and involuntary commitment shared common concerns and risk factors, whereas the studies on trauma-informed care not only presented findings complementary to these concerns and risk factors, but also confirmed the response to the recommendations and future research statements made by these study areas
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