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The basic essentials : protective behaviours anti-victimization and empowerment process / Peg Flandreau West ; editorial assistance by Michael Osier, Michael Biernbaum, George Headley ; illustrations by Dickey Lee Stafford
Bib ID 688635
Format BookBook
Author
West, Peg Flandreau
 
Description Burnside, S. Aust. : Essence Publications, 1989 
v, 103 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0958803331
Notes

Available from Essence Publications, PO Box 228, Burnside SA 5066.

Bibliography: p. 63-65.

Subjects Assertiveness training.  |  Child abuse -- Prevention.  |  Help-seeking behavior.

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