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Updated 2 June 2002

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1. Tallmadge, A., & Forster, G. (1998). Tell it Like it Is. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

2. Tamez, E. (1993). The amnesty of grace: Justification by faith from a Latin American perspective. Nashville: Abingdon Press.

3. Tangri, S., Burt, M., & Johnson, L. (1982). Sexual Harassment at Work: Three Explanatory Models. Journal of Social Issues, 38, 33-54.

4. Tannen, D. (1990). You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Converstion. New York: Ballentine.

5. Tanner, V., & Elliott, L. (1988). Growing Through the Pain: The Incest Survivor's Companion. Parkside Publications.

6. Task Force on Sexual Abuse of Patients. (1991). Final Report. Toronto, Ontario: College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.

7. Tavris, C. (1993). Beware the Incest-Survivor machine. New York Times Review of Books, January.

8. Taylor, C., & Graham, K. R. (1994). Sex and Chernobyl: An Overview and Theoretical Basis for the Sex Offender Treatment Program at Westmorland Institution. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 1:3, 242.

9. Taylor, E. J., Amenta, M., & Highfield, M. (1995). Spiritual care practices of oncology nurses. Oncology Nursing Forum, 22, 31-39.

10. Taylor, J. (1994). The Lost Daughter: How one American family got caught up in today's witches' brew of sexual abuse, the Sybil syndrome, and the perverse ministrations of the therapy police. Esquire, March, 48-76.

11. Tays, T., Earle, R., Wells, K., Murray, M., & Garrett, B. (1999). Treating sex offenders using the sex addiction model. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 4, 281-288.

12. Tedesco, A., & Bola, J. R. (1997). A pilot study of the relationship between childhood sexual abuse and compulsive sexual behaviors. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.4 No.2, 147-157.

13. Tennov, D. (1975). Psychotherapy: The Hazardous Cure. New York: Abelard-Schuman.

14. Teresa, M. (1993). The best gift is love: Meditations by Mother Teresa. Ann Arbor: Servant Publications.

15. Terr, L. (1988). What Happens to the Memories of Early Childhood? Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 27, 96-104.

16. Terr, L. (1994). Unchained Memories: True Stories of Traumatic Memories, Lost and Found. New York: Basic Books.

17. Terr, L. C. (1991). Childhood traumas: An outline and overview. American Journal of Psychiatry, 148, 10-20.

18. Terr, L. (1990). Too Scared to Cry: Psychic Trauma in Childhood. New York: Harper & Row.

19. Terr, L. (1992). Too Sacred to Cry: Psychic Trauma in Childhood. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

20. Tertullian. (1968). The Church and the Second Sex. New York: Harper & Row.

21. Tharp, P. (1994). As computer porn mushrooms, welcome to cybersleaze. New York Post.

22. Thatcher, A., & Stuart, E. (1996). Christian Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. InterVarsity Press.

23. The 12 Step for Christians. (1988). The 12 Step for Christians. Recovery Publishers.

24. The Alban Institute. (19??). Healing the Congregation: A Resource.

25. Thearle, M. J., & Helen, G. (1988). Child Abuse in Nineteenth Century Queensland. Child Abuse and Neglect, 12, 91-101.

26. Thebaud, F. (1994). A History of Women in the West: V. Toward a Cultural Identity in the Twentieth Century. London: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

27. The Institute for Child and Adolescnet Sexual Health of The Interdisciplinary Planning Committee. (1993). A report to the 1993 Minnesota legislature, "especially for children and youth", The institute for child and adolescent sexual health of the interdisciplinary planning committee. Institute for Child and Adolescent Sexual Health, Suite 180 1300 South 2nd Street, Minneapolis, MN, 55454.

28. Theisen, J. (1989). The Spirit Moving the Church in the United States, Proceedings of the Theology Institute of Villanova University. Villanova,PA: Villanova University Press.

29. Theisen, S. (1996). Book Review: Gula, Ethics in Pastoral Ministry. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.3.

30. Theisen, S. (1996). Book Review: Shupe, Anson, In the Name of All That's Holy: A Theory of Clergy Malfeasance, Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.2.

31. Theisen, S. (1996). Book Review: Schwartz, Barbara k,and Cellini, Henry R, eds, The Sex Offender: Corrections, Treatment and Legal Practices, Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute Inc. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.2.

32. Theisen, S. (1996). Book Review: Gonsiorek, John C, ed, Breach of Trust: Sexual Exploitation by Health Care Professionals and Clergy,Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,1995. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.2.

33. Theisen, S. (1996). Book Review: Sipe, A W Richard, Sex, Priests, and Power: Anatomy of a Crisis, New York: Brunner/Mazel Publishers, 1995. The ISTI Sun, 2 no.1.

34. Theisen, S. (1997). Book Review: Crosby, Michael H, Celibacy: Means of Control or Mandate of the Heart. The ISTI Sun, 3 no.1.

35. The National Adolescent Perpetrator Network. (1988). National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. Preliminary Report From the National Task Force on Jovenile Sex Offending 1988. (N)

36. Thibault, F., Cordier, B., & Kuhn, J.-M. (1993). Effect of long-lasting gondotrophin hormone-releasing hormone agonist in six cases of severe male paraphilia. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia, 87, 445-450.

37. Thielicke, H. (1964). The Ethics of Sex. New York: Harper & Row.

38. Thistlethwaite, S. B. (1991). Sexual harassment: to protect, empower. Christianity and Crisis, Oct., 328-330.

39. Thistlewaite, S. (1989). Sex, Race, and God: Christian Feminism in Black and White. New York: Crossroad.

40. Thoburn, J., & Balswick, J. (1994). An evaluation of infidelity among male protestant clergy. Pastoral Psychology, Vol.42, 285-294.

41. Thomans, T. (1989). Men Surviving Incest: A Male Survivor Shares on the Process of Recovery. Walnut Creek, CA: Launch Press.

42. Thomas, A., Saint. (1993). Devoutly I adore thee: The prayers and hymns of St. Thomas Aquinas (vi ed.). Manchester,NH: Sophia Institute Press.

43. Thomas, G. (1986). Desire and Denial: Celibacy and the Church (1st ed.). Boston: Little,Brown.

44. Thomas, T. (1989). Men Surviving Incest: A Male Survivor Shares the Process of Recovery. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

45. Thomas, T. (1990). Surviving with Serenity: Daily Meditations for Incest Survivors. HCI.

46. Thombs, D. (1999). Introduction to addictive disorders. New York: The Guilford Press.

47. Thompson, S. E. (1994). Holidays, festivals, and celebrations of the world dictionary: detailing more than 1400 observances from all 50 states and more than 100 nations (lxii ed.). Detoit: Omnigraphics.

48. Thorkelson, W. (1994). Sexual trauma institute is approved. Sun Post, Jan. 5, 5A.

49. Thorne-Finch, R. (1992). Emding the Silence: The Origins and Treatment of Male Violence Against Women. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press.

50. Thorne-Finch, R. (1982). Ending the Silence: The Origins and Treatment of Male Violence against Women. Univ. of Toronto PRess.

51. Thornhill, R., & Thornhill, N. W. (1983). Human rape: An evilutionary analysis. Ethology and Sociobiology, 4, 137-173.

52. Thornton, J. W., & Balswick, J. (1994). An evaluation of infidelity among male protestant clergy. Pastoral Psychology, (4), 285-295.

53. Thornton, L., Sturtevant, J., & Sumrall, A. C. (1989). Touching Fire: Erotic Writings by Women. New York: Carroll and Graf.

54. Thurman, G. (1997). Trespass into Temptation: The reality of celibacy in the church. Oxford, England.

55. Thurston, B. B. (1993). Spiritual life in the early church: The witness of Acts and Ephesians (x ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

56. Tick, E. (1984). Male sexual abuse: The best kept secret. Voices.

57. Tiefer, L. (1992). Critique of the DSM-III-R nosology of sexual dysfunctions. Psychiatric Medicine, 10, 227-245.

58. Tierney, K. (1982). The Battered Women Movement and the Creation of the Wife Beating Problem. Social Problems, 29, 207-220.

59. Tilelli, J., & Turek, D. (1980). Sexual abuse of children. New England Journal of Medicine, 302:6, 319-323.

60. Tillich, P. (1954). Love, Power and Justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

61. Timmerman, J. H. (1992). Sexuality and Spiritual Growth. New York: Crossroad.

62. Timmins, L. (Ed.). (1995). Listening to the Thunder: Advocates Talk about the Battered Women's Movement. Vancouver: Women's Research Centre.

63. Timms, R., & Connors, P. (1992). Embodying Healing: Integrating Bodywork and Psychotherapy in Recovery from Childhood Sexual Abuse. Chicago,IL: Stern's book.

64. Tingle, D., Barnard, G., Robbins, L., Newman, G., & Hutchinson, D. (1986). Childhood and adolescent characteristics of pedophiles and rapists. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 9, 103-116.

65. Tinker, G. E. (1993). Missionary conquest: The gospel and Native American cultural genocide (ix ed.). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.

66. Tipton, S. M. (1982). Getting Saved From the Sixties. Berkeley: University of California Press.

67. Titus, E., & Smith, D. (1991). A Systematic Approach to Treatment of Abuse in Multiple Personality Disorder. Treating Abuse Today, 1.1, 18-20.

68. Todd, O. (1997). Alber Camus, A Life. New York: Knopf.

69. Tolan, J. (1993). Petrus Alfonsi and his medieval readers (xv ed.). Gainesville: University Press of Florida.

70. Tollison, C. D., & Adams, H. (1979). Sexual Disorders: Treatment, Theory and Research. New York: Gardner Press.

71. Toobert, S., Bartelme, K., & Jones, E. (1959). Some Factors Related to Pedophilia. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 4, 272-279.

72. Toulmin, S. (1987). The Place of Reason in Ethics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

73. Tower, C. (1988). Secret Scars: A Guide for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. NY: Viking.

74. Townsend, J. (1991). In Hiding from Love (pp. 62-63). Colorado Springs, CO: Navigator Press.

75. Trachtenberg, P. (1988). The Casanova Complex: Compulsive Lovers and Their Woman. New York: Poseidon Press.

76. Tracy, F., Donnelly, H., Morgenbesser, L., & MacDonald, D. (1983). The sexual aggressor: Current perspectives on treatment. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

77. Trask, Haunani-K. (1986). Eros and Power: The Promise of Feminist Theory. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

78. Travers, O. (1998). Treatment v. punishment: A case for treating sex offenders in the community. Irish Journal of Psychology, 19, 226-233.

79. Travers, O. (1999). Community Treatment of Sex-Offenders the Ultimate Challenge. Child Sexual Abuse: The Irish Experience So Far And The Way Forward.

80. Travers, O. (1999). Behind the silhouettes: exploring the myths of child sexual abuse. Belfast, N. Ireland: Blackstaff Press.

81. Travin, S. (1995). Compulsive sexual behaviors. In S. Levine (Ed.), Psychiatric clinics of North America: Clinical sexuality (Vol. 18). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders.

82. Travin, S. (1995). Compulsive sexual behaviors. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 18, 155-169.

83. Travin, S. (1985). Pedophilia: An Update on Theory and Practice. Psychiatric Quarterly, (2), 57.

84. Trent, J. (1990). Woman testifies trust led to sex with counselor. Gazette Telegraph, City/Region, B1, B4.

85. Trepper. (1986). Incest: A Multiple Systems Perspective. Haworth Press.

86. Trepper, T. S., & Barrett, M. J. (1989). Systemic Treatment Of Incest: A Therapeutic Handbook. New York,NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers.

87. Trible, P. (1978). God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press.

88. Trimble, M. R. (1981). Post-traumatic neuroses. New York: Wiley.

89. Trimiew, D. M. (1993). Voices of the silenced: The responsible self in a marginalized community (xix ed.). Cleveland: The Pilgrim Press.

90. Tripitaka. Sutrapitaka. Saddharmap-undarikasutra. English. (1993). The Lotus Sutra (xxix ed.). New York: Columbia University Press.

91. Troster, A., Paolo, A., Glatt, S., Hubble, J., & Koller, W. (1995). Interactive video conferencing in the provision of neuropsychological services to rural areas. Journal of Community Psychology, 23, 85-88.

92. Trothen, T. (19??). Prophetic Followers? The United Church of Canada, gender, sexuality, and violence against women. Adams and Fortune, 287-313.

93. True, S. (1993). Ex-pastor in Ohio trial denies sex was coerced. Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, October. (N)

94. Trull, J. E., & Carter, J. E. (1993). Ministerial Ethics: Being a Good Minister in a Not-So-Good World. Nashville: Broadman & Holman Publishers.

95. Tsai, M., & Wagner, N. (1978). Therapy groups for women sexually molested as children. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 7, 417-427.

96. Tsai, M. S. Feldman-S., & M Edgar. (1979). Childhood Molestation: Variables Related to Differential Impacts on Psychosexual Functioning in Adult Women. I. Abnormal Psychology, 88, 497.

97. Tucker, J. S. (1994). Assessing psychological maturity in seminary formation: A psychodynamic perspective. Seminary News,32, (3), 35-39.

98. Turnbull, A. (1948). The Bishop's Mantle. New York, NY: Macmillan.

99. Turner, B. W., Bingham, J. E., & Andrasik, F. (2000). Short-Term Community-Based Treatment for Sexual Offenders: Enhancing Effectiveness. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 7(3), 211-223.

100. Turner, L. S. (1996). Sex offender statutes: Society's need for protection versus an individual's constitutional rights. Law and Psychology Review, 20, 263-274.

101. Turner, M. (1990). Long-term outpatient group psychotherapy as a modality for treating sexual addiction. American Journal of Preventive Psychiatry & Neurology, 2, 23-26. (N)

102. Turner, M. (1995). Couples in addiction. In: Integrative Solutions, Treating Common Problems in Couples Therapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 124-147.

103. Turner, M. (1996). A self-care program for recovering people. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 2 no.3, 282-288.

104. Turner, M. (1998). How to build a sex addiction practice. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, 5 no.1, 5-14.

105. Turner, M. T., & Turner, T. N. (1994). Female Adolescent Sexual Abusers. Brandon: The Safer Society Press.

106. Turner, M. (1995). Relearning Touch: Healing Techniques for Couples, by C/J Media, Inc & Wendy Maltz. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 2,3, 223.

107. Turner, M. D. (1985). Woman and Power. The Way Supplement 53, Summer, 113-114.

108. Turner, R. E. (1964). The sexual offender. Canadian Psychiatric Association Journal, 9, 533-542.

109. Turner, R. P., Lukoff, D., Barnhouse, R. T., & Lu, F. G. (1995). Religious or spiritual problem: A culturally sensitive diagnostic category in the DSM-IV. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 183, 435-444.

110. Turner, S. M., & Hersen, M. (1983). Handbook of clinical behavior therapy. New York: Wiley.

111. Turner-Shults, N. (19??). Sexual addiction in the workplace. Sexual Addiction Compulsivity, Vol.4 no.2.

112. Twemblow, S. W., & Gabbard, G. O. (1989). Sexual exploitation in professional relationships. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.

113. Twemlow, S. W., & Gabbard, G. O. (1989). The lovesick therapist. In G.O. Gabbard. Sexual exploitation in professional relationships, 71-87.

114. Twerski, A. J. (1986). It happens to doctors, too. Center City, MN: Hazelden.

115. Tyler, T. (1995). Sex abuse report to MP's attacked. Toronto Star, A2.

116. Tyrell, T. (1980). Urgent Longing: Reflections on the Experience of Infatuation, Human Intimacy, and Contemplative Love. Whitinsville, MA: Affirmation Books.

117. Tyrrell, T. J. (1980). Urgent Longings: Reflections on the Experience of Infatuation, Human Intimacy and Contemplative Love. Whitinsville, Mass: Affirmation Books.