In recent years, more and more people have been coming to therapy with the problem of the after-effects of sexual abuse. In this book, Bill O?anlon, a co-developer of solution-oriented therapy, and Bob Bertolino, provide clinicians with forward-looking, respectful therapy that taps into and honors people? inherent learning abilities. Their treatment model is a major departure from most addressing sexual abuse victims: it is less traumatic, less painful, and less disruptive to people? lives.