Psychoanalytic theory, child sexual abuse and clinical social work | SpringerLink - Freud sexual abuse
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The Freudian Cover-up is a theory first popularized by social worker Florence Rush in the incestuous desire. Therefore, Freud claimed that children who reported sexual abuse by adults had either imagined or fantasized the experience. Freud's seduction theory (German: Verführungstheorie) was a hypothesis posited in the Freud proposed that adults who experienced sexual abuse as a child suffer from unconscious memories and feelings incompatible with the central mass.