Transforming Historical Trauma Through Dialogue

ISBN-10: 1412996155

ISBN-13: 9781412996150

Edition: 2014

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Description: Today there is evidence that most minority groups in the US suffer from symptoms related to intergenerational transmission of collective historical trauma. For those with additional mental health issues, treatment can become complicated unless underlying historical hostilities are addressed. This book is a practical text on understanding the causes and treatment of historical trauma on an individual, group and community level. Transformation of trauma is a complex process of which people become more aware of their traumatic past, become better connected to themselves, and to the world at large. It is a participatory, strength based approach which can help people heal the trauma that divides them. The book begins with a definition of historical trauma and transformation and the development of the dialogue necessary to aid in transformation, such as self care, self awareness and professional self development. The book then goes into various techniques using a psychodynamic dialogue, cognitive behavioral, experiential, creative, and ecological dialogues. Finally the book then applies the early content to the transformation of self, family, couple, and community.

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Book details

Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/17/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.276
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Sociohistorical Trauma, Transformation, and Dialogue: Dialogue Models for Transforming Sociohistorical Trauma
Introduction to Section I
What Is Sociohistorical Trauma: What Is Historical Trauma?
Multiple Theoretical Perspectives
A Theory of Theories
A Brief History of the Science of Trauma
Developmental Systems Perspective on Evolution and Historical Trauma
Human Evolution and Historical Trauma
Evolution of Memory
The Neurobiology of Historical Trauma
Historical Trauma and Cultural Evolution
Historical Trauma in World History
Studies in Political Science
Historical Trauma in Modern Literature and Film
Human Diversity and Cultural Contexts of Trauma
Intergenerational Transmission
Interdisciplinary Studies
Ecobiopsychosocialspiritual Elements of Sociohistorical Trauma
Assessment of Sociohistorical Trauma in Dialogue Facilitation
Ashes of Mother Earth
Two Halves Make a Whole
References
What Is Transformation?
Empowerment
Empowerment and Transformational Learning Theory
Transformation and Empowerment in Oppressed, Minoritized, or Non-Western Populations
Posttraumatic Growth
Resilience
Spirituality, Religion, and Transformational Growth
Transpersonal Psychology and Transformation
Relational Transformation
Relational Transformation With Self
Developmental Dimensions
Body Parts
Relational Transformation Between People
Transformation of Relationship With the Ecosystem
Vignette: Dialogue
References
Dialogue Practice
Introduction and Definitions
Rules for Dialogue Participants and Facilitators
Interdisciplinary Theory and Research
Historical Context of Dialogue
Dialogue and Education
Religion and Dialogue
Dialogue in Political Science
Dialogue in Social Work
Psychological Studies of Dialogue Process and Intergroup Prejudice
Philosophy and Dialogue
Peace and Conflict Studies and Dialogue
Organizations and Dialogue
International Examples of Dialogues
Intergroup Dialogues
Ecobiopsychosocialspiritual Development
Physical
Emotional
Cognitive
Social
Spirituality
What Is Dialogue?
How Has Dialogue Transformed Participants?
References
The Development of the Dialogue Facilitator
The Importance of Facilitator Development
The Facilitator's Ability to Shift From "Me" to "We"
Relationship and Dialogue
Conscious Use of Self in Relationship
Multidimensional Development
Physical Maturity
Emotional Maturity
Cognitive Maturity
Social Maturity
Spiritual Maturity
Assessing Dialogue Outcomes: An Artistic and Scientific Process
Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Facilitator Development
Countertransference in Social Work
Facilitator Training
Group Work
Psychology
Business
Participatory Facilitation
Author's Dialogue With the Reader
Effective Dialogue Facilitator
A Dialogue
References
Basic Dialogue Phases, Tasks, and Issues
Introduction and Orientation
Engagement and Assessment
Identifying Need
Inviting Participants
Setting Goats
Commitment
Ground Rules
Relationship and Community-Building Work
Creating Space
Opening Up
Managing Difficult Conversations
Action-Processing-Action
Bigger and Smaller
Checking In and Checking Out
Evaluation and Follow-up
Following Up With Social Action
Renegotiating
Referring
Re-searching
Additional Dialogue Issues
Participants Are Supervisors
Dialogue Training Groups
Co-facilitation
Structure
Dealing With Challenging Participants
Mistakes
Debriefing
Vignette: What Is Dialogue?
References
Dialogue Models
Introduction to Section II
Psychodynamic Dialogue: Telling Our Stories
A General Psychodynamic Approach to Dialogue
What Is the Psychodynamic Approach?
Scientific Evidence for Psychodynamic Approaches
Psychodynamic Dialogue
The Role of the Facilitator in Psychodynamic Dialogue
Internal Dialogue: An Ego State Model
Internal Dialogue: Working Through Transference and Projections
Collective Dialogue With Couples
Collective Dialogue With Families
Collective Dialogue With Institutions
Collective Dialogue With Cultures
The Psychodynamically Oriented Dialogue Facilitator's Self Work
References
Cognitive-Behavioral Dialogue: Exploring Attitudes and Behaviors
Two "Kinds" of Cognitive Conversation
Behaviors
What Is the Cognitive-Behavioral Approach?
Scientific Study of CBT
CBT Dialogue
Beginning Dialogue With an Intellectual "Warm-up"
Work With Values
Development of Nonjudgmental Awareness Through Detachment From Negative Thoughts
Awareness of Alternative Views
Development of Communication Skills
Behavioral Experiments
References
Experiential-Humanistic Dialogue: Talking From the Heart
What Does It Mean to Talk From the Heart?
How Are Cognitions, Emotions, and Feelings Different and Related?
What Comes First, Emotions or Thoughts?
Experiential-Humanistic Theory and Research
Psychodrama
The Neurology of Emotions
EH Techniques for Dialogue: Using "Real Plays" to Experience and Express Emotion
Simple Sharing of Sensations and Emotions
Listening With Presence: Genuineness, Empathy, and Warmth in Dialogue
One-Person Psychodrama Between Internal Voices ("Vertical")
Two-Person Psychodrama Between External Voices ("Horizontal")
Two-Person Psychodrama Involving Both Internal and External Voices ("Two-Dimensional")
Whole-Group Psychodrama Involving Both Internal and External Voices ("Three-Dimensional")
Theatrical Psychodrama and Dialogue
References
Transpersonal Dialogue: Talking From Spirit
Transpersonal Dialogue
Spirituality and Religiosity
What Are the Differences and Relationships Between Religion and Spirituality?
Evidence for the Transpersonalist Approach
Spirituality in Social Work
Spiritual Interventions From the World's Wisdom Traditions
Mindfulness
Transpersonal Exercises for Dialogue
Sharing Intentions
Sharing Imagination
Mindfulness
What Do You Know to Be True?
Living Funeral
Giving Blessings
References
Biological and Environmental Dialogue: Communicating With Our Bodies and Nature
Whole-Body Dialogue
Body-Mind Connection
Dance and Movement
Whole-Body Exercises for Dialogue
Movement Between Whole Group and Small Group
Expressing With the Whole Body
Listening With the Whole Body
Body Image Dialogue
Sexuality as Dialogue
Deep Ecology Dialogue
Deep Ecology
Conversations Between Local Wildlife, Ecosystems, and Humans
Dialogue With Pictures of Living Things
Dialogue of Sacred Landscapes
Sensing the Seasons
References
Dialogue Applications
Introduction to Section III
What Is the Inclusive Approach?
Bridging Divides Through Dialogue: Transforming Our Spaces of Misunderstanding
Gender Divides
Religious Divides
Political Divides
Divides About Sexual Orientation
Divides About Job Rankings
Following Up Dialogue With Action for Social Change
References
Dialogue in Social Justice Work
What Is Social Justice Work?
Social Justice Work and Sociohistorical Trauma
Research in Social Justice Work
Why Do Social Justice Work?
Beginnings
Warm-ups
Finding Commonalities and Reasons for Commitment
Practice Dialogues
Anticipating Challenging Reactions
Dialogues of Privilege
What Is Privilege?
Intergroup Dialogue
Intragroup Dialogue
Dialogues of Oppression
Sharing Stories of Sociohistorical Trauma
Transforming Challenging Reactions
Developing Multicultural Competence
What Is Multicultural Competence?
Understanding Motivations
Understanding Obstacles
Becoming Allies
Understanding What an Ally Is and Is Not
Allies in Social Justice Dialogue
Cooperative Social Action
Planning Cooperative Actions
Dialogue During Events
Debriefing
References
Dialogue in Peace and Conflict Work
What Is Peace?
Dialogue Is Peace Practice
Peace and Sociohistorical Trauma
Peace and Conflict Studies
Approaches to Peaceful Conflict Resolution
Psychodynamic Dialogue Approaches
Cognitive-Behavioral Dialogue Approaches
Experiential-Humanistic Dialogue Approaches
Transpersonal Dialogue Approaches
Bioecological Dialogue Approaches
Mediation
Reconciliation
Major PCS Curriculum Areas
A Dialogue Models Class in Support of PCS or Diversity Curriculum
Purpose and Context
References
Dialogue Across the Life Span
Children
Basics
Examples of Dialogue With Children
Adolescents
Basics
Examples of Adolescent Dialogue
Young Adults
Basics
Dating Issues
Middle Age
Basics
Bridging Transgenerational Divides
Midlife Parent-Younger Child Dialogue
Midlife Child-Aging Parent Dialogue
Partners Dialogue
Aging
Basics
Transgenerational Dialogue
Dialogue Training Groups
Dialogues of Life and Death
References
Community Therapy: Transforming Mental Health Challenges Through Dialogue
What Is Mental Health and Illness?
Community Therapy Is a Transformative Response to Sociohistorical Trauma
What Is Community Therapy?
The Community Therapist
Community Therapy Applications
Individual Applications
Depression
Anxiety
Personality Disorder: Borderline and Narcissistic
Bipolar Disorder
Psychosis
Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Family Applications
Ideological Divides
Helping Families Deal With Sexual Minorities
Multiple Family Dialogue
Child Custody Issues
Local Community Applications
Conflicts Between Pedestrians, Bicyclists, and Motorists
Dialogue as an Alternative to the Legal System
Treatments for Community Poverty
Dialogue and Public Health
Bridging Intergenerational Divides
Applications in Working With Institutions
Dialogue in School Curricula
Dialogue in Church Curricula
Large Organizations
Applications in Working With the Ecosystem
Dialogue on Environmental Issues
Dialogue With Other Living Things and Dialogue With Ecosystem Elements
Combined Dialogue
Applications in Working With the Global System
References
Index
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