Treating Survivors of Childhood Abuse Psychotherapy for the Interrupted Life
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Description: This text provides an empirically supported framework for helping clients manage symptoms related to past physical or sexual abuse, build emotion regulation and interpersonal skills, and process traumatic memories and their associated feelings.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 6/7/2006
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.25" long x 0.75" tall
|The Trauma of Childhood Abuse: A Resource Loss Model|
|Attachment: When Protector and Perpetrator Are One|
|Development in the Context of Deprivation|
|Building Emotional and Social Resources: Overview of STAIR|
|Working with Traumatic Memories: Overview of NST|
|Extending the Narrative: Transforming Shame and Loss|
|Guidelines for Implementing Treatment|
|Assessment of Client and Match for Treatment|
|Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR): Building Resources|
|Session 1. The Resource of Hope: Introducing the Client to Treatment|
|Session 2. The Resource of Feelings: Emotional Awareness|
|Session 3. Emotion Regulation|
|Session 4. Emotionally Engaged Living|
|Session 5. The Resource of Connection: Understanding Relationship Patterns|
|Session 6. Changing Relationship Patterns|
|Session 7. Agency in Relationships|
|Session 8. Flexibility in Relationships|
|Narrative Story Telling (NST): Facing the Past and Imagining a Future|
|Moving from Skills Training to Narrative Processing of Trauma: How Do You Know Your Client Is Ready?|
|Session 9. Introduction to NST|
|Session 10. Narrative of First Memory|
|Sessions 11-15. Narratives of Fear|
|Sessions 11-15. Narratives of Shame|
|Sessions 11-15. Narratives of Loss|
|Session 16. The Last Session|
|Examples of Assessment Measures by Domain|