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The Resource Reclaiming herstory : Ericksonian solution-focused therapy for sexual abuse, Cheryl Bell-Gadsby & Anne Siegenberg

Reclaiming herstory : Ericksonian solution-focused therapy for sexual abuse, Cheryl Bell-Gadsby & Anne Siegenberg

Label
Reclaiming herstory : Ericksonian solution-focused therapy for sexual abuse
Title
Reclaiming herstory
Title remainder
Ericksonian solution-focused therapy for sexual abuse
Statement of responsibility
Cheryl Bell-Gadsby & Anne Siegenberg
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Women who have survived sexual abuse are among the most traumatized individuals who seek therapy. Assisting such clients to reframe transcend their abusive pasts requires enormous sensitivity and therapeutic skill. Reclaiming Herstory: Ericksonian Solution-Focused Therapy for Sexual Abuse will greatly help therapists hone their craft with its solution-focused, Ericksonian approach and highly refined techniques for working with this population. The approach the authors present has evolved through work with hundreds of sexual abuse survivors. The authors have found their techniques to be remarka
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Bell-Gadsby, Cheryl
Dewey number
616.85/83690651
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Siegenberg, Anne
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Erickson, Milton H
  • Erickson, Milton H
  • Erickson, Milton H
  • Adult child sexual abuse victims
  • Psychotherapy
  • Hypnotism
Label
Reclaiming herstory : Ericksonian solution-focused therapy for sexual abuse, Cheryl Bell-Gadsby & Anne Siegenberg
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-249) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; RECLAIMING HERSTORY; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; LIST OF METAPHORS, EXERCISES, AND RITUALS; FOREWORD; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I. PROCESS AND PRACTICE; Chapter 1. Trauma and Memory; I. The Biological, Mental, and Emotional Effects of Trauma on Memory; II. The False Memory Backlash: Impact on the Survivor and Implications for Sexual Abuse Therapists; III. Memory and Therapeutic Approach; IV. Memory and the Evolution of the Survivor's Story; V. Issues That Often Trigger Memory
  • VI. Ethical Considerations for the Therapist Who Works with Survivors of Sexual AbuseVII. Medical Referrals; VIII. Sample Assessment Questions to Help Ascertain Treatment Focus; Chapter 2. Tools of the Trade: Theory and Techniques to Help Equip the Therapist; I. How Is the Ericksonian Perspective Different, and Why Is It So Effective in the Treatment of Sexual Abuse?; II. Co-Creating Solutions: Respecting and Honoring the Client's Belief and Personal Context; III. Metaphor; IV. Communication Systems; V. Therapeutic Trance: Why and How; VI. Group Therapy
  • PART II. THE HEALING STAGES OF SEXUAL ABUSEChapter 3. Stage One: Breaking the Silence and Unmasking the Secret; I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. Isolation; III. Denial/Ambivalence/Fear; IV. The Power of the Secret; V. Blaming Self/Magical Thinking; VI. Reclaiming My Voice and My Herstory; Metaphors, Exercises, and Rituals; Chapter 4. Stage Two: Becoming Visible; I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. The Healing Is in the Telling: Joining a Survivor's Group; III. Minimizing the Abuse Experience
  • IV. Realizing That It Is Okay to Feel: Some Common Coping SkillsV. Vocalizing the Experience; Metaphors, Exercises, and Rituals; Chapter 5. Stage Three: The Reclaiming and Reintegrating of Self; I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. Struggling to Gain Approval and to Feel Loved; III. Recognizing One's Own Power to Contain Feelings and Not Be Overwhelmed by Them; IV. Loving Self: Developing Compassion for the Child; V. Reclaiming the Positive Memories as Well as the More Painful Ones; VI. Celebrating the Child; Metaphors, Exercises and Rituals
  • Chapter 6. Stage Four: Empowerment and Evolution of the Sexual Self (Part A)I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. Understanding How the Abuse Continues to Affect the Survivor in the Present; III. Lifting the Cloak of Self-Blame and Dealing with Family and Trust Issues; IV. Creating Boundaries; V. Externalizing the Expression of Grief and Loss and the Empowerment of Self; Metaphors, Exercises, and Rituals; Chapter 7. Stage Four: Empowerment and Evolution of the Sexual Self (Part B); I. Acknowledging and Reintegrating the Sensual/Sexual Self: Retrieving Creativity
Control code
ocn852158344
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 259 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781299699984
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)852158344
Label
Reclaiming herstory : Ericksonian solution-focused therapy for sexual abuse, Cheryl Bell-Gadsby & Anne Siegenberg
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-249) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; RECLAIMING HERSTORY; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; LIST OF METAPHORS, EXERCISES, AND RITUALS; FOREWORD; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I. PROCESS AND PRACTICE; Chapter 1. Trauma and Memory; I. The Biological, Mental, and Emotional Effects of Trauma on Memory; II. The False Memory Backlash: Impact on the Survivor and Implications for Sexual Abuse Therapists; III. Memory and Therapeutic Approach; IV. Memory and the Evolution of the Survivor's Story; V. Issues That Often Trigger Memory
  • VI. Ethical Considerations for the Therapist Who Works with Survivors of Sexual AbuseVII. Medical Referrals; VIII. Sample Assessment Questions to Help Ascertain Treatment Focus; Chapter 2. Tools of the Trade: Theory and Techniques to Help Equip the Therapist; I. How Is the Ericksonian Perspective Different, and Why Is It So Effective in the Treatment of Sexual Abuse?; II. Co-Creating Solutions: Respecting and Honoring the Client's Belief and Personal Context; III. Metaphor; IV. Communication Systems; V. Therapeutic Trance: Why and How; VI. Group Therapy
  • PART II. THE HEALING STAGES OF SEXUAL ABUSEChapter 3. Stage One: Breaking the Silence and Unmasking the Secret; I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. Isolation; III. Denial/Ambivalence/Fear; IV. The Power of the Secret; V. Blaming Self/Magical Thinking; VI. Reclaiming My Voice and My Herstory; Metaphors, Exercises, and Rituals; Chapter 4. Stage Two: Becoming Visible; I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. The Healing Is in the Telling: Joining a Survivor's Group; III. Minimizing the Abuse Experience
  • IV. Realizing That It Is Okay to Feel: Some Common Coping SkillsV. Vocalizing the Experience; Metaphors, Exercises, and Rituals; Chapter 5. Stage Three: The Reclaiming and Reintegrating of Self; I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. Struggling to Gain Approval and to Feel Loved; III. Recognizing One's Own Power to Contain Feelings and Not Be Overwhelmed by Them; IV. Loving Self: Developing Compassion for the Child; V. Reclaiming the Positive Memories as Well as the More Painful Ones; VI. Celebrating the Child; Metaphors, Exercises and Rituals
  • Chapter 6. Stage Four: Empowerment and Evolution of the Sexual Self (Part A)I. Prevalent Psychological and Physiological Symptoms; II. Understanding How the Abuse Continues to Affect the Survivor in the Present; III. Lifting the Cloak of Self-Blame and Dealing with Family and Trust Issues; IV. Creating Boundaries; V. Externalizing the Expression of Grief and Loss and the Empowerment of Self; Metaphors, Exercises, and Rituals; Chapter 7. Stage Four: Empowerment and Evolution of the Sexual Self (Part B); I. Acknowledging and Reintegrating the Sensual/Sexual Self: Retrieving Creativity
Control code
ocn852158344
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxi, 259 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781299699984
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)852158344

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